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History Fact #11
The name Amish, used derisively, was relatively unused in Europe. They preferred to be called Taüffer or Mennonitten. On the American frontier, the term Amish became useful to distinguish between them and other Anabaptist groups.
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Source: Unser Leit, The Story of the Amish