German-speaking protestants who settled in Pennsylvania
colorful designs placed on people's barns
when the Amish community come together to build a new barn.
verb-to keep away from; avoid
left the Mennonites to form his own religious group in Switzerland, called the Amish. They moved to the Pennsylvania colony in the 1720s.
city in southeastern Pa settled by Amish and Mennonites
made it so that violence is not allowed; created the Mennonites (followers; similar to the amish)
Name three beliefs of the Amish
- the outside world is wicked and evil
Why are the Amish called plain people?
because of the simple clothes, no buttons, simple school houses, simple toilets
How did the Pennsylvania Dutch get their name?
The settlers could not pronounce "deutsche" so they thought they were Dutch. The name was wrong but it has remained
What language did the Pennsylvania Dutch people speak?
German, the old word for German is Deutsche