7 responses to Arkansas Amish

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    Alice Aber
    Arkansas Amish (March 31st, 2011 at 07:22)

    Very interesting Erik! I never knew there were Amish in Arkansas, but perhaps with so few there not many do know.

    Blessings, Alice

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    Beth shriver
    Arkansas Amish (March 31st, 2011 at 11:39)

    I visited an Amish group down here in Texas in Grandview. They said they don’t count on farming to live on and grow just enough for themselves and sell at Farmer’s markets. They say it’s tough to farm in texas compared to when they lived in Philly.

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      Kelly
      Amish Settlements (July 1st, 2012 at 11:55)

      Amish Settlements

      I wonder why Amish have not settled down in the state of Washington! It is beautiful here with plunty of land for farming and agriculture.

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    D. Bush
    How do I find an Amish family? (October 12th, 2011 at 20:26)

    How do I find an Amish family?

    I don’t know who I should ask or even what I can do? I lived with a family as a child that I called my family. I don’t remember their last named even. I was very small. I was considered a foundling. They called me Kinder and Dorothea or Dorthy. It was the closest approximation of my English name. Eventually my “English” grandparents came to claim me. I want to see if they are still alive and thriving.

    I remember the woman I called Mama, was young and still had not had children. She was due to have one when I left. We lived on a street that faced each others houses. Across the street were a bunch of boys that were Amish also.

    There was a general store, which only big strong men could go into because the things for sale tempted me so. English people would come into the store and comment about how “adorable” I was sitting on the bench outside. I remember having trouble sitting still and waiting for Papa, the man I called Papa.

    I was too young for school yet. I was in Pennsylvania. My grandparents told me they moved to Ohio and that I would never see them again when I was little. They told me I should forget about them. I am an adult now. I still can’t forget them. When I talk about the things I did with my husband as a child, I still refer to them as Mamma and Papa. I would like to know that they are fine and to thank them for caring for me even though I was a strange foundling.

    How do I find an Amish family?

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    Henry
    I am looking for fresh produce (July 3rd, 2012 at 01:10)

    I am looking for fresh produce

    I was told about a Amish community that sells produce some outside of Little Rock, AR I was wondering where it is excatly and if I could got there and by some of there produce. I would like to know what all is available to purchase.

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      Regina G. Turner
      info (January 26th, 2013 at 11:53)

      info

      There is an Amish branded store in Arkansas that resells their products. Mostis from other areas, check out Amish store in Arkansas. The produce you are thinking of comes from Mennonites. We have a gathering outside LittleRock that come to city several times a month, more likely to see them near Bryant, Benton area.

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      Virginia
      amish store outside little rock, ar (October 30th, 2013 at 20:51)

      amish store outside little rock, ar

      I’m not sure about one that is near Little Rock but Midway Discount Foods is a Mennonite owned store in Dardanelle, Ar. The owner of the store is a helpful man and might know of the place that you are looking for. The number for the store is 479-229-3368. Hope you find a family store to support :)

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