The town was incorporated in 1946. It is now the shopping center of a large community of Mennonites, serving some 10,000 Mennonites of the East Reserve. The town also has a Mennonite hospital (leased to a public hospital administration in 1957), Bible college (Steinbach Bible College), invalid home, MCC clothing depot, a Bible camp association, and a child welfare home.
Das 75-jährige Gedenkfeier der Mennonitischen Einwanderung in Manitoba, Canada. 1949.
Das 60-jährige Jubiläum der Mennonitischen Ost-Reserve. Steinbach, 1935.
Facts About Steinbach, An Industrial Survey of the Town of Steinbach, Given out by the Bureau of Industrial Development, Department of Industry and Commerce, Province of Manitoba (no date indicated, 1954).
Reimer, P. J. B. "Historical Sketches of Steinbach and District. Carillon News VII, Nos. 1-18 and 20. Steinbach, 1952.
"Steinbach. The First Mennonite Settlement in Western Canada." (unpublished manuscript).
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Penner, Archie. "Steinbach (Manitoba, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 18 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Steinbach_(Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=96568.
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