Collection PNCG/II-1935 - Indian Cove Mennonite Church (Hammett, Idaho) Records

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Indian Cove Mennonite Church (Hammett, Idaho) Records


  • 1945-2010 (Creation)

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0.20 Linear Feet; 1 archives box

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Indian Cove Mennonite Church (formerly Mennonite Church), is located in a small irrigated farming community in Owyhee County, southern Idaho, near Hammett. Formerly a member of the Pacific Coast Conference, it was organized in 1935, the first Mennonite settlers, Aaron S. Brubaker and family, having come from Mahoning County, Ohio, in 1926. Two ministers, A. M. Shenk of Nampa, Idaho, and Paul J. Hooley of Limon, Colorado, were among the 19 charter members. In 1954 the membership was 72, with Paul W. Miller and Amos Shenk as ministers, and Menno S. Snyder as deacon.

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Records for Indian Cove Mennonite Church including a History and Memories book, newsletter, sewing circle mintues and records and miscellaneous notes.

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These records are open for public research.

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  • English

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  • English



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