3 Giants of Norw.-American Newspapers. Vinland, January 11-25, 1968.
John Anderson of Skandinaven, B. Anundsen of Decorah-Posten, and Thorvald Guldbrandsen of Minneapolis Tidende.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

85-Year-Old Norwegian Poem Tells of Eau Claire Strike, Writes T. Ager. Minnesota Posten, January 19, 1967.
The story of the strike at several lumber mills in 1881.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

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A 125 year history of Rock Praire [sic] Lutheran Congregation: June 22 & 23, 1996. Fergus Falls, Minn.: Victor Lundeen Co [1996]. 41 pp.; ill. Rock Prairie Lutheran Church, Stony Brook Township, Grant County, Minnesota.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

A Battle in Britain. The Manifest (Minneapolis), May, 1966.
A discussion of criticisms of the Vinland map of 1440.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

A Brief Survey of Scandinavian Studies in the U.S." Scandinavian Review, 70:86-94 (September, 1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

A History of Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Town of Farmington, 1859-1959. Farmington, Wisconsin, 1959. 33 p.
Volume 21, 1962

A new picture of an old pioneer. Lutheran almanac, 1934, p. 55-59.
A biographical sketch of Elling Eielsen (1804-83).
Volume 8, 1934

A Nordic Congress on Migration Research. American Studies in Scandinavia, 1:22-24 (Summer, 1968).
Report of a conference on migration in Sweden in 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

A Pioneer in Northwest America, 1841-1858: The Memoirs of Gustaf Unonius, vol. 2. Translated from the Swedish by Jonas Oscar Backlund; edited by Nils William Olsson. Minneapolis, 1960. 357 p.
The earlier volume (1950) contains the story of Unonius’ migration and pioneer activities. The second continues the account and also tells of his work as an Episcopal pastor among the Swedes and Norwegians at Pine Lake, Wisconsin, and in Chicago.
Volume 21, 1962

A. C. M.” Luren sangforening er 90 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:111 (May, 1958).
The Norwegian-American choir, Luren, of Decorah, Iowa, celebrates its ninetieth anniversary.
Volume 20, 1959 (article)

A.R., “Hedemarkinger på Kanadas prærie.” Årbok/Ringsaker. Veldre og Brotturn historielag, 1991, I: 42-44.
An account of the Olstad brothers from Veldre, Hedmark, reprinted from Hamar Stiftstidende, 1934.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

AABREKK, ANTON. Med “Valkyrien” over havet. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58: 166 (August-September, 1965).
The last voyage of Norwegian emigrants to America under sail, on the “Valkyrie” in 1873,
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

AAKHUS, EIVND D. Minne frå Noreg og Amerika. [Kristiansand, Johanssen & Tangens prenteverk,
1932.] 112 p.
Recollections of a violinist who made many concert tours in Norway and America during the first quarter of the twentieth century. He immigrated in 1878 and was for a time a farmer in the Red River Valley of Minnesota.
Volume 10, 1938

AAMLAND, TOLV. Agder og Amerika, en samling gamle Amerika-brev, med innledning av skulestyrar Tolv Aamland og dr. philos. Ingrid Semmingsen. Oslo, 1953. 84 p.
The old America letters in this collection cover the years 1850-89. The first introduction, by Mr. Aamland, is entitled “Ei ny verd veks fram” (A New World Grows Forth). The second introduction, by Dr. Semmingsen, is entitled “Nybyggere og brevskrivere” (Pioneers and Letter Writers).
Volume 18, 1954

Aamodt, Erik. “Utvandringen fra Horg.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I:35-40. Emigration from Horg, Sør-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

AARNESS, HANS. Den norske pressa i Amerika frå 1847-1925. Oslo, 1945. 15 p.
The Norwegian press in America, 1847-1925.
Volume 15, 1949

AARON, D. Thorstein Veblen, Moralist and Rhetorician. Antioch Review, 7:381-390 (September, 1947).
Volume 16 1950

AARON, DANIEL. Men of Good Hope: A Story of American Progressives. New York, 1951. 329 p.
Chapter 7 is entitled “Thorstein Veblen, Moralist and Rhetorician.”
Volume 18, 1954

AASE, LARS. Utvandringa frå Kvinesdalen til USA. Agder historielag, Arsskrift, 1980.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

AASEN, ANDERS O.
Ivar Aus. Fra legdegutt til pionérprest. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67: 13-14 (1974).
An account of the imposing church work of a still active centenarian, Anders O. Aasen, who has founded congregations in Minnesota, Alaska, California, New York, and Canada.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Aasetre, Torbjørn. “Emigrasjonen til Nord-Amerika.” Brevik historielag/årbok, 1987: 57-63
Emigration to North America from Langangen in Telemark.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Aasgaard, J. A. Address at seventieth anniversary of Luther college. LUTHERAN HERALD,
15:1353-1355, 1357-1358 (October 27, 1931).
The history of Luther college is reviewed in this article.
Volume 7, 1933

AASGAARD, J. A.
Dr. Aasgaard død. Decorah-Posten, January 20, 1966.
An obituary.
Herman E. Jørgensen. In Memoriam. Minnesota Posten, March 10, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Aasland, Johan L. “Johan L. Aaslands dagboknotater 1924-1928.” Telemark historie, 9: 134-147 (1988).
Notes from the diary of Johan Leonard Aasland (1898-1971) born in Rørholtgrenda in Bamble, Telemark. He emigrated to Canada in 1924 and moved to Chicago in 1926.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Aasmund Olavson Vinje-etti. JUL I VESTERLAND, 1931, p. 13-16.
The genealogy of the Vinje family in Norway and America, principally in Minnesota. The article is signed "Hedleve."
Volume 7, 1933

Aasum, Bjarne. “Amerikabrev. Glimt fra namdalsk utvandring.” Årbok/ Namdalen. Namdal historielag, 1991, I: 31-36.
Letters from Julie Estensdatter Skei, who emigrated from Overhalla, Trøndelag, to America in 1888.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Aasum, Bjarne. “Utvandringen fra Skei, 1888-1904. Skeislekten i USA.” Årbok/Namdalen. Narndal historielag, 1992, I: 123-147.
The Skei family from Overhalla, Nord-Trøndelag, in the United States.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Aasvik, Olav. “Amerikareise i 1914.” Lurøyboka, 1987, I: 69-71.
Aaskvik tells of his journey and first year in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Aavatsmark, O. S. Hans Barlien. En norsk bondefører. New ed., Steinkjer, Norway, 1987. 172 pp.
Originally appeared in 1954. Hans Barlien, a Norwegian peasant leader, emigrated to America in 1837.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

ABERTSON, DOROTHY EARLE. Mid-Night Sun (Norway) to Texas. Tyler, Texas, 1944. 70 p.
Volume 15, 1949

