Journal of Mennonite Studies
The article focuses on the migration of Mennonites from Bolivia to La Crete, Alberta. It examines the social and economic impact of migration and outlines the measures taken by La Crete citizens as demands for housing, employment, and the provision of education and health services increased. It believes that the migration of the Mennonites, which started in the 1930s, affected the social and economic evolution of the said region and brought new economic opportunities including logging and sawmill work, trucking, and construction.
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Bowen, Dawn S. “To Bolivia and Back: Migration and Its Impact on La Crete, Alberta.” Journal of Mennonite Studies 22 (2004): 59–82.