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Geauga Amish Historical Library’s New Home 


The Geauga Amish Historical Library’s new home is at the west end of the new Heritage Market (formerly Middlefield Market) next to JMJ Fireplace. There you will discover an impressive collection of Bibles, Martyr’s Mirrors, hymnals and prayer books. There is also clothing, furniture, and other items that belonged to ancestors of some of the local Amish. The Library appreciates donations of books, documents, and other objects related to Amish, Mennonite, and Anabaptist history.

Everyone is welcome to this popular spot where Amish meet and shop. To visit, call Sam Weaver, 440-548-3712 or John Gingerich, 440-682-0606 to arrange a time. Amish who want to do historical or genealogical research are most welcome, as are schools and individual church districts. The Geauga Amish Historical Library is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation and donations are always appreciated.


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