ABRAHAMSEN, SAMUEL
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Professor Samuel Abrahamsen. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, September, 1968.
A sketch of the professor of comparative and international education at Brooklyn College and lecturer in Norwegian language and culture.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Abrahamson, Laura Aleta Iversen, intro, by Philip L. Gerber. “Herding Cows and Waiting Tables: The Diary of Laura Aleta Iversen Abrahamson.” South Dakota History, 20,1(1990), 17-50
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ABRAMOSKE, DONALD J. Victor Lawson and the Chicago Weekly
News:
A Defeat. Journalism Quarterly, Spring, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Abrams, Elliott. “Unforgettable Scoop Jackson.” Readers Digest, February, 1985, 81-85.
Senator Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson (1912-1983) of the state of Washington was the son of Norwegian immigrants.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

ACREA, KENNETH. The Wisconsin Reform Coalition, 1892 to 1900: La Follette’s Rise to Power. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 52: 132-157 (Winter, 1968-1969).
George Borchsenius, Nils P. Haugen, and John Mandt Nelson were members of the reform coalition.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ADAMIC, Louis. A Nation of Nations. New York, 1944, 1945. 399 p.
Chapter 10, p. 249-266, is entitled "Americans from Norway."
Volume 15, 1949

ADELMAN, CLARICE OLSON. From this Valley. Staples, Minnesota, 1981. 124 pp.
". . . poignant collection of stories about one family’s life in the 1930s and 1940s on a Scandinavian farm in the Red River Valley.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

ADOLFSON, SVEN. Magnus Jonasson Linnell: A Real Karl Oskar. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 34-41 (1978).
Like Karl Oskar in Moberg’s famous immigrant novel, Magnus Jonasson came from Småland and settled near Chisago Lake in Minnesota.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

AGER, TRYGVE. Neste romfarer, Major Donald Slayton. Nordisk Tidende (Brooklyn), March 8, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

AGER, WALDEMAR
Clarence Kilde. Tragedy in the Life and Writing of Waldemar Ager: Norwegian Immigrant, Author and Editor.
An M. A. thesis presented at the University of Minnesota in 1978 --“a careful and sympathetic study.’’ 108 typewritten pages.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Ager, Waldemar. En gammel kjæmpe. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:408--411 (December, 1930).
Rasmus B. Anderson of Madison, Wisconsin, pioneer professor, editor, and author, is here presented as an old giant.
---------- Hundeøine. Oslo, Forlagt av H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), 1929. 232 p.
"Dog Eyes" is the title of this story enacted within the American scene. As a boy the hero comes to Chicago from Norway but ultimately he finds his destiny in prairie wilderness. See also following title.
---------- I sit alone. New York, Harper, 1931.
This is his Hundeøine, translated into English by Charles Wharton Stork. Reviewed in New York Times Book Review, 80, IV:24--25 (April 12, 1931), and in New York Herald Tribune Books, 7:23 (March 15, 1931).
---------- Under forvandlingens tegn; fortellinger og saadant. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Fremad publishing
company, 1980. 87 p.
Mr. Ager entitles this volume, "Beneath the symbol of change; stories and such." It is a collection of nine stories and essays, the field of action of some of them being in the Northwest. The mood throughout is playful.
Volume 6, 1931

Ager, Waldemar. En gammel kjæmpe. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:408-411 (December, 1930).
Rasmus B. Anderson of Madison, Wisconsin, pioneer professor, editor, and author, is here presented as an old giant.
---------- Hundeøine. Oslo, Forlagt av H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), 1929. 232 p.
"Dog Eyes" is the title of this story enacted within the American scene. As a boy the hero comes to Chicago from Norway but ultimately he finds his destiny in prairie wilderness. See also following title.
---------- I sit alone. New York, Harper, 1931.
This is his Hundeøine, translated into English by Charles Wharton Stork. Reviewed in New York Times Book Review, 80, IV:24-25 (April 12, 1931), and in New York Herald Tribune Books, 7:23 (March 15, 1931).
---------- Under forvandlingens tegn; fortellinger og saadant. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Fremad publishing company, 1930. 87 p.
Mr. Ager entitles this volume, "Beneath the symbol of change; stories and such." It is a collection of nine stories and essays, the field of action of some of them being in the Northwest. The mood throughout is playful.
Volume 6, 1931

AGER, WALDEMAR. Julius E. Olson. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 25: 294-297 (September, 1932).
A tribute to Professor Olson, written upon his retirement from the chair
of Scandinavian languages and literature at the University of Wisconsin.
---------- Siste kapitel. Norden, 4:11-12 (December, 1932).
A discussion of the use of the Norwegian Language among Norwegian immigrants and their descendants, emphasizing the first two generations. The author assumes that the second generation will see the end of the use of Norwegian and that fusion into American life will eliminate the original speech of the immigrants.
Volume 8, 1934

Ager, Waldemar. On the way to the melting pot: a novel. Translated by Harry T. Cleven. Madison: Prairie Oak Press, 1995. 198 pp. (Prairie classics, no. 4).
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

AGER, WALDEMAR. Sons of the Old Country. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1983. 255 pp. Translated by Trygve M. Ager, with a foreword by Odd S. Lovoll.
"Ager gives a vivid description of the early Norwegian settlers, their struggles and triumphs, the
slow and painful process of assimilation and, finally, their trials in the battlefields, hospitals, and prisons in the South during the Civil War."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

AGER, WILLIAM T. Incidents in the Early Life of Knut Hamsun. American Book Collector, 15:16-18 (September, 1964).
The author and Hamsun at Elroy, Wisconsin. First published in Kvartal-skrift, January, 1916.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

AGERSBORG, H. P. VON W. KJERSCHOW. A future American, or a biographical sketch of Hans Peter of Gjersvik. London, The Mitre press, n.d. 177 p.
"This book is a historical-sociological novel." An immigrant's story, apparently based on real experience.
Volume 9, 1936

AHLBÄCK, RAGNA et al. Amerika trunken: Emigranter beretta om sig själv. Helsingfors, 1976. 199 pp.
Material collected by Finland-Swedish scholars during a study tour among Finnish settlers in the United States and Canada, 1971.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

AHLSTROM, SYDNEY E. The Lutheran Church and American Culture. Lutheran Quarterly, 9:321-342 (November, 1957).
Volume 20, 1959

AHOLA, DAVID JOHN. Finnish-Americans and International Communism: A Study of Finnish-American Communism from Bolshevization to the Demise of the Third International. Washington, D.C., 1981. ix, 346 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

AKERMAN, SUNE. Toward an Understanding of Emigrational Processes. Scandinavian Journal of History, 3: 131-154 (Stockholm, 1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Alba, Richard D. Italian Americans: Into the Twilight of Ethnicity. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1985. ix, 182 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ALBANY, WISCONSIN
Albany Lutheran Church: Centennial 1863-1963. 20 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregation)

ALBRECHT, ESTHER A. Riders of the North Star. New York, 1970. 210 pp.
A fictionalized story of Swedes migrating to America during and after the mid-nineteenth century.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

ALCORN, ROWENA L. and GORDON D. The Nylund Family, Pioneers of Old Ozette. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 53:151-156 (October, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Alexander, Martha Lee. “Stoughton, Wisconsin's syttende mai celebration: the dynamic of a small-town American festival,” Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1993, 396 pp.; ill., Ph.D., Indiana University, 1986.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

