Baptist and Lutheran Mazurians transplanted their premigration piety in their churches, but their children eventually lost their ethnic identity because the congregations never became ethnic institutions. The peasant migrants maintained their premigration identity, but with no fraternal organizations or ethnic advocates, the second generation never understood the term Mazurian.Delinquent accounts became a concern in July 1901, and the council issued its mandate for the people in Popple Creek. aquot;It was decided ... By the end of 1902, the only major issue was the repair of the fence around the cemetery. In an effort toanbsp;...
|Title||:||PSALMS AND POTATOES: THE CONGREGATIONS OF THE POLISH-SPEAKING PROTESTANT MAZURIANS IN EAST PRUSSIA, SUWALKI, POLAND, AND THE UNITED STATES. (VOLUMES I AND II).|