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Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 860'']]
 
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 860'']]
  
In 1528 the nonresistant group, called "Stäbler" (staff-bearers), moved away from Nikolsburg, then the center of the opposing group, the "[[Schwertler|Schwertler]]" (sword-bearers, the Hubmaier followers), who, however, soon died out. Compelled by the emergency situation, the need of taking care of the many indigent brethren, they pooled all their possessions and money in the manner of the first church in Jerusalem. But this act was at first not understood as a definite step toward complete community of goods comprising both consumption and production. This development came but slowly step by step. The first leader was [[Wideman, Jakob (d. 1535/6)|Jacob Wiedemann]], the "one-eyed one"; later leaders were [[Schützinger, Simon (16th century)|Siegmund Schützinger]], [[Zaunring, Georg (d. 1531/38)|Jörg Zaunring]], and [[Ascherham, Gabriel (d. 1545)|Gabriel Ascherham]] (for details see [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]], [[Nikolsburg (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Nikolsburg]], also [[Auspitz (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Auspitz]] and [[Austerlitz (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Austerlitz]]). The groups around 1529-1533 lived by no means in brotherly harmony; local quarrels over leadership and form of community-life marred these first years in Moravia. [[Hutter, Jakob (d. 1536)|Jakob Hutter]], an Anabaptist from [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]] who had visited the Moravian brotherhoods in 1529, and who worried much about these conditions, first sent his emissary, Jörg Zaunring, but eventually decided to leave Tyrol and to try for himself to settle these disputes and rivalries, and to establish more evangelical foundations. Details of this intricate story cannot be told here, but it soon became obvious that Hutter was by far the strongest leader of all. In 1533 the evangelical (nonresistant) Anabaptists of [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] broke up into three groups: <em>(a) </em>Those who accepted Jacob Hutter's leadership and (according to his organization) complete community of goods, called themselves from now on <em>Hutterische </em><em>Brüder. </em>Hutter, himself a very strong prophetic and charismatic leader, had given to this group such definite foundations that it could survive and, in spite of many ups and downs, preserve its basic principles through more than four centuries, <em>(b) </em>The Philippites, named after [[Weber, Philipp|Philipp Plener]] or Blauärmel, a Württemberger, This group left Moravia already in 1535 during the first bitter days of persecution. They returned through Austria to South Germany. On their way many were imprisoned in Passau (see [[Ausbund|Ausbund]]), while others decided to stay in Upper Austria where still in the 1530s [[Riedemann, Peter (1506-1556)|Peter Riedemann]] visited them and managed eventually a merger with the Hutterian Brethren. This group stressed the suffering church in particular and with it <em>[[Gelassenheit|Gelassenheit]] </em>(see also [[Haffner, Hans (16th century)|Hans Haffner]]). <em>(c) </em>The [[Gabrielites|Gabrielites]], named after [[Ascherham, Gabriel (d. 1545)|Gabriel Ascherham]]. They, too, soon moved out of Moravia back to Silesia, Ascherham's home country. But soon they became disappointed with their leader, who tended more and more toward a vague spiritualism. Between 1542 and 1545 most of these Gabrielites returned and likewise merged with the Hutterites. (The doctrinal basis for this is contained in a document inserted in the <em>Geschicht-Buch, </em>Wolkan, 197-200, "Der Gabrieler Vereinigung mit uns.")
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In 1528 the nonresistant group, called "Stäbler" (staff-bearers), moved away from Nikolsburg, then the center of the opposing group, the "[[Schwertler|Schwertler]]" (sword-bearers, the Hubmaier followers), who, however, soon died out. Compelled by the emergency situation, the need of taking care of the many indigent brethren, they pooled all their possessions and money in the manner of the first church in Jerusalem. But this act was at first not understood as a definite step toward complete community of goods comprising both consumption and production. This development came but slowly step by step. The first leader was [[Wideman, Jakob (d. 1535/6)|Jacob Wiedemann]], the "one-eyed one"; later leaders were [[Schützinger, Simon (16th century)|Siegmund Schützinger]], [[Zaunring, Georg (d. 1531/38)|Jörg Zaunring]], and [[Ascherham, Gabriel (d. 1545)|Gabriel Ascherham]] (for details see [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]], [[Nikolsburg (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Nikolsburg]], also [[Auspitz (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Auspitz]] and [[Austerlitz (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)|Austerlitz]]). The groups around 1529-1533 lived by no means in brotherly harmony; local quarrels over leadership and form of community-life marred these first years in Moravia. [[Hutter, Jakob (d. 1536)|Jakob Hutter]], an Anabaptist from [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]] who had visited the Moravian brotherhoods in 1529, and who worried much about these conditions, first sent his emissary, Jörg Zaunring, but eventually decided to leave Tyrol and to try for himself to settle these disputes and rivalries, and to establish more evangelical foundations. Details of this intricate story cannot be told here, but it soon became obvious that Hutter was by far the strongest leader of all. In 1533 the evangelical (nonresistant) Anabaptists of [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] broke up into three groups: <em>(a) </em>Those who accepted Jacob Hutter's leadership and (according to his organization) complete community of goods, called themselves from now on <em>Hutterische Brüder. </em>Hutter, himself a very strong prophetic and charismatic leader, had given to this group such definite foundations that it could survive and, in spite of many ups and downs, preserve its basic principles through more than four centuries, <em>(b) </em>The Philippites, named after [[Weber, Philipp|Philipp Plener]] or Blauärmel, a Württemberger, This group left Moravia already in 1535 during the first bitter days of persecution. They returned through Austria to South Germany. On their way many were imprisoned in Passau (see [[Ausbund|Ausbund]]), while others decided to stay in Upper Austria where still in the 1530s [[Riedemann, Peter (1506-1556)|Peter Riedemann]] visited them and managed eventually a merger with the Hutterian Brethren. This group stressed the suffering church in particular and with it <em>[[Gelassenheit|Gelassenheit]] </em>(see also [[Haffner, Hans (16th century)|Hans Haffner]]). <em>(c) </em>The [[Gabrielites|Gabrielites]], named after [[Ascherham, Gabriel (d. 1545)|Gabriel Ascherham]]. They, too, soon moved out of Moravia back to Silesia, Ascherham's home country. But soon they became disappointed with their leader, who tended more and more toward a vague spiritualism. Between 1542 and 1545 most of these Gabrielites returned and likewise merged with the Hutterites. (The doctrinal basis for this is contained in a document inserted in the <em>Geschicht-Buch, </em>Wolkan, 197-200, "Der Gabrieler Vereinigung mit uns.")
  
Other groups of evangelical Anabaptists in Moravia who did not accept community of goods were given the general name "[[Swiss Brethren|Swiss Brethren]]," even though they did not come from Switzerland. Also a small group of followers of [[Marpeck, Pilgram (d. 1556)|Pilgram Marpeck ]] were found in Southern Moravia under the leadership of Leopold Scharnschlager<em>. </em>Yet these groups later disappeared, while the Hutterian Brethren managed to maintain themselves through all early hardships and local persecutions.
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Other groups of evangelical Anabaptists in Moravia who did not accept community of goods were given the general name "[[Swiss Brethren|Swiss Brethren]]," even though they did not come from Switzerland. Also a small group of followers of [[Marpeck, Pilgram (d. 1556)|Pilgram Marpeck ]] were found in Southern Moravia under the leadership of Leopold Scharnschlager. Yet these groups later disappeared, while the Hutterian Brethren managed to maintain themselves through all early hardships and local persecutions.
  
 
[[File:AMC_X-31-1_17_30.jpg|300px|thumb|left|''Hutterite family as illustrated in Erhard's 1588 Historia.<br />
 
[[File:AMC_X-31-1_17_30.jpg|300px|thumb|left|''Hutterite family as illustrated in Erhard's 1588 Historia.<br />
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This may have been due to a large extent to a remarkable number of outstanding leaders: Ulrich Stadler of [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]], [[Amon, Hans (d. 1542)|Hans Amon]] of Bavaria, Peter Riedemann of Silesia, [[Walpot, Peter (1521-1578)|Peter Walpot]] of Tyrol, [[Braidl, Klaus (1528?-1611)|Klaus Braidl]] of Hesse, not to mention the long array of other brethren, most of whom died as martyrs or suffered long years of imprisonment. Although "expelled" from Moravia more than once upon [[Mandates|mandates]] by [[Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor (1503-1564)|Ferdinand]] (the later emperor), they yet somehow succeeded in finding the sympathy of the manorial lords, who quickly recognized their value as craftsmen and tillers of the soil. Many of these lords were either Protestants or at least in sympathy with the Reformation, and proud of their quasi-independence from the government in Vienna. And thus Moravia remained the one stable place in this century of intolerance and suffering. In 1546 the Brethren also moved east across the border into adjacent Slovakia (then a part of Hungary) where the influence of the Hapsburgs was still weaker, and where a good many of the lords belonged to the Reformed faith.
 
This may have been due to a large extent to a remarkable number of outstanding leaders: Ulrich Stadler of [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]], [[Amon, Hans (d. 1542)|Hans Amon]] of Bavaria, Peter Riedemann of Silesia, [[Walpot, Peter (1521-1578)|Peter Walpot]] of Tyrol, [[Braidl, Klaus (1528?-1611)|Klaus Braidl]] of Hesse, not to mention the long array of other brethren, most of whom died as martyrs or suffered long years of imprisonment. Although "expelled" from Moravia more than once upon [[Mandates|mandates]] by [[Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor (1503-1564)|Ferdinand]] (the later emperor), they yet somehow succeeded in finding the sympathy of the manorial lords, who quickly recognized their value as craftsmen and tillers of the soil. Many of these lords were either Protestants or at least in sympathy with the Reformation, and proud of their quasi-independence from the government in Vienna. And thus Moravia remained the one stable place in this century of intolerance and suffering. In 1546 the Brethren also moved east across the border into adjacent Slovakia (then a part of Hungary) where the influence of the Hapsburgs was still weaker, and where a good many of the lords belonged to the Reformed faith.
  
[[Hutter, Jakob (d. 1536)|Jakob Hutter]] was a leader for only two years (1533-1535); he returned to [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]] where eventually he too fell into the hands of his persecutors. In February 1536 he was martyred. Hans Amon thereupon became the <em>Vorsteher </em>or head bishop of the brotherhood, 1536-1542, being a strong and inspiring leader. In this time organized missionary activities of the brethren set in, perhaps the first such in all of Europe. Missioners <em>(Sendboten) </em>were sent out to many places (knowing quite well the fate ahead of them; 80 per cent of them died a martyr's death), and those in the throes of death were comforted by epistles and visiting brethren (e.g., the case of the 140 [[Falkenstein (Niederösterreich, Austria)|Falkenstein]] Brethren who were sent to Trieste to become galley slaves, 1539-1540). One of the strongest missioners of this time was Peter Riedemann, who went more than once to Upper Austria and to Hesse. While in jail in Hesse (1540-1542), he drew up that outstanding document which from now on became the very symbolic book of the brotherhood, the <em>Account of Our Religion </em><em>(Rechenschaft)</em><em> </em>1540 (printed 1565, and again in the 19th and 20th century). In 1542-1556 he shared the leadership of the brotherhood with [[Lanzenstiel, Leonhard (d. 1565)|Leonhard Lanzenstiel]] or Seiler.
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[[Hutter, Jakob (d. 1536)|Jakob Hutter]] was a leader for only two years (1533-1535); he returned to [[Tyrol (Austria)|Tyrol]] where eventually he too fell into the hands of his persecutors. In February 1536 he was martyred. Hans Amon thereupon became the <em>Vorsteher </em>or head bishop of the brotherhood, 1536-1542, being a strong and inspiring leader. In this time organized missionary activities of the brethren set in, perhaps the first such in all of Europe. Missioners <em>(Sendboten) </em>were sent out to many places (knowing quite well the fate ahead of them; 80 per cent of them died a martyr's death), and those in the throes of death were comforted by epistles and visiting brethren (e.g., the case of the 140 [[Falkenstein (Niederösterreich, Austria)|Falkenstein]] Brethren who were sent to Trieste to become galley slaves, 1539-1540). One of the strongest missioners of this time was Peter Riedemann, who went more than once to Upper Austria and to Hesse. While in jail in Hesse (1540-1542), he drew up that outstanding document which from now on became the very symbolic book of the brotherhood, the <em>Account of Our Religion (Rechenschaft)</em> 1540 (printed 1565, and again in the 19th and 20th century). In 1542-1556 he shared the leadership of the brotherhood with [[Lanzenstiel, Leonhard (d. 1565)|Leonhard Lanzenstiel]] or Seiler.
  
 
[[File:ME2_861a.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Map 3: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Slovakia<br />
 
[[File:ME2_861a.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Map 3: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Slovakia<br />
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</div>  <strong>Note for the Maps: </strong><em>Rev. David Decker, Tschetter Colony, South Dakota, Rev. Paul Gross, Pincher Creek Colony, Alberta, Rev. Peter Hofer, James Valley Colony, Manitoba, Rev. Joseph Waldner, Springfield Colony, Manitoba, and Rev. John Würz, Wilson Colony, Alberta, assisted in preparing a list of Hutterite colonies and determining their location. The maps were prepared under the direction of Dr. Joseph W. Eaton, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan, with the assistance of Evelyn Plaut; they were drawn by R. A. Morwood of the Dept. of Geography at Wayne University.</em>
 
</div>  <strong>Note for the Maps: </strong><em>Rev. David Decker, Tschetter Colony, South Dakota, Rev. Paul Gross, Pincher Creek Colony, Alberta, Rev. Peter Hofer, James Valley Colony, Manitoba, Rev. Joseph Waldner, Springfield Colony, Manitoba, and Rev. John Würz, Wilson Colony, Alberta, assisted in preparing a list of Hutterite colonies and determining their location. The maps were prepared under the direction of Dr. Joseph W. Eaton, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan, with the assistance of Evelyn Plaut; they were drawn by R. A. Morwood of the Dept. of Geography at Wayne University.</em>
  
The first exhaustive list of Hutterite [[Bruderhof|Bruderhofs]] in Europe with locations (concerning [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] and Slovakia, however) was that prepared by E. Crous and published in 1953 in connection with the article <em>Rabenska </em>in the <em>[[Mennonitisches Lexikon|Mennonitisches ]]</em>[[Mennonitisches Lexikon|<em>Lexikon</em>]]<em> </em>(Installment 39, pp. 418-23) where two maps were also given, prepared by Dr. Gerhard Wöhlke of the Geographical Institute in Göttingen on the basis of the Austrian Spezialkarte 1:75,000, published 1869-1888 by the K. K. Militärgeographisches Institut. The Crous lists are here reproduced, but new maps were prepared by Dr. Robert Friedmann, two of which are based on the<em> Mennonitisches Lexikon</em><em> </em>maps. The first two lists contained all known Bruderhofs of the 16th and 17th centuries, without indication as to the date of dissolution. They therefore do not reveal how many were in existence at any one time, although most were in existence in the "Golden Age" ca. 1590. The only such list is the third one, which names the Bruderhofs in existence in Moravia, 1619-1622, 1622 being the date when all were expelled from the country.
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The first exhaustive list of Hutterite [[Bruderhof|Bruderhofs]] in Europe with locations (concerning [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] and Slovakia, however) was that prepared by E. Crous and published in 1953 in connection with the article <em>Rabenska </em>in the <em>[[Mennonitisches Lexikon|Mennonitisches ]]</em>[[Mennonitisches Lexikon|<em>Lexikon</em>]] (Installment 39, pp. 418-23) where two maps were also given, prepared by Dr. Gerhard Wöhlke of the Geographical Institute in Göttingen on the basis of the Austrian Spezialkarte 1:75,000, published 1869-1888 by the K. K. Militärgeographisches Institut. The Crous lists are here reproduced, but new maps were prepared by Dr. Robert Friedmann, two of which are based on the<em> Mennonitisches Lexikon</em> maps. The first two lists contained all known Bruderhofs of the 16th and 17th centuries, without indication as to the date of dissolution. They therefore do not reveal how many were in existence at any one time, although most were in existence in the "Golden Age" ca. 1590. The only such list is the third one, which names the Bruderhofs in existence in Moravia, 1619-1622, 1622 being the date when all were expelled from the country.
  
J. Loserth published the first list of Bruderhofs in his <em>Communismus </em>(1894) p. 246. This list he published in<em> [[Mennonitisches Lexikon|Mennonitisches Lexikon]]</em> (1931) Haushaben, slightly revised, where 88 locations are named. Fr. Hruby published a list of 43 Bruderhofs in existence in [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] in 1619-1622, in his <em>Wiedertäufer </em><em>in </em><em>Mähren </em>(Leipzig, 1935), which is reproduced as list no. 3 above. He reported that a considerable number of Bruderhofs were destroyed in 1605. According to Hruby most of the Bruderhofs were in Czech nationality areas; only 9 of the 43 listed areas were in German nationality areas.
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J. Loserth published the first list of Bruderhofs in his <em>Communismus </em>(1894) p. 246. This list he published in<em> [[Mennonitisches Lexikon|Mennonitisches Lexikon]]</em> (1931) Haushaben, slightly revised, where 88 locations are named. Fr. Hruby published a list of 43 Bruderhofs in existence in [[Moravia (Czech Republic)|Moravia]] in 1619-1622, in his <em>Wiedertäufer in Mähren </em>(Leipzig, 1935), which is reproduced as list no. 3 above. He reported that a considerable number of Bruderhofs were destroyed in 1605. According to Hruby most of the Bruderhofs were in Czech nationality areas; only 9 of the 43 listed areas were in German nationality areas.
  
 
Zieglschmid's list of North American Bruderhofs <em>(Klein-Geschichtsbuch, </em>677-80) contained only 64, although it was not quite exhaustive. He reported (p. 471) the growth in numbers as follows: 1878 (3), 1900 (10), 1915 (17), 1926 (29), 1944 (57), 1947 (64). Before 1918 all American Bruderhofs were in South Dakota. The first Canadian Bruderhofs were established in Manitoba and Alberta in 1918, when a mass migration occurred. Zieglschmid (p. 472 f.) gave a genealogical chart of the origin of the North American Bruderhofs of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] and [[Dariusleut|Dariusleut ]]in existence in 1947. -- <em>Robert Friedmann</em>
 
Zieglschmid's list of North American Bruderhofs <em>(Klein-Geschichtsbuch, </em>677-80) contained only 64, although it was not quite exhaustive. He reported (p. 471) the growth in numbers as follows: 1878 (3), 1900 (10), 1915 (17), 1926 (29), 1944 (57), 1947 (64). Before 1918 all American Bruderhofs were in South Dakota. The first Canadian Bruderhofs were established in Manitoba and Alberta in 1918, when a mass migration occurred. Zieglschmid (p. 472 f.) gave a genealogical chart of the origin of the North American Bruderhofs of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] and [[Dariusleut|Dariusleut ]]in existence in 1947. -- <em>Robert Friedmann</em>
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| [[Abbey Hutterite Colony (Abbey, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Abbey]]||Abbey, SK||Lehrerleut
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| [[Abbey Hutterite Colony (Abbey, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Abbey]]||Abbey, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Acadia Hutterite Colony (Oyen, Alberta, Canada)|Acadia]]||Oyen, AB||Lehrerleut
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| [[Acadia Hutterite Colony (Oyen, Alberta, Canada)|Acadia]]||Oyen, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Acadia Hutterite Colony (Carberry, Manitoba, Canada)|Acadia]]||Carberry, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
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| [[Acadia Hutterite Colony (Carberry, Manitoba, Canada)|Acadia]]||Carberry, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
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| [[Airport Hutterite Colony (Macdonald, Manitoba, Canada)|Airport]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
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| [[Acres Hutterite Colony (Eden, Manitoba, Canada)|Acres]]||Eden, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
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| [[Albion Ridge Hutterite Colony (Picture Butte, Alberta, Canada)|Albion Ridge]]||Picture Butte, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Airport Hutterite Colony (Macdonald, Manitoba, Canada)|Airport]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
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| [[Alix Hutterite Colony (Alix, Alberta, Canada)|Alix]]||Alix, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Albion Ridge Hutterite Colony (Picture Butte, Alberta, Canada)|Albion Ridge]]||Picture Butte, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Altona Hutterite Colony (Henderson, Minnesota, USA)|Altona]]||Henderson, MN||Undefined
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| [[Alix Hutterite Colony (Alix, Alberta, Canada)|Alix]]||Alix, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Arm River Hutterite Colony (Lumsden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Arm River]]||Lumsden, SK||Dariusleut
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| [[Altona Hutterite Colony (Henderson, Minnesota, USA)|Altona]]||Henderson, Minnesota||Undefined
 