Alfredson, James B. Newmann: The Pioneer Mentalist. Glenwood, Illinois, 1989. 88 pp.
Christian Andrew George Naeseth (1880-1952), also known as C. A. George Newmann, was born near Kenyon, Minnesota. As “Newmann the Great” he toured the Northwest and West Coast, and “his show of hypnotism, mentalism, and ‘fun and wonders’ meant first-class entertainment.” Newmann also claimed to have collected the largest collection of magic books in the Western hemisphere; he wrote Newmann’s Magical Library.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Aliens in the United States. Washington, D.C., 1965. 487 p.
Lists the number of aliens by states, counties, and nationalities.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Allen, E. John B. “Skeeing’ in Maine: The Early Years, 1870s to 1920s.” Maine Historical Society Quarterly, 30, 3-4 (1991), 146-165.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Allen, E. John B. “The Modernization of the Skisport: Ishpeming’s Contribution to American Skiing.” The Michigan Historical Review, 16, 1: 1-20 (Spring, 1990).
Norwegians, Swedes and Finns in the Northwest introduced skiing as a sport. Ishpeming, Michigan, became a center of skiing competition.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Allen, E. John B. From Skisport to Skiing. One Hundred Years of an American Sport, 1840-1940. Amherst, Mass., 1993.229 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Allen, James Paul and Eugene James Turner. We the People: An Atlas of America’s Ethnic Diversity. New York, 1988. xii, 3l5pp.
Ethnic settlements in the United States based on the 1980 census. Those who claimed to be of Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish ancestry are included.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Almås, Reidar. Norwegian Farmers in the USA: A Contemporary Report Based on the Stories of 36 Midwestern Families. Santa Cruz, California, 1988. 71 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ALMQUIST, STEN. "Johan Frederik Tenggren: Soldier, Poet, Gold-miner." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:241-265 (1982). Translated by J. E. Norton and H. A. Barton.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

America letters. Første brev hjem. Hallingen, December, 1963. A letter written by Ole Jodock, Williston, North Dakota, May, 1890.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

American Economic Association. Papers and Proceedings of the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, Philadelphia, December 28-30, 1957 (American Economic Review, vol. 48, no. 2-May, 1958).
The first thirty-four pages are devoted to the Veblen Centenary Round Table, with the following papers: Source and Impact of Veblen, by Joseph Dorfman; The Influence of Veblen on Mid-Century Institutionalism, by Allan G. Grundy; Veblen’s Critique of the American Economy, by Paul M. Sweezy; Discussion, by Peter N. Vukasin and George W. Zinke.
Volume 20, 1959

Amerikabrev fra 1858-1871.” Gamle Modum. Årsskrift for Modum historielag, 3:17-20 (1988).
An 1858 letter from Steel county, Minnesota, by Ingri Andersdatter and Ole Jens Høgaasen detailing a difficult journey, and an 1871 letter from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, by Hans J. Rustand describing life in a lumber camp and encounters with local Indians.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Amerikabrev,” Årbok for Nordfjord (1994), 28:112-114; ill. America letters.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Amerikabrev,” Varden. Onsøy Historielag (1998), I: 26-28. America letters.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Amerikabrev.” Årbok for Mosvik historielag (1998), I: 48-69. America letters.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Amerikabrev.” Sagn og soge i Søndre Ourdahl, 1988: 17-25.
Letter of July 11, 1880 by Iver Andersen Lie of Dane county, Wisconsin, to his family in Hedalen, Valdres.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

AMERIKABREVE FRA GAMLE TIDER. Decorah-posten, May 20-August 12, 1938.
Twelve letters, covering the period December, 1852-May, 1873, written from Wisconsin, Iowa,
and Minnesota by Norwegian immigrants to relatives in Norway.
Volume 11, 1940

Amerikafarten frå Sogn.” Årbok for Sogn, 1989: 35.
Emigration from the county of Sogn in the west of Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Amerikansk professor om norsk sprogstrid: soleklart at nynorsk og bokmål må holdes adskilt. Frisprog, Oslo, February 5, 1966.
Views on Norway’s language problem, by Sverre Arestad.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Amerson, Robert. From the Hidewood: memories of a Dakota neighborhood. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, 1996. 364 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

And All Our Yesterdays . . . 4: 1989, Spring Valley, Wisconsin. 114 pp.
Published by the Spring Valley Area chapter of the Pierce County Historical Association. Contains articles about Norwegian settlers.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

And All Our Yesterdays . . . 6: 1991, Spring Valley, Wisconsin. 88 pp.
An emphasis on Spring Valley and Gilman township (Pierce county) history.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

And All Our Yesterdays . . 5: 1990, Spring Valley, Wisconsin. 71 pp.
Spring Valley and Martell township history (Pierce county) with an emphasis on local musicians including an article by Patricia Wiff, “Just Fiddlin’ Around.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

And All Our Yesterdays. Book 2. Beldenville, Wisconsin, 1987. 62 pp. A collection of essays on the history of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, many of which are about Norwegian Americans.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ANDER, FRITIOF. The Cultural Heritage of the Swedish Emigrant. Rock Island, Illinois, 1956. 191 p.
This volume contains a selected but comprehensive bibliography of books and articles relating to all aspects of Swedish immigration.
Volume 20, 1959

ANDER, O. FRITIOF, ed. In the Trek of the Immigrants: Essays Presented to Carl Wittke. Rock Island, 1964. 325 p.
This Volume, dedicated to the eminent historian of immigration, contains essays by Carlton C. Qualey and Kenneth O. Bjork and discusses the contributions to immigrant history made by Marcus L. Hansen and Theodore C. Blegen. Reviewed in American Historical Review, October, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

ANDER, O. FRITIOF. Reflections on the Causes of Emigration from Sweden. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 13:143-154 (October, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ANDERSEN, ANNETTE. Ibsen in America. Scandinavian studies and notes, 14: 65-109, 115-155 (February, May, 1957).
An annotated bibliography of all books and articles relating to Ibsen's life and works published in the United States.
Volume 10, 1938

Andersen, Arlow W. “Danish Methodists in the United States.” The Bridge, 10,1: 20-38 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Andersen, Arlow W. “Land, Sea, and Ice: Explorers and Discoverers in the Norwegian-American Press.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 243-266.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Andersen, Arlow W. “Reflections on Denmark As It Was, and Emigration to America.” The Bridge, 9,1: 17-35 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Andersen, Arlow W. “The Haymarket Affair and the Norwegian Immigrant Press.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 97-112 (1986).
A survey of contemporary Norwegian-American press opinion on a significant event in the American labor movement.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. American Politics in 1880: Norwegian Observations. Scandinavian Studies, 40: 233-247 (August, 1968).
Observations by Kristofer Janson and Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, together with others from the Norwegian press.
---------- Knut Hamsun’s America. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 175-203 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. Knud Langeland, Pioneer Editor. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:122-138 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. Lincoln and the Union; a Study of the Editorials of "Emigranten" and "Fædrelandet." Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:85-121 (1949).
---------- Venturing into Politics; the Norwegian-American Press of the 1850's. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 32:58-79 (September, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

