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17th century Luther translation of the Bible. The Archives preserve more than 10,000 books, periodicals, documents, and photos pertaining to the local heritage, which is primarily German and Scandinavian in origin. The major cultural groups are Hutterite, Low German, and Swiss Mennonites, and, to a lesser degree, Heilbronn, Schwäbisch, and Kassler.

Two 17th century Luther translations of the Bible, and a 1780 German edition of the Martyr's Mirror are priceless documents.
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Horse drawn two-row planter.

Agriculture Exhibit
In addition to horse drawn equipment, several old tractors are on display, including a Fordson. North American Mennonites donated about 50 Fordson tractors to Russian Mennonites, enabling them to put additional land under cultivation. Learn More...

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