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| [[Armada Hutterite Colony (Armada, Alberta, Canada)|Armada]]||Lomond, AB||Lehrerleut
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| [[Arm River Hutterite Colony (Lumsden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Arm River]]||Lumsden, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Arrowwood Hutterite Colony (Blackie, Alberta, Canada)|Arrowwood]]||Blackie, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Armada Hutterite Colony (Armada, Alberta, Canada)|Armada]]||Lomond, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Aspenheim Hutterite Colony (Bagot, Manitoba, Canada)|Aspenheim]]||Bagot, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
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| [[Arrowwood Hutterite Colony (Blackie, Alberta, Canada)|Arrowwood]]||Blackie, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| Athabasca||Athabasca, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Aspenheim Hutterite Colony (Bagot, Manitoba, Canada)|Aspenheim]]||Bagot, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
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| [[Ayers Ranch Hutterite Colony (Grass Range, Montana, USA)|Ayers Ranch]]||Grass Range, MT||Dariusleut
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| Athabasca||Athabasca, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Baildon Hutterite Colony (Briercrest, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Baildon]]||Moose Jaw, SK||Lehrerleut
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| [[Ayers Ranch Hutterite Colony (Grass Range, Montana, USA)|Ayers Ranch]]||Grass Range, Montana||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Baker Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Baker]]||Mac Gregor, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
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| [[Baildon Hutterite Colony (Briercrest, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Baildon]]||Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Barickman Hutterite Colony (Cartier, Manitoba Canada)|Barickman]]||Cartier, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
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| [[Baker Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Baker]]||Mac Gregor, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
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| [[Beechy Hutterite Colony (Beechy, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Beechy]]||Beechy, SK||Lehrerleut
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| [[Barickman Hutterite Colony (Cartier, Manitoba Canada)|Barickman]]||Cartier, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
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| [[Beiseker Hutterite Colony (Beiseker, Alberta, Canada)|Beiseker]]||Beiseker, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Beechy Hutterite Colony (Beechy, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Beechy]]||Beechy, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Belle Plaine Hutterite Colony (Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Belle Plaine]]||Belle Plaine, SK||Dariusleut
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| [[Beiseker Hutterite Colony (Beiseker, Alberta, Canada)|Beiseker]]||Beiseker, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Bench Hutterite Colony (Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Bench]]||Shaunavon, SK||Lehrerleut
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| [[Belle Plaine Hutterite Colony (Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Belle Plaine]]||Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Bentley Hutterite Colony (Bentley, Alberta, Canada)|Bentley]]||Blackfalds, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Bench Hutterite Colony (Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Bench]]||Shaunavon, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Berry Creek Hutterite Colony (Hanna, Alberta, Canada)|Berry Creek]]||Hanna, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Bentley Hutterite Colony (Bentley, Alberta, Canada)|Bentley]]||Blackfalds, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Big Bend Hutterite Colony (Cardston, Alberta, Canada)|Big Bend]]||Cardston, AB||Lehrerleut
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| [[Berry Creek Hutterite Colony (Hanna, Alberta, Canada)|Berry Creek]]||Hanna, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Big Rose Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Big Rose]]||Biggar, SK||Dariusleut
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| [[Big Bend Hutterite Colony (Cardston, Alberta, Canada)|Big Bend]]||Cardston, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Big Sky Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Big Sky]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
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| [[Big Rose Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Big Rose]]||Biggar, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Big Stone Hutterite Colony (Graceville, Minnesota, USA)|Big Stone]]||Graceville, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 2
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| [[Big Sky Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Big Sky]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Big Stone Hutterite Colony (Sand Coulee, Montana, USA)|Big Stone]]||Sand Coulee, MT||Lehrerleut
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| [[Big Stone Hutterite Colony (Graceville, Minnesota, USA)|Big Stone]]||Graceville, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
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| Birch Creek||Valier, MT||Lehrerleut
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| [[Big Stone Hutterite Colony (Sand Coulee, Montana, USA)|Big Stone]]||Sand Coulee, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Birch Hills Hutterite Colony (Peoria, Alberta, Canada)|Birch Hills]]||Wanham, AB||Dariusleut
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| Birch Creek||Valier, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
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| [[Birch Meadows Hutterite Colony (Eaglesham, Alberta, Canada)|Birch Meadows]]||Eaglesham, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Birch Hills Hutterite Colony (Peoria, Alberta, Canada)|Birch Hills]]||Wanham, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
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| [[Bloomfield Hutterite Colony (Westbourne, Manitoba, Canada)|Bloomfield]]||Westbourne, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
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| [[Birch Meadows Hutterite Colony (Eaglesham, Alberta, Canada)|Birch Meadows]]||Eaglesham, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blooming Prairie Hutterite Colony (Homewood, Manitoba, Canada)|Blooming Prairie]]||Homewood, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Bloomfield Hutterite Colony (Westbourne, Manitoba, Canada)|Bloomfield]]||Westbourne, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blue Clay Hutterite Colony (Arnaud, Manitoba, Canada)|Blue Clay]]||Arnaud, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Blooming Prairie Hutterite Colony (Homewood, Manitoba, Canada)|Blooming Prairie]]||Homewood, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blue Ridge Hutterite Colony (Hillspring, Alberta, Canada)|Blue Ridge]]||Mountain View, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Blue Clay Hutterite Colony (Arnaud, Manitoba, Canada)|Blue Clay]]||Arnaud, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blue Sky Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Blue Sky]]||Drumheller, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Blue Ridge Hutterite Colony (Hillspring, Alberta, Canada)|Blue Ridge]]||Mountain View, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bluegrass Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Bluegrass]]||Warner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Blue Sky Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Blue Sky]]||Drumheller, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blumengard Hutterite Colony (Faulkton, South Dakota, USA)|Blumengard]]||Faulkton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Bluegrass Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Bluegrass]]||Warner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Blumengart Hutterite Colony (Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Canada)|Blumengart]]||Plum Coulee, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Blumengard Hutterite Colony (Faulkton, South Dakota, USA)|Blumengard]]||Faulkton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Bon Homme]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Blumengart Hutterite Colony (Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Canada)|Blumengart]]||Plum Coulee, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA)|Bon Homme]]||Tabor, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Bon Homme]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bone Creek Hutterite Colony (Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Bone Creek]]||Gull Lake, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA)|Bon Homme]]||Tabor, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Boundary Lane Hutterite Colony (Elkhorn, Manitoba, Canada)|Boundary Lane]]||Elkhorn, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Bone Creek Hutterite Colony (Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Bone Creek]]||Gull Lake, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bow City Hutterite Colony (Bow City, Alberta, Canada)|Bow City]]||Brooks, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Boundary Lane Hutterite Colony (Elkhorn, Manitoba, Canada)|Boundary Lane]]||Elkhorn, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Box Elder Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Box Elder]]||Maple Creek, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Bow City Hutterite Colony (Bow City, Alberta, Canada)|Bow City]]||Brooks, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Brant Hutterite Colony (Brant, Alberta, Canada)|Brant]]||Brant, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Box Elder Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Box Elder]]||Maple Creek, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Brantwood Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Brantwood]]||Oakville, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Brant Hutterite Colony (Brant, Alberta, Canada)|Brant]]||Brant, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Brentwood Hutterite Colony (Norbeck, South Dakota, USA)|Brentwood]]||Faulkton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Brantwood Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Brantwood]]||Oakville, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Brightstone Hutterite Colony (La du Bonnet, Manitoba, Canada)|Brightstone]]||Lac Du Bonnet, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Brentwood Hutterite Colony (Norbeck, South Dakota, USA)|Brentwood]]||Faulkton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Britestone Hutterite Colony (Carbon, Alberta, Canada)|Britestone]]||Carbon, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Brightstone Hutterite Colony (La du Bonnet, Manitoba, Canada)|Brightstone]]||Lac Du Bonnet, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Broad Valley Hutterite Colony (Arborg, Manitoba, Canada)|Broad Valley]]||Arborg, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Britestone Hutterite Colony (Carbon, Alberta, Canada)|Britestone]]||Carbon, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Brocket||Pincher Creek, AB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Broad Valley Hutterite Colony (Arborg, Manitoba, Canada)|Broad Valley]]||Arborg, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Butte Hutterite Colony (Bracken, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Butte]]||Bracken, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| Brocket||Pincher Creek, Alberta||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Byemoor Hutterite Colony (Byemoor, Alberta, Canada)|Byemoor]]||Byemoor, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Butte Hutterite Colony (Bracken, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Butte]]||Bracken, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cameron Hutterite Colony (Turin, Alberta, Canada)|Cameron]]||Turin, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Byemoor Hutterite Colony (Byemoor, Alberta, Canada)|Byemoor]]||Byemoor, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Cameron||Viborg, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Cameron Hutterite Colony (Turin, Alberta, Canada)|Cameron]]||Turin, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Camrose Hutterite Colony (Camrose, Alberta, Canada)|Camrose]]||Camrose, AB||Dariusleut
+
| Cameron||Viborg, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Camrose Hutterite Colony (Ledger, Montana, USA)|Camrose]]||Ledger, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Camrose Hutterite Colony (Camrose, Alberta, Canada)|Camrose]]||Camrose, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Camrose||Frankfort, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Camrose Hutterite Colony (Ledger, Montana, USA)|Camrose]]||Ledger, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[CanAm Hutterite Colony (Margaret, Manitoba, Canada)|CanAm]]||Margaret, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| Camrose||Frankfort, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Carmangay Hutterite Colony (Carmangay, Alberta, Canada)|Carmangay]]||Carmangay, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[CanAm Hutterite Colony (Margaret, Manitoba, Canada)|CanAm]]||Margaret, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Carmichael Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Carmichael]]||Gull Lake, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Carmangay Hutterite Colony (Carmangay, Alberta, Canada)|Carmangay]]||Carmangay, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Cascade]]||MacGregor, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Carmichael Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Carmichael]]||Gull Lake, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (Fort Shaw, Montana, USA)|Cascade]]||Sun River, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Cascade]]||MacGregor, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Castor Hutterite Colony (Coronation, Alberta, Canada)|Castor]]||Castor, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (Fort Shaw, Montana, USA)|Cascade]]||Sun River, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cayley Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|Cayley]]||Cayley, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Castor Hutterite Colony (Coronation, Alberta, Canada)|Castor]]||Castor, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cedar Grove Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Cedar Grove]]||Platte, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Cayley Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|Cayley]]||Cayley, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Claremont Hutterite Colony (Castlewood, South Dakota, USA)|Claremont]]||Castlewood, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Cedar Grove Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Cedar Grove]]||Platte, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clark Hutterite Colony (Doland, South Dakota, USA)|Clark]]||Raymond, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Claremont Hutterite Colony (Castlewood, South Dakota, USA)|Claremont]]||Castlewood, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clear Lake Hutterite Colony (Carmangay, Alberta, Canada)|Clear Lake]]||Claresholm, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Clark Hutterite Colony (Doland, South Dakota, USA)|Clark]]||Raymond, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clear Spring Hutterite Colony (Kenaston, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Clear Spring]]||Kenaston, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Clear Lake Hutterite Colony (Carmangay, Alberta, Canada)|Clear Lake]]||Claresholm, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cleardale Hutterite Colony (Cleardale, Alberta, Canada)|Cleardale]]||Cleardale, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Clear Spring Hutterite Colony (Kenaston, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Clear Spring]]||Kenaston, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clearfield Hutterite Colony (Wagner, South Dakota, USA)|Clearfield]]||Delmont, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Cleardale Hutterite Colony (Cleardale, Alberta, Canada)|Cleardale]]||Cleardale, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clearview Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Clearview]]||Bassano, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Clearfield Hutterite Colony (Wagner, South Dakota, USA)|Clearfield]]||Delmont, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clearview Hutterite Colony (Elm Creek, Manitoba, Canada)|Clearview]]||Elm Creek, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Clearview Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Clearview]]||Bassano, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Clearwater Hutterite Colony (Balmoral, Manitoba, Canada)|Clearwater]]||Balmoral, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Clearview Hutterite Colony (Elm Creek, Manitoba, Canada)|Clearview]]||Elm Creek, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cloverleaf Hutterite Colony (Delia, Alberta, Canada)|Cloverleaf]]||Delia, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Clearwater Hutterite Colony (Balmoral, Manitoba, Canada)|Clearwater]]||Balmoral, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cluny Hutterite Colony (Cluny, Alberta, Canada)|Cluny]]||Cluny, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Cloverleaf Hutterite Colony (Delia, Alberta, Canada)|Cloverleaf]]||Delia, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Codesa||Eaglesham||Dariusleut
+
| [[Cluny Hutterite Colony (Cluny, Alberta, Canada)|Cluny]]||Cluny, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Collins||Iroquois||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Codessa Hutterite Colony (Eaglesham, Alberta, Canada)|Codessa]]||Eaglesham, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Concord Hutterite Colony (Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Canada)|Concord]]||Winnipeg, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| Collins||Iroquois, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cool Spring Hutterite Colony (Polonia, Manitoba, Canada)|Cool Spring]]||Minnedosa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Concord Hutterite Colony (Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Canada)|Concord]]||Winnipeg, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| Cool Springs||Rudyard, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Cool Spring Hutterite Colony (Polonia, Manitoba, Canada)|Cool Spring]]||Minnedosa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Copperfield Hutterite Colony (Vauxhall, Alberta, Canada)|Copperfield]]||Vauxhall, AB||Dariusleut
+
| Cool Springs||Rudyard, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Craigmyle Hutterite Colony (Craigmyle, Alberta, Canada)|Craigmyle]]||Craigmyle, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Copperfield Hutterite Colony (Vauxhall, Alberta, Canada)|Copperfield]]||Vauxhall, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Crystal Springs Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Crystal Spring]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Craigmyle Hutterite Colony (Craigmyle, Alberta, Canada)|Craigmyle]]||Craigmyle, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Crystal Spring Hutterite Colony (Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, Canada)|Crystal Spring]]||Ste. Agathe, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Crystal Springs Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Crystal Spring]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cypress Hutterite Colony (Cypress River, Manitoba, Canada)|Cypress]]||Cypress River, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Crystal Spring Hutterite Colony (Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, Canada)|Crystal Spring]]||Ste. Agathe, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Cypress Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Cypress]]||Maple Creek, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Cypress Hutterite Colony (Cypress River, Manitoba, Canada)|Cypress]]||Cypress River, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Decker Hutterite Colony (Decker, Manitoba, Canada)|Decker]]||Decker, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Cypress Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Cypress]]||Maple Creek, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Deerboine Hutterite Colony (Alexander, Manitoba, Canada)|Deerboine]]||Alexander, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Decker Hutterite Colony (Decker, Manitoba, Canada)|Decker]]||Decker, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Deerfield]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Deerboine Hutterite Colony (Alexander, Manitoba, Canada)|Deerboine]]||Alexander, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|Deerfield]]||Lewistown, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Deerfield]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Ipswich, South Dakota, USA)|Deerfield]]||Ipswich, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|Deerfield]]||Lewistown, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Delco Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Delco]]||New Dayton, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Deerfield Hutterite Colony (Ipswich, South Dakota, USA)|Deerfield]]||Ipswich, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Delta Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Delta]]||Austin, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Delco Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Delco]]||New Dayton, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Dinsmore Hutterite Colony (Dinsmore, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Dinsmore]]||Dinsmore, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Delta Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Delta]]||Austin, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Donalda Hutterite Colony (Donalda, Alberta, Canada)|Donalda]]||Donalda, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Dinsmore Hutterite Colony (Dinsmore, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Dinsmore]]||Dinsmore, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Downie Lake Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Downie Lake]]||Maple Creek, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Donalda Hutterite Colony (Donalda, Alberta, Canada)|Donalda]]||Donalda, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Duncan Ranch Hutterite Colony (Harlowton, Montana, USA)|Duncan Ranch]]||Harlowton, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Downie Lake Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Downie Lake]]||Maple Creek, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Eagle Creek Hutterite Colony (Galata, Montana, USA)|Eagle Creek]]||Galata, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Duncan Ranch Hutterite Colony (Harlowton, Montana, USA)|Duncan Ranch]]||Harlowton, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Eagle Creek Hutterite Colony (Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Eagle Creek]]||Asquith, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Eagle Creek Hutterite Colony (Galata, Montana, USA)|Eagle Creek]]||Galata, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ear View Hutterite Colony (Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Ear View]]||Gull Lake, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Eagle Creek Hutterite Colony (Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Eagle Creek]]||Asquith, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[East Cardston Hutterite Colony (Cardston, Alberta, Canada)|East Cardston]]||Cardston, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Ear View Hutterite Colony (Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Ear View]]||Gull Lake, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[East End Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|East End]]||Havre, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[East Cardston Hutterite Colony (Cardston, Alberta, Canada)|East Cardston]]||Cardston, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[East Malta Hutterite Colony (Malta, Montana, USA)|East Malta]]||Malta, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[East End Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|East End]]||Havre, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| East Raymond||Raymond, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[East Malta Hutterite Colony (Malta, Montana, USA)|East Malta]]||Malta, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Eatonia Hutterite Colony (Eatonia, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Eatonia]]||Eatonia, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[East Raymond Hutterite Colony (Raymond, Alberta, Canada)|East Raymond]]||Raymond, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Elk Creek, MT||Augusta, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Eatonia Hutterite Colony (Eatonia, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Eatonia]]||Eatonia, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Elkwater Hutterite Colony (Irvine, Alberta, Canada)|Elkwater]]||Irvine, AB||Dariusleut
+
| Elk Creek||Augusta, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Elm River Hutterite Colony (Newton, Manitoba, Canada)|Elm River]]||Newton Siding, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Elkwater Hutterite Colony (Irvine, Alberta, Canada)|Elkwater]]||Irvine, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Elm Spring]]||Warner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Elm River Hutterite Colony (Newton, Manitoba, Canada)|Elm River]]||Newton Siding, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Elmendorf Hutterite Colony (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Elmendorf]]||Mountain Lake, MN||Undefined
+
| [[Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Elm Spring]]||Warner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Enchant Hutterite Colony (Enchant, Alberta, Canada)|Enchant]]||Enchant, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Elmendorf Hutterite Colony (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Elmendorf]]||Mountain Lake, Minnesota||Undefined
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Erskine Hutterite Colony (Erskine, Alberta, Canada)|Erskine]]||Erskine, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Emerald Hutterite Colony (Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada)|Emerald]]||Gladstone, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Estuary Hutterite Colony (Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Estuary]]||Leader, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Enchant Hutterite Colony (Enchant, Alberta, Canada)|Enchant]]||Enchant, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Evergreen]]||Taber, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Erskine Hutterite Colony (Erskine, Alberta, Canada)|Erskine]]||Erskine, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Somerset, Manitoba, Canada)|Evergreen]]||Somerset, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Estuary Hutterite Colony (Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Estuary]]||Leader, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Faulkton, South Dakota, USA)|Evergreen]]||Faulkton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Evergreen]]||Taber, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ewelme Hutterite Colony (Standoff, Alberta, Canada)|Ewelme]]||Ft. Macleod, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Somerset, Manitoba, Canada)|Evergreen]]||Somerset, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fair Haven Hutterite Colony (Ulm, Montana, USA)|Fair Haven]]||Ulm, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Evergreen Hutterite Colony (Faulkton, South Dakota, USA)|Evergreen]]||Faulkton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairholme Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Fairholme]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Ewelme Hutterite Colony (Standoff, Alberta, Canada)|Ewelme]]||Ft. Macleod, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairlane Hutterite Colony (Skiff, Alberta, Canada)|Fairlane]]||Skiff, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Fair Haven Hutterite Colony (Ulm, Montana, USA)|Fair Haven]]||Ulm, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairview Hutterite Colony (Crossfield, Alberta, Canada)|Fairview]]||Crossfield, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Fairholme Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Fairholme]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairview Hutterite Colony (La Moure, North Dakota, USA)|Fairview]]||La Moure, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Fairlane Hutterite Colony (Skiff, Alberta, Canada)|Fairlane]]||Skiff, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairville Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Fairville]]||Bassano, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Fairview Hutterite Colony (Crossfield, Alberta, Canada)|Fairview]]||Crossfield, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fairway Hutterite Colony (Douglas, Manitoba, Canada)|Fairway]]||Douglas, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Fairview Hutterite Colony (La Moure, North Dakota, USA)|Fairview]]||La Moure, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ferrybank Hutterite Colony (Ponoka, Alberta, Canada)|Ferrybank]]||Ponoka, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Fairville Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Fairville]]||Bassano, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Flat Willow Ranch Hutterite Colony (Roundup, Montana, USA)|Flat Willow Ranch]]||Roundup, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Fairway Hutterite Colony (Douglas, Manitoba, Canada)|Fairway]]||Douglas, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fordham Hutterite Colony (Carpenter, South Dakota, USA)|Fordham]]||Carpenter, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Ferrybank Hutterite Colony (Ponoka, Alberta, Canada)|Ferrybank]]||Ponoka, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fords Creek Hutterite Colony (Grass Range, Montana, USA)|Fords Creek]]||Grass Range, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Flat Willow Ranch Hutterite Colony (Roundup, Montana, USA)|Flat Willow Ranch]]||Roundup, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Forest River Hutterite Colony (Inkster, North Dakota, USA)|Forest River]]||Fordville, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Fordham Hutterite Colony (Carpenter, South Dakota, USA)|Fordham]]||Carpenter, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Fort Pitt Hutterite Colony (Frenchman Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Fort Pitt]]||Lloydminister, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Fords Creek Hutterite Colony (Grass Range, Montana, USA)|Fords Creek]]||Grass Range, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Forty Mile Hutterite Colony (Lodge Grass, Montana, USA)|Forty Mile]]||Lodge Grass, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Forest River Hutterite Colony (Inkster, North Dakota, USA)|Forest River]]||Fordville, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Gadsby Hutterite Colony (Hackett, Alberta, Canada)|Gadsby]]||Stettler, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Fort Pitt Hutterite Colony (Frenchman Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Fort Pitt]]||Lloydminister, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Garden Plane Hutterite Colony (Frontier, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Garden Plane]]||Frontier, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Forty Mile Hutterite Colony (Lodge Grass, Montana, USA)|Forty Mile]]||Lodge Grass, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Gildford Hutterite Colony (Gildford, Montana, USA)|Gildford]]||Gildford, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Gadsby Hutterite Colony (Hackett, Alberta, Canada)|Gadsby]]||Stettler, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glacier Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Glacier]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Garden Plane Hutterite Colony (Frontier, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Garden Plane]]||Frontier, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Glendale]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Gildford Hutterite Colony (Gildford, Montana, USA)|Gildford]]||Gildford, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Glendale]]||Frankfort, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Glacier Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Glacier]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glenway Hutterite Colony (Dominion City, Manitoba, Canada)|Glenway]]||Dominion City, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Glendale]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Glidden Hutterite Colony (Glidden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Glidden]]||Glidden, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Glendale]]||Frankfort, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Golden Valley Hutterite Colony (Ryegate, Montana, USA)|Golden Valley]]||Ryegate, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Glenway Hutterite Colony (Dominion City, Manitoba, Canada)|Glenway]]||Dominion City, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| Golden View||Salem, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Glidden Hutterite Colony (Glidden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Glidden]]||Glidden, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Golden View Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Golden View]]||Biggar, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Golden Valley Hutterite Colony (Ryegate, Montana, USA)|Golden Valley]]||Ryegate, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Good Hope Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Good Hope]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| Golden View||Salem, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Gracevale Hutterite Colony (Winfred, South Dakota, USA)|Gracevale]]||Winfred, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Golden View Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Golden View]]||Biggar, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grand Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Grand]]||Oakville, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Good Hope Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Good Hope]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grandview Hutterite Colony (Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada)|Grandview]]||Grand Prairie, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Gracevale Hutterite Colony (Winfred, South Dakota, USA)|Gracevale]]||Winfred, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Granum Hutterite Colony (Granum, Alberta, Canada)|Granum]]||Granum, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Grand Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Grand]]||Oakville, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grass Ranch Hutterite Colony (Kimball, South Dakota, USA)|Grass Ranch]]||Kimball, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Grandview Hutterite Colony (Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada)|Grandview]]||Grand Prairie, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grass River Hutterite Colony (Glenella, Manitoba, Canada)|Grass River]]||Glenella, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Grant Hutterite Colony (Enderlin, North Dakota, USA)|Grant]]||Enderlin, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grassland Hutterite Colony (Leola, South Dakota, USA)|Grassland]]||Westport, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Granum Hutterite Colony (Granum, Alberta, Canada)|Granum]]||Granum, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Grassy Hill Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Grassy Hill]]||Gull Lake, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Grass Ranch Hutterite Colony (Kimball, South Dakota, USA)|Grass Ranch]]||Kimball, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Green Acres Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Green Acres]]||Bassano, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Grass River Hutterite Colony (Glenella, Manitoba, Canada)|Grass River]]||Glenella, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Green Acres Hutterite Colony (Wawanesa, Manitoba, Canada)|Green Acres]]||Wawanesa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Grassland Hutterite Colony (Leola, South Dakota, USA)|Grassland]]||Westport, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Green Leaf Hutterite Colony (Marcelin, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Green Leaf]]||Marcelin, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Grassy Hill Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Grassy Hill]]||Gull Lake, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Greenwald Hutterite Colony (Brokenhead, Manitoba, Canada)|Greenwald]]||Beausejour, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Green Acres Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Green Acres]]||Bassano, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Greenwood Hutterite Colony (Stand Off, Alberta, Canada)|Greenwood]]||Fort Macleod, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Green Acres Hutterite Colony (Wawanesa, Manitoba, Canada)|Green Acres]]||Wawanesa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Greenwood Hutterite Colony (Delmont, South Dakota, USA)|Greenwood]]||Delmont, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Green Leaf Hutterite Colony (Marcelin, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Green Leaf]]||Marcelin, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hairy Hill Hutterite Colony (Hairy Hill, Alberta, Canada)|Hairy Hill]]||Hairy Hill, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Greenwald Hutterite Colony (Brokenhead, Manitoba, Canada)|Greenwald]]||Beausejour, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hand Hills Hutterite Colony (Hanna, Alberta, Canada)|Hand Hills]]||Hanna, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Greenwood Hutterite Colony (Stand Off, Alberta, Canada)|Greenwood]]||Fort Macleod, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hartland Hutterite Colony (Bashaw, Alberta, Canada)|Hartland]]||Bashaw, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Greenwood Hutterite Colony (Delmont, South Dakota, USA)|Greenwood]]||Delmont, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hartland Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|Hartland]]||Havre, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Hairy Hill Hutterite Colony (Hairy Hill, Alberta, Canada)|Hairy Hill]]||Hairy Hill, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Haven Hutterite Colony (Dexter, Minnesota, USA)|Haven]]||Dexter, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Hand Hills Hutterite Colony (Hanna, Alberta, Canada)|Hand Hills]]||Hanna, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Haven Hutterite Colony (Fox Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Haven]]||Fox Valley, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Hartland Hutterite Colony (Bashaw, Alberta, Canada)|Hartland]]||Bashaw, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Heartland Hutterite Colony (Hazelridge, Manitoba, Canada)|Heartland]]||Hazelridge, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hartland Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|Hartland]]||Havre, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Heartland Hutterite Colony (Lake Benton, Minnesota, USA)|Heartland]]||Lake Benton, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Haven Hutterite Colony (Dexter, Minnesota, USA)|Haven]]||Dexter, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hidden Lake Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Hidden Lake]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Haven Hutterite Colony (Fox Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Haven]]||Fox Valley, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hidden Valley Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Hidden Valley]]||Austin, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Heartland Hutterite Colony (Hazelridge, Manitoba, Canada)|Heartland]]||Hazelridge, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[High River Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|High River]]||High River, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Heartland Hutterite Colony (Lake Benton, Minnesota, USA)|Heartland]]||Lake Benton, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillcrest Hutterite Colony (Garden City, South Dakota, USA)|Hillcrest]]||Garden City, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hidden Lake Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Hidden Lake]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillcrest Hutterite Colony (Dundurn, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hillcrest]]||Dundurn, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hidden Valley Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Hidden Valley]]||Austin, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hilldale Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|Hilldale]]||Havre, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[High River Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|High River]]||High River, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillridge Hutterite Colony (Barnwell, Alberta, Canada)|Hillridge]]||Barnwell, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hillcrest Hutterite Colony (Garden City, South Dakota, USA)|Hillcrest]]||Garden City, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Justice, Manitoba, Canada)|Hillside]]||Justice, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hillcrest Hutterite Colony (Dundurn, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hillcrest]]||Dundurn, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Sweetgrass, Montana, USA)|Hillside]]||Sweetgrass, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Hilldale Hutterite Colony (Havre, Montana, USA)|Hilldale]]||Havre, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Doland, South Dakota, USA)|Hillside]]||Doland, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hillridge Hutterite Colony (Barnwell, Alberta, Canada)|Hillridge]]||Barnwell, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillsvale Hutterite Colony (Cut Knife, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hillsvale]]||Cut Knife, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Justice, Manitoba, Canada)|Hillside]]||Justice, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hillview Hutterite Colony (Rosebud, Alberta, Canada)|Hillview]]||Rosebud, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Sweetgrass, Montana, USA)|Hillside]]||Sweetgrass, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hodgeville Hutterite Colony (Hodgeville, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hodgeville]]||Hodgeville, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hillside Hutterite Colony (Doland, South Dakota, USA)|Hillside]]||Doland, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Holden Hutterite Colony (Holden, Alberta, Canada)|Holden]]||Holden, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hillsvale Hutterite Colony (Cut Knife, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hillsvale]]||Cut Knife, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Holmfield Hutterite Colony (Holmfield Manitoba, Canada)|Holmfield]]||Killarney, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hillview Hutterite Colony (Rosebud, Alberta, Canada)|Hillview]]||Rosebud, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Holt Hutterite Colony (Irma, Alberta, Canada)|Holt]]||Irma, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hodgeville Hutterite Colony (Hodgeville, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Hodgeville]]||Hodgeville, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Homewood Hutterite Colony (Starbuck, Manitoba, Canada)|Homewood]]||Starbuck, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Holden Hutterite Colony (Holden, Alberta, Canada)|Holden]]||Holden, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Horizon Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Horizon]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Holmfield Hutterite Colony (Holmfield Manitoba, Canada)|Holmfield]]||Killarney, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hughenden Hutterite Colony (Hughenden, Alberta, Canada)|Hughenden]]||Hughenden, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Holt Hutterite Colony (Irma, Alberta, Canada)|Holt]]||Irma, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Benard, Manitoba, Canada)|Huron]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Homewood Hutterite Colony (Starbuck, Manitoba, Canada)|Homewood]]||Starbuck, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Huron, South Dakota, USA)|Huron]]||Huron, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Horizon Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Horizon]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Brownlee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Huron]]||Brownlee, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Horizon Hutterite Colony (Lowe Farm, Manitoba, Canada)|Horizon]]||Lowe Farm, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hutterville Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Hutterville]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Hughenden Hutterite Colony (Hughenden, Alberta, Canada)|Hughenden]]||Hughenden, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hutterville Hutterite Colony (Stratford, South Dakota, USA)|Hutterville]]||Stratford, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Benard, Manitoba, Canada)|Huron]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Huxley Hutterite Colony (Huxley, Alberta, Canada)|Huxley]]||Huxley, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Huron, South Dakota, USA)|Huron]]||Huron, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Iberville Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Iberville]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Huron Hutterite Colony (Brownlee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Huron]]||Brownlee, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Interlake Hutterite Colony (Teulon, Manitoba, Canada)|Interlake]]||Teulon, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Hutterville Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Hutterville]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Iron Creek Hutterite Colony (Bruce, Alberta, Canada)|Iron Creek]]||Bruce, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Hutterville Hutterite Colony (Stratford, South Dakota, USA)|Hutterville]]||Stratford, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[James Valley Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|James Valley]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Huxley Hutterite Colony (Huxley, Alberta, Canada)|Huxley]]||Huxley, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Jamesville Hutterite Colony (Utica, South Dakota, USA)|Jamesville]]||Utica, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Iberville Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Iberville]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Jenner Hutterite Colony (Jenner, Alberta, Canada)|Jenner]]||Jenner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Interlake Hutterite Colony (Teulon, Manitoba, Canada)|Interlake]]||Teulon, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kamsley Hutterite Colony (Somerset, Manitoba, Canada)|Kamsley]]||Somerset, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Iron Creek Hutterite Colony (Bruce, Alberta, Canada)|Iron Creek]]||Bruce, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Keho Lake Hutterite Colony (Barons, Alberta, Canada)|Keho Lake]]||Barons, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[James Valley Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|James Valley]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Keystone Hutterite Colony (Warren, Manitoba, Canada)|Keystone]]||Warren, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Jamesville Hutterite Colony (Utica, South Dakota, USA)|Jamesville]]||Utica, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kilby Butte Hutterite Colony (Roundup, Montana, USA)|Kilby Butte]]||Roundup, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Jenner Hutterite Colony (Jenner, Alberta, Canada)|Jenner]]||Jenner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[King Ranch Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|King Ranch]]||Lewiston, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Kamsley Hutterite Colony (Somerset, Manitoba, Canada)|Kamsley]]||Somerset, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kings Lake Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Kings Lake]]||Foremost, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Keho Lake Hutterite Colony (Barons, Alberta, Canada)|Keho Lake]]||Barons, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kingsbury Hutterite Colony (Valier, Montana, USA)|Kingsbury]]||Valier, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Keystone Hutterite Colony (Warren, Manitoba, Canada)|Keystone]]||Warren, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kingsland Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Kingsland]]||New Dayton, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Kilby Butte Hutterite Colony (Roundup, Montana, USA)|Kilby Butte]]||Roundup, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kyle Hutterite Colony (Elrose, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Kyle]]||Kyle, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[King Ranch Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|King Ranch]]||Lewiston, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lajord Hutterite Colony (White City, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Lajord]]||White City, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Kings Lake Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Kings Lake]]||Foremost, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lake View Hutterite Colony (Lake Andres, South Dakota, USA)|Lake View]]||Lake Andes, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Kingsbury Hutterite Colony (Valier, Montana, USA)|Kingsbury]]||Valier, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lakeside Hutterite Colony (Cranford, Alberta, Canada)|Lakeside]]||Cranford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Kingsland Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Kingsland]]||New Dayton, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lakeside Hutterite Colony (Cartier, Manitoba, Canada)|Lakeside]]||Cartier, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Kyle Hutterite Colony (Elrose, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Kyle]]||Kyle, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lakeview Hutterite Colony (Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Lakeview]]||Unity, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lajord Hutterite Colony (White City, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Lajord]]||White City, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lathom Hutterite Colony (Brooks, Alberta, Canada)|Lathom]]||Bassano, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Lake View Hutterite Colony (Lake Andres, South Dakota, USA)|Lake View]]||Lake Andes, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Leask Hutterite Colony (Leask, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Leask]]||Leask, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lakeside Hutterite Colony (Cranford, Alberta, Canada)|Lakeside]]||Cranford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Leedale Hutterite Colony (Rimbey, Alberta, Canada)|Leedale]]||Rimbey, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lakeside Hutterite Colony (Cartier, Manitoba, Canada)|Lakeside]]||Cartier, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lismore Hutterite Colony (Clinton, Minnesota, USA)|Lismore]]||Clinton, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Lakeview Hutterite Colony (Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Lakeview]]||Unity, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Little Bow Hutterite Colony (Champion, Alberta, Canada)|Little Bow]]||Champion, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lathom Hutterite Colony (Brooks, Alberta, Canada)|Lathom]]||Bassano, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Little Creek Hutterite Colony (Marquette, Manitoba, Canada)|Little Creek]]||Marquette, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Leask Hutterite Colony (Leask, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Leask]]||Leask, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Livingstone Hutterite Colony (Lundbreck, Alberta, Canada)|Livingstone]]||Lundbreck, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Leedale Hutterite Colony (Rimbey, Alberta, Canada)|Leedale]]||Rimbey, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lomond Hutterite Colony (Lomond, Alberta, Canada)|Lomond]]||Lomond, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lismore Hutterite Colony (Clinton, Minnesota, USA)|Lismore]]||Clinton, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lone Pine Hutterite Colony (Botha, Alberta, Canada)|Lone Pine]]||Botha, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Little Bow Hutterite Colony (Champion, Alberta, Canada)|Little Bow]]||Champion, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Long Lake Hutterite Colony (Wetonka, South Dakota, USA)|Long Lake]]||Westport, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Little Creek Hutterite Colony (Marquette, Manitoba, Canada)|Little Creek]]||Marquette, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Loring Hutterite Colony (Loring, Montana, USA)|Loring]]||Loring, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Livingstone Hutterite Colony (Lundbreck, Alberta, Canada)|Livingstone]]||Lundbreck, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Lougheed Hutterite Colony (Lougheed, Alberta, Canada)|Lougheed]]||Lougheed, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Lomond Hutterite Colony (Lomond, Alberta, Canada)|Lomond]]||Lomond, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[McMillan Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|MacMillan]]||Cayley, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Lone Pine Hutterite Colony (Botha, Alberta, Canada)|Lone Pine]]||Botha, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Main Centre Hutterite Colony (Rush Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Main Centre]]||Rush Lake, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Long Lake Hutterite Colony (Wetonka, South Dakota, USA)|Long Lake]]||Westport, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mannville Hutterite Colony (Mannville, Alberta, Canada)|Mannville]]||Mannville, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Loring Hutterite Colony (Loring, Montana, USA)|Loring]]||Loring, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Maple Grove Hutterite Colony (Lauder, Manitoba, Canada)|Maple Grove]]||Lauder, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Lost River Hutterite Colony (Allan, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Lost River]]||Allan, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Maple River Hutterite Colony (Fullerton, North Dakota, USA)|Maple River]]||Fullerton, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Lougheed Hutterite Colony (Lougheed, Alberta, Canada)|Lougheed]]||Lougheed, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Marble Ridge Hutterite Colony (Hodgson, Manitoba, Canada)|Marble Ridge]]||Hodgson, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[McMillan Hutterite Colony (Cayley, Alberta, Canada)|MacMillan]]||Cayley, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Marlin Hutterite Colony (Marlin, Washington, USA)|Marlin]]||Marlin, WA||Dariusleut
+
| [[Main Centre Hutterite Colony (Rush Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Main Centre]]||Rush Lake, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Martinsdale Hutterite Colony (Martinsdale, Montana, USA)|Martinsdale]]||Martinsdale, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mannville Hutterite Colony (Mannville, Alberta, Canada)|Mannville]]||Mannville, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Maxwell Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)|Maxwell]]||Cartier, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Maple Grove Hutterite Colony (Lauder, Manitoba, Canada)|Maple Grove]]||Lauder, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Maxwell Hutterite Colony (Scotland, South Dakota, USA)|Maxwell]]||Scotland, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Maple River Hutterite Colony (Fullerton, North Dakota, USA)|Maple River]]||Fullerton, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mayfair Hutterite Colony (Killarney, Manitoba, Canada)|Mayfair]]||Killarney, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Marble Ridge Hutterite Colony (Hodgson, Manitoba, Canada)|Marble Ridge]]||Hodgson, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mayfield Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Mayfield]]||Etzikom, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Marlin Hutterite Colony (Marlin, Washington, USA)|Marlin]]||Marlin, Washington||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mayfield Hutterite Colony (Willow Lake, South Dakota, USA)|Mayfield]]||Willow Lake, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Martinsdale Hutterite Colony (Martinsdale, Montana, USA)|Martinsdale]]||Martinsdale, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[McGee Hutterite Colony (McGee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|McGee]]||Rosetown, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Maxwell Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)|Maxwell]]||Cartier, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[McMahon Hutterite Colony (McMahon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|McMahon]]||MacMahon, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Maxwell Hutterite Colony (Scotland, South Dakota, USA)|Maxwell]]||Scotland, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mialta Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Mialta]]||Vulcan, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mayfair Hutterite Colony (Killarney, Manitoba, Canada)|Mayfair]]||Killarney, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Miami Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Miami]]||New Dayton, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mayfield Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Mayfield]]||Etzikom, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Miami Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Miami]]||Morden, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Mayfield Hutterite Colony (Willow Lake, South Dakota, USA)|Mayfield]]||Willow Lake, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Midland Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Midland]]||Taber, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[McGee Hutterite Colony (McGee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|McGee]]||Rosetown, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Milden Hutterite Colony (Milden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Milden]]||Milden, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[McMahon Hutterite Colony (McMahon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|McMahon]]||MacMahon, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Milford Hutterite Colony (Raymond, Alberta, Canada)|Milford]]||Raymond, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mialta Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Mialta]]||Vulcan, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Milford Hutterite Colony (Wolf Creek, Montana, USA)|Milford]]||Wolf Creek, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Miami Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Miami]]||New Dayton, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Millbrook Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Millbrook]]||Mitchell, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Miami Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Miami]]||Morden, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Miller Hutterite Colony (Choteau, Montana, USA)|Miller]]||Choteau, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Midland Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Midland]]||Taber, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Millerdale Hutterite Colony (Miller, South Dakota, USA)|Millerdale]]||Miller, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Midway Hutterite Colony (Conrad, Montana, USA)|Midway]]||Conrad, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[MillsHof Hutterite Colony (Glenboro, Manitoba, Canada)|MillsHof]]||Glenboro, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Milden Hutterite Colony (Milden, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Milden]]||Milden, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Milltown Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Milltown]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Milford Hutterite Colony (Raymond, Alberta, Canada)|Milford]]||Raymond, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Miltow Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Miltow]]||Warner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Milford Hutterite Colony (Wolf Creek, Montana, USA)|Milford]]||Wolf Creek, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mixburn Hutterite Colony (Minburn, Alberta, Canada)|Mixburn]]||Minburn, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Millbrook Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Millbrook]]||Mitchell, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Morinville Hutterite Colony (Alcomdale, Alberta, Canada)|Morinville]]||Morinville, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Miller Hutterite Colony (Choteau, Montana, USA)|Miller]]||Choteau, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mountain View Hutterite Colony (Irricana, Alberta, Canada)|Mountain View]]||Strathmore, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Millerdale Hutterite Colony (Miller, South Dakota, USA)|Millerdale]]||Miller, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mountain View Hutterite Colony (Broadview, Montana, USA)|Mountain View]]||Broadview, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[MillsHof Hutterite Colony (Glenboro, Manitoba, Canada)|MillsHof]]||Glenboro, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Netley Hutterite Colony (Petersfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Netley]]||Petersfield, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Milltown Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Milltown]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Neu Muehl Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Neu Muehl]]||Drumheller, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Miltow Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Miltow]]||Warner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Neudorf Hutterite Colony (Kersey, Alberta, Canada)|Neudorf]]||Crossfield, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mixburn Hutterite Colony (Minburn, Alberta, Canada)|Mixburn]]||Minburn, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Neuhof Hutterite Colony (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Neuhof]]||Mountain Lake, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Morinville Hutterite Colony (Alcomdale, Alberta, Canada)|Morinville]]||Morinville, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New Elm Springs Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|New Elm Spring]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Mountain View Hutterite Colony (Irricana, Alberta, Canada)|Mountain View]]||Strathmore, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New Elm Springs Hutterite Colony (Ethan, South Dakota, USA)|New Elm Spring]]||Ethan, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Mountain View Hutterite Colony (Broadview, Montana, USA)|Mountain View]]||Broadview, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New Miami Hutterite Colony (Conrad, Montana, USA)|New Miami]]||Conrad, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Netley Hutterite Colony (Petersfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Netley]]||Petersfield, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New Rockport Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|New Rockport]]||New Dayton, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Neu Muehl Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Neu Muehl]]||Drumheller, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| New Rockport||Choteau, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Neudorf Hutterite Colony (Kersey, Alberta, Canada)|Neudorf]]||Crossfield, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|New Rosedale]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Neuhof Hutterite Colony (Mountain Lake, Minnesota, USA)|Neuhof]]||Mountain Lake, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[New York Hutterite Colony (Coaldale, Alberta, Canada)|New York]]||Lethbridge, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[New Elm Springs Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|New Elm Spring]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Milo, Alberta, Canada)|Newdale]]||Milo, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[New Elm Springs Hutterite Colony (Ethan, South Dakota, USA)|New Elm Spring]]||Ethan, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Hayfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Newdale]]||Brandon, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[New Miami Hutterite Colony (Conrad, Montana, USA)|New Miami]]||Conrad, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Elkton, South Dakota, USA)|Newdale]]||Elkton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[New Rockport Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|New Rockport]]||New Dayton, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newell Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Newell]]||Bassano, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| New Rockport||Choteau, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newhaven Hutterite Colony (Argyle, Manitoba, Canada)|Newhaven]]||Argyle, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[New Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|New Rosedale]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Newport Hutterite Colony (Claremont, South Dakota, USA)|Newport]]||Claremont, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[New York Hutterite Colony (Coaldale, Alberta, Canada)|New York]]||Lethbridge, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Norfeld Hutterite Colony (White, South Dakota, USA)|Norfeld]]||White, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Milo, Alberta, Canada)|Newdale]]||Milo, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Norquay Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Norquay]]||Oakville, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Hayfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Newdale]]||Brandon, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[North Harlem Hutterite Colony (Harlem, Montana, USA)|North Harlem]]||Harlem, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Elkton, South Dakota, USA)|Newdale]]||Elkton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Northern Breeze Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Northern Breeze]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Newell Hutterite Colony (Bassano, Alberta, Canada)|Newell]]||Bassano, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[O. B. Hutterite Colony (Marwayne, Alberta, Canada)|O.B.]]||Marwayne, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Newhaven Hutterite Colony (Argyle, Manitoba, Canada)|Newhaven]]||Argyle, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[O. K. Hutterite Colony (Raymond, Alberta, Canada)|O. K.]]||Raymond, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Newport Hutterite Colony (Claremont, South Dakota, USA)|Newport]]||Claremont, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oak Bluff Hutterite Colony (Arnaud, Manitoba, Canada)|Oak Bluff]]||Morris, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Norfeld Hutterite Colony (White, South Dakota, USA)|Norfeld]]||White, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oak Lane Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Oak Lane]]||Alexandria, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Norquay Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Norquay]]||Oakville, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oak River Hutterite Colony (Oak River, Manitoba, Canada)|Oak River]]||Oak River, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[North Harlem Hutterite Colony (Harlem, Montana, USA)|North Harlem]]||Harlem, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oaklane Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Oaklane]]||Taber, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Northern Breeze Hutterite Colony (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada)|Northern Breeze]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oakridge Hutterite Colony (Holland, Manitoba, Canada)|Oakridge]]||Holland, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[O. B. Hutterite Colony (Marwayne, Alberta, Canada)|O.B.]]||Marwayne, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Odanah Hutterite Colony (Rufford, Manitoba, Canada)|Odanah]]||Minnedosa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[O. K. Hutterite Colony (Raymond, Alberta, Canada)|O. K.]]||Raymond, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Old Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Old Elm Spring]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Oak Bluff Hutterite Colony (Arnaud, Manitoba, Canada)|Oak Bluff]]||Morris, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Old Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Parkston, South Dakota, USA)|Old Elm Spring]]||Parkston, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Oak Lane Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Oak Lane]]||Alexandria, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Orland Hutterite Colony (Montrose, South Dakota, USA)|Orland]]||Montrose, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Oak River Hutterite Colony (Oak River, Manitoba, Canada)|Oak River]]||Oak River, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Parkland Hutterite Colony (Parkland, Alberta, Canada)|Parkland]]||Nanton, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Oaklane Hutterite Colony (Taber, Alberta, Canada)|Oaklane]]||Taber, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Parkview Hutterite Colony (Riding Mountain, Manitoba, Canada)|Parkview]]||Riding Mountain, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Oakridge Hutterite Colony (Holland, Manitoba, Canada)|Oakridge]]||Holland, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 +
|-
 +
| [[Odanah Hutterite Colony (Rufford, Manitoba, Canada)|Odanah]]||Minnedosa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 +
|-
 +
| [[Old Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Old Elm Spring]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 +
|-
 +
| [[Old Elm Spring Hutterite Colony (Parkston, South Dakota, USA)|Old Elm Spring]]||Parkston, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 +
|-
 +
| [[Orland Hutterite Colony (Montrose, South Dakota, USA)|Orland]]||Montrose, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 +
|-
 +
| [[Parkland Hutterite Colony (Parkland, Alberta, Canada)|Parkland]]||Nanton, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 +
|-
 +
| [[Parkview Hutterite Colony (Riding Mountain, Manitoba, Canada)|Parkview]]||Riding Mountain, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Peace View Hutterite Colony (Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada)|Peace View]]||Farmington, BC||Dariusleut
 