Andersen, Arlow W. Rough Road to Glory: The Norwegian-American Press Speaks out on Public Affairs. 1875-1925. Philadelphia, 1988. 272 pp.
Published by the Balch Institute Press. “A study of thirty selected Norwegian-American newspapers with special reference to their editorial positions on public affairs from 1875 to 1925.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. The Norwegian-Americans. Boston, 1975. 274 pp.
The varied experiences of the Norwegians in America since their first arrival in 1825. A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series issued by Twayne Publishers, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. The Salt of the Earth: A History of Norwegian-Danish Methodism in America. Nashville, Tennessee, 1962. 338 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW WILLIAM. Norwegian-Danish Methodism on the Pacific Coast. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:89-115 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

ANDERSEN, ARLOW WILLIAM. The Immigrant Takes His Stand: The Norwegian-American Press and Public Affairs, 1847-1872. Northfield, 1953. 176 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 33:349 (Winter, 1953).
Volume 18, 1954

Andersen, Raoul. “Hvalblas!” North Dakota Quarterly, 57, 4: 48-56 (Fall, 1989).
Whaling operations among Norwegian Canadians in Nova Scotia.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ANDERSON, A. J. When We Were Young; Reminiscences from Augsburg Publishing House. Lutheran Herald, 28:462, 468 (May 30, 1944).
Volume 15, 1949

Anderson, Alan B. “Scandinavian Settlements in Saskatchewan: Migration History and Changing Ethnocultural Identity.” Scandinavian-Canadian Studies: Etudes Scandinaves au Canada, 2: 89-113 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

ANDERSON, ALBERT G., Jr. The Anderson Family History. Fargo, N.D., 1949. 44 p.
---------- Halgrimslekten i Amerika gjennem 100 aar, 1849-1949. Hallingen, 150:19-25 (March, 1950).
A genealogy of the Halgrim family in America for the past century.
Volume 16 1950

ANDERSON, CHARLES H. White Protestant Americans: From National Origins to Religious Group. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1970. xx, 188 pp.
A Volume in the Ethnic Groups in American Life Series published by Prentice Hall.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Anderson, Christine, et al. Christmas time and juletid: traditions from the United States and Norway with songs, food, decorations, and stories for the season. Illustrations by Rosemary Antel; music by Paul Allan and Darrel Eide. Seattle, Wash.: Leikarringen of Leif Erikson Lodge No. 1, Sons of Norway, 1997. 251 pp.; ill. Anderson, Philip J., Dag Blanck, and Peter Kivisto, eds. Scandinavian immigrants and education in North America. Chicago: Swedish-American Historical Society, 1995. 222 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

ANDERSON, CLIFFORD N. The Spirit of Self-Reliance. The Norseman, No. 6, 161-165 (1972).
An article about the village of Scandinavia, Wisconsin, settled by Norwegians more than a century ago.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Anderson, George W, Jr., transcriber, translator, and indexer. Early Records of the LeSueur River Church of Waseca and Steele Counties, Minnesota. Brooklyn Park, Minn., 1993. 48 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Anderson, Harry H. “Carl Sandburg as a Political Candidate.” Swedish American Genealogist, 10, 1: 40-42 (March, 1990).
Sandburg was active in the Social-Democratic party in Wisconsin early in this century, served as private secretary to Emil Seidel, Milwaukee’s first Socialist mayor, and ran for public office as a Socialist in the fall of 1910, losing in a race for a seat in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Anderson, Harry H. “Possessions of a Swedish Pioneer.” Swedish American Genealogist, 8, 1: 33-37 (March, 1988).
The possessions of an emigrant from Sweden to Pine Lake, Wisconsin, from probate records of 1845.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ANDERSON, HARRY H. Early Scandinavian Settlement in Milwaukee County. Milwaukee County Historical Society, Historical Messenger, March, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ANDERSON, HARRY H. Gustav Unonius and the Episcopal Mission to the Scandinavians. Milwaukee County Historical Society, Historical Messenger, June, 1970.
Treats of the work of the famous Swedish pioneer pastor among his countrymen at Pine Lake, Wisconsin, and among the Norwegians at Ashippun, Wisconsin.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

ANDERSON, JAMES R. The Anderson Family, 1839-1973. Dodgeville, Wisconsin, 1973. 35 pp. Illustrated.
A genealogy tracing the family from its Norwegian roots to present-day life in Iowa County, Wisconsin.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSON, JOHAN. Amerikabreve. Tromsø, Bjerrings bok- & aksidenstrykkeri, 1930. 290 p.
Letters dated October 29, 1920, to August 19, 1921, that give an account of a journey from Tromsø, Norway, to the United States and across the country, with descriptions and critical observations of American life.
Volume 8, 1934

Anderson, John Louis. Scandinavian Humor & Other Myths. Minneapolis, 1986. 219 pp.
Presented as humor, this is also a perceptive look at an often neglected aspect of immigrant culture.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSON, JOHN R. L. Vinland Voyage: The Guardian Expedition to Vinland 1966. London and New York, 1967. 278 p.
The story of the author’s voyage in 1966 on the 44-foot cutter “Griffin” from England via Iceland, Greenland, and Newfoundland to Cape Cod, following Leif Ericson’s course. Reviewed in Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, Quarterly, April, 1968, American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1968, and Minnesota History, Spring, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSON, JUDITH. Hilsen til Teler i Norge fra Teler og Venner i Milan, Minnesota. Årbok for Telemark, 126-130 (1972).
This greeting from a Telemark community in Minnesota to Telemarkings in Norway contains considerable information about the Norwegian settlement around Milan, Minnesota.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Anderson, L. O. Haandbok for Amerikareisende. Handbook for Scandinavian travelers in America,
1929-30. Brooklyn, New York, Federation of Norwegian Lutheran Young People's Societies in America. Brooklyn, Reverend L. O. Anderson, 1929. 272 p.
Volume 6, 1931

Anderson, L. O. Norske pionæersteder. NORSK UNGDOM, 20:11-12 (February, 1932).
An article on places of interest, with illustrations of the house of Hellik Brække, where in 1844 the first Norwegian Lutheran services conducted by an ordained minister took place; the Luther Valley parsonage first occupied by Pastor C. L. Clausen in 1846; the bell hung in the church in Rock County, Wisconsin, in 1857; and the old printing shop of Nordlyset, which dates back to 1853.
Volume 7, 1933

Anderson, Lorna. “Telelaget i USA.” Telemark Historie, 8: 54-60 (1987).
The society of emigrants and their descendants from Telemark in the United States.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

ANDERSON, MRS. BERTHA J. "The Life Story of Mrs. Bertha Josephsen Anderson." The Bridge, 6,
1:20-79 (1983).
Memories of pioneering in Montana and North Dakota, 1889-1907.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

ANDERSON, ODIN W. "The Lynching of Hans Jakob Olson, 1889: The Story of a Norwegian-American Crime." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:159-184 (1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

ANDERSON, PAUL. The Olson Sisters: Popular Norwegian-American Entertainers of Yesteryear. Sons of Norway Viking (October, 1979).
“Between 1900 and 1925 Eleanora Olson and Ethel Olson were well-known figures in Scandinavian communities throughout the United States.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

