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Abraham A. Huebert Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP116-01
  • Collection
  • 1930-1940s?

These photos of Abraham A. Huebert relate to his preaching ministry in North America among Russian, Ukrainian, Doukhobor, and German communities.

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Agatha Isaak Photograph Collection

  • CA CMBS NP002-01
  • Collection

Agatha Isaak: Winnipeg, - Elmwood M.B. Church. Relatives in Russia, Particularly Helen Regehr (Mother of Agatha Isaak) who studied nursing in Riga prior to the Russian Revolution of 1917, and graduated in 1902

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Agnes Pauls trip to Ukraine regarding the Jacob Reimer tombstone

  • CA CMBS NP185-01
  • Collection
  • 2008

The photos in this collection are of descendants of Jacob D. Reimer, an early Mennonite Brethren leader and their journey to the Ukraine to visit the areas where Jacob Reimer, and his family once lived. Jacob D. Reimer is the 3rd great-grandfather to Agnes Pauls and her brother Ed Pauls. The location of the village and the Jacob Reimer Tombstone was re discovered in 2006. In 2008 the stone was moved to the Molochansk Mennonite Centre in the former Mennonite village of Halbstadt in the Molotschna colony. In 2009, the stone was shipped to Canada and erected at the Mennonite Village Museum in Steinbach, Manitoba. Wiesenfeld was founded in 1880 and abandoned in 1925. It is 50 km east of Dnepropetrovsk and 15 km west of Pavlograd. ( N48, 30.930; E35, 36.691) For more information see:
Katherine Martens "They came From Wiesenfeld Ukraine to Canada; Family Stories," (Winnipeg: Katherine Martens, 2005).
Katherine Martens "They Sleep in Silence; Far away Their Stone Reminds us of Them Here," (Winnipeg; Katherine Martens, 2013). http://www.mennonitehistorian.ca/38.2.MHJun12.pdf http://www.mennonitehistorian.ca/36.3.MHSep10.pdf

Pauls, Agnes (authorized)

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