| [[Peace View Hutterite Colony (Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada)|Peace View]]||Farmington, BC||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pearl Creek Hutterite Colony (Iroquois, South Dakota, USA)|Pearl Creek]]||Iroquois, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Pearl Creek Hutterite Colony (Iroquois, South Dakota, USA)|Pearl Creek]]||Iroquois, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pembina Hutterite Colony (Darlingford, Manitoba, Canada)|Pembina]]||Darlingford, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Pembina Hutterite Colony (Darlingford, Manitoba, Canada)|Pembina]]||Darlingford, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pembrook Hutterite Colony (Ipswich, South Dakota, USA)|Pembrook]]||Ipswich, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Pembrook Hutterite Colony (Ipswich, South Dakota, USA)|Pembrook]]||Ipswich, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pennant Hutterite Colony (Pennant, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Pennant]]||Pennant, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Pennant Hutterite Colony (Pennant, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Pennant]]||Pennant, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pibroch Hutterite Colony (Westlock, Alberta, Canada)|Pibroch]]||Westlock, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Pibroch Hutterite Colony (Westlock, Alberta, Canada)|Pibroch]]||Westlock, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pincher Creek Hutterite Colony (Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada)|Pincher Creek]]||Pincher Creek, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Pincher Creek Hutterite Colony (Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada)|Pincher Creek]]||Pincher Creek, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pine Creek Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Pine Creek]]||Austin, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Pine Creek Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Pine Creek]]||Austin, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pine Haven Hutterite Colony (Westaskiwin, Alberta, Canada)|Pine Haven]]||Wetaskiwin, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Pine Haven Hutterite Colony (Westaskiwin, Alberta, Canada)|Pine Haven]]||Wetaskiwin, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pine Hill Hutterite Colony (Penhold, Alberta, Canada)|Pine Hill]]||Red Deer, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Pine Hill Hutterite Colony (Penhold, Alberta, Canada)|Pine Hill]]||Red Deer, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pineland Hutterite Colony (Piney, Manitoba, Canada)|Pineland]]||Piney, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Pineland Hutterite Colony (Piney, Manitoba, Canada)|Pineland]]||Piney, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Plain Lake Hutterite Colony (Two Hills, Alberta, Canada)|Plain Lake]]||Two Hills, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Plain Lake Hutterite Colony (Two Hills, Alberta, Canada)|Plain Lake]]||Two Hills, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Plainview]]||Warner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Plainview]]||Warner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Elkhorn, Manitoba, Canada)|Plainview]]||Elkhorn, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Elkhorn, Manitoba, Canada)|Plainview]]||Elkhorn, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Leola, South Dakota, USA)|Plainview]]||Leola, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Plainview Hutterite Colony (Leola, South Dakota, USA)|Plainview]]||Leola, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Platte Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Platte]]||Platte, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Platte Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Platte]]||Platte, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Clive, Alberta, Canada)|Pleasant Valley]]||Clive, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Clive, Alberta, Canada)|Pleasant Valley]]||Clive, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Belt, Montana, USA)|Pleasant Valley]]||Belt, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Belt, Montana, USA)|Pleasant Valley]]||Belt, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Flandreau, South Dakota, USA)|Pleasant Valley]]||Flandreau, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Pleasant Valley Hutterite Colony (Flandreau, South Dakota, USA)|Pleasant Valley]]||Flandreau, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Poinsett Hutterite Colony (Estelline, South Dakota, USA)|Poinsett]]||Estelline, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Poinsett Hutterite Colony (Estelline, South Dakota, USA)|Poinsett]]||Estelline, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Pondera Hutterite Colony (Valier, Montana, USA)|Pondera]]||Valier, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Pondera Hutterite Colony (Valier, Montana, USA)|Pondera]]||Valier, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ponderosa Hutterite Colony (Grassy Lake, Alberta, Canada)|Ponderosa]]||Grassy Lake, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Ponderosa Hutterite Colony (Grassy Lake, Alberta, Canada)|Ponderosa]]||Grassy Lake, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ponteix Hutterite Colony (Ponteix, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Ponteix]]||Ponteix, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Ponteix Hutterite Colony (Ponteix, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Ponteix]]||Ponteix, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Poplar Point Hutterite Colony (Poplar Point, Manitoba, Canada)|Poplar Point]]||Portage La Prairie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Poplar Point Hutterite Colony (Poplar Point, Manitoba, Canada)|Poplar Point]]||Portage La Prairie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Prairie Blossom Hutterite Colony (Balmoral, Manitoba, Canada)|Prairie Blossom]]||Stonewall, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Prairie Blossom Hutterite Colony (Balmoral, Manitoba, Canada)|Prairie Blossom]]||Stonewall, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Prairie Elk Hutterite Colony (Wolf Point, Montana, USA)|Prairie Elk]]||Wolf Point, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Prairie Elk Hutterite Colony (Wolf Point, Montana, USA)|Prairie Elk]]||Wolf Point, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Prairie Home Hutterite Colony (Conrad, Alberta, Canada)|Prairie Home]]||Wrentham, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Prairie Home Hutterite Colony (Conrad, Alberta, Canada)|Prairie Home]]||Wrentham, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Prairie View Hutterite Colony (Sibbald, Alberta, Canada)|Prairie View]]||Sibbald, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Prairie View Hutterite Colony (Sibbald, Alberta, Canada)|Prairie View]]||Sibbald, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Quill Lake Hutterite Colony (Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Quill Lake]]||Quill Lake, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Quill Lake Hutterite Colony (Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Quill Lake]]||Quill Lake, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rainbow Hutterite Colony (Innisfail, Alberta, Canada)|Rainbow]]||Innisfail, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Rainbow Hutterite Colony (Innisfail, Alberta, Canada)|Rainbow]]||Innisfail, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Raymore Hutterite Colony (Raymore, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Raymore]]||Raymore, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Raymore Hutterite Colony (Raymore, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Raymore]]||Raymore, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Red Willow Hutterite Colony (Stettler, Alberta, Canada)|Red Willow]]||Stettler, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Red Willow Hutterite Colony (Stettler, Alberta, Canada)|Red Willow]]||Stettler, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Red Willow Hutterite Colony (Toronto, South Dakota, USA)|Red Willow]]||White, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Red Willow Hutterite Colony (Toronto, South Dakota, USA)|Red Willow]]||White, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ribstone Hutterite Colony (Edgerton, Alberta, Canada)|Ribstone]]||Edgerton, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Ribstone Hutterite Colony (Edgerton, Alberta, Canada)|Ribstone]]||Edgerton, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ridge Valley Hutterite Colony (Crooked Creek, Alberta, Canada)|Ridge Valley]]||Crooked Creek, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Ridge Valley Hutterite Colony (Crooked Creek, Alberta, Canada)|Ridge Valley]]||Crooked Creek, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ridgeland Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Ridgeland]]||Hussar, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Ridgeland Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Ridgeland]]||Hussar, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ridgeland Hutterite Colony (Dugald, Manitoba, Canada)|Ridgeland]]||Dugald, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Ridgeland Hutterite Colony (Dugald, Manitoba, Canada)|Ridgeland]]||Dugald, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ridgeville Hutterite Colony (Ridgeville, Manitoba, Canada)|Ridgeville]]||Ridgeville, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Ridgeville Hutterite Colony (Ridgeville, Manitoba, Canada)|Ridgeville]]||Ridgeville, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rimrock Hutterite Colony (Sunburst, Montana, USA)|Rimrock]]||Sunburst, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rimrock Hutterite Colony (Sunburst, Montana, USA)|Rimrock]]||Sunburst, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[River Road Hutterite Colony (Milk River, Alberta, Canada)|River Road]]||Milk River, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[River Road Hutterite Colony (Milk River, Alberta, Canada)|River Road]]||Milk River, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Mossleigh, Alberta, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Mossleigh, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Mossleigh, Alberta, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Mossleigh, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Carberry, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Carberry, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Carberry, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Carberry, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Waldheim, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Waldheim, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Riverbend Hutterite Colony (Waldheim, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Riverbend]]||Waldheim, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverdale Hutterite Colony (Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverdale]]||Gladstone, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Riverdale Hutterite Colony (Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverdale]]||Gladstone, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Glenwood, Alberta, Canada)|Riverside]]||Ft. Macleod, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Glenwood, Alberta, Canada)|Riverside]]||Ft. Macleod, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Arden, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverside]]||Arden, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Arden, Manitoba, Canada)|Riverside]]||Arden, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Huron, South Dakota, USA)|Riverside]]||Huron, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Riverside Hutterite Colony (Huron, South Dakota, USA)|Riverside]]||Huron, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverview Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Riverview]]||Chester, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Riverview Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Riverview]]||Chester, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Riverview Hutterite Colony (Warman, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Riverview]]||Saskatoon, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Riverview Hutterite Colony (Warman, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Riverview]]||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rock Lake Hutterite Colony (Coaldale, Alberta, Canada)|Rock Lake]]||Coaldale, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rock Lake Hutterite Colony (Coaldale, Alberta, Canada)|Rock Lake]]||Coaldale, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rock Lake Hutterite Colony (Gross Isle, Manitoba, Canada)|Rock Lake]]||Grosse Isle, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rock Lake Hutterite Colony (Gross Isle, Manitoba, Canada)|Rock Lake]]||Grosse Isle, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Rockport]]||Magrath, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Magrath, Alberta, Canada)|Rockport]]||Magrath, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Pendroy, Montana, USA)|Rockport]]||Pendroy, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Pendroy, Montana, USA)|Rockport]]||Pendroy, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Rockport]]||Alexandria, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Rockport]]||Alexandria, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| Roland||White, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| Roland||White, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rolling Acres Hutterite Colony (Eden, Manitoba, Canada)|Rolling Acres]]||Eden, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rolling Acres Hutterite Colony (Eden, Manitoba, Canada)|Rolling Acres]]||Eden, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosalind Hutterite Colony (Rosalind, Alberta, Canada)|Rosalind]]||Camrose, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rosalind Hutterite Colony (Rosalind, Alberta, Canada)|Rosalind]]||Camrose, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rose Glen Hutterite Colony (Hilda, Alberta, Canada)|Rose Glen]]||Hilda, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rose Glen Hutterite Colony (Hilda, Alberta, Canada)|Rose Glen]]||Hilda, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rose Valley Hutterite Colony (Graysville, Manitoba, Canada)|Rose Valley]]||Graysville, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rose Valley Hutterite Colony (Graysville, Manitoba, Canada)|Rose Valley]]||Graysville, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rose Valley Hutterite Colony (Verwood, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Rose Valley]]||Assiniboia, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rose Valley Hutterite Colony (Verwood, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Rose Valley]]||Assiniboia, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosebank Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Rosebank]]||Miami, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rosebank Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Rosebank]]||Miami, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosebud Hutterite Colony (Rosebud, Alberta, Canada)|Rosebud]]||Rockyford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Rosebud Hutterite Colony (Rosebud, Alberta, Canada)|Rosebud]]||Rockyford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Rosedale]]||Etzikom, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Rosedale]]||Etzikom, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Rosedale]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Rosedale]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Mitchell, South Dakota, USA)|Rosedale]]||Mitchell, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rosedale Hutterite Colony (Mitchell, South Dakota, USA)|Rosedale]]||Mitchell, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rosetown Hutterite Colony (Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Rosetown]]||Rosetown, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Rosetown Hutterite Colony (Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Rosetown]]||Rosetown, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rustic Acres Hutterite Colony (Madison, South Dakota, USA)|Rustic Acres]]||Madison, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Rustic Acres Hutterite Colony (Madison, South Dakota, USA)|Rustic Acres]]||Madison, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sage Creek Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Sage Creek]]||Chester, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sage Creek Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Sage Creek]]||Chester, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sand Lake Hutterite Colony (Orkney, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sand Lake]]||Val Marie, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sand Lake Hutterite Colony (Orkney, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sand Lake]]||Val Marie, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sandhills Hutterite Colony (Beiseker, Alberta, Canada)|Sandhills]]||Beiseker, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Sandhills Hutterite Colony (Beiseker, Alberta, Canada)|Sandhills]]||Beiseker, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Schoonover Hutterite Colony (Odessa, Washington, USA)|Schoonover]]||Odessa, WA||Dariusleut
+
| [[Schoonover Hutterite Colony (Odessa, Washington, USA)|Schoonover]]||Odessa, Washington||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Scotford Hutterite Colony (Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada)|Scotford]]||Fort Saskatchewan, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Scotford Hutterite Colony (Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada)|Scotford]]||Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Scott Hutterite Colony (Scott, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Scott]]||Scott, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Scott Hutterite Colony (Scott, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Scott]]||Scott, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Seville Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Seville]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Seville Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Seville]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shadow Ranch Hutterite Colony (Airdrie, Alberta, Canada)|Shadow Ranch]]||Champion, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Shadow Ranch Hutterite Colony (Airdrie, Alberta, Canada)|Shadow Ranch]]||Champion, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shady Lane Hutterite Colony (Wanham, Alberta, Canada)|Shady Lane]]||Wanham, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Shady Lane Hutterite Colony (Wanham, Alberta, Canada)|Shady Lane]]||Wanham, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shady Lane Hutterite Colony (Treherne, Manitoba, Canada)|Shady Lane]]||Treherne, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Shady Lane Hutterite Colony (Treherne, Manitoba, Canada)|Shady Lane]]||Treherne, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shamrock Hutterite Colony (Bow Island, Alberta, Canada)|Shamrock]]||Bow Island, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Shamrock Hutterite Colony (Bow Island, Alberta, Canada)|Shamrock]]||Bow Island, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shamrock Hutterite Colony (Carpenter, South Dakota, USA)|Shamrock]]||Carpenter, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Shamrock Hutterite Colony (Carpenter, South Dakota, USA)|Shamrock]]||Carpenter, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Shannon Hutterite Colony (Winfred, South Dakota, USA)|Shannon]]||Winfred, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Shannon Hutterite Colony (Winfred, South Dakota, USA)|Shannon]]||Winfred, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Silver Creek Hutterite Colony (Ferintosh, Alberta, Canada)|Silver Creek]]||Ferintoch, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Silver Creek Hutterite Colony (Ferintosh, Alberta, Canada)|Silver Creek]]||Ferintoch, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Silver Lake Hutterite Colony (Clark, South Dakota, USA)|Silver Lake]]||Clark, SD||Dariusleut
+
| [[Silver Lake Hutterite Colony (Clark, South Dakota, USA)|Silver Lake]]||Clark, South Dakota||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Silver Sage Hutterite Colony (Nemiskam, Alberta, Canada)|Silver Sage]]||Foremost, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Silver Sage Hutterite Colony (Nemiskam, Alberta, Canada)|Silver Sage]]||Foremost, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Silverwinds Hutterite Colony (Sperling, Manitoba, Canada)|Silverwinds]]||Sperling, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Silverwinds Hutterite Colony (Sperling, Manitoba, Canada)|Silverwinds]]||Sperling, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Simmie Hutterite Colony (Simmie, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Simmie]]||Admiral, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Simmie Hutterite Colony (Simmie, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Simmie]]||Admiral, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sky Light Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Sky Light]]||Vulcan, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sky Light Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Sky Light]]||Vulcan, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sky View Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Sky View]]||Miami, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Sky View Hutterite Colony (Miami, Manitoba, Canada)|Sky View]]||Miami, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Smiley Hutterite Colony (Smiley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Smiley]]||Smiley, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Smiley Hutterite Colony (Smiley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Smiley]]||Smiley, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Smoky Lake Hutterite Colony (Smoky Lake, Alberta, Canada)|Smoky Lake]]||Smoky Lake, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Smoky Lake Hutterite Colony (Smoky Lake, Alberta, Canada)|Smoky Lake]]||Smoky Lake, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sommerfeld Hutterite Colony (High Bluff, Manitoba, Canada)|Sommerfeld]]||High Bluff, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Sommerfeld Hutterite Colony (High Bluff, Manitoba, Canada)|Sommerfeld]]||High Bluff, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Souris River Hutterite Colony (Elgin, Manitoba, Canada)|Souris River]]||Elgin, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Souris River Hutterite Colony (Elgin, Manitoba, Canada)|Souris River]]||Elgin, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[South Bend Hutterite Colony (Alliance, Alberta, Canada)|South Bend]]||Alliance, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[South Bend Hutterite Colony (Alliance, Alberta, Canada)|South Bend]]||Alliance, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[South Peace Hutterite Colony (Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada)|South Peace]]||Farmington, BC||Dariusleut
 