ANDERSON, PEDER
Eva L. Haugen and Ingrid Semmingsen. Peder Anderson of Bergen and Lowell: Artist and Ambassador of Culture. Americana-norvegica, 4:1-29 (1973).
Peder Anderson came to America in 1830 and gained considerable fame as an artist and friend of prominent people in New England and Washington, D.C.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Anderson, Philip J. and Dag Blanck, eds. Swedish-American Life in Chicago: Cultural and Urban Aspects of an Immigrant People. 1850-1930. Urbana, Illinois, 1992. 408 pp.
“A richly variegated picture of the amazingly vital and varied life of the Swedish community in the capital of America’s heartland.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Anderson, Philip J., ed. Amicus Dei: Essays on Faith and Friendship Presented to Karl A. Olsson on His 75th Birthday. Chicago, 1988. xviii, 293 pp.
A festschrift for a Swedish American who was president of North Park College, Chicago. Includes fourteen essays and a seventy-nine page bibliography titled “Published and Unpublished Writings of Karl A. Olsson,” by Timothy J. Johnson.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ANDERSON, R. B. The discovery of America --- Leif Erikson day,
October 9th. Skandinaven, October 4, 1932, p.9.
Volume 8, 1934

Anderson, Rasmus B. Leif Erikson dagen, 9de Oktober. SØNNER AF NORGE, 26:296-298 (October,
1929).
A brief exposition of Leif Ericson's discovery of America and related events, issued in connection with the establishment of Leif Ericson Day, October 9, in Wisconsin. An English edition was issued in pamphlet form for distribution to Wisconsin schools.
Volume 5, 1930

Anderson, Rasmus Bjørn. America not discovered by Columbus. Eighth edition. Madison, Wisconsin,
Leif Erikson memorial association, 1930. 176 p.
A reprint edition.
Volume 6, 1931

ANDERSON, SIGURD
Roald Steen. Arendalsgutten som ble guvernør. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 53-54 (1981).
Sigurd Anderson, who emigrated from Arendal, Norway, as a three-year-old boy in 1909, served as governor of South Dakota, 1951-1955.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Anderson, W.R. Norse America: tenth century onward. Evanston, Ill.: Valhalla Press, 1996. 200 pp.: ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

ANDERSSEN, ANDERS. Spelemann i vesterveg. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 246-247 (November, 1968).
Violinist Sigbjørn Osa at the Nordic festival in Seattle.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ANDERSSON, INGVAR. Kring Kensingtonstenen. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst och industri, 26:133 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

ANDERSSON, THEODORE M. The Problem of Icelandic Saga Origins: A Historical Survey. New Haven, 1964. 190 p.
Variations of opinion from the seventeenth to the twentieth century on the historic value of the Icelandic sagas.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Andersson-Palmquist, Lena. “Buildings on Swedish-American Farms in Two Minnesota Communities.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 38, 1: 13-28 (January, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Andersson-Palmquist, Lena. Building Traditions Among Swedish Settlers in Rural Minnesota. Stockholm, 1983. 121 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Andrew Rowberg, Former Minnesota Newspaper Editor, Dies. Minnesota Posten, December 11, 1969.
The obituary of a journalist from Northfield, Minnesota, who did valuable work for the Norwegian-American Historical Association, especially in the field of genealogy.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Angel, Marc. La America: The Sephardic Experience in the United States. Philadelphia, 1982. x, 220 pp.
“The history of the some thirty thousand Levantine Jews who migrated to these shores between 1890 and World War I.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

ANGERSBACH, A.L. Dr. John Olaf Evjen. The Friend, 20:7, 20 (February, 1943).
Volume 14, 1944

ANGIER, KATE. "Artist Floyd Johnson-A Viking's Vision." Sons of Norway Viking, 81:38-42
(February, 1984).
A well-known Norwegian-American artist who "expresses his Scandinavian background through painting" though legally blind.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Anniversary recalls career of Viking churchman. Enthusiasm of Rev. B. J. Muus, founder of St. Olaf college, lays foundation for Minnesota faith. Southern Minnesotan, 2:9-10, 19 (July. 1932).
The centenary of the birth of B. J. Muus (1832-1900) was celebrated in the Holden Lutheran church at Kenyon, Minnesota, April 10, 1932.
Volume 8, 1934

ANONSEN, ANDREW E. Autobiographical Sketches. Windom, Minnesota, Stanley H. Anonsen, [1939?]. 23 p. Mimeographed.
Volume 12, 1941

ANSTENSEN, ANSTEN. Leif Erikson i Saskatoon. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:228 (October, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ANSTENSEN, ELIZABETH. 50 års kulturarbeide i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:216 (1974).
A brief account of the work in behalf of Norwegian culture in Western Canada by Dr. Knut Bergsagel and his wife Josephine.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

ANSTENSEN, ELIZABETH. Ski-entusiaster i Saskatoon. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69:101-102 (1976).
A Norwegian couple operates a Ski Hans in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

APSLER, ALFRED. “Little Norway” on the Columbia River. American-Scandinavian Review, 44:63-68 (Spring, 1956).
An account of a Norwegian settlement on Puget Island in the Columbia River.
Volume 20, 1959

Årbok for Trysil, 1999. Trysil kommune, Kulturutvalget. Contains 16 articles about emigration and life among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Archdeacon, Thomas J. Becoming American: An Ethnic History. New York, 1983. xviii, 297 pp.
A one-volume survey of the American Immigrant experience.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

ARDEN, G. EVERETT, tr. and ed. The Journals of Eric Norelius. Philadelphia, 1967. 200 p.
Journals of a prominent Swedish-American church leader, 1850-1916.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

ARDEN, G. EVERETT. Four Northern Lights: Men Who Shaped Scandinavian Churches. Minneapolis, 1964. 165 p.
Biographical sketches of clergymen, including Hans Nielsen Hauge.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

ARESTAD, SVERRE, ed. Pioneering in Montana. Norwegian-American Studies, 22: 104-143 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

ARESTAD, SVERRE. "Sigbjørn Obstfelder and America." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:253-292 (1983).
The experiences of a famous Norwegian poet in America as revealed in letters to his brother, 1890-1892.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Arestad, Sverre. “Norwegians in the Pacific Coast Fisheries.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 96-129 (1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

ARESTAD, SVERRE. Hamsun and America. Norwegian-American Studies, 24: 148-192 (1970).
A translation, with introductory essay, of five short stories setting forth in fictional form some of Kant Hamsun’s experiences in the United States.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

ARESTAD, SVERRE. Ibsen in Seattle. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:167-85 (1972).
A discussion of the interest in Ibsen among Norwegian Americans and other citizens of Seattle.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

ARESTAD, SVERRE. Questing for Gold and Furs in Alaska. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:54-94 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ARESTAD, SVERRE. The Norwegians in the Pacific Coast Fisheries. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 34:3-17 (January, 1943).
------------ Scandinavian Language Newspapers. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 34:305-308 (July, 1943).
A list of Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish newspapers published on the Pacific coast, with comments. Also issued as a reprint.
Volume 14, 1944

ARGYLE, WISCONSIN
Apple Grove Lutheran Church, 1893-1968. 51 p.
A Century of Grace: Yellowstone Lutheran Church, 1868-1968. 54 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

