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<em>Little Visitor</em>, an illustrated eight-page paper for children, was published experimentally for the Christmas season of 1878 by H. B. Brenneman, Elkhart, [[Indiana (USA)|Indiana]]. Brenneman was the "Brother Henry" whose articles appeared frequently in the Children's Department of the <em>[[Herald of Truth (Periodical)|Herald of Truth]]. </em>There were no further issues.
 
<em>Little Visitor</em>, an illustrated eight-page paper for children, was published experimentally for the Christmas season of 1878 by H. B. Brenneman, Elkhart, [[Indiana (USA)|Indiana]]. Brenneman was the "Brother Henry" whose articles appeared frequently in the Children's Department of the <em>[[Herald of Truth (Periodical)|Herald of Truth]]. </em>There were no further issues.
 
 
 
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Little Visitor, an illustrated eight-page paper for children, was published experimentally for the Christmas season of 1878 by H. B. Brenneman, Elkhart, Indiana. Brenneman was the "Brother Henry" whose articles appeared frequently in the Children's Department of the Herald of Truth. There were no further issues.


Author(s) Nelson P Springer
Date Published 1956


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Springer, Nelson P. "Little Visitor (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1956. Web. 30 Jul 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Little_Visitor_(Periodical)&oldid=83278.

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Springer, Nelson P. (1956). Little Visitor (Periodical). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 30 July 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Little_Visitor_(Periodical)&oldid=83278.




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