| [[South Peace Hutterite Colony (Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada)|South Peace]]||Farmington, BC||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Southland Hutterite Colony (Herbert, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Southland]]||Herbert, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Southland Hutterite Colony (Herbert, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Southland]]||Herbert, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sovereign Hutterite Colony (Sovereign, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sovereign]]||Rosetown, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sovereign Hutterite Colony (Sovereign, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sovereign]]||Rosetown, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spink Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Spink]]||Frankfort, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spink Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Spink]]||Frankfort, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spokane Hutterite Colony (Reardan, Washington, USA)|Spokane]]||Reardan, WA||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spokane Hutterite Colony (Reardan, Washington, USA)|Spokane]]||Reardan, Washington||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Creek]]||Walsh, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Creek]]||Walsh, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|Spring Creek]]||Lewistown, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Lewistown, Montana, USA)|Spring Creek]]||Lewistown, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Forbes, North Dakota, USA)|Spring Creek]]||Forbes, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spring Creek Hutterite Colony (Forbes, North Dakota, USA)|Spring Creek]]||Forbes, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Hill Hutterite Colony (Springhill, Manitoba, Canada)|Spring Hill]]||Neepawa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Spring Hill Hutterite Colony (Springhill, Manitoba, Canada)|Spring Hill]]||Neepawa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Lake Hutterite Colony (Oldham, South Dakota, USA)|Spring Lake]]||Arlington, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spring Lake Hutterite Colony (Oldham, South Dakota, USA)|Spring Lake]]||Arlington, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Lake Hutterite Colony (McMahon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Lake]]||Swift Current, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Lake Hutterite Colony (McMahon, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Lake]]||Swift Current, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Point Hutterite Colony (Brocket, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Point]]||Pincher Creek, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Point Hutterite Colony (Brocket, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Point]]||Pincher Creek, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Prairie Hutterite Colony (Hawley, Minnesota, USA)|Spring Prairie]]||Hawley, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spring Prairie Hutterite Colony (Hawley, Minnesota, USA)|Spring Prairie]]||Hawley, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Ridge Hutterite Colony (Wainwright, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Ridge]]||Wainwright, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Ridge Hutterite Colony (Wainwright, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Ridge]]||Wainwright, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Side Hutterite Colony (Duchess, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Side]]||Duchess, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Spring Side Hutterite Colony (Duchess, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Side]]||Duchess, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Spring Coulee, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Valley]]||Spring Coulee, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Spring Coulee, Alberta, Canada)|Spring Valley]]||Spring Coulee, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Shilo, Manitoba, Canada)|Spring Valley]]||Brandon, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Shilo, Manitoba, Canada)|Spring Valley]]||Brandon, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Wessington Springs, South Dakota, USA)|Spring Valley]]||Wessington Springs, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Wessington Springs, South Dakota, USA)|Spring Valley]]||Wessington Springs, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring View Hutterite Colony (Gem, Alberta, Canada)|Spring View]]||Gem, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Spring View Hutterite Colony (Gem, Alberta, Canada)|Spring View]]||Gem, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Spring Water Hutterite Colony (Ruthilda, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Water]]||Ruthilda, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Spring Water Hutterite Colony (Ruthilda, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Spring Water]]||Ruthilda, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Springdale Hutterite Colony (White Sulpher Springs, Montana, USA)|Springdale]]||White Sulphur, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Springdale Hutterite Colony (White Sulpher Springs, Montana, USA)|Springdale]]||White Sulphur, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Springfield Hutterite Colony (Anola, Manitoba, Canada)|Springfield]]||Anola, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Springfield Hutterite Colony (Anola, Manitoba, Canada)|Springfield]]||Anola, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Springfield Hutterite Colony (Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Springfield]]||Kindersley, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Springfield Hutterite Colony (Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Springfield]]||Kindersley, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Springvale Hutterite Colony (Rockyford, Alberta, Canada)|Springvale]]||Rockyford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Springvale Hutterite Colony (Rockyford, Alberta, Canada)|Springvale]]||Rockyford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Springwater Hutterite Colony (Harlowton, Montana, USA)|Springwater]]||Harlowton, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Springwater Hutterite Colony (Harlowton, Montana, USA)|Springwater]]||Harlowton, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| Spruce Lane||Blanchard, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| Spruce Lane||Blanchard, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sprucewood Hutterite Colony (Brookdale, Manitoba, Canada)|Sprucewood]]||Brookdale, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Sprucewood Hutterite Colony (Brookdale, Manitoba, Canada)|Sprucewood]]||Brookdale, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Stahl Hutterite Colony (Ritzville, Washington, USA)|Stahl]]||Ritzville, WA||Dariusleut
+
| [[Stahl Hutterite Colony (Ritzville, Washington, USA)|Stahl]]||Ritzville, Washington||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Stahlville Hutterite Colony (Rockyford, Alberta, Canada)|Stahlville]]||Rockyford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Stahlville Hutterite Colony (Rockyford, Alberta, Canada)|Stahlville]]||Rockyford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Standard Hutterite Colony (Standard, Alberta, Canada)|Standard]]||Standard, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Standard Hutterite Colony (Standard, Alberta, Canada)|Standard]]||Standard, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Standoff Hutterite Colony (Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada)|Standoff]]||Ft. Macleod, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Standoff Hutterite Colony (Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada)|Standoff]]||Ft. Macleod, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Stanfield Hutterite Colony (Stanfield, Oregon, USA)|Stanfield]]||Stanfield, OR||Dariusleut
+
| [[Stanfield Hutterite Colony (Stanfield, Oregon, USA)|Stanfield]]||Stanfield, Oregon||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Star City Hutterite Colony (Star City, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Star City]]||Star City, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Star City Hutterite Colony (Star City, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Star City]]||Star City, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Starbrite Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Starbrite]]||Foremost, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Starbrite Hutterite Colony (Foremost, Alberta, Canada)|Starbrite]]||Foremost, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Starland Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Starland]]||Drumheller, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Starland Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Starland]]||Drumheller, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Starland Hutterite Colony (Gibbon, Minnesota, USA)|Starland]]||Gibbon, MN||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Starland Hutterite Colony (Gibbon, Minnesota, USA)|Starland]]||Gibbon, Minnesota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Starlite Hutterite Colony (Starbuck, Manitoba, Canada)|Starlite]]||Starbuck, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Starlite Hutterite Colony (Starbuck, Manitoba, Canada)|Starlite]]||Starbuck, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)|Sturgeon Creek]]||Headingley, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)|Sturgeon Creek]]||Headingley, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Suncrest Hutterite Colony (Coronation, Alberta, Canada)|Suncrest]]||Castor, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Suncrest Hutterite Colony (Coronation, Alberta, Canada)|Suncrest]]||Castor, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Suncrest Hutterite Colony (Kleefeld, Manitoba, Canada)|Suncrest]]||Tourond, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Suncrest Hutterite Colony (Kleefeld, Manitoba, Canada)|Suncrest]]||Tourond, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sundale Hutterite Colony (Milnor, North Dakota, USA)|Sundale]]||Milnor, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Sundale Hutterite Colony (Milnor, North Dakota, USA)|Sundale]]||Milnor, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunny Bend Hutterite Colony (Westlock, Alberta, Canada)|Sunny Bend]]||Westlock, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Sunny Bend Hutterite Colony (Westlock, Alberta, Canada)|Sunny Bend]]||Westlock, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunny Brook Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Sunny Brook]]||Chester, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sunny Brook Hutterite Colony (Chester, Montana, USA)|Sunny Brook]]||Chester, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunny Dale Hutterite Colony (Arelee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sunny Dale]]||Perdue, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Sunny Dale Hutterite Colony (Arelee, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Sunny Dale]]||Perdue, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunny Site Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Sunny Site]]||Warner, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sunny Site Hutterite Colony (Warner, Alberta, Canada)|Sunny Site]]||Warner, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunnyside Hutterite Colony (Newton Siding, Manitoba, Canada)|Sunnyside]]||Newton Siding, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Sunnyside Hutterite Colony (Newton Siding, Manitoba, Canada)|Sunnyside]]||Newton Siding, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunrise Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Sunrise]]||Etzikom, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Sunrise Hutterite Colony (Etzikom, Alberta, Canada)|Sunrise]]||Etzikom, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunset Hutterite Colony (Britton, South Dakota, USA)|Sunset]]||Britton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Sunset Hutterite Colony (Britton, South Dakota, USA)|Sunset]]||Britton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sunshine Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Sunshine]]||Hussar, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Sunshine Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Sunshine]]||Hussar, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Surprise Creek Hutterite Colony (Stanford, Montana, USA)|Surprise Creek]]||Stanford, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Surprise Creek Hutterite Colony (Stanford, Montana, USA)|Surprise Creek]]||Stanford, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Swift Current Hutterite Colony (Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Swift Current]]||Swift Current, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Swift Current Hutterite Colony (Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Swift Current]]||Swift Current, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Thompson Hutterite Colony (Glenwood, Alberta, Canada)|Thompson]]||Ft. Macleod, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Thompson Hutterite Colony (Glenwood, Alberta, Canada)|Thompson]]||Ft. Macleod, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Three Hills Hutterite Colony (Three Hills, Alberta, Canada)|Three Hills]]||Three Hills, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Three Hills Hutterite Colony (Three Hills, Alberta, Canada)|Three Hills]]||Three Hills, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Thunderbird Hutterite Colony (Norbeck, South Dakota, USA)|Thunderbird]]||Faulkton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Thunderbird Hutterite Colony (Norbeck, South Dakota, USA)|Thunderbird]]||Faulkton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tofield Hutterite Colony (Tofield, Alberta, Canada)|Tofield]], AB||Tofield, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Tofield Hutterite Colony (Tofield, Alberta, Canada)|Tofield]], Alberta||Tofield, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tompkins Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Sasakatchewan, Canada)|Tompkins]]||Tompkins, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Tompkins Hutterite Colony (Tompkins, Sasakatchewan, Canada)|Tompkins]]||Tompkins, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Treesbank Hutterite Colony (Wawanesa, Manitoba, Canada)|Treesbank]]||Wawanesa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Treesbank Hutterite Colony (Wawanesa, Manitoba, Canada)|Treesbank]]||Wawanesa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Trileaf Hutterite Colony (Baldur, Manitoba, Canada)|Trileaf]]||Baldur, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Trileaf Hutterite Colony (Baldur, Manitoba, Canada)|Trileaf]]||Baldur, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tschetter Hutterite Colony (Irricana, Alberta, Canada)|Tschetter]]||Irricana, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Tschetter Hutterite Colony (Irricana, Alberta, Canada)|Tschetter]]||Irricana, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tschetter Hutterite Colony (Olivet, South Dakota, USA)|Tschetter]]||Olivet, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Tschetter Hutterite Colony (Olivet, South Dakota, USA)|Tschetter]]||Olivet, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Turin Hutterite Colony (Turin, Alberta, Canada)|Turin]]||Turin, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Turin Hutterite Colony (Turin, Alberta, Canada)|Turin]]||Turin, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Turner Hutterite Colony (Turner, Montana, USA)|Turner]]||Turner, MT||Dariusleut
+
| [[Turner Hutterite Colony (Turner, Montana, USA)|Turner]]||Turner, Montana||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twilight Hutterite Colony (Falher, Alberta, Canada)|Twilight]]||Falher, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Twilight Hutterite Colony (Falher, Alberta, Canada)|Twilight]]||Falher, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twilight Hutterite Colony (Carberry Junction, Manitoba, Canada)|Twilight]]||Neepawa, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Twilight Hutterite Colony (Carberry Junction, Manitoba, Canada)|Twilight]]||Neepawa, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twin Creek Hutterite Colony (Standard, Alberta, Canada)|Twin Creek]]||Standard, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Twin Creek Hutterite Colony (Standard, Alberta, Canada)|Twin Creek]]||Standard, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twin Hills Hutterite Colony (Carter, Montana, USA)|Twin Hills]]||Carter, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Twin Hills Hutterite Colony (Carter, Montana, USA)|Twin Hills]]||Carter, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twin Rivers Hutterite Colony (Manning, Alberta, Canada)|Twin Rivers]]||Manning, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Twin Rivers Hutterite Colony (Manning, Alberta, Canada)|Twin Rivers]]||Manning, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Upland Hutterite Colony (Letcher, South Dakota, USA)|Upland]]||Artesian, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Upland Hutterite Colony (Letcher, South Dakota, USA)|Upland]]||Artesian, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Valley Centre Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Valley Centre]]||Biggar, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Valley Centre Hutterite Colony (Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Valley Centre]]||Biggar, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Valley View Hutterite Colony (Linden, Alberta, Canada)|Valley View]]||Torrington, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Valley View Hutterite Colony (Linden, Alberta, Canada)|Valley View]]||Torrington, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Valley View Hutterite Colony (Swan Lake, Manitoba, Canada)|Valley View]]||Swan Lake, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Valley View Hutterite Colony (Swan Lake, Manitoba, Canada)|Valley View]]||Swan Lake, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Valleyview Ranch Hutterite Colony (Valley View, Alberta, Canada)|Valleyview Ranch]]||Valley View, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Valleyview Ranch Hutterite Colony (Valley View, Alberta, Canada)|Valleyview Ranch]]||Valley View, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Vanguard Hutterite Colony (Vanguard, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Vanguard]]||Vanguard, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Vanguard Hutterite Colony (Vanguard, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Vanguard]]||Vanguard, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Vegreville Hutterite Colony (Vegreville, Alberta, Canada)|Vegreville]]||Vegreville, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Vegreville Hutterite Colony (Vegreville, Alberta, Canada)|Vegreville]]||Vegreville, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Verdant Valley Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Verdant Valley]]||Drumheller, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Verdant Valley Hutterite Colony (Drumheller, Alberta, Canada)|Verdant Valley]]||Drumheller, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Vermillion Hutterite Colony (Sanford, Manitoba, Canada)|Vermillion]]||Sanford, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Vermillion Hutterite Colony (Sanford, Manitoba, Canada)|Vermillion]]||Sanford, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Veteran Hutterite Colony (Veteran, Alberta, Canada)|Veteran]]||Veteran, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Veteran Hutterite Colony (Veteran, Alberta, Canada)|Veteran]]||Veteran, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Viking Hutterite Colony (Viking, Alberta, Canada)|Viking]]||Viking, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Viking Hutterite Colony (Viking, Alberta, Canada)|Viking]]||Viking, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Waldeck Hutterite Colony (Waldeck, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Waldeck]]||Swift Current, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Waldeck Hutterite Colony (Waldeck, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Waldeck]]||Swift Current, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Waldheim Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Waldheim]]||Elie, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Waldheim Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Waldheim]]||Elie, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Warburg Hutterite Colony (Warburg, Alberta, Canada)|Warburg]]||Warburg, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Warburg Hutterite Colony (Warburg, Alberta, Canada)|Warburg]]||Warburg, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Warden Hutterite Colony (Warden, Washington, USA)|Warden]]||Warden, WA||Dariusleut
+
| [[Warden Hutterite Colony (Warden, Washington, USA)|Warden]]||Warden, Washington||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Waterton Hutterite Colony (Hillspring, Alberta, Canada)|Waterton]]||Hillspring, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Waterton Hutterite Colony (Hillspring, Alberta, Canada)|Waterton]]||Hillspring, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Webb Hutterite Colony (Webb, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Webb]]||Webb, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[Webb Hutterite Colony (Webb, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Webb]]||Webb, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wellwood Hutterite Colony (Ninette, Manitoba, Canada)|Wellwood]]||Ninette, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Wellwood Hutterite Colony (Ninette, Manitoba, Canada)|Wellwood]]||Ninette, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[West Bench Hutterite Colony (Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada)|West Bench]]||East End, SK||Dariusleut
+
| [[West Bench Hutterite Colony (Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada)|West Bench]]||East End, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[West Raley Hutterite Colony (Raley, Alberta, Canada)|West Raley]]||Cardston, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[West Raley Hutterite Colony (Raley, Alberta, Canada)|West Raley]]||Cardston, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Westroc Hutterite Colony (Westbourne, Manitoba, Canada)|Westroc]]||Westbourne, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Westroc Hutterite Colony (Westbourne, Manitoba, Canada)|Westroc]]||Westbourne, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Westwood Hutterite Colony (Britton, South Dakota, USA)|Westwood]]||Britton, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Westwood Hutterite Colony (Britton, South Dakota, USA)|Westwood]]||Britton, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Tudor, Alberta, Canada)|Wheatland]]||Rockyford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Tudor, Alberta, Canada)|Wheatland]]||Rockyford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Tower City, North Dakota, USA)|Wheatland]]||Tower City, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Tower City, North Dakota, USA)|Wheatland]]||Tower City, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Shackleton, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Wheatland]]||Cabri, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Wheatland Hutterite Colony (Shackleton, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Wheatland]]||Cabri, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[White Lake Hutterite Colony (Nobleford, Alberta, Canada)|White Lake]]||Nobleford, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[White Lake Hutterite Colony (Nobleford, Alberta, Canada)|White Lake]]||Nobleford, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[White Rock Hutterite Colony (White Rock, South Dakota, USA)|White Rock]]||Rosholt, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[White Rock Hutterite Colony (White Rock, South Dakota, USA)|White Rock]]||Rosholt, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Whiteshell Hutterite Colony (River Hills, Manitoba, Canada)|Whiteshell]]||River Hills, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Whiteshell Hutterite Colony (River Hills, Manitoba, Canada)|Whiteshell]]||River Hills, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wild Rose Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Wild Rose]]||Vulcan, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Wild Rose Hutterite Colony (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)|Wild Rose]]||Vulcan, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Willow Creek Hutterite Colony (Claresholm, Alberta, Canada)|Willow Creek]]||Claresholm, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Willow Creek Hutterite Colony (Claresholm, Alberta, Canada)|Willow Creek]]||Claresholm, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Willow Creek Hutterite Colony (Cartwright, Manitoba, Canada)|Willow Creek]]||Cartwright, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Willow Creek Hutterite Colony (Cartwright, Manitoba, Canada)|Willow Creek]]||Cartwright, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Willow Park Hutterite Colony (Tessier, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Willow Park]]||Tessier, SK||Dariusleut
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| [[Willow Park Hutterite Colony (Tessier, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Willow Park]]||Tessier, Saskatchewan||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Willowbank Hutterite Colony (Edgeley, North Dakota, USA)|Willowbank]]||Edgeley, ND||Schmiedeleut Group 2
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| [[Willowbank Hutterite Colony (Edgeley, North Dakota, USA)|Willowbank]]||Edgeley, North Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wilson Siding Hutterite Colony (Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada)|Wilson Siding]]||Coaldale, AB||Dariusleut
+
| [[Wilson Siding Hutterite Colony (Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada)|Wilson Siding]]||Coaldale, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Windy Bay Hutterite Colony (Swan Lake, Manitoba, Canada)|Windy Bay]]||Pilot Mound, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Windy Bay Hutterite Colony (Swan Lake, Manitoba, Canada)|Windy Bay]]||Pilot Mound, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wingham Hutterite Colony (Wingham, Manitoba, Canada)|Wingham]]||Elm Creek, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 1
+
| [[Wingham Hutterite Colony (Wingham, Manitoba, Canada)|Wingham]]||Elm Creek, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 1
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Winnifred Hutterite Colony (Bow Island, Alberta, Canada)|Winnifred]]||Medicine Hat, AB||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Winnifred Hutterite Colony (Bow Island, Alberta, Canada)|Winnifred]]||Medicine Hat, Alberta||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wintering Hills Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Wintering Hills]]||Hussar, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Wintering Hills Hutterite Colony (Hussar, Alberta, Canada)|Wintering Hills]]||Hussar, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wolf Creek Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Wolf Creek]]||Stirling, AB||Dariusleut
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| [[Wolf Creek Hutterite Colony (New Dayton, Alberta, Canada)|Wolf Creek]]||Stirling, Alberta||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wolf Creek Hutterite Colony (Freeman, South Dakota, USA)|Wolf Creek]]||Olivet, SD||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Wolf Creek Hutterite Colony (Freeman, South Dakota, USA)|Wolf Creek]]||Olivet, South Dakota||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wollman Ranch Hutterite Colony (Elgin, North Dakota, USA)|Wollman Ranch]]||Elgin, ND||Dariusleut
+
| [[Wollman Ranch Hutterite Colony (Elgin, North Dakota, USA)|Wollman Ranch]]||Elgin, North Dakota||Dariusleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Woodland Hutterite Colony (Poplar Point, Manitoba, Canada)|Woodland]]||Poplar Point, MB||Schmiedeleut Group 2
+
| [[Woodland Hutterite Colony (Poplar Point, Manitoba, Canada)|Woodland]]||Poplar Point, Manitoba||Schmiedeleut Group 2
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Wymark Hutterite Colony (Vanguard, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Wymark]]||Vanguard, SK||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Wymark Hutterite Colony (Vanguard, Saskatchewan, Canada)|Wymark]]||Vanguard, Saskatchewan||Lehrerleut
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Zenith Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Zenith]]||Cut Bank, MT||Lehrerleut
+
| [[Zenith Hutterite Colony (Cut Bank, Montana, USA)|Zenith]]||Cut Bank, Montana||Lehrerleut
 