ARMSTRONG, F. C. Erindringer fra mit pelsjægerliv i Ontario, Canada. Samband, 9:13-20 (March,
1933).
Recollections of the life of a trapper and hunter.
Volume 8, 1934

ARNDT, KARL J. R. Economy on the Ohio 1826-1834. Worcester, Massachusetts, 1984. xxii, 1056 pp.
A documented history of the Harmony Society during its period of greatest influence.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

ARNEBERG, C. Litt av mine erindringer fra nybyggerlivet i Canada. Hallingen, 169:3-7 (December, 1954).
Reminiscences from pioneer days in Alberta.
Volume 19, 1956

ARNEBERG, JOHN G. From Mountains to Prairies. Minneapolis, 1958. 215 p.
The autobiography of a Norwegian-American doctor.
Volume 20, 1959

ARNESEN, SIGURD J.
Col. Sigurd J. Arnesen, 79, død i Florida, var Nordisk Tidendes utgiver i 37 år; mange tillitsverv. Nordisk Tidende, November 3, 1966.
An obituary of the publisher of Nordisk Tidende.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

ARNESON, AXEL, L. Norwegian Settlements in Texas. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 45:125-135 (October, 1941).
A general survey of Norwegian immigration to Texas.
Volume 13, 1943

ARNESON, GEORGE. Om nybyggerlivet på Dakota-prairien. Nord-Norge, March, 1967-June, 1968.
A serial about pioneer life in North Dakota in the early twentieth century.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Arneson, R. Gordon and Nancy Long Arneson. R. Gordon Arneson: memories of the State Department’s “Mr. Atom.” n.p. [1997]. 68 pp.: ill. Arneson, born and raised at Osnabrock, N.D., son of Norwegian immigrants, served as adviser to Secretaries of State Stinson and Acheson regarding nuclear weapons.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

Årsskrift, Etne sogelang. 63, 1986. 103 pp.
This yearbook contains articles on emigration from Sunnhordland and Nord-Rogaland to America by Nils Kolle, Ståle Dryvik, Martin Gjersvik, Olaf Holen, Loren Osman, and Ingvald Skålnes.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ARTICLES

ASE, OLAV. Marcus Thrane og Chicago anarkistane. Syn og Segn, vol. 71, no. 7, 413-414 (1965).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ASH, HANS. Et norsk strøk i Texas. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 25:225-226 (July, 1932).
A brief historical account of the Norwegian settlement in Texas.
Volume 8, 1934

Ash, Hans. Norge i Texas. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 25:106-108 (April, 1932).
An account of a visit to the Norwegian settlement in and about Clifton, Texas, with some historical observations.
Volume 7, 1933

ASH, VIRGINIA HELLAND. The Genealogical Record of the Helland-Kringle Families. Sun City, Arizona, 1967. 78 p.
Typescript.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

ASHWANBENON, WISCONSIN. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Seventy-fifth Anniversary and Dedication of St. John's Lutheran Church, Ashwanbenon, Sunday, July 17, 1949. n.p., 1949. 12 p.
Volume 16 1950

ASK, MRS. OLE. Glenwood menigheds historie, Decorah-posten, April 28, 1933, p. 3.
The Glenwood Norwegian Lutheran congregation, Winneshiek County, lowa, of which this article is a history, was organized in 1853.
Volume 8, 1934

ASKELAND, H. Carl G. O. Hansen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:49-50 (February, 1933).
Biographical sketch of the editor of Minneapolis tidende.
Volume 8, 1934

ASKER, RANDI. Rose-Painting in Norway. Oslo, 1966. 50 p.
Profusely illustrated. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, Viking, November, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

ASP, ROBERT
Richard Killian. Bob Asp: A 20th Century Viking. Sons of Norway Viking, 77: 324-325 (October, 1980).
Robert Asp was the builder of the now famous Viking ship replica Hjemkomst (Homecoming).
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Aspås, Berta. “Ei utvandringskvinne frå Osmarka.” Gjemnes-minne, 1992, I: 38-44.
The story of Nikoline Heggem Bloom (1866-1966), who emigrated from Osmarka, Nordmøre.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ÅSVANG, ARNT O. Emigranter. Vevelstad-fjerdinger som dro mot vest 1869-1930. Forvik, Norway,
1977.
Emigration from the community of Vevelstad in northern Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

AUSTAD, TORE. Report on Norwegian Studies at University of Chicago. Vinland (Chicago), February 4, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Avisjubileum i New York, Nordisk Tidende - En imponerende norsk institusjon i USA fyller 75 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:213-214 (November, 1966).
Sketches of the history of Nordisk Tidende, Brooklyn, celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

AWES, ASTRID DAHLE. As I Remember It. Minnesota Posten (Minneapolis), November 14, 1963-January 17, 1964.
A clergyman’s daughter recalls her father’s pastoral activities in northern Minnesota.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

AWES, ASTRID DAHLE. As I remember it; a few pensketches of Rev. Ole Dahle, sky pilot and circuit rider in northern Minnesota when the land was yet new. The Friend, 9:6-9, 8-11, (August, September, 1934).
Covers approximately the period 1895-1905.
Volume 9, 1936

AWES, LEIF H., tr. The Pioneer Pastor. Minneapolis, 1970. 343 p.
The autobiography of Elias Aas, well-known pastor in the Lutheran Free Church, translated by his son.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

B

Baalson Centennial 1861-1961. Glenwood, Minnesota. 38 p.
History of a Norwegian-American family group.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Baalson, Herman E. Carl Benjamin Eielsen. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:1780-81 December
16, 1930). A biographical sketch of the noted flier, written by a relative.

BACHE, SØREN. A Chronicle of Old Muskego: The Diary of Søren Bache, 1839-1847. Translated and edited by Clarence A. Clausen and Andreas Elviken. Northfield, 1951. 237 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 33:85 (Summer, 1952).
Volume 18, 1954

Bache, Søren. Søren Baches dagbokoptegnelser under sit ophold i Amerika aarene 1839-1842 og 1843-1847. NORSK UNGDOM 15:185-187; 16:6-7, 22-23, 38-39, 51-53, 69-70, 83-85, 99-100, 115-116, 148-150, 164-165; 17:4-6, 21-23, 38-39, 55-56, 71-72, 87, 103 (December, 1927; January---August, October, November, 1928; January---July, 1929).
The diary of Søren Bache is one of the most important diaries of Norwegian observers in the pioneer period. An English translation is to be published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 5, 1930

BACKER, J. E. Norwegian Migration 1856-1960. International Migration, vol. 4, nos. 3-4, p. 172-182 (1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BACKLUND, OSCAR J. "Childhood Dreams and Youthful Visions.'' Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 34:49-69 (1983). Translated by C. George Ericson.
Reminiscences of a prominent Swedish-American pastor, poet, and journalist.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Baensch, Emil. Thorvald Solberg, register of copyrights. WlSCONSIN MAGAZINE, 6:39-40
February, 1928).
A biographical sketch accompanied by a portrait.
Volume 5, 1930

