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Broederschapshuizen (Brotherhood houses) was the name given in [[Netherlands|Holland]] to the Mennonite campgrounds and houses which were available to Mennonites, as well as others, as quarters for conferences and vacation periods. In 1950 the following broederschapshuizen were in existence: [[Elspeet (Gelderland, Netherlands)|Elspeet]] founded 1925; [[Fredeshiem (Steenwijk, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Fredeshiem]], near Steenwijk founded 1929; [[Schoorl (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Schoorl]] founded 1932; [[Bilthoven (Utrecht, Netherlands)|Bilthoven]] founded 1936; [[Kraggehuis (Giethoorn, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Kraggehuis]] founded 1921, and [[Samen Een (Giethoorn, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Samen Een]] founded 1932, both near [[Giethoorn (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Giethoorn]].
 
Broederschapshuizen (Brotherhood houses) was the name given in [[Netherlands|Holland]] to the Mennonite campgrounds and houses which were available to Mennonites, as well as others, as quarters for conferences and vacation periods. In 1950 the following broederschapshuizen were in existence: [[Elspeet (Gelderland, Netherlands)|Elspeet]] founded 1925; [[Fredeshiem (Steenwijk, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Fredeshiem]], near Steenwijk founded 1929; [[Schoorl (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Schoorl]] founded 1932; [[Bilthoven (Utrecht, Netherlands)|Bilthoven]] founded 1936; [[Kraggehuis (Giethoorn, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Kraggehuis]] founded 1921, and [[Samen Een (Giethoorn, Overijssel, Netherlands)|Samen Een]] founded 1932, both near [[Giethoorn (Overijssel, Netherlands)|Giethoorn]].
 
 
 
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Broederschapshuizen (Brotherhood houses) was the name given in Holland to the Mennonite campgrounds and houses which were available to Mennonites, as well as others, as quarters for conferences and vacation periods. In 1950 the following broederschapshuizen were in existence: Elspeet founded 1925; Fredeshiem, near Steenwijk founded 1929; Schoorl founded 1932; Bilthoven founded 1936; Kraggehuis founded 1921, and Samen Een founded 1932, both near Giethoorn.


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
Date Published 1953


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van der Zijpp, Nanne. "Broederschaphuis." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1953. Web. 27 Jul 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Broederschaphuis&oldid=76565.

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van der Zijpp, Nanne. (1953). Broederschaphuis. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 27 July 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Broederschaphuis&oldid=76565.




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