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Writing the Amish: The Worlds of John A. Hostetler (Pennsylvania German History and Culture) Library Binding – May 11, 2005

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“This text covers the subject well and is recommended for school and public libraries.”

—Al Holliday, Pennsylvania Magazine

About the Author

David L. Weaver-Zercher is Associate Professor of American Religious History at Messiah College. He is the author of The Amish in the American Imagination (2001).

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David L. Weaver-Zercher is professor of American religious history at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania. He has written extensively about the Amish and their place in the American cultural imagination. A highly sought-after speaker on Anabaptist and Amish life, Weaver-Zercher's observations have appeared in a wide range of media including USA Today, Huffington Post, the Washington Post, BBC, ABC News, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. He is currently writing a book about Martyrs Mirror, a seventeenth-century martyrology that continues to be used by Amish and Mennonite communities.

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