Other sources of information about the Amish and related topics include:
Another area with a large concentration of Amish. This site has lots of information about the Pennsylvania sects of the Amish, Mennonites and the other "Plain People".
Located near Berlin, Ohio, the center exists to educate people about the Amish and Mennonites. The Center's breathtaking mural titled "Behalt" is a 10-by-265-foot cyclorama that illustrates the heritage of the Amish and Mennonite people from their Anabaptist beginning in Zurich, Switzerland in 1525 to the present day. The Center also features a book shop with a significant collection of works about the Anabaptists as well as a gift shop with items provided by the Mennonite Central Committee's "Self Help" program. The Center is located at 5798 County Road 77, just east of Berlin and can be reached by telephone at 330/893-3192.
Online version of the print publication; site features a plethora of articles, tips and projects...all about quilting! Plus links to quilting sites around the world and other craft publications, etc.
The Amish are our neighbors, but how much do we know about their beliefs and traditions? A panel of renowned scholars explores the complex cultures of Old Order Mennonite, Amish and Brethren folk in an hour-long video from the Penn State Public Broadcasting network.