We envision the Global Anabaptist Wiki to become a major site for primary sources related to the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition: from the 16th century to the present and in a wide variety of languages. Please post any public domain sources you think might be of interest to other users of AnabaptistWiki. Our staff will help to sort and organize source material into appropriate categories as it is added. Click here to view sources.
To add a source, first go to the Sources page and click the "edit" tab. Insert a link to your story under the section for your region and country using the following code:
[[Your Source Title]]. This will create a red link (meaning the article does not exist yet). Follow this link to a new page and begin writing your story.
After writing a story, be sure to insert the following code at the bottom of the page
[[Category:Sources]]. This will create a link to your story on the sources category page.
If you are writing the story in a language other than English, add a language code to the end of the category code to create a link to your story in the appropriate stories category language page. For example, if you write a story in Spanish, you should insert the following code at the bottom of the page
[[Category:Stories/es]]. This will create a link to your story on the category page for all stories written in Spanish. Click on the following link for more information about the Global Anabaptist Wiki's language policy.