By Crystal Thompson
Growing up in rural Montana, one is vaguely aware of the people known as the Hutterites. Many aspects of the Hutterite way of life, however, remain a mystery to the modern world.
In "Hutterites of Montana," a book by Texas author Laura Wilson, new light is shed on the enclosed culture of Montanan Hutterite colonies. Full of intriguing description, history and breathtaking photos, "Hutterites of Montana" provides readers with an in-depth look at the life of the Hutterite people.
The book documents the history, morals, structure and day-to-day living of the Hutterite society. Wilson uses the information and photos gathered over fourteen years of studying and interviewing the Hutterite people to introduce the intriguing culture to her readers.
"Hutterites of Montana" is full of high quality black and white photos as well as highly informative documentary on the Hutterite culture.