BAERA, GUNNAR. Utvandringen fra Hallingdal til Amerika. Hamar, 1975. 104 pp.
A genealogy.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BAILEY, THOMAS A. The Policy of the United States towards the Neutrals, 1917-1918. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1942. 520 p.
Chapter 4 is entitled, "The Rationing Agreement with Norway."
Volume 14, 1944

BAILY, S. L. "The Adjustment of Italian Immigrants in Buenos Aires and New York." American Historical Review, 88:281-305 (April, 1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

BAIRD, AMALIA CAROLINE (OLSON). "Memories That Bless!" A Daughter's Appreciation. Minneapolis, 1939. 60 p.
Volume 15, 1949

BAKKE, CYRENE. Dear Besta. Grand Forks Herald, November 19, 1950-February 4, 1951.
Bakke genealogy and family history.
Volume 18, 1954

BAKKEN, AMELIA JOHNSON. Fra livet paa Washington Prairie i gamle dage. Decorah-posten,
September 5-29, 1939.
The title in the last installment changes to: Minder fra liver i gamle dage. These are the author's reminiscences of pioneering in Winneshiek County, Iowa.
Volume 11, 1940

BAKKEN, AMELIA JOHNSON. I gamle dage; fra den første norske settling av Winneshiek County, Iowa. Hallingen, 157: 15-20 (December, 1951).
Pioneering in Winneshiek County, Iowa.
Volume 18, 1954

Bakken, Anja. “‘Our Country Gives Us the Vote -- America Refuses It:’ Norwegian- American Suffrage Workers in Brooklyn and Minneapolis, 1880-1920, and their Gendered Sense of Ethnicity,” Master’s thesis, English Dept., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, 1998. 177 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

Bakken, Arnold. “Amerikabrev,” Gauldalsminne (1995), 112-135; ill. America letters.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Bakken, Arnold. “Amerikabrevet,” Gauldalsminne (1994), 131-152; ill. An America letter.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Bakken, Arnold. “Den eldste tannlegen i verda er soknedaling.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 108-113.
About Harry I. Egdahl, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, “the oldest dentist in the world.”
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bakken, Arnold. “Litt om utvandringa frå Soknedal til Amerika.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 19-34.
Emigration from Soknedal, Sør-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BAKKEN, HENRY H, ed. Pioneers in Dakota Territory, 1879-89. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:1-45 (1943).
The memoirs of Carl M. Grimstad.
Volume 14, 1944

BAKKEN, OLE H. Reminiscences, 1927. McIntosh, Minnesota. 1940. 16 p.
Ole H. Bakken (1859-1940) immigrated to Grand Forks, North Dakota, in 1880 and later removed to the vicinity of McIntosh. The reminiscences were translated from the Norwegian by Mrs. Melvin Petterson.
Volume 15, 1949

BAKKEN, ORVILLE. Tragetonslekten ved Goose River. Hallingen, 66:4-12 (June, 1973).
A family saga from North Dakota.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Bakken, Reidar. “En solungs amerikanske hus; tilpasninger til kultur og naturmiljø.” Nytt om gammalt. Glomndalsmuseets århok, 1986, 69-87.
The article is based on a study of a timber house now at the Norwegian Emigrant Museum, Hamar, which was built in Norman, North Dakota. in 1871 by Peder Borderud, an emigrant from Grue in Solør.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Bakken, Reidar. “Fra Steinberg til New Richland; Synspunkter på norsk utvandrings bakgrunn og forløp.” Migranten/The Migrant, 1: 64-80 (1988).
A discussion of the reasons why people emigrated from Norway. English summary.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Bakken, Reidar. “Grøneriet ved Teksle-bottornen; eksempel på norskamerikansk bygningshistorie i Iowa.” Norveg, 30: 127-147 (1987).
With English summary. The granary at Teksle-bottom. An example of Norwegian-American building in Iowa. The granary is now at the Norwegian Emigrant Museum, Hamar, Norway.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Bakken, Reidar. Lad ingen sladdrelystne læse mine brever: nordmenn blir amerikanarar: brev hjemsendt frå norske emigrantar 1844-1930. English summary: Sonja Innselseth. Fagernes: Valdres forl., c1995. 258 pp.; ill. Title trans. Let no gossipmonger read my letters: Norwegians become Americans; letters sent home from Norwegian emigrants, 1844-1930.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Bakken, Reidar. Translated by C. A. Clausen. “Two Museum Houses: A Microanalysis of Cultural Adaptation in the Upper Midwest in the Late Nineteenth Century. Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 119-148 (1989).
Two immigrant log houses built in the pioneer era in the American Midwest and now located on the grounds of the Norwegian Emigrant Museum at Hamar, Norway, are examined. “Pictorial evidence and scale drawings illustrate how familiar building techniques were altered in the American environment.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Baklien, Botolv. “150 års jubileum for utvangringa frå Hallingdal til Amerika.” Dølaminne, 21: 31-37 (1989).
150 year anniversary of immigration from Hallingdal to America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Baklien, Botolv. “Fyrste Amerikabrevet i 1845 frå Ål sine pionér-emigrantar.” Dølaminne: Årbok for Hallingdal, 1991, I: 45-49.
The first letter home from emigrants from Ål, Buskerud.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BALCHEN, BERNT. Come North with Me. New York, 1958. 318 p. An autobiography.
Volume 21, 1962

BALCHEN, BERNT. Come North with Me: An Autobiography. New York, 1958. 318 p.
The autobiography of the famous Norwegian-American aviator and explorer. This book was published in Norwegian under the title Kom nord med meg (Oslo, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

Baldwin, Charles C. Martha Ostenso, daughter of the Vikings. New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1930. [16] p.
A pamphlet issued by her publishers. It is not extensively biographical. Criticism and comment are highly laudatory. There are summaries of Wild Geese, Dark Dawn, Mad Carews, Young May Moon, and Waters under the Earth.
Volume 6, 1931

BALDWIN, WISCONSIN
Peace Lutheran Church (North Rush River- Our Savior’s) Centennial, 1862-1962: Histories of Church Organizations. 34 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

Bale, C. E. Fortieth anniversary, Concordia college; an historical sketch. LUTHERAN
HERALD, 25:964--966, 987 (August 4, 193l).
Concordia college at Moorhead, Minnesota, is one of the schools of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America.
Volume 7, 1933

BALLING, OLE P.
Richard S. Cramer. Ole P. Balling: Painter of Civil War Heroes. American-Scandinavian Review, 54:138-144 (June, 1966).
Sketch of Balling’s career in Mexico, Norway, and the United States.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Bangsberg, John. Louise Enerby; fortælling fra folkelivet. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house, 1929. 311 p.
The scene of this novel shifts from Norway to America. exhibiting, in particular, Chicago and the Dakota prairies.
Volume 6, 1931

BANSEN, NORMAN C. The Danes in Winther’s Trilogy. The Bridge, 1: 53-61 (1978).
Sophus Keith Winther’s trilogy, Take all to Nebraska, Mortgage Your Heart, and This Passion Never Dies, deals with the experiences of a Danish farm family in southeastern Nebraska from the late 1890s through approximately the first quarter of the twentieth century.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BARDAHL, OLE
Henning C. Boe. Seattles Ole Bardahl - Trønder og multi-millionær. Western Viking, May 19, 1967.
Success story of the president of the Bardahl Manufacturing Corporation and the Bardahl International Oil Corporation.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

