A Day in Mennonite Crimea
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A house in Annenfeld, built by Mennonites, had an example of a stove built into the walls often used in South Russia.
Delbert Wiens informed the babushkas of the house that we were visiting that their stovetop bread was burning. They shared it with us.
Annenfeld was the home at one time of 3-G-grandparents Wiens. We also think that we determined where
once lived, a few miles to the north.
Garden yield and Mennonite door in Spat. The homeowner was gracious, and the children were curious.
In Tchongraw, the buildings of a Bible School stood up the street from the former home of A.H. Unruh.