|}
 
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Ehrenpreis, Andreas and Claus Felbinger. <em>Brotherly Community, the Highest Command of Love.</em> Rifton, NY: Plough, 1978: two important Anabaptist documents of 1650 and 1560, with introd. by Robert Friedmann.
 
Ehrenpreis, Andreas and Claus Felbinger. <em>Brotherly Community, the Highest Command of Love.</em> Rifton, NY: Plough, 1978: two important Anabaptist documents of 1650 and 1560, with introd. by Robert Friedmann.
  
Fischer, Hans. <em>Jakob Hutter, </em><em>Leben, Frömmigkeit und Briefe. </em>Newton, KS, 1957.
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Fischer, Hans. <em>Jakob Hutter, Leben, Frömmigkeit und Briefe. </em>Newton, KS, 1957.
  
 
Friedmann, Robert. "Comprehensive Review of. Research on the Hutterites, 1880-1950." <em>Mennonite Quarterly Review </em>24 (1950): 353-363.
 
Friedmann, Robert. "Comprehensive Review of. Research on the Hutterites, 1880-1950." <em>Mennonite Quarterly Review </em>24 (1950): 353-363.
  
Friedmann, Robert. "Die Briefe der österreichischen Täufer." <em>Archiv </em><em>für Reformation-Geschichte </em>26 (1929): 30-80, 161-187, with extensive bibliography.
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Friedmann, Robert. "Die Briefe der österreichischen Täufer." <em>Archiv für Reformation-Geschichte </em>26 (1929): 30-80, 161-187, with extensive bibliography.
  
 
Friedmann, Robert. "The Christian Communism of the Hutterian Brethren." <em>Archiv für Reformation-Geschichte </em>(1955).
 
Friedmann, Robert. "The Christian Communism of the Hutterian Brethren." <em>Archiv für Reformation-Geschichte </em>(1955).

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Contents

[edit] 1955 Article

[edit] Introduction

Map 1: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Moravia, Slovakia & Transylvania.
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 858.

The Hutterian Brethren, also called Hutterites, the Austrian branch of the great Anabaptist movement of the 16th century, was characterized by the practice of community of goods, as first established in Moravia in 1529 and re-established on more solid grounds by Jakob Hutter in 1533. In contradistinction to the other Anabaptist groups the Hutterites had the unique chance to develop their communal life in comparatively peaceful Moravia where, due to a predominantly Slavic surrounding, they lived in relative isolation from the rest of the world. Thus a rich group life developed with a strong sense for their own history. Remarkable is also their extensive manuscript literature (devotional and historical) which made it possible that their teachings and their history, particularly of the beginnings, should become better known than those of any other group of the Anabaptist movement except the Dutch.

[edit] Early Development

The 1520s saw a lively spread of Anabaptism throughout the Hapsburg territories, Tyrol, Austria, Carinthia, etc. In Tyrol in particular Anabaptism was by far the strongest trend, and remained so until far into the second half of the 16th century, in spite of a government which ruthlessly fought all "heretics" wherever they could be ferreted out. It was here that Georg Blaurock of Switzerland worked successfully as a missioner until his early martyrdom in 1529. Persecutions were extremely bloody. One source (Kirchmaier, 487) claimed that prior to 1530 no less than one thousand had been executed, and that the stakes were burning all along the Inn Valley. Yet the number of Anabaptists only grew. Soon the news became known that Moravia (and in particular the manorial estate Nikolsburg of the lords of Liechtenstein) was a haven for all sectarians. Here Hubmaier could freely write and print his new ideas concerning adult baptism. In fact, one of the Liechtensteins himself accepted baptism upon faith. Also other manorial lords showed sympathy and toleration, perhaps due to the fact that this country had seen the Hussites (now called Piccards) for nearly a century, and allowed complete freedom of conscience to practically all sorts of beliefs. Naturally from then on a continuous stream of Anabaptists moved toward this "promised land," from Tyrol as well as from other Hapsburg lands, but also from South Germany, Bavaria, Württemberg, Hesse, and even from Switzerland.

