Item 1 - The Alexanderwohl church

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CA CMBS NP011-03-1

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The Alexanderwohl church

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  • 199? (Creation)

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15 x 10 [col.]

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(1933-2013)

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Teacher, historian, map maker (cartographer), author. Grew up in the Rosenheim district, west of Rosenfeld, Manitoba and moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Worked with Helmut T. Huebert to produce the "Mennonite Historical Atlas." Schroeder authored "The Bergthal Colony."

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This photo shows the remnant of the historic Mennonite church in Alexanderwohl, Molotschna. Only the lower half of the original structure is shown here, rebuilt with different roof. Old agricultural parts lean against the building. Compare with the photo of the church in 1890 (NP011-03-009).

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See description of the church building and how it changed over its hundred years of existence in Rudy Friesen, Building on the Past (2004), pp. 247-249.

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Price: 5.00
Megapixels: 2.2
Resolution: 1792x1230

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