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Hostetler, JA 1992, ‘An Amish beginning‘, American Scholar, 61, 4, p. 552, Literary Reference Center, EBSCOhost, viewed 13 February 2018.

Miller, E 1999, ‘Keeping Up with the Amish‘, Christianity Today, vol. 43, no. 11, p. 44.

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Amish studies
http://groups.etown.edu/amishstudies/
The Amish Studies website provides detailed information on the religion, social organisation, and cultural practices of the Amish people, a group that accept basic Christian beliefs but also have some special interpretations and emphases that have emerged throughout their history. Minority sub-culture.

Life 0f an Amish child
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The Amish BBC
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