Map 2: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Moravia, 1530-1622.
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 860

In 1528 the nonresistant group, called "Stäbler" (staff-bearers), moved away from Nikolsburg, then the center of the opposing group, the "Schwertler" (sword-bearers, the Hubmaier followers), who, however, soon died out. Compelled by the emergency situation, the need of taking care of the many indigent brethren, they pooled all their possessions and money in the manner of the first church in Jerusalem. But this act was at first not understood as a definite step toward complete community of goods comprising both consumption and production. This development came but slowly step by step. The first leader was Jacob Wiedemann, the "one-eyed one"; later leaders were Siegmund Schützinger, Jörg Zaunring, and Gabriel Ascherham (for details see Moravia, Nikolsburg, also Auspitz and Austerlitz). The groups around 1529-1533 lived by no means in brotherly harmony; local quarrels over leadership and form of community-life marred these first years in Moravia. Jakob Hutter, an Anabaptist from Tyrol who had visited the Moravian brotherhoods in 1529, and who worried much about these conditions, first sent his emissary, Jörg Zaunring, but eventually decided to leave Tyrol and to try for himself to settle these disputes and rivalries, and to establish more evangelical foundations. Details of this intricate story cannot be told here, but it soon became obvious that Hutter was by far the strongest leader of all. In 1533 the evangelical (nonresistant) Anabaptists of Moravia broke up into three groups: (a) Those who accepted Jacob Hutter's leadership and (according to his organization) complete community of goods, called themselves from now on Hutterische Brüder. Hutter, himself a very strong prophetic and charismatic leader, had given to this group such definite foundations that it could survive and, in spite of many ups and downs, preserve its basic principles through more than four centuries, (b) The Philippites, named after Philipp Plener or Blauärmel, a Württemberger, This group left Moravia already in 1535 during the first bitter days of persecution. They returned through Austria to South Germany. On their way many were imprisoned in Passau (see Ausbund), while others decided to stay in Upper Austria where still in the 1530s Peter Riedemann visited them and managed eventually a merger with the Hutterian Brethren. This group stressed the suffering church in particular and with it Gelassenheit (see also Hans Haffner). (c) The Gabrielites, named after Gabriel Ascherham. They, too, soon moved out of Moravia back to Silesia, Ascherham's home country. But soon they became disappointed with their leader, who tended more and more toward a vague spiritualism. Between 1542 and 1545 most of these Gabrielites returned and likewise merged with the Hutterites. (The doctrinal basis for this is contained in a document inserted in the Geschicht-Buch, Wolkan, 197-200, "Der Gabrieler Vereinigung mit uns.")

Other groups of evangelical Anabaptists in Moravia who did not accept community of goods were given the general name "Swiss Brethren," even though they did not come from Switzerland. Also a small group of followers of Pilgram Marpeck were found in Southern Moravia under the leadership of Leopold Scharnschlager. Yet these groups later disappeared, while the Hutterian Brethren managed to maintain themselves through all early hardships and local persecutions.

Hutterite family as illustrated in Erhard's 1588 Historia.
Scan courtesy Mennonite Church USA Archives-Goshen X-31.1, Box 17/30

This may have been due to a large extent to a remarkable number of outstanding leaders: Ulrich Stadler of Tyrol, Hans Amon of Bavaria, Peter Riedemann of Silesia, Peter Walpot of Tyrol, Klaus Braidl of Hesse, not to mention the long array of other brethren, most of whom died as martyrs or suffered long years of imprisonment. Although "expelled" from Moravia more than once upon mandates by Ferdinand (the later emperor), they yet somehow succeeded in finding the sympathy of the manorial lords, who quickly recognized their value as craftsmen and tillers of the soil. Many of these lords were either Protestants or at least in sympathy with the Reformation, and proud of their quasi-independence from the government in Vienna. And thus Moravia remained the one stable place in this century of intolerance and suffering. In 1546 the Brethren also moved east across the border into adjacent Slovakia (then a part of Hungary) where the influence of the Hapsburgs was still weaker, and where a good many of the lords belonged to the Reformed faith.

Jakob Hutter was a leader for only two years (1533-1535); he returned to Tyrol where eventually he too fell into the hands of his persecutors. In February 1536 he was martyred. Hans Amon thereupon became the Vorsteher or head bishop of the brotherhood, 1536-1542, being a strong and inspiring leader. In this time organized missionary activities of the brethren set in, perhaps the first such in all of Europe. Missioners (Sendboten) were sent out to many places (knowing quite well the fate ahead of them; 80 per cent of them died a martyr's death), and those in the throes of death were comforted by epistles and visiting brethren (e.g., the case of the 140 Falkenstein Brethren who were sent to Trieste to become galley slaves, 1539-1540). One of the strongest missioners of this time was Peter Riedemann, who went more than once to Upper Austria and to Hesse. While in jail in Hesse (1540-1542), he drew up that outstanding document which from now on became the very symbolic book of the brotherhood, the Account of Our Religion (Rechenschaft) 1540 (printed 1565, and again in the 19th and 20th century). In 1542-1556 he shared the leadership of the brotherhood with Leonhard Lanzenstiel or Seiler.

Map 3: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Slovakia
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 861

[edit] The Golden Period

While elsewhere persecution intensified (Anabaptism had died out by the middle of the 16th century in the Hapsburg domain except Tyrol; it declined in Bavaria and other German lands), in Moravia on the contrary it experienced now a kind of flowering. This was particularly true during the reign of Emperor Maximilian II (1564-1576), himself rather in sympathy with Protestantism, hence averse to any harsh measures. The Brethren speak of the "Good Period" (about 1554-1565) and of the "Golden Period" (1565-1590 or 95). Although the Jesuits had been admitted in Hapsburg territories since about 1550-1560, they did not find full influence in Moravia until the end of the century. It is true that Nikolsburg had changed hands; the Dietrichsteins bought it in 1575, but even though they were more in sympathy with the Counter-Reformation, the Brethren could still persist here, too, relatively peacefully, until the coming of the Cardinal Franz von Dietrichstein in 1599, the very head of the Catholic party.

Map 4: Hutterite Bruderhofs in Ukraine, 1770-1874
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 861

During the Golden Period the Brethren, now well established all over southern Moravia and Slovakia, found a particularly strong leader in Peter Walpot, a Tyrolean, who led the group in 1565-1578, and whose activities added much to further consolidate the brotherhood. A number of regulations were drawn up, both for the general conduct of the brotherhood and for the different crafts or trades. The schools of the Brethren were organized on better defined grounds. Doctrinal and polemic writings (mostly anonymous) were drawn up (such as the great Article Book, the Handbüchlein, the book called Anschlag und Fürwenden, etc.). A rich correspondence with missionaries all over the countries of German tongue came in and went out (carefully recorded in a Schreibstube or scriptorium); the great Geschicht-Buch was then begun by Kaspar Braitmichel on the basis of archival material collected almost from the very beginning. In short, it was the peak of Hutterite history. It has been estimated that in Moravia and Slovakia together there existed at that time about one hundred Bruderhofs or farm colonies, with a population estimated at between 20,000 and 30,000. (Certain estimates go as high as 70,000, but that figure is most unlikely.) (See the accompanying maps.) While Anabaptism elsewhere (except for the Netherlands and Prussia) was on a sharp decline, in fact nearly disappeared as an articulated movement in the latter half of the 16th century, in remote Moravia and Slovakia it was almost on its way to becoming a distinct denomination (were it not that the sect-principle, that is, brotherhood-living, continued to be dominant).

Very remarkable of that time were also contacts with the antitrinitarian Polish Brethren (Socinians) who in Racov (Poland) tried to set up their "New Jerusalem" (see Antitrinitarianism), somewhat along lines which they had been studying at the Moravian Hutterite communistic colonies. Visitors and correspondence witness to this contact which, however, never became very warm, due to basic differences both in doctrine and intellectual background.

Contacts with Swiss Brethren, in Switzerland and elsewhere, continued to be intensive; missioners were sent out and a good number of Brethren from Switzerland and South Germany joined the church in Moravia. (The later bishop Ulrich Jausling, serving 1619-1621, had been such a Swiss newcomer.) Of particular interest was here a long letter (almost a tract) which the Vorsteher Klaus Braidl sent to a Swiss brother Christian Raussenberger in 1601 defending on Biblical ground the principle of community of goods. Also with the Prussian Mennonites around Elbing and Danzig contacts were obtained around the turn of the century. Even a settlement was attempted in Elbing though without success. In the meantime the peaceful period had come to an end, and severe trials were in store. (a) The Counter-Reformation became now the cry of the day. Whoever would not be converted to the Roman Church was to leave Moravia. Cardinal Franz von Dietrichstein gave the lead in that movement, supported by a most vigilant government in Vienna and two priests, Christoph Erhard and Christoph Andreas Fischer, in southern Moravia, who supplied the Catholics with polemic material (gross slanders), and cast suspicions of all kinds. They incited the hatred of the poor peasant population all around who naturally could not compete with large-scale rational farm economies (see Eysvogel and Jedelshauser). In short the situation became ever more precarious. Yet until 1622 they somehow managed to come through, although on a declining scale, (b) Turkish wars and invasions added to these internal troubles. Emperor Rudolph II asked for war contributions, and Dietrichstein was to extort them from the Brethren (at one time no less than 20,000 fl. was asked). Needless to say, the Brethren very decidedly declined, accepting all the consequences. In 1605 Turks and their Hungarian allies plundered southern Moravia and many brethren were killed or dragged away into Turkish captivity (see Böger). Eventually (c) the event, later called the Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648, brought the Moravian establishments of the Brethren to a complete end. After the success of the Catholic forces at the White Mountain in 1620, all restraint was dropped; complete expulsion was ordered by Vienna. The Geschicht-Buch (570-571) reported that what they lost in inventory (corn, wine, cattle, linen and woolens, groceries, equipment, and furniture) amounted to about 364,000 florins not assessing any houses and grounds. And all this after only one year earlier (1621) a sum of 30,000 fl. had been taken away from the Brethren by methods of extortion and downright robbery.

Map 5: Hutterite Colonies in Manitoba & the Dakotas, 1950s.
Source: Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 863
Map 6: Hutterite Colonies in Alberta & Montana, 1950s.
Mennonite Encyclopedia, v. 2, p. 864

[edit] Leadership of Andreas Ehrenpreis

With these events the brotherhood begins to show a sharp decline in activities and also in loyalty to the old principles, and even in number of members and colonies (in Slovakia there were only 15 colonies). Although Moravia was now lost, the Brethren could still withdraw to their Slovakian colonies, and after 1621 also to their new Bruderhof in Alvinc, Transylvania (today Rumania). In spite of continued great hardships, mainly through Turkish marauders, the Brethren carried on, and visitors were amazed by their industriousness and diligence (see Grimmelshausen). The brotherhood was fortunate enough in getting once more a bishop of outstanding qualities in leadership and spirituality, viz., Andreas Ehrenpreis, 1639-1662, the real leader already since 1630. He was born in a Moravian colony. His work was an effort to revive the brotherhood in many regards: the last mission work in Silesia (contacts with Schwenkfeldians) and Danzig (the Socinians were contacted) was carried out, although with rather moderate success. A short-lived colony was established in Mannheim in 1664. Internal discipline was re-established by strict regulations (see Gemeindeordnungen). And a rich literature was produced. Of particular value for posterity was also the new custom of writing down all sermons (called Lehr und Vorred). The amount of such manuscript material is amazing; there were about 250 such Lehren (some quite voluminous books about most books of the New Testament, and many of the Old Testament, mainly prophets, psalms, also about many apocryphal books and pseudepigrapha), and about as many Vorreden (shorter sermons). The Klein-Geschichtsbueh (204-221) brought excerpts from these sermons. One may safely say that the Hutterian Brethren of the mid-20th century continued the Ehrenpreis tradition at least as much if not more than any earlier tradition (e.g., that of Jakob Hutter). Ehrenpreis' Gemeinde Ordnung of 1651 was still in use, and the sermons of that period were the backbone of all spiritual life of the brethren in the 20th century.

[edit] Persecution of the 18th Century

After Ehrenpreis' death more tribulations made life in community of goods harder and harder until this core element of the Hutterites was partly abandoned, and a semiprivate or semicooperative form of economy was accepted (1685, 1695). The great misery of Turkish invasions with its looting (which the nonviolent Brethren could not stop in any way) impoverished the brotherhood to such an extent that they had to turn to their Dutch Mennonite "cousins" to ask for financial help. The Great Chronicle ends with the letter which Johann Riecker, the successor of Ehrenpreis, wrote to the "Gemeinden in Holland," 20 April 1665. It is known that the Doopsgezinde most generously responded (Inv. Arch. Amst. II, 419, a letter of thanks). Yet also this help could not prevent further troubles.

After the defeat of the Turks before Vienna (1683) and their expulsion from Hungary (1700), the Hapsburg government gained strength also in this newly conquered territory. And even though the 18th century was known as one of religious toleration, it was not the same for Hungary. Empress Maria Theresa (1740-1780) allowed the otherwise forbidden Jesuits to exert all means to convert non-Catholics back to the Roman Church. And what torture, dungeon, and executioners could not achieve in the 16th century, the Jesuits achieved, at least partly, in the 18th, mainly in Slovakia. Their old manuscript books were confiscated (1757-1763, 1782-1784); children were taken away from their parents; and the more important male members were put into monasteries until they either accepted instructions and were converted, or until they died. Catholic services were established at the Bruderhofs and every one was compelled to attend. In short, externally the Hutterite population now turned Catholic, although in secret they continued to practice their old beliefs, likewise maintaining their cooperative enterprises. From then on the nickname Habaner became the general name for these people.

[edit] Immigration to Russia

In Transylvania the Brethren had dwindled to scarcely more than a small group of perhaps 30 or 40 souls. Then Lutheran transmigrants from Carinthia to Transylvania (they arrived in 1756) came into contact with this remnant of Hutterite life, and felt immediately attracted by this form of Christian communism. They now joined the brotherhood, and thus brought about a rejuvenation of and rededication to the old principles. Naturally, persecutions, mainly by Jesuits, quickly set in here too. After a number of attempts to find other places the Brethren finally decided to flee Transylvania (1767, after a stay of 146 years), across high mountain passes almost without trails, and to enter Walachia (now Romania) where conditions looked favorable. Another Turkish War (against Russia) again brought hardships, and the great trek continued after three years. In 1770 at the Dniester River the Brethren were received by the Russian general Count Rumyantsev, who offered them an asylum on his own estate in the Ukraine (then a rather sparsely populated area). At Vyshenka the Brethren finally settled down for about one generation. In 1802 the colony was transferred to Czarist crown land at Radichev, 10 miles north. It was Johannes Waldner (born in Carinthia) who was then the most outstanding Vorsteher of the brotherhood (1794-1824). It was he who between 1793 and 1802 wrote the second big chronicle of the Hutterites, the Klein-Geschichtsbuch, a work of great charm and refinement. J. Loserth called Waldner a genuine historian. He was also a genuine disciple of Jakob Hutter, who with all his strength opposed the threatening abandonment of the principle of community of goods, which one group under the leadership of Jacob Walter (formerly of Slovakia) carried out in 1818. This new Walter-group then settled down in southern Russia (Molotschna district, under the sponsorship of the Mennonite Johann Cornies), where for about 40 years it practiced private property. In 1859-60 some leader dared to re-establish communal life as of old, and soon the new Hutterite villages began to thrive. Then in 1870, universal military conscription in Russia brought an end to all former privileges, and the Brethren saw no other way out than again to migrate—in this case to emigrate to America.

[edit] Immigration to America

The story of this migration is too long to be retold here in detail. After a trip of inspection and scouting (1873), all the Brethren decided to come to the United States, where they chose the prairie land of South Dakota for settlement (in scenery so similar to the steppe of Russia). They arrived in 1874, 1877, and 1879, settling down in complete community of goods in three colonies near Yankton. According to these three settlements they are still today divided into the Darius-Leut (named after Darius Walter, their leader), Schmiede-Leut (after Michael Waldner, a blacksmith, their leader), and Lehrer-Leut (named after Jacob Wipf, called the Lehrer). The last group, when still in Russia, did not practice community of goods but began to do so in South Dakota. Those of their members who were disinclined, however, to accept this new-old form of living and wanted to stay in private ownership, later joined the group now called Krimmer Mennonite Brethren or also the General Conference Mennonites.

The colonies soon grew again under the favorable conditions of American democracy and its freedom, until new suffering occurred during World War I. Then super-patriots could not understand the nonresistant attitude of these Anabaptists, and a great number of young Hutterite conscientious objectors went through almost unbelievable hardships in federal prisons. Two men died there on account of exposure and privations. At that point the Brethren decided to move on to Canada where exemption from military service was granted. They located in southern Alberta, and south central Manitoba. However, one colony, the original one at Bonhomme, remained in South Dakota, and several new ones have been re-established there, while others were established in north central Montana from Alberta.

In the 1950s the brotherhood was still growing, and in general their young people stayed loyal to their group. In 1954 they had close to 120 farm colonies (Bruderhofs) with almost 10,000 souls (between 50 and 150 souls per colony). Community of goods was practiced everywhere, rather strictly, and seemed to result in thrift and general health, both physical and moral. By and large the customs of old were observed, and this reminded the visitor occasionally of similar Amish attitudes. Although the young people learned English in their schools (on each Bruderhof), they yet spoke exclusively German at home. Since the days of Ehrenpreis (17th century), mission work was abandoned. At their services they read the sermons of old, and did not allow any new ones. The use of farm machinery, cars, telephone, and electric light was accepted, but otherwise they shared very little in modern American civilization. They continued to copy their manuscript books by hand (in fine penmanship). Only the two Chronicles and their hymnbook had been printed, together with Riedemann's Rechenschaft of 1540 and Ehrenpreis' great Sendbrief of 1652.

The story of the New Hutterite group (Eberhard Arnold-Leut), originating in Germany in the 1920s, which joined the brotlierhood around 1930, and in the 1950s was settled in Paraguay, England, and also in New York State at Rifton (Woodcrest), cannot be told in this article (see Eberhard Arnold, and Society of Brothers).

Likewise, this article cannot describe in any way the inner life of the Brethren or their external organization; for these purposes compare the following articles: Bruderhof, Community of goods, Ceramics, Folk Arts, Economic History of the Hutterian Brethren, Education — Hutterite, Epistles — Hutterite, as well as articles on leaders such as Hutter, Amon, Riedemann, Walpot, Braidl, Ehrenpreis, and on their books, Article Book, Chronicles, Handbüchlein, Rechenschaft, Liederbuch.

Finally also the following articles should be consulted: Gemeindeordnungen, regarding their regulations and discipline, Marriage, Medicine among the Hutterites, dealing with their barber-surgeons and physicians, Sermons—Hutterite, and naturally also the article Habaner which gives details about those who had turned Catholic in the 18th century.

List of Hutterite Bruderhofs through the 1950s

Table 1: Moravia, 1529-1622

(According to E. Crous, Mennonitisches Lexikon III, 420-422.

For location of the Bruderhofs see the numbers 1-85 on Map 2)

1. Alexowitz (Alecowitz, Olkowitz)
2. Altenmarkt (Zierotin, 1545)
3. Auspitz
4. Austerlitz
5. Bergen (Pergen)
6. Bilowitz (Billowitz, Pillowitz) (1545)
7. Birnbaum
8. Bisenz (Bisentz) (Zierotin, 1545)
9. Bogesch (Bogesitz/Bogenitz)
10. Bohntitz (Bawd tz/Bochtitz-Pochtitz) (1546)
11. Boretitz/Borzetitz (Paraditz) (1545)
12. Budespitz/Butschowitz (Bucovic, Pudespitz) (1536)
13. Budkau (Budkaw)
14. Czermakowitz (Schermankowitz)
15. Damborschitz/Damborzitz (Dämberschitz) (Kaunitz, 1550)
16. Eibenschitz (Lipa)
17. Eihis
18. Frätz/Wratzow (Niary von Bedek, 1547)
19. Frischau (1581)
20. Gobschitz/Gubschitz (1545)
21. Göding (Hodonin) (Lipa, 1545)
22. Gurda/Gurdau
23. Herspitz (Gerspitz)
24. Hosterlitz
25. Hrubschitz (Rupschitz) (1546)
26. Jamnitz
27. Jemeritz (Jemeritz/Jaronowitz)
28. Kanitz
29. Kobily/Kobyli (Kobelitz)
30. Kostl/Kostel (Gostal) (Zierotin)
31. Kreuz (Creutz) (Lipa, 1565)
32. Kromau (Lipa, 1540)
33. Landshut (Zierotin, 1565)
33a. Lettnitz/Letonitz (Lettonitz)
34. Lundenburg (Breclav)
35. Milotitz/Millotitz
36. Mistrin/Mistrin
37. Moskowitz (Maskowitz)
38. Muschau
39. Napagedl (Napajedl) (Zierotin, 1545)
40. Nembschitz/Klein Niemtschitz (east of Auspitz)
41. Nembschitz/Klein Niemtschitz (near Prahlitz) (1562)
42. Nemschau/Niemtschau (Niemtscha) (Kaunitz, 1560)
43. Neudorf near Lundenburg (Zierotin, 1570)
43a. Neudorf, Hungarian-Ostra district (Liechtenstein, 1570)
44. Neumühl (Liechtenstein, 1558)
45. Nikolsburg (Mikulov) (Liechtenstein, Maximilian II, Dietrichstein, 1556)
46. Nikolschitz/Nikoltschitz (Zierotin, 1570)
47. Nusslau (Nuslau) (Zierotin, 1583)
48. Paulowitz/Pawlowitz (Lipa, 1545)
49. Pausram (Zierotin, 1538)
50. Pohrlitz (Zierotin, 1581)
51. Polau/Pollau
52. Polehraditz (Bellerditz, Pettertitz) (1559)
53. Popitz/Poppitz (1537)
54. Pribitz/Przibitz (Zierotin, 1565)
55. Pruschank/Pruschanek
56. Pulgrams/Pulgram (1538)
57. Puslawitz/Bohuslawitz (Postlawitz) (1546)
58. Rackschitz/Rakschitz (Lipa, 1545)
59. Rakowitz (Räkowitz/Rakwitz) (Lipa, 1540)
60. Rampersdorf (Zierotin)
61. Rohatetz
62. Ropitz/Rossitz (Pernstein, Lipa, Zierotin)
63. Saitz (Lipa, 1540)
64. Schaidowitz/Ziadowitz (1553)
65. Schaikowitz (Schaickowitz/Ceikowitz) (1545)
66. Schäkowitz (Schäckowitz/Schakwitz) (Lipa, 1533)
67. (Klein-) Selowitz/K1. Seelowitz
68. Skalitz (Gallitz) (1563)
69. (Klein- or Gross-) Steurowitz
69a. Stigonitz/Stignitz
70. Swatoborschitz/Swatoboritz
71. Swetlau
72. Tannowitz (Abtei Kanitz, Thurn)
73. Taykowitz/Taikowitz
74. Tracht (1558)
75. Tscheitsch/Ceitsch (Schenkhof)
76. Turnitz-Durdenitz
77. Urschitz/Uhrzitz (Kaunitz)
78. Voit(e)lsbrunn (1557)
79. Watzenowitz (Wacenowitz) (Zierotin)
79a. Weisstätten
80. Welka-Hulka (Zierotin, um 1560)
81. Wernslitz (Wemslitz/Weimis(ss)litz)
82. Wessely (1546)
83. Wischenau
84. Wisternitz
85. Wostitz (Thurn, 1567)

Table 2: Slovakia, 1545-1762

(According to E. Crous, Mennonitisches Lexikon III, 423.

