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by Lisa Marie Stahl

  • ISBN: 1560372648
  • Category: Biographies
  • Author: Lisa Marie Stahl
  • Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Farcountry Press; First edition (September 30, 2003)
  • Pages: 160 pages
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites.

Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites.

My Hutterite Life book. Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites, a communal religious group with colonies in the upper Midwest, Northwest, and Canada.

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All articles by Lisa Marie Stahl originally appeared in the Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, Montana 1999-2002

All articles by Lisa Marie Stahl originally appeared in the Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, Montana 1999-2002. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.

Some Hutterites converted to Catholicism and retained a separate ethnic identity in Slovakia as the Habans until the 19th century (by the end of World War II, the Haban group had . Stahl, Lisa Marie (2003) My Hutterite Life,.

Some Hutterites converted to Catholicism and retained a separate ethnic identity in Slovakia as the Habans until the 19th century (by the end of World War II, the Haban group had become essentially extinct). At this time the number of Hutterites had fallen to around 100. In Ukraine, the Hutterites enjoyed relative prosperity, although their distinctive form of communal life was influenced by neighboring Russian Mennonites. National Geographic Magazine (June 2006).

Hutterite Life by Peter Tschetter. Reflections Reading Peter Tschetter's book Hutterite Life is a personal reminiscent collection of stories of a generation living during transition times to a more convenient way of living on the prairie of South Dakota. Author Peter Tschetter. Title Hutterite Life. Показать все 2 объявления с новыми товарами. One can get a gimpse of the living conditions of that generation whether one was in communal living or in community living.

Hutterites are a communal branch of Anabaptists who, like the Amish and Mennonites, trace their roots to the .

Hutterites are a communal branch of Anabaptists who, like the Amish and Mennonites, trace their roots to the Radical Reformation of the 16th century. Since the death of their founder Jakob Hutter in 1536, the beliefs of the Hutterites, especially.

Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites, a. .By Lisa Marie Stahl My Hutterite Life (First).

Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites, a communal religious group with colonies in the upper Midwest, Northwest, and Canada My Hutterite Life By Lisa Marie Stahl(September 30, 2003) Paperback. Author: Lisa Marie Stahl.

Lisa Marie Stahl, a young Hutterite woman who grew up at the Gildford Colony near Havre, Montana, provides a rare public glimpse into the lives of the Hutterites, a communal religious group with colonies in the upper Midwest, Northwest, and Canada.

Originally appearing in the Great Falls Tribune, Lisas "On the Colony" columns cordially and tenderly shared details about the Hutterites style of dress, colony organization, beliefs, holidays and celebrations, and day-to-day life.

Her first-person-style articles have been collected, organized, and bound for the first time in this special book. Beautiful black and white photographs by Michael Crummett complement the text.


Reviews about My Hutterite Life (7):
Mustard Forgotten
Written from the viewpoint of a person who lives in the colony, so it comes off as bias in that respect. It's a quick and easy read if you are looking to learn about how the Hutterite lifestyle functions from a woman who lives in the colony.
Jonariara
Loved my purchase.
Sudert
Interesting insight to this group of people
Djang
great
Cells
Having grown up and still reside in Montana, Hutterites are as commonplace to me as ranchers and hunters. So, I was surprised to learn that many people find them peculiar.

I first learned of Lisa's column when I read an article in the Helena Independent Record that she was retiring it. I felt I'd missed out on something that sounded very enjoyable. So, when I learned of this book, I had to read it.

I really enjoyed the book and the photos. The only thing I didn't particularly care for was the layout. I'd have preferred the columns to be reprinted in order. Lisa is a very good writer. Hopefully, she might write more someday. But, I can certainly understand why she wanted to devote her time to her marriage.
Asyasya
This book offers insight into the lives of the Hutterites in Montana and southern Saskatchewan and Alberta. Hutterites are often overlooked-and shunned in some communities-because they are "different". They are just like every other culture-some good, some bad. I enjoyed Lisa's articles in the local paper and was sad to find out she was no longer writing them. I would recommend this book to everyone who is considering moving to any area of Montana where a Hutterite colony lives close to and educate themselves before relocating to those areas. The book is educational as well as entertaining.
Hasirri
My Hutterite Life by Lisa Marie Stahl is a delightful book. Lisa began writing columns for Montana newspapers as a young Hutterite teenager. She quit writing for publication(temporarily, I hope) when she married a man of her faith and moved to Canada at the age of 20. This book is a compilation of some of her columns which explain the lifestyle of Hutterites, an Anabaptist religious group who live on communal farms known as colonies throughout the prairies of the US and Canada through the eyes of a teenage girl.
Many of us see them often, in their distinctive costumes in the local stores or medical offices and wonder about what their life is like. It seems to be very much hidden and Lisa's book begins to open the door of understanding.
She has a natural gift for writing and I hope she will at some time in the future be able to share her gift with the public again.
If you are interested in religion or agriculture or cultural anthropology you will enjoy this book.
Lisa M. Stahl wrote a newspaper column, for several years, where she shared her life as a young girl living in a Hutterite community. The columns were later gathered together and compiled into this fascinating book. We get to share in the day to day happenings within the community and I found myself wishing I could spend some time with the wholesome people of this warm community.The book ends with the days of her engagement and subsequent marriage to a young man from another Hutterite community. We get to enoy all of the many preparations and the sweet wedding ceremony that takes place after she moves to her new husband-to-be's community. I was sorry to see the book end and wished that I could know what is happening today in the life of this amazing young woman.

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