Mennonite Migration to Cottonwood County

Posted May 29, 2019 at 3:21 pm

Believing that war and violence are inconsistent with Jesus’ teachings to love one’s enemies, a group of people from Molotschna Colony, Russia—Mennonites of Dutch descent—searched for a permanent home in the early 1870s. They found such a place, where they could follow their faith without persecution, in Minnesota’s Cottonwood County.

FInd the full article in this week’s Sentinel Tribune.