For location of the Bruderhofs see the numbers I-XIV on Map 3)

I. Broczko (Protzka; Neutra) (1547)
II. Dejte (Dechtitz; Oberneutra)
III. Dobravoda (Gutenwasser; Oberneutra)
IV. Egbell (Neutra)
V. Farkashida (Farkenschin; Pressburg) (1622)
VI. Holics (Holitsch; Neutra)
VII. Kosolna (Kesselsdorf; Pressburg)
VIII. Kúty (Gätte; Neutra) (1550)
IX. Lévàrd Velky-Levary (Gross-Schützen, Lewär; Pressburg) (1588)
X. Pobudin (Popadin, Popodin; Neutra) (Bakisch de Lák)
XI. Rovenszko (Rabenska; Neutra) (1622)
XII. Soblaho (Soblahov, Zobelhof; Trentschin) (Illés-häzi, 1622)
XIII. Sobotište (Freischütz, Sabatisch; Neutra) (1546)
XIV. Unter Nussdorf (Deutsch-Nussdorf; Pressburg) (1548)

Table 3: Moravia, by manorial estates, 1619-1622

(According to Fr. Hruby, Die Wiedertäufer in Mähren, Leipzig, 1935)

1. Lundenburg-Billowitz: Lundenburg, Altenmarkt, Gostal Ober- and Nieder-Haus), Pillowitz, Rampersdorf
2. Seelowitz: Eibes (auch Meubes), Nikolschitz, Nussla, Pausram, Pribitz, Poherlitz
3. Austerlitz: Austerlitz and Gerspitz
4. Nikolsburg: Nikolsburg and Tracht
5. Steinitz: Dämberschitz
6. Kanitz: Klein-Niemtschitz (Ober- and Unterhaus)
7. Landshut: Landshut
8. Lettonitz: Lettnitz
9. Skalitz: Gallitz
10. Wischenau: Wischnau and Stignitz
11. Tscheikowitz:Schäkowitz (Schaikowitz) and Prutschan
12. Bochtitz: Pochtitz
13. Frischau: Frischau
14. Göding: Göding and Koblitz
15. Mähr. Kromau: Maskowitz and Oleckowitz
16. Milotitz: Wäzenobis
17. Uhritz: Urschitz
18. Wesseli: Wessela
19. Ziadowitz: Schädewitz
20. Ungarisch-Ostra: Neudorf
21. Eisgrub: Neumühl
22. Ober-Tannowitz: Tannewitz
23. Tulleschitz: Schermankowitz
24. Wostitz: (Wostite), Weisstätten
25. Polehraditz: Pellertitz
26. Tawikowitz: Teikowitz

Table 4: Transylvania

1. Alvinc, 1621-1767
2. Kreuz, 1761-1767
3. Stein, 1761-1767

Table 5: Ukraine

1. Vyshenka (1770-1802)
2. Raditcheva (1802-1842)
3. Hutterthal (1842-1857)
4. Hutterdorf (2) (1859-1874)
5. Johannisruh (1864-1877)
6. Sheromet (1868-1874)
7. Neu-Hutterthal or Dabritcha (1866-1875)

Table 6: Germany

Rhönbruderhof (1920-1937)

Table 7: Liechtenstein

Almbruderhof (1934-1938)

Table 8: England

1. Cotswold (1936-1940)
2. Wheathill (1942- )

Table 9: Paraguay

1. Primavera (3), (1940-)

Table 10: North Ameria, 1950, by branches (According to J. W. Eaton, "The Hutterite Mental Health Study," Mennonite Quarterly Review 25 (1951): 17-19.

For location of the Bruderhofs see the numbers 1-91 on Maps 5 & 6)

Name & Address of Colony
Yr. Settled
Population in 1950
DARIUSLEUT, ALBERTA
1. Camrose, Camrose 1949
83
2. Cayley, Cayley 1937
80
3. East Cardston, Cardston 1918
81
4. Ewelme, Macleod 1928
69
5. Fairview, Ponoka 1949
75
6. Granum, Granum 1930
75
7. Holt, Irma 1949
57
8. Tschetter, Irricana 1948
76
9. New Rosebud, Crossfield 1944
78
10. Lakeside, Cranford 1935
91
11. Beiseker, Beiseker 1926
65
12. New York, Maybutt 1924
110
13. Pincher Creek, Pincher Creek 1926
85
14. Pine Hill, Penhold 1948
86
15. Riverside, Fort Macleod 1933
86
16. Rosebud, Redland 1918
187
17. Sandhill, Beiseker 1936
114
18. Springvale, Rockyford 1918
77
19. Stahlville, Rockyford 1919
98
20. Stand Off, Macleod 1918
76
21. Thompson, Glenwood 1918
76
22. West Raley, Cardston 1918
117
23. Willow Creek, Stettler 1949
89
24. Wilson Siding, Lethbridge 1918
140
25. Wolf Creek, Stirling 1924
76
DARIUSLEUT, MONTANA
26. Ayers Ranch, Grass Range 1945
54
27. Deerfield, Danvers 1947
65
28. King Ranch, Lewistown 1935
61
29. Spring Creek, Lewistown 1945
26
LEHRERLEUT, ALBERTA
30. Big Bend, Woolford 1920
129
31. Crystal Spring, Magrath 1937
117
32. Elmspring, Warner 1929
177
33. Hutterville, Magrath 1932
155
34. McMillan, Cayley 1937
127
35. Miami, New Dayton 1924
103
36. Milford, Raymond 1918
134
37. New Elmspring, Magrath 1918
115
38. New Rockport, New Dayton 1932
113
39. O.K., Raymond --
96
40. Old Elm, Magrath 1918
151
41. New Dale, Queenstown 1950
60
42. Rock Lake, Wrentham 1935
89
43. Rockport, Magrath 1918
100
44. Sunnyside, Warner 1935
186
LEHRERLEUT, MONTANA
45. Birch Creek, Valier 1947
95
46. Miami, Pendroy 1948
112
47. (New) Milford, Augusta 1945
105
48. Miller Ranch, Choteau 1949
100
49. New Rockport, Choteau 1948
101
50. Rockport, Pendroy 1947
100
51. Hillside, Sweet Grass 1950
?
UNAFFILIATED COLONIES, ALBERTA
52. Felger, Lethbridge 1924
25
53. Hofer Brothers, Brocket 1920
15
54. Monarch, Monarch 1942
31
55. Stirling Mennonite, Stirling 1944
30
SCHMIEDELEUT, MANITOBA
56. Barickman, Headingly 1920
151
57. Blumengard, Plum Coulee 1922
132
58. Bon Homme, Benard 1918
108
59. Elm River, Newton Siding 1934
153
60. Huron, Benara 1918
193
61. Iberville, Headingly 1919
101
62. James Valley, Starbuck 1918
128
63. Lakeside, Headingly 1946
94
64. Maxwell, Headingly 1918
86
65. Milltown, Benard 1918
54
66. New Rosedale, Portage la Prairie 1944
155
67. Poplar Point, Poplar Point 1938
93
68. Riverdale, Gladstone 1946
98
69. Riverside, Arden 1934
98
70. Rock Lake, Gross Isle 1947
85
71. Rosedale, Elie 1918
128
72. Sturgeon Creek, Headingly 1938
118
73. Sunnyside, Newton Siding 1925
93
74. Waldheim, Elie 1935
121
75. Springfield, Vivian 1950
83
SCHMIEDELEUT, NORTH DAKOTA
76. Forest River, Fordville 1950
?
SCHMIEDELEUT, SOUTH DAKOTA
77. Bon Homme, Tabor 1874
58
78. Glendale, Frankfort 1949
97
79. Gracevale, Winfred 1948
71
80. Huron, Huron 1944
74
81. Jamesville, Utica 1937
107
82. Maxwell, Scotland 1949
72
83. Millerdale, Miller 1949
54
84. New Elm Spring, Ethan 1936
102
85. Pearl Creek, Iroquois 1949
94
86. Platte, Academy 1949
68
87. Riverside, Huron 1949
48
88. Rockport, Alexandria 1934
84
89. Rosedale, Mitchell 1945
92
90. Spink, Frankfort 1945
94
91. Tschetter, Olivet 1942
94
CONVERT COLONIES
ONTARIO
92. Colony Farm of the Brethren, Bright 1941
46
SOCIETY OF BROTHERS
ENGLAND
93. Wheathill Bruderhof, Bradon, Bridgeworth, Salop 1942
165
PARAGUAY
94. Sociedad Fraternal, Primavera Alto 1942
800
95. Isla Margarita, Primavera Alto 1942
96. Loma Hobby, Primavera Alto 1942
URUGUAY
97. Montevideo
?
NEW YORK (State)
Woodcrest, Rifton 1954
135

Table 11: Summary of Hutterite Population By Census, by Kinship Group and Location, 1950s

Total
Dariusleut
Alberta
2,247
Montana
206
2,453
Lehrerleut
Alberta
1,852
Montana
613
2,465
Schmiedeleut
Manitoba
2,272
South Dakota
1,209
3,481
Unaffiliated colonies
Alberta
101
101
Total, Kinship Colonies
8,500
Total, Convert Colonies and Society of Brothers (est.)
1,100
Total No. of Hutterites
9,600
SUMMARY OF HUTTERITE POPULATION CENSUS (1950) BY LOCATION
Montana
819
South Dakota
1,209
Alberta
4,200
Manitoba
2,272
Ontario
46
England
165
Paraguay (est.)
500
Total
9,211

Addenda 1955: The above lists and maps correspond to the situation around 1950. From 1950 until early 1955, 14 new kinship colonies were established. The population in these 4 1/2 years increased by more than 1,400 souls to a total of close to 10,000. These new colonies were (according to Rev. Peter Hofer, James Valley):

Dariusleut, Alberta
98. Pibroch, Pibroch
99. Scotford, Fort Saskatchewan
Lehrerleut, Alberta
100. Acadia Valley, Oyen
101. New Milford, Winnifred
102. Rosedale, Etzikom
103. Springside, Duchess
Lehrerleut, Saskatchewan
104. Bench, Shaunavon
105. Cypress, Maple Creek
106. Slade Colony, Tompkins
Lehrerleut, Montana
107. Glacier, Cut Banks
Schmiedeleut, Manitoba
108. Bloomfield, Westbourne
109. Crystal Spring, St. Agathe
110. Oak Bluff, Morris
Schmiedeleut, South Dakota
111. Blumengard, Wecota

The colonies of the Society of Brothers (Paraguay, etc.) had grown in the same period to more than 1,000 souls.

Note for the Maps: Rev. David Decker, Tschetter Colony, South Dakota, Rev. Paul Gross, Pincher Creek Colony, Alberta, Rev. Peter Hofer, James Valley Colony, Manitoba, Rev. Joseph Waldner, Springfield Colony, Manitoba, and Rev. John Würz, Wilson Colony, Alberta, assisted in preparing a list of Hutterite colonies and determining their location. The maps were prepared under the direction of Dr. Joseph W. Eaton, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan, with the assistance of Evelyn Plaut; they were drawn by R. A. Morwood of the Dept. of Geography at Wayne University.

The first exhaustive list of Hutterite Bruderhofs in Europe with locations (concerning Moravia and Slovakia, however) was that prepared by E. Crous and published in 1953 in connection with the article Rabenska in the Mennonitisches Lexikon (Installment 39, pp. 418-23) where two maps were also given, prepared by Dr. Gerhard Wöhlke of the Geographical Institute in Göttingen on the basis of the Austrian Spezialkarte 1:75,000, published 1869-1888 by the K. K. Militärgeographisches Institut. The Crous lists are here reproduced, but new maps were prepared by Dr. Robert Friedmann, two of which are based on the Mennonitisches Lexikon maps. The first two lists contained all known Bruderhofs of the 16th and 17th centuries, without indication as to the date of dissolution. They therefore do not reveal how many were in existence at any one time, although most were in existence in the "Golden Age" ca. 1590. The only such list is the third one, which names the Bruderhofs in existence in Moravia, 1619-1622, 1622 being the date when all were expelled from the country.

J. Loserth published the first list of Bruderhofs in his Communismus (1894) p. 246. This list he published in Mennonitisches Lexikon (1931) Haushaben, slightly revised, where 88 locations are named. Fr. Hruby published a list of 43 Bruderhofs in existence in Moravia in 1619-1622, in his Wiedertäufer in Mähren (Leipzig, 1935), which is reproduced as list no. 3 above. He reported that a considerable number of Bruderhofs were destroyed in 1605. According to Hruby most of the Bruderhofs were in Czech nationality areas; only 9 of the 43 listed areas were in German nationality areas.

Zieglschmid's list of North American Bruderhofs (Klein-Geschichtsbuch, 677-80) contained only 64, although it was not quite exhaustive. He reported (p. 471) the growth in numbers as follows: 1878 (3), 1900 (10), 1915 (17), 1926 (29), 1944 (57), 1947 (64). Before 1918 all American Bruderhofs were in South Dakota. The first Canadian Bruderhofs were established in Manitoba and Alberta in 1918, when a mass migration occurred. Zieglschmid (p. 472 f.) gave a genealogical chart of the origin of the North American Bruderhofs of the Schmiedeleut and Dariusleut in existence in 1947. -- Robert Friedmann

[edit] 1990 Update

The Hutterian Brethren practice community of goods, as first established in Moravia in 1529 and re-established by Jakob Hutter in 1533 according to the example of the first church in Jerusalem (Acts 2:44), "And all that believed were together, and had all things in common." The basic beliefs and way of life, including community of goods, are the same today as when the movement began.

In 1990 there were about 353 Hutterite colonies with a population of more than 35,000. They were situated in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Washington, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, England, and Japan.

The Hutterians in Japan began as a small group of Japanese Christians in 1969. They had all things in common and in a worldwide search for other groups living according to the gospel and Acts 2 and 4, their leader, Izeki, visited the Hutterian Brethren. He was baptized at Wilson Siding Bruderhof in 1975 and confirmed as Servant of the Word two years later.

The Hutterians who fled to the United States from Russia in the 1870s and moved to Canada after World War I because of hostility and mistreatment on account of their conscientious objection against military participation, encountered fresh discrimination following the outbreak of World War II and in subsequent years. The Hutterians refused to join any branch of the military forces, but accepted alternative service under civilian jurisdiction.

In 1942 the Alberta legislature passed an act preventing the Hutterites from buying land if the site was closer than 40 miles (65 km) from an existing colony, and the amount of land was limited to not more than 6,400 acres (2600 hectares). In 1960 the law was amended. New colonies were formed in Montana in 1948 and in Saskatchewan in 1952.

In Manitoba attempts were made to introduce restrictive legislation. Fearing restrictions like those in Alberta, a "gentleman's agreement" with the Union of Manitoba Municipalities stipulated the location of no more than one or two colonies per municipality and at least 10 miles (16 km) apart. In 1971 this agreement was terminated.

The Schmiedeleut (Manitoba and Dakota colonies) set up their own mutual insurance in 1980. The other two groups do not insure, but depend upon intercolony mutual aid when a fire or disaster strikes. Sizable donations are given every year to local funds and to the disaster fund of the Mennonite Central Committee. The Dakota colonies formed a health or hospital insurance fund while the Canadian colonies participate in provincial health plans.

Hutterian children attend kindergarten (age 2-5), and elementary school (age 6-16). Normally the colony supplies the building, heating, and the maintenance costs. The local school division and board selects and pays the salary of the teachers, administers the school and, in most cases, pays a small rent for the building. In the past 10 years a number of colonies which have experienced difficulties in acquiring teacher grants have educated their own members as qualified teachers. It is also felt that a colony's own teacher will offset the worldly influence of the outside teacher. In Manitoba the Hutterite English teachers formed an association which provides inservice training sessions geared to the colony teacher's needs.

The children also receive two hours of German instruction daily from their own German teacher. The Dariusleut and Schmiedeleut have German school from October to May, while the Lehrerleut have it from September to June. Training sessions of two to three days per year for German teachers have been held for 10 years in Manitoba and South Dakota. Many of the teachers have replaced the Tyrolean dialect with the use of standard (high) German as the language of instruction.

The Hutterite Education Committee, along with other German teachers, has developed a history course for use in English and German schools. Other materials and new books have been introduced on hymnology, grammar, literature, etc. Many schools have copying and printing machines. A bookstore at James Valley Bruderhof in Manitoba stocks most school and church materials as well as books in English and German. German schools in Manitoba colonies received sizable cultural grants from both federal and provincial governments for the retention of language, printing of cultural or historical books, and training sessions.

By the 1970s, mission work was practiced to a small extent. Delegates have been sent to Germany, England, Paraguay, Japan, and, together with Hutterian Brethren from New York and England, to Israel, Czechoslovakia, and New Zealand.

The Hutterian Brethren communities located in New York State, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and England had their origins in the Bruderhof founded in Germany in 1920 through Eberhard Arnold and Emmy Arnold, which united in 1930 with the Hutterian Brethren in North America. Because of persecution in National Socialist Germany, the Cotswold Bruderhof was established in England in 1936. The name Society of Brothers (known as Hutterians) was adopted. The members were largely English and German, living in harmony and giving a witness for peace. When World War II began in 1939, irrational suspicions grew in the surrounding English population, and hostile actions, provoked by the war atmosphere, took place. To prevent the division of the community through the possible internment of the German members, the Bruderhof's members decided to emigrate. The British government was sympathetic to the dilemma of the community and consented. In spite of affidavits of support by the Hutterian Brethren in Canada and the United States, immigration into these countries proved impossible at that time.

The Bruderhof emigrated to Paraguay with the help of the Mennonite Central Committee and with the same privileges as the Mennonites. A branch colony was established in Uruguay. In South America the communities were named Sociedad Fraternal Hutteriana until the break with the Hutterians in North America (1955-56, see below) from which date their name was Sociedad de Hermanos (1956-61). Daughter communities founded in England and North America were known as Society of Brothers until the time of reuniting with the Hutterians in 1974. From then on the name Hutterian Society of Brothers was used until 1985, when it was decided to be identified simply as Hutterian Brethren, reflecting their unity with the older Hutterian Bruderhofs in the western United States, Canada, and Japan.

During the time of departure from England to Paraguay in 1940-41 and afterwards, new people wished to join the community but the government would not permit them to leave England. For this reason the Wheathill Bruderhof (1942-62) was started in Shropshire. To extend the outreach, the Bulstrode Bruderhof (1958-66) was founded near London.

After the war the Bruderhof communities felt a longing to start again in Germany and sent several members to make a beginning on the Hohenstein (1955) near Nürnberg, and later in the Sinntal Bruderhof (1955-61) near Bad Brückenau.

Members of the Bruderhofs in South America were sent on a number of journeys to North America, beginning in 1949, to ask for financial help, mainly for the medical services to their Paraguayan neighbors, the majority of whom lived in poverty. On these journeys they met many friends who were also seeking for a life of brotherhood. This eventually led to the beginning of the Woodcrest Bruderhof (1954-) near Rifton, NY. New people joining and the members moving from the other Bruderhofs made it necessary to start two new places: Oak Lake (1957), later renamed New Meadow Run (1965-) in Farmington, PA, and Evergreen (1958), later renamed Deer Spring (1975-) in Norfolk, CT. For the outreach in Europe the communities in North America started the Darvell Bruderhof (1971-) in Robertsbridge, England, south of London. Because many newcomers and most of the grown-up children of the Bruderhof families joined the community it became necessary to start the Pleasant View Bruderhof (1985-) in Ulster Park, NY.

The basis of all relationships between the individual members and between the different communities in all spheres of life is: Love God above everything, and love your fellow human beings as yourself -- set your mind and heart on God's kingdom and his justice before anything else, and all the rest will come to you as well. This love and justice led to complete economic sharing, as it was with the early Christians in Jerusalem (Acts 2 and 4).

The example of the early church shows that true community is a fruit of the spirit of God alone, and not of human ideas and planning. This truth was experienced by the Bruderhofs in a series of crises which started after the death of Eberhard Arnold in 1935 and came to a head in the 1960s, when their unity collapsed like a house built on sand. The cause of these crises lay in the shift of the spiritual center from the personal relationship with the living Christ to human ideals of community. The ensuing situation should be seen in the light of Paul's warning to the Ephesians (6:12): our fight is not against flesh and blood, but against spiritual powers. God does not quarrel with people (Genesis 6:3), but withdraws his Spirit when men and women tolerate the rule of other spiritual powers. Any such rulership causes disunity, a fact that Christendom has experienced many times and often confused with true plurality.

In their crises the Bruderhofs experienced disunity not only within and between communities in Paraguay, Europe, and the United States, but also between them and the older Hutterian communities in western North America (1955-56). The whole crisis brought about the loss of many members, and it became necessary to dissolve the Bruderhofs in South America and Europe and to gather in the North American communities to seek and find unity again.

