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  1. 20 Most Asked Questions About the Amish & Mennonites (People's Place Book, No 1) by Merle Good, 1969-12-31
  2. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding the Amish by Susan Rensberger, 2003-06-03
  3. Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Casseroles (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  4. Amish Enterprise: From Plows to Profits (Center Books in Anabaptist Studies) by Professor Donald B. Kraybill, Professor Steven M. Nolt, 1995-10-01
  5. Blood of the Prodigal (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #1) by P. L. Gaus, 1999-06-01
  6. CookbookFrom Amish Kitchens: Soups (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  7. Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Meats (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  8. America's Amish Country II (Revisiting America's Amish Country)
  9. Old Order Amish: Their Enduring Way of Life (Center Books in Anabaptist Studies) by Mr. Lucian Niemeyer, Professor Donald B. Kraybill, 1996-06-19
  10. Delicious Amish Recipes (People's Place Booklet) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  11. CookbookFrom Amish Kitchens: Candies (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  12. Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Vegetables (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  13. Cookbook From Amish Kitchens: Salad (Cookbooks from Amish Kitchens) by Phillis Pellman Good, 1969-12-31
  14. Plain and Amish: An Alternative to Modern Pessimism by Bernd G. Langin, 1994-05

81. Amish Farming
of technology. For the new order amish, religion is based on a firmbelief in their church, community, and family. Any technology
Amish Farming
I n an Amish barn north of Knox County voices rise up from the wooden benches in song, "Please bind us together Lord". Here at the Amish youth sing, I am reminded of the importance of family ties. For the new order Amish, religon, family, life, and farming are all interconnected. Over the past twenty years more and more Amish families have been moving into Knox County. The Amishmens's beliefs as members of the Amish church help shape their interactions with others and their day-to-day life on the farm. I have found the Amishmen are often the first to admit the inconvenience of their buggies on the roads. Like most farmers who have received complaints about large farm equipment on the road, the Amish speak of a need for the community and the farmers to come to a greater understanding of each others' views. Although they do not participate in community life, the Amish feel a strong need to create and maintain good relationships with individuals in the county. One example of this is the increasing number of Amish farmers who are working with local extension agents to improve their farming techniques Outsiders are often confused as to why the new order Amish church allows only certain types of technology . For the new order Amish, religion is based on a firm belief in their church, community, and family. Any technology which threatens the strength of these institutions is often banned from use. The Amish farmer I visited used tractors, dishwashers and automatic milkers did not have a car. The reasoning behind this seemingly contradictory stance is that a car would allow members of the family easy access off the farm. Thinking of my family's hectic life of school, sports and work - everyone going different places all at the same time, I understand the Amishmen's reasoning.

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    86. Amish In Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity
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    90. Amish 101 - Do's And Don'ts When Visiting Amish Country
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    91. Amish Deception1 Learn The Truth About The Swartzentruber Amish Community In Ohi
    Unfortunately, that was strictly against the Swartzentruber Amishreligion. They believed that if a woman had difficulty giving
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    In 1955, in Holmes County, Ohio, Levi and Amanda Yoder, along with their five children, were enjoying their beautiful little 40-acre farm they had bought the year before. At this time, things could not have been better, financially or emotionally. That fall, in September, Amanda, my mother, gave birth to a beautiful little baby girl. The pregnancy had gone so well that she decided to give birth at home with an Amish midwife. At this point in time, my parents were very happy and content, however, soon it would all change. In January of 1956, my mother became pregnant for the sixth time. This pregnancy appeared normal at first, but, she soon discovered that this pregnancy was different than the previous five. She noticed more weight gain than usual and more movement in her womb. Mother, a very petite woman, was somewhat concerned about this pregnancy. On October 12,1956, she went into labor with no idea of what lay ahead. Levi, her husband and my father, was very worried. Immediately, he hitched up the horse to the buggy and went to ask the Amish midwife to come over to deliver their sixth child. The midwife arrived that evening somewhere around eight o'clock. My mother tried time and again to deliver her sixth child that night. Shortly after lunchtime on the 13th of October, she began to give birth. The head of her baby boy appeared, but his shoulders were stuck in her womb. Amanda and her baby were barely hanging onto life. Frantically, my dad ran to an English neighbors house, knowing they had a telephone. For once, glad of such modern conveniences, as soon as he arrived at the door, he yelled, "Call the emergency squad I am about to lose my wife and unborn child." Within twenty minutes the emergency squad had arrived and were transporting mother to Orriville Hospital.

    92. Branch Hill Joinery: Amish Furniture, Cabinetry & Quilts
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    93. Amish Scenes
    Branch Hill Joinery. About the amish. The amish craftsmen of Branch Hill Joinerylive in rural Southern Michigan. For more information about the amish, take a
    Branch Hill Joinery About the Amish Home Beds Dressers Entertainment ... Amish graveyard The Amish craftsmen of Branch Hill Joinery live in rural Southern Michigan. Their families typically include 8-10 children (sometimes more). Their small farms support their gardens and pastureland for the animals. In order for many to stay on their farms, making furniture is the family venture. Their day begins a 5:30 a.m. when they all get up to milk the cows by hand and do their morning chores. After a hearty breakfast of potatoes, eggs, and "coffee soup", the family joins in prayer and then goes to work in the shop. There, they work exclusively with hand tools. Their shops are not equipped with any electricity or external power source. Great care is given to each and every detail. Their children watch closely, learn and help with the sanding and polishing. When they are not in school or helping in the shop, they may be found pumping water, fetching wood, or playing. Families work hard together. They also have time for fun. Children especially enjoy riding small carts driven by the household goat. They also like to play ball and other games. Sunday is a day of prayer and rest.

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    95. Child Labor In The US
    We are not aware of any congressional finding or understanding that the Amishreligion also requires or strongly encourages its minors to work in sawmills.
    CLC's Letter to Congress June 22, 2001 U.S. House of Representatives
    Washington, DC Dear Representative: It is with great concern that we write to you about efforts to weaken national safeguards to prevent occupational injuries among working youth. As you are aware, our child labor laws allow minors many opportunities for safe and appropriate employment. In tandem, our laws also prohibit minors under age 18 from employment in industries or with machinery that are hazardous, with high rates of occupational injuries. This year, we expect a bill to be reintroduced to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act to permit Amish youth as young as 14 years old to be employed inside and outside places of business where machinery is used to process wood products (106 th Congress: H.R. 221). This would allow minors to work in sawmills and woodworking establishments, both of which are prohibited for minors under age 18 in Hazardous Occupation Orders 4 and 5. Although the proposed amendment requires that minors not operate the machinery, it allows minors to work in proximity to equipment in operation, raising concerns about minors being injured by projectiles such as nails, boards, and other materials. Such concerns prompted the Congress in 1938 to prohibit minors from working in sawmills and in woodworking establishments.

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