The thrilling narrative of Rosanna McGonegal Yoder, the Irish Catholic baby girl, who lived with an Amish woman, Elizabeth Yoder. All the episodes of Rosanna of the Amish are based on fact. Joseph W. Yoder gives an honest, sympathetic, straightforward account of the religious, social, and economic customs and traditions of the Amish.have plenty of turkeys and chickens and ham and beef, and we can easily bake enough bread and pies and cakes. We have ... For the next ten days, considerable effort was put forth to get ready for the wedding. ... Early on the wedding day, these same persons came again to roast the turkeys and chickens and fry the ham.
|Title||:||Rosanna of the Amish|
|Author||:||Joseph Warren Yoder, Joy D. Keenan|
|Publisher||:||Herald Pr - 1995-10-01|