From the Vistula Delta to Molotschna (p. 35, 36)
The migration from the Vistula Delta to Molotschna in 1803 -
1804 was much simpler than the migration to Chortitza had been. The division of
Poland had been
completed in 1795 making it possible for the Mennonite caravans to proceed
south along the Vistula to Warsaw
and then to follow the water-shed of the river systems in a southeast direction
to Volhynia and on to Chortitza. They stayed in Chortitza for the winter and
then continued to the Molotschna area the following spring.
Hermann Epp provided map 36 in Mennonite Life October 1951,
to illustrate a specific immigration route.