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Bon Homme, a [[Hutterian Brethren (Hutterische Brüder)|Hutterite]] [[Bruderhof|Bruderhof]] 20 miles (32 km) west of Yankton, Bon Homme County, [[South Dakota (USA)|South Dakota]], founded in 1874. [[Waldner, Michael (1834-1889)|Preacher Michael Waldner]] reinstated communal living in [[Russia|Russia]] in 1859, supported by [[Hofer, Jakob (ca. 1830-1900)|Jakob Hofer]], who was later chosen preacher. But when Russia introduced universal military service these two preachers with several families immigrated to America and founded the first Hutterite Bruderhof in America. During a period of 74 years (1874-1948) this Bruderhof became the parent colony of thirty colonies in South Dakota and [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], with a population of 2,767 souls, all born in the Bruderhofs. [[Waldner, Michael (1834-1889)|Michael Waldner]] died in 1889 and is buried here. Jakob Hofer moved out of this Bruderhof and founded the Milltown Bruderhof, where he died. [[Waldner, Jakob (1838-1897)|Jakob Waldner]], chosen as preacher at Bon Homme in 1875, died in the Milltown Bruderhof. Joseph Waldner, chosen as minister in 1880, died here in 1915. Michael Waldner, chosen as minister in 1907, died 1947, is also buried here. Joseph Wirz was chosen in 1945. There were 43 baptized members in a population of 108 in 1947.
 
Bon Homme, a [[Hutterian Brethren (Hutterische Brüder)|Hutterite]] [[Bruderhof|Bruderhof]] 20 miles (32 km) west of Yankton, Bon Homme County, [[South Dakota (USA)|South Dakota]], founded in 1874. [[Waldner, Michael (1834-1889)|Preacher Michael Waldner]] reinstated communal living in [[Russia|Russia]] in 1859, supported by [[Hofer, Jakob (ca. 1830-1900)|Jakob Hofer]], who was later chosen preacher. But when Russia introduced universal military service these two preachers with several families immigrated to America and founded the first Hutterite Bruderhof in America. During a period of 74 years (1874-1948) this Bruderhof became the parent colony of thirty colonies in South Dakota and [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], with a population of 2,767 souls, all born in the Bruderhofs. [[Waldner, Michael (1834-1889)|Michael Waldner]] died in 1889 and is buried here. Jakob Hofer moved out of this Bruderhof and founded the Milltown Bruderhof, where he died. [[Waldner, Jakob (1838-1897)|Jakob Waldner]], chosen as preacher at Bon Homme in 1875, died in the Milltown Bruderhof. Joseph Waldner, chosen as minister in 1880, died here in 1915. Michael Waldner, chosen as minister in 1907, died 1947, is also buried here. Joseph Wirz was chosen in 1945. There were 43 baptized members in a population of 108 in 1947.
  
Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Hutterite Colony include: [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Bon Homme]] (Elie, Manitoba); [[Cedar Grove Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Cedar Grove]] (Platte, South Dakota); [[Spring Valley Hutterite Colony (Shilo, Manitoba, Canada)|Spring Valley]] (Shilo, Manitoba); and [[Starlite Hutterite Colony (Starbuck, Manitoba, Canada)|Starlite]] (Starbuck, Manitoba).
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Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Hutterite Colony include: [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Bon Homme]] (Elie, Manitoba); [[Cedar Grove Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Cedar Grove]] (Platte, South Dakota); [[Platte Hutterite Colony (Platte, South Dakota, USA)|Platte]] (Platte, South Dakota); [[Rockport Hutterite Colony (Alexandria, South Dakota, USA)|Rockport]] (Alexandria, South Dakota); and [[Spink Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Spink]] (Frankfort, South Dakota)
  
 
In 2012 Bon Homme Hutterite Colony was a [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] Group 2 colony. The minister was Alvin Stahl and the manager was Samuel Waldner.
 
In 2012 Bon Homme Hutterite Colony was a [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] Group 2 colony. The minister was Alvin Stahl and the manager was Samuel Waldner.
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'''Phone''': 605-463-2114
 
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== Managers and Ministers ==
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| Samuel Waldner || Alvin Stahl || 2006
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| Samuel Waldner || Alvin Stahl || 2017
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= Maps =
 
= Maps =
 
[[Map:Bonne Homme Hutterite Colony (Yankton, South Dakota)|Map:Bonne Homme Hutterite Colony (Yankton, South Dakota)]]
 
[[Map:Bonne Homme Hutterite Colony (Yankton, South Dakota)|Map:Bonne Homme Hutterite Colony (Yankton, South Dakota)]]
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Revision as of 00:10, 15 September 2017

Bon Homme, a Hutterite Bruderhof 20 miles (32 km) west of Yankton, Bon Homme County, South Dakota, founded in 1874. Preacher Michael Waldner reinstated communal living in Russia in 1859, supported by Jakob Hofer, who was later chosen preacher. But when Russia introduced universal military service these two preachers with several families immigrated to America and founded the first Hutterite Bruderhof in America. During a period of 74 years (1874-1948) this Bruderhof became the parent colony of thirty colonies in South Dakota and Manitoba, with a population of 2,767 souls, all born in the Bruderhofs. Michael Waldner died in 1889 and is buried here. Jakob Hofer moved out of this Bruderhof and founded the Milltown Bruderhof, where he died. Jakob Waldner, chosen as preacher at Bon Homme in 1875, died in the Milltown Bruderhof. Joseph Waldner, chosen as minister in 1880, died here in 1915. Michael Waldner, chosen as minister in 1907, died 1947, is also buried here. Joseph Wirz was chosen in 1945. There were 43 baptized members in a population of 108 in 1947.

Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Hutterite Colony include: Bon Homme (Elie, Manitoba); Cedar Grove (Platte, South Dakota); Platte (Platte, South Dakota); Rockport (Alexandria, South Dakota); and Spink (Frankfort, South Dakota)

In 2012 Bon Homme Hutterite Colony was a Schmiedeleut Group 2 colony. The minister was Alvin Stahl and the manager was Samuel Waldner.

Additional Information

Location: Tabor, South Dakota (coordinates: 42.863889, -97.706667 [42˚ 51′ 50″ N, 97˚ 42′ 24″ W])

Address: 31232 Colony Road, Tabor, SD 57063-6503

Phone: 605-463-2114

Managers and Ministers

Manager Minister Years
Samuel Waldner Alvin Stahl 2006
Samuel Waldner Alvin Stahl 2017

Maps

Map:Bonne Homme Hutterite Colony (Yankton, South Dakota)


Author(s) David Decker
Bert Friesen
Date Published September 2017


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Decker, David and Bert Friesen. "Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2017. Web. 22 Oct 2017. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bon_Homme_Hutterite_Colony_(Tabor,_South_Dakota,_USA)&oldid=154345.

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Decker, David and Bert Friesen. (September 2017). Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 22 October 2017, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bon_Homme_Hutterite_Colony_(Tabor,_South_Dakota,_USA)&oldid=154345.




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