Following “Mennonite Estates in Imperial Russia”, volume 2 of “Mennonites in the Cities of Imperial Russia” takes an in depth look at nine villages. The typical city chapter includes a brief history of the city, maps of the city and surrounding area, and some pictures of the city itself. Then comes a complete listing of every Mennonite known to have lived or stayed in the city, including some other information such as date of birth, parents, children and major events in the life of the person. Mennonite institutions, events and businesses are listed.
The cities in volume one include:
– St Petersburg