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This guide describes resources and services that are relevant for learning and research in Mennonite Studies at the University of Waterloo.

Kitchener Farmer's Market, 1948

Kitchener Farmer's Market, 1948.
Credit: David L. Hunsberger, Mennonite Archives of Ontario


Welcome to the Milton Good Library and Mennonite Archives of Ontario

About Us

The Milton Good Library and Mennonite Archives of Ontario are together the primary research facility for Mennonite Studies in eastern Canada. The Library strives for a comprehensive collection of books and periodicals published by and about Mennonites and related groups. The Archives holds unique records of Mennonite people and organizations of local, national and interational signficance.

We're located on the third floor of the academic wing of Conrad Grebel University College. Come say hello!

Reference Services

Fulltime library staff are available Monday to Thursday, 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM and Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM to assist with libary research needs.

The Archivist is available for research consultations "by chance or appointment" between the hours of Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

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New Books about Mennonites at the Milton Good Library

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A Vietnam Presence: Mennonites in Vietnam during the American war - Luke S. Martin
Call Number: DS559.63 .M37 2016
Publication Date: 2016
Luke S. Martin lived with his family in Vietnam from 1962 to 1975. He served as a pastor and as a caseworker and interpreter for Vietnamese clients in the Allentown and Souderton, Pennsylvania areas for several decades. (from the cover)

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Word Atlas of Pennsylvania German - Lester W. J. Seifert; Mark L. Lauden (Introduction by)
Call Number: PF5936 .S464 2001
ISBN: 0924119020
Publication Date: 2001-06-01
"The most extensive reference work on variation in Pennsylvania German (also known as Pennsylvania Dutch), compiled by one of the founders of modern Pennsylvania German linguistics." (from the cover)

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An illustration from the Froschauer Bible, 1531

Image from the Froschauer Bible, 1531. Credit: Mennonite Archives of Ontario


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