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  • Category:Caribbean, Central and South America - Anabaptistwiki
    Guatemala 1 pages P Paraguay 7 pages Pages in category Caribbean Central and South America The following 26 pages are in this category out of 26 total A Argentina B Belize Bolivia Brazil C Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba D Dominican Republic E Ecuador El Salvador G Grenada Guatemala H Haiti Honduras J Jamaica M Mexico N Nicaragua P Panama Paraguay Peru Puerto Rico T The Bahamas Trinidad and Tobago

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  • Pages that link to "Mexico" - Anabaptistwiki
    Main Talk User User talk Anabaptistwiki Anabaptistwiki talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to Mexico View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Global Anabaptist Wiki links Caribbean Central and South America links Guatemala links Global Anabaptist Wiki es links Caribbean Central and South America es links

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  • Mexico - Anabaptistwiki
    mestizo Amerindian Spanish 60 Amerindian or predominantly Amerindian 30 white 9 other 1 1 Groups Associated with MWC 13 2006 2 Membership in MWC Affiliated Churches 25 958 2006 2 Mexico Create new articles that tell stories about the Anabaptists of Mexico and insert links to those stories here Click here to learn more about stories Contents 1 Anabaptist Related Groups in Mexico 2 Electronic Resources 3 Annotated Bibliography 4 Archives and Libraries 5 External Links 6 Citations Anabaptist Related Groups in Mexico In 2006 there were 13 Anabaptist related groups officially associated with Mennonite World Conference as well as several independent or unaffiliated groups Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde Asociación Religiosa Igelsia Evangélica Hermanos en Cristo de México Conferencia de Iglesias Evangélicas Anabautistas Menonitas de México Conferencia Evangélica Misionera de México Conferencia Menonita de Mexico Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference Iglesia Cristiana de Paz en México Iglesia de Dios en Cristo Menonita Iglesia Evangélica Menonita del Noroeste de México Iglesia Evangelica Menonita en Mexico Kleine Gemeinde Reinländer Gemeinde Sommerfelder Mennonitengemeinde Conferencia Cristiana Menonita Anabautista de Tamaulipas Conferencia Misionera Evangélica Electronic Resources 2006 Mennonite World Conference Directory for Caribbean Central and South America Annotated Bibliography Archives and Libraries External Links Mexico on Global Anabaptist

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  • Revision history of "Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde, Mexico" - Anabaptistwiki
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    the deletion log To include a file in a page use a link in one of the following forms File File jpg to use the full version of the file File File png 200px thumb left alt text to use a 200 pixel wide rendition in a box in the left margin with alt text as description Media File ogg for directly linking to the file without displaying the file

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  • Editing Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde, Mexico (section) - Anabaptistwiki
    or create an account your edits will be attributed to your username along with other benefits Anti spam check Do NOT fill this in Stories StoriesBlock PageName Insert Page Name Here Summary Please note that all contributions to Anabaptistwiki may be edited altered or removed by other contributors If you do not want your writing to be edited mercilessly then do not submit it here You are also promising us

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  • Editing Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde, Mexico (section) - Anabaptistwiki
    benefits Anti spam check Do NOT fill this in Origins p The Old Colony Mennonites in Mexico Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde can trace their roots the more conservative branch of the Russian Mennonites in Choritza Colony In the early 1870s the czarist government revoked the right of the Russian Mennonites to be exempt from military service While a delegation was sent to Moscow to restore this privilege and was successful in doing so more conservative bishops saw this as a sign that it was time to move A delegation was sent abroad to secure new land where they could settle educate their own children and be exempt from military service Land and a Privilegium was found in Manitoba and Saskatchewan Canada The Privilegium stated among other things that the Russian Mennonites would not to subject to military conscription and that the colonists could run their own schools This migration to Canada took place in around 1874 The colonists established three major colonies Manitoba and Swift Current Colonies in Manitoba Province and Hague Osler Colony in Saskatchewan P Summary Please note that all contributions to Anabaptistwiki may be edited altered or removed by other contributors If you do not want your writing to

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  • Editing Altkolonier Mennonitengemeinde, Mexico (section) - Anabaptistwiki
    that only colony schools were permissible and promptly excommunicated members who sent their kids to public school Many families were bankrupted after their excommunication over this issue INSERT QUOTE p p In 1908 after the complaints of at least 12 excommunicated members and the broader community a Commission of Inquiry was assembled to investigate Old Colony practices The commission threatened to revoke ministers ability to solemnize marriages if they continued to excommunicate members over public schooling Old Colony leadership ignored this demand referring to Deuteronomy 6 7 Romans 16 17 19 2 Thessalonians 3 6 14 as a biblical basis for their practices The government ultimately did not enforce this threat though schools continued to expand into Old Colony territory One education minister remarked that schools are not in place to make Mennonites but intelligent and patriotic citizens p p The spring of 1917 brought the passage of the School Attendance Act which became the major reason behind the later migration to Mexico It stated that all children between the ages of 7 and 14 must attend a public English speaking school if the child lived within a school district Initially many Old Colonists avoided this issue simply because they lived outside of major towns If they did not children were often sent to live with relatives who were not within a district p p The Old Colony leadership sent a delegation to Ottawa to ask that the Privilegium they had been granted be respected Canadian officials responded that the provincial governments were not violating the agreement as it was an agreement between the Mennonites and the federal government When the wealthier Manitoba colonists took the law to court it was declared that the Privilegium was in violation on the constitution and would not be upheld In the summer of 1918 the Saskatchewan government send contractors to build schools within the colonies regardless of Old Colony protestation p p Next the government began fining families in violation of the law In 1920 in one colony alone fines amounted to 22 500 dollars Mennonites were also subject to taxes in support of the schools In some cases government officials seized and auction property p p The Old Colonists came to two conclusions first that the Canadian provincial governments were committed to enforcing public schools and second that their Privilegium would not protect them It was time to search for a new homeland In the summer of 1919 a delegation from all three major colonies Hague Osler Manitoba and Swift Current was sent to Latin America in search of land and a new Privilegium This initial search was unsuccessful The Hague Osler group worked with John D F Wiebe a Mennonite Brethren business man in contact with the Mexican president to secure land there in 1920 In January of 1921 all three colonies went to Mexico City to meet with the president While he was hesitant to grant them a new Privilegium he was ultimately convinced The Old Colonists had a new

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