Through God's grace, unity was given after serious searching of hearts and repentance, under the eldership of Johann Heinrich (Heini) Arnold. It opened the door for the return of former members and for the reuniting in 1974 with the older Hutterian communities in the West. This new unity has been deepened and strengthened by many visits between the western and eastern Bruderhofs. It also found expression in joint baptism meetings, weddings, and other mutual support, including the exchange of workers for the building up of new Bruderhofs (e.g., Darvell, Pleasant View, Concord), teachers for Bruderhof schools, and practical help in other communal work departments.

The Hutterian Brethren have felt the urge to share this newly given unity with others. Since Christ's message is only believable when its messengers are themselves united (Jn 17:21), they sought this unity in the Spirit of Christ with other movements and individuals who seek it too. With this intention, brothers and sisters from both eastern and western Bruderhofs participated jointly in various meetings and conferences, sometimes together with Mennonites, with other Christian and Jewish (Kibbutz) community movements, and with seeking people in Germany, Switzerland (1984), Canada and Israel (1985), Pennsylvania (at a Mennonite Historical Society meeting in Lancaster, 1986), South Tyrol (at the Täufertagung in the Puster Valley, 1986), and New Zealand (1987). In this spirit they also took part in a historic, first consultation of the following Radical Reformation movements: Waldensians, Hussites, Czech Brethren and Moravians, Anabaptists (including Mennonites and Hutterians), Quakers, and Church of the Brethren. This took place in Prague in 1986. Its purpose was to learn from the groups' respective histories what the radical message of Jesus means in the late 20th century.

Other journeys were undertaken to India, Sweden, Germany, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua. In addition, the Bruderhofs were able to increase their outreach through visiting prisoners and helping the hungry and poor in their neighborhoods, and through such agencies as the Mennonite Central Committee and Oxfam International in the wider world. The Plough Publishing House contributes to the outreach with its publications. Of special importance is the publication in 1987 of the first English edition of The Chronicle of the Hutterian Brethren, written in German by the brothers in the 16th and 17th centuries, recounting in detail the material and spiritual struggles and tribulations, the imprisonment and martyrdom, and also the wonderful protection of God that the communities experienced up to the year 1665.

The care for and education of children is seen by the Hutterian Brethren as a primary mission task. Here also the atmosphere of unity in the whole environment, especially between parents and teachers, is decisive.

Every member of the Bruderhof is willing to do any work as a service for the whole body (1 Corinthians 12:12-27). The brotherly atmosphere within and between the different work departments is more important than economic considerations. There is no differentiation in value between income-producing work departments, such as farming and industries (educational play equipment, furniture for schools and day care centers, equipment for the handicapped), and the many services needed for the daily life of all the members of the community and its guests, such as kitchen, laundry, sewing room, school, clerical work, historical archives, publishing, and medical work. The brothers and sisters who are responsible for the different departments are appointed unanimously by the community, as are the overall services of the Elder, Servants of the Word, stewards, work distributors, and housemothers. -- John Hofer, Hans Meier & John V. Hinde

[edit] 2014 Update

The following colonies were members of the Hutterian Brethren in 2014:

Colony Location Leut
Abbey Abbey, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Acadia Oyen, Alberta Lehrerleut
Acadia Carberry, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Acres Eden, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Airport Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Albion Ridge Picture Butte, Alberta Dariusleut
Alix Alix, Alberta Dariusleut
Altona Henderson, Minnesota Undefined
Arm River Lumsden, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Armada Lomond, Alberta Lehrerleut
Arrowwood Blackie, Alberta Dariusleut
Aspenheim Bagot, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Athabasca Athabasca, Alberta Dariusleut
Ayers Ranch Grass Range, Montana Dariusleut
Baildon Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Baker Mac Gregor, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Barickman Cartier, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Beechy Beechy, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Beiseker Beiseker, Alberta Dariusleut
Belle Plaine Belle Plaine, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Bench Shaunavon, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Bentley Blackfalds, Alberta Dariusleut
Berry Creek Hanna, Alberta Dariusleut
Big Bend Cardston, Alberta Lehrerleut
Big Rose Biggar, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Big Sky Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Big Stone Graceville, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Big Stone Sand Coulee, Montana Lehrerleut
Birch Creek Valier, Montana Lehrerleut
Birch Hills Wanham, Alberta Dariusleut
Birch Meadows Eaglesham, Alberta Dariusleut
Bloomfield Westbourne, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Blooming Prairie Homewood, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Blue Clay Arnaud, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Blue Ridge Mountain View, Alberta Dariusleut
Blue Sky Drumheller, Alberta Dariusleut
Bluegrass Warner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Blumengard Faulkton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Blumengart Plum Coulee, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Bon Homme Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Bon Homme Tabor, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Bone Creek Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Boundary Lane Elkhorn, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Bow City Brooks, Alberta Lehrerleut
Box Elder Maple Creek, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Brant Brant, Alberta Lehrerleut
Brantwood Oakville, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Brentwood Faulkton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Brightstone Lac Du Bonnet, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Britestone Carbon, Alberta Lehrerleut
Broad Valley Arborg, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Brocket Pincher Creek, Alberta Schmiedeleut Group 1
Butte Bracken, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Byemoor Byemoor, Alberta Dariusleut
Cameron Turin, Alberta Dariusleut
Cameron Viborg, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Camrose Camrose, Alberta Dariusleut
Camrose Ledger, Montana Lehrerleut
Camrose Frankfort, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
CanAm Margaret, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Carmangay Carmangay, Alberta Dariusleut
Carmichael Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Cascade MacGregor, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Cascade Sun River, Montana Lehrerleut
Castor Castor, Alberta Lehrerleut
Cayley Cayley, Alberta Dariusleut
Cedar Grove Platte, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Claremont Castlewood, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Clark Raymond, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Clear Lake Claresholm, Alberta Lehrerleut
Clear Spring Kenaston, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Cleardale Cleardale, Alberta Dariusleut
Clearfield Delmont, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Clearview Bassano, Alberta Lehrerleut
Clearview Elm Creek, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Clearwater Balmoral, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Cloverleaf Delia, Alberta Lehrerleut
Cluny Cluny, Alberta Dariusleut
Codessa Eaglesham, Alberta Dariusleut
Collins Iroquois, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Concord Winnipeg, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Cool Spring Minnedosa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Cool Springs Rudyard, Montana Lehrerleut
Copperfield Vauxhall, Alberta Dariusleut
Craigmyle Craigmyle, Alberta Dariusleut
Crystal Spring Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
Crystal Spring Ste. Agathe, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Cypress Cypress River, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Cypress Maple Creek, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Decker Decker, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Deerboine Alexander, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Deerfield Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
Deerfield Lewistown, Montana Dariusleut
Deerfield Ipswich, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Delco New Dayton, Alberta Lehrerleut
Delta Austin, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Dinsmore Dinsmore, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Donalda Donalda, Alberta Dariusleut
Downie Lake Maple Creek, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Duncan Ranch Harlowton, Montana Lehrerleut
Eagle Creek Galata, Montana Lehrerleut
Eagle Creek Asquith, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Ear View Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
East Cardston Cardston, Alberta Dariusleut
East End Havre, Montana Lehrerleut
East Malta Malta, Montana Dariusleut
East Raymond Raymond, Alberta Dariusleut
Eatonia Eatonia, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Elk Creek Augusta, Montana Lehrerleut
Elkwater Irvine, Alberta Dariusleut
Elm River Newton Siding, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Elm Spring Warner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Elmendorf Mountain Lake, Minnesota Undefined
Emerald Gladstone, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Enchant Enchant, Alberta Dariusleut
Erskine Erskine, Alberta Dariusleut
Estuary Leader, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Evergreen Taber, Alberta Lehrerleut
Evergreen Somerset, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Evergreen Faulkton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Ewelme Ft. Macleod, Alberta Dariusleut
Fair Haven Ulm, Montana Lehrerleut
Fairholme Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Fairlane Skiff, Alberta Lehrerleut
Fairview Crossfield, Alberta Dariusleut
Fairview La Moure, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Fairville Bassano, Alberta Lehrerleut
Fairway Douglas, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Ferrybank Ponoka, Alberta Dariusleut
Flat Willow Ranch Roundup, Montana Dariusleut
Fordham Carpenter, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Fords Creek Grass Range, Montana Dariusleut
Forest River Fordville, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Fort Pitt Lloydminister, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Forty Mile Lodge Grass, Montana Dariusleut
Gadsby Stettler, Alberta Dariusleut
Garden Plane Frontier, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Gildford Gildford, Montana Dariusleut
Glacier Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Glendale Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Glendale Frankfort, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Glenway Dominion City, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Glidden Glidden, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Golden Valley Ryegate, Montana Lehrerleut
Golden View Salem, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Golden View Biggar, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Good Hope Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Gracevale Winfred, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Grand Oakville, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Grandview Grand Prairie, Alberta Dariusleut
Grant Enderlin, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Granum Granum, Alberta Dariusleut
Grass Ranch Kimball, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Grass River Glenella, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Grassland Westport, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Grassy Hill Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Green Acres Bassano, Alberta Lehrerleut
Green Acres Wawanesa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Green Leaf Marcelin, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Greenwald Beausejour, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Greenwood Fort Macleod, Alberta Lehrerleut
Greenwood Delmont, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Hairy Hill Hairy Hill, Alberta Dariusleut
Hand Hills Hanna, Alberta Lehrerleut
Hartland Bashaw, Alberta Dariusleut
Hartland Havre, Montana Lehrerleut
Haven Dexter, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Haven Fox Valley, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Heartland Hazelridge, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Heartland Lake Benton, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Hidden Lake Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Hidden Valley Austin, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
High River High River, Alberta Dariusleut
Hillcrest Garden City, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Hillcrest Dundurn, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Hilldale Havre, Montana Lehrerleut
Hillridge Barnwell, Alberta Dariusleut
Hillside Justice, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Hillside Sweetgrass, Montana Lehrerleut
Hillside Doland, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Hillsvale Cut Knife, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Hillview Rosebud, Alberta Dariusleut
Hodgeville Hodgeville, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Holden Holden, Alberta Dariusleut
Holmfield Killarney, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Holt Irma, Alberta Dariusleut
Homewood Starbuck, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Horizon Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Horizon Lowe Farm, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Hughenden Hughenden, Alberta Dariusleut
Huron Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Huron Huron, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Huron Brownlee, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Hutterville Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
Hutterville Stratford, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Huxley Huxley, Alberta Dariusleut
Iberville Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Interlake Teulon, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Iron Creek Bruce, Alberta Dariusleut
James Valley Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Jamesville Utica, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Jenner Jenner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Kamsley Somerset, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Keho Lake Barons, Alberta Dariusleut
Keystone Warren, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Kilby Butte Roundup, Montana Dariusleut
King Ranch Lewiston, Montana Dariusleut
Kings Lake Foremost, Alberta Lehrerleut
Kingsbury Valier, Montana Lehrerleut
Kingsland New Dayton, Alberta Lehrerleut
Kyle Kyle, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Lajord White City, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Lake View Lake Andes, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Lakeside Cranford, Alberta Dariusleut
Lakeside Cartier, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Lakeview Unity, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Lathom Bassano, Alberta Lehrerleut
Leask Leask, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Leedale Rimbey, Alberta Dariusleut
Lismore Clinton, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Little Bow Champion, Alberta Dariusleut
Little Creek Marquette, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Livingstone Lundbreck, Alberta Dariusleut
Lomond Lomond, Alberta Dariusleut
Lone Pine Botha, Alberta Lehrerleut
Long Lake Westport, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Loring Loring, Montana Dariusleut
Lost River Allan, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Lougheed Lougheed, Alberta Dariusleut
MacMillan Cayley, Alberta Lehrerleut
Main Centre Rush Lake, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Mannville Mannville, Alberta Dariusleut
Maple Grove Lauder, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Maple River Fullerton, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Marble Ridge Hodgson, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Marlin Marlin, Washington Dariusleut
Martinsdale Martinsdale, Montana Lehrerleut
Maxwell Cartier, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Maxwell Scotland, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Mayfair Killarney, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Mayfield Etzikom, Alberta Dariusleut
Mayfield Willow Lake, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
McGee Rosetown, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
McMahon MacMahon, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Mialta Vulcan, Alberta Lehrerleut
Miami New Dayton, Alberta Lehrerleut
Miami Morden, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Midland Taber, Alberta Lehrerleut
Midway Conrad, Montana Lehrerleut
Milden Milden, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Milford Raymond, Alberta Lehrerleut
Milford Wolf Creek, Montana Lehrerleut
Millbrook Mitchell, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Miller Choteau, Montana Lehrerleut
Millerdale Miller, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
MillsHof Glenboro, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Milltown Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Miltow Warner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Mixburn Minburn, Alberta Dariusleut
Morinville Morinville, Alberta Dariusleut
Mountain View Strathmore, Alberta Dariusleut
Mountain View Broadview, Montana Lehrerleut
Netley Petersfield, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Neu Muehl Drumheller, Alberta Lehrerleut
Neudorf Crossfield, Alberta Lehrerleut
Neuhof Mountain Lake, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 1
New Elm Spring Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
New Elm Spring Ethan, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
New Miami Conrad, Montana Lehrerleut
New Rockport New Dayton, Alberta Lehrerleut
New Rockport Choteau, Montana Lehrerleut
New Rosedale Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
New York Lethbridge, Alberta Dariusleut
Newdale Milo, Alberta Lehrerleut
Newdale Brandon, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Newdale Elkton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Newell Bassano, Alberta Lehrerleut
Newhaven Argyle, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Newport Claremont, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Norfeld White, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Norquay Oakville, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
North Harlem Harlem, Montana Dariusleut
Northern Breeze Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
O.B. Marwayne, Alberta Dariusleut
O. K. Raymond, Alberta Lehrerleut
Oak Bluff Morris, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Oak Lane Alexandria, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Oak River Oak River, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Oaklane Taber, Alberta Lehrerleut
Oakridge Holland, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Odanah Minnedosa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Old Elm Spring Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
Old Elm Spring Parkston, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Orland Montrose, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Parkland Nanton, Alberta Lehrerleut
Parkview Riding Mountain, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Peace View Farmington, BC Dariusleut
Pearl Creek Iroquois, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pembina Darlingford, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pembrook Ipswich, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pennant Pennant, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Pibroch Westlock, Alberta Dariusleut
Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Alberta Dariusleut
Pine Creek Austin, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pine Haven Wetaskiwin, Alberta Dariusleut
Pine Hill Red Deer, Alberta Dariusleut
Pineland Piney, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Plain Lake Two Hills, Alberta Dariusleut
Plainview Warner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Plainview Elkhorn, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Plainview Leola, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Platte Platte, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pleasant Valley Clive, Alberta Dariusleut
Pleasant Valley Belt, Montana Lehrerleut
Pleasant Valley Flandreau, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Poinsett Estelline, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Pondera Valier, Montana Lehrerleut
Ponderosa Grassy Lake, Alberta Lehrerleut
Ponteix Ponteix, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Poplar Point Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Prairie Blossom Stonewall, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Prairie Elk Wolf Point, Montana Dariusleut
Prairie Home Wrentham, Alberta Lehrerleut
Prairie View Sibbald, Alberta Dariusleut
Quill Lake Quill Lake, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Rainbow Innisfail, Alberta Dariusleut
Raymore Raymore, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Red Willow Stettler, Alberta Dariusleut
Red Willow White, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Ribstone Edgerton, Alberta Dariusleut
Ridge Valley Crooked Creek, Alberta Dariusleut
Ridgeland Hussar, Alberta Lehrerleut
Ridgeland Dugald, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Ridgeville Ridgeville, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Rimrock Sunburst, Montana Lehrerleut
River Road Milk River, Alberta Lehrerleut
Riverbend Mossleigh, Alberta Lehrerleut
Riverbend Carberry, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Riverbend Waldheim, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Riverdale Gladstone, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Riverside Ft. Macleod, Alberta Dariusleut
Riverside Arden, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Riverside Huron, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Riverview Chester, Montana Lehrerleut
Riverview Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Rock Lake Coaldale, Alberta Lehrerleut
Rock Lake Grosse Isle, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rockport Magrath, Alberta Lehrerleut
Rockport Pendroy, Montana Lehrerleut
Rockport Alexandria, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Roland White, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rolling Acres Eden, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rosalind Camrose, Alberta Lehrerleut
Rose Glen Hilda, Alberta Lehrerleut
Rose Valley Graysville, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rose Valley Assiniboia, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Rosebank Miami, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rosebud Rockyford, Alberta Dariusleut
Rosedale Etzikom, Alberta Lehrerleut
Rosedale Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Rosedale Mitchell, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Rosetown Rosetown, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Rustic Acres Madison, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Sage Creek Chester, Montana Lehrerleut
Sand Lake Val Marie, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Sandhills Beiseker, Alberta Dariusleut
Schoonover Odessa, Washington Dariusleut
Scotford Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Dariusleut
Scott Scott, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Seville Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut
Shadow Ranch Champion, Alberta Dariusleut
Shady Lane Wanham, Alberta Dariusleut
Shady Lane Treherne, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Shamrock Bow Island, Alberta Lehrerleut
Shamrock Carpenter, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Shannon Winfred, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Silver Creek Ferintoch, Alberta Dariusleut
Silver Lake Clark, South Dakota Dariusleut
Silver Sage Foremost, Alberta Lehrerleut
Silverwinds Sperling, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Simmie Admiral, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Sky Light Vulcan, Alberta Lehrerleut
Sky View Miami, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Smiley Smiley, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Smoky Lake Smoky Lake, Alberta Dariusleut
Sommerfeld High Bluff, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Souris River Elgin, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
South Bend Alliance, Alberta Lehrerleut
South Peace Farmington, BC Dariusleut
Southland Herbert, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Sovereign Rosetown, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Spink Frankfort, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spokane Reardan, Washington Dariusleut
Spring Creek Walsh, Alberta Dariusleut
Spring Creek Lewistown, Montana Dariusleut
Spring Creek Forbes, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spring Hill Neepawa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Spring Lake Arlington, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spring Lake Swift Current, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Spring Point Pincher Creek, Alberta Dariusleut
Spring Prairie Hawley, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spring Ridge Wainwright, Alberta Dariusleut
Spring Side Duchess, Alberta Lehrerleut
Spring Valley Spring Coulee, Alberta Dariusleut
Spring Valley Brandon, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spring Valley Wessington Springs, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Spring View Gem, Alberta Lehrerleut
Spring Water Ruthilda, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Springdale White Sulphur, Montana Lehrerleut
Springfield Anola, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Springfield Kindersley, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Springvale Rockyford, Alberta Dariusleut
Springwater Harlowton, Montana Lehrerleut
Spruce Lane Blanchard, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Sprucewood Brookdale, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Stahl Ritzville, Washington Dariusleut
Stahlville Rockyford, Alberta Dariusleut
Standard Standard, Alberta Lehrerleut
Standoff Ft. Macleod, Alberta Dariusleut
Stanfield Stanfield, Oregon Dariusleut
Star City Star City, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Starbrite Foremost, Alberta Lehrerleut
Starland Drumheller, Alberta Dariusleut
Starland Gibbon, Minnesota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Starlite Starbuck, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Sturgeon Creek Headingley, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Suncrest Castor, Alberta Lehrerleut
Suncrest Tourond, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Sundale Milnor, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Sunny Bend Westlock, Alberta Dariusleut
Sunny Brook Chester, Montana Lehrerleut
Sunny Dale Perdue, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Sunny Site Warner, Alberta Lehrerleut
Sunnyside Newton Siding, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Sunrise Etzikom, Alberta Lehrerleut
Sunset Britton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Sunshine Hussar, Alberta Dariusleut
Surprise Creek Stanford, Montana Dariusleut
Swift Current Swift Current, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Thompson Ft. Macleod, Alberta Dariusleut
Three Hills Three Hills, Alberta Dariusleut
Thunderbird Faulkton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 1
Tofield, Alberta Tofield, Alberta Dariusleut
Tompkins Tompkins, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Treesbank Wawanesa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Trileaf Baldur, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Tschetter Irricana, Alberta Dariusleut
Tschetter Olivet, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Turin Turin, Alberta Dariusleut
Turner Turner, Montana Dariusleut
Twilight Falher, Alberta Lehrerleut
Twilight Neepawa, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Twin Creek Standard, Alberta Lehrerleut
Twin Hills Carter, Montana Lehrerleut
Twin Rivers Manning, Alberta Dariusleut
Upland Artesian, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Valley Centre Biggar, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Valley View Torrington, Alberta Dariusleut
Valley View Swan Lake, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Valleyview Ranch Valley View, Alberta Dariusleut
Vanguard Vanguard, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Vegreville Vegreville, Alberta Dariusleut
Verdant Valley Drumheller, Alberta Lehrerleut
Vermillion Sanford, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Veteran Veteran, Alberta Dariusleut
Viking Viking, Alberta Dariusleut
Waldeck Swift Current, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Waldheim Elie, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Warburg Warburg, Alberta Dariusleut
Warden Warden, Washington Dariusleut
Waterton Hillspring, Alberta Dariusleut
Webb Webb, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Wellwood Ninette, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
West Bench East End, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
West Raley Cardston, Alberta Dariusleut
Westroc Westbourne, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Westwood Britton, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Wheatland Rockyford, Alberta Dariusleut
Wheatland Tower City, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Wheatland Cabri, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
White Lake Nobleford, Alberta Dariusleut
White Rock Rosholt, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Whiteshell River Hills, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Wild Rose Vulcan, Alberta Lehrerleut
Willow Creek Claresholm, Alberta Lehrerleut
Willow Creek Cartwright, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Willow Park Tessier, Saskatchewan Dariusleut
Willowbank Edgeley, North Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Wilson Siding Coaldale, Alberta Dariusleut
Windy Bay Pilot Mound, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Wingham Elm Creek, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 1
Winnifred Medicine Hat, Alberta Lehrerleut
Wintering Hills Hussar, Alberta Dariusleut
Wolf Creek Stirling, Alberta Dariusleut
Wolf Creek Olivet, South Dakota Schmiedeleut Group 2
Wollman Ranch Elgin, North Dakota Dariusleut
Woodland Poplar Point, Manitoba Schmiedeleut Group 2
Wymark Vanguard, Saskatchewan Lehrerleut
Zenith Cut Bank, Montana Lehrerleut

See also Bruderhof, Society of Brothers

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Author(s) Robert Friedmann
John Hofer
Hans Meier
John V. Hinde
Date Published 1989



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