BARDAHL, OLE
James W. Phillips. The Ole Bardahl Story. Sons of Norway, 60:46 (March, 1963).
Trønderen Ole Bardahl kom til USA. Nordisk Tidende (Brooklyn), July 11, 1963
Sketches of an outstanding industrialist and oil executive.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Bardarson, Gertrude. “My Childhood Visit to Sweden.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 3: 133-140 (July, 1990).
Swedish-American children visit their parents’ homeland in 1911.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Barden, Thomas E. “Tobacco Growing in Southwestern Wisconsin: Ethnicity in a Traditional Labor Practice,” in James Leary, ed., Wisconsin Folklore. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Bardenfleth, Mary. “I Remember.” Translated and edited by Caroline Olsen. The Bridge, 11,2:41-72 (1988); 12, 1:7-43(1989).
A Danish immigrant (born in 1886 and died in 1986) recalls 65 years in Minneapolis. First published in Danish in Den danske Pioneer, 1971-1972.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BARLIEN, HANS
En merkelig emigrant-skikkelse: Hans Barlien fra Trøndelag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57: 15 (January, 1964).
A remarkable emigrant figure: Hans Barlien from Trøndelag.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

BARNESVILLE, MINNESOTA. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Golden Anniversary of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. Barnesville, Minnesota, 1939. 32 p.
Pastors, church buildings, and church organizations are subjects of separate sections.
Volume 12, 1941

Barsness Lutheran Church; a Brief Review of the Activities of the Congregation, on the Occasion of the Celebration of the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of Its Organization, 1867-1942. Glenwood, Minnesota, 1942. 33 p.
A history of the church, p. 5-13, was "assembled and compiled by Edward E. Barsness." The church is located in Barsness Township, Pope County, Minnesota.
Volume 13, 1943

BARSTAD, JOHANNA. "Aslak O. Lie og boken hans." Norvegica, January 1, 1983, 109-128.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Barthel, Diane L. Amana: From the Pietist Sect to American Community. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1984. 210 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

BARTON, A. O. Hans Alfred Anderson. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 23: 259-263 (March, 1940).
Anderson (1855-1939) immigrated from Norway in 1867, was a prominent lawyer, judge, legislator, and historian in Wisconsin.
Volume 12, 1941

Barton, Albert O. Alexander Corstvet and Anthony M. Rud, Norwegian-American novelists.
NORWEGIAN-AMERICIAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:146-152 (1931).
Alexander Corstvet was the author of Elling (1901), and Anthony M. Rud was the author of The second generation (1923). The article contains outlines of the stories.
Volume 7, 1933

BARTON, ALBERT O. Muskego, the most historic Norwegian colony. Wisconsin magazine of history, 21:129-138 (December, 1937).
Volume 10, 1938

BARTON, ALBERT O. See Erickson, K. E.
Volume 9, 1936

BARTON, ARNOLD H. Letters from the Promised Land: Swedes in America, 1840-1914. Minneapolis, 1975. vi, 344 pp.
A wide variety of letters from Swedish immigrants in all parts of the United States, also some letters from immigrants who returned to Sweden.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

BARTON, ARNOLD H. Scandinavian Immigrant Women’s Encounter with America. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:37-42 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

BARTON, ARNOLD, ed. Scandinavians and America: Essays Presented to Franklin D. Scott. Chicago, 1974. 112 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Barton, H. Arnold. “Bibliography of Articles Published, 1950-1985.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 37, 1: 3-33 (January, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Barton, H. Arnold. “Måns Jakob’s Grindstone, or Documentary Sources arid the Transference of Swedish Material Culture to North America.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 38, 1: 29-40 (January, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Barton, H. Arnold. “Swedish Theosophists and Point Loma.” Scandinavian Studies, 60, 4: 453-463 (Autumn, 1988).
“A sizeable group of Swedes ... formed an important part of the Theosophical colony at Point Loma, California.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Barton, H. Arnold. “The Life and Times of Swedish-America.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35: 283-296 (July, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

BARTON, H. ARNOLD. Brev från löftets land. Svenskar berättar om Amerika, 1840-1914. Stockholm, 1979. iii, 336 pp.
This is a Swedish version of the original volume, Letters from the Promised Land, published in 1975.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Barton, H. Arnold. Folk Divided: Homeland Swedes and Swedish Americans, 1840- 1940. Carbondale, Ill., 1994. xv, 403 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

BARTON, H. ARNOLD. Scandinavian-Americanists in the United States and Canada: A Preliminary Directory of Academic Scholars. Scandinavian Studies, 53: 320-341 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BARTON, H. ARNOLD. The Search for Ancestors: A Swedish-American Family Saga. Carbondale, Illinois, 1979. xi, 178 pp.
“Historians who view genealogy with condescension would do well to examine this model combination of history and genealogy.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

BARTON, JOSEPH J. Peasants and Strangers: Italians, Rumanians, and Slovaks in an American City, 1890-1950. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975. xii, 217 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Basinski, Michael Douglas. “Ethnicity and the prairie fiction of Hamlin Garland, Willa Cather, and O.E. Rolvaag,” Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1995. 237 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

BAY, JULIANE S. Strømmen hjemover. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:340-344 (November, 1933).
Re-migration to Norway, including that from the United States.
Volume 8, 1934

BAYERSCHMIDT, CARL F., and FRIIS, ERIK J., eds. Scandinavian Studies. Seattle, 1965. 458 p.
Essays by several scholars, including Richard Beck, Sverre Arestad, Harold Naess, and Erik J. Friis.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Beatty, William K. “Petra Marie Dahl - Physician, Social Activist, and Norwegian.” The Proceedings of The Institute of Medicine of Chicago, 43, 1: 3-9 (January/March, 1990).
Dahl (1878-1951) was born in Calmar, Iowa, and graduated from Valparaiso University and the Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery. She had a full career as high school teacher, professor, doctor, Health Officer of Chicago, politician, and public speaker; she was active in the Norwegian Woman’s Club of Chicago.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Beatty, William K. “The Jens Nyholm Papers.” The Bridge, 8, 2: 60-68 (1985).
Jens Nyholm from Denmark was Northwestern’s University Librarian from 1944-1968 and his extensive papers are preserved in the University Archives.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

BEATTY, WM. K. "Christian Fenger, An Embodiment of Truth." The Bridge, 6,1:95-123 (1983).
Christian Fenger (1840-1902) was a Danish-born and educated surgeon who came to Chicago in 1877 and made his name as a pathologist.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

BECK, BENNETT A. Brief History of the Pioneers of the Cromwell, Minnesota, Area. Cromwell, 1962. 177 p.
Included are biographical sketches of early Finnish settlers. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BECK, MAGNUS OLAF. Becks of Normanna. San Antonio, Texas, 1964. 198 p.
Family history interwoven with the story of the Norwegian settlement at Normanna, Texas, including a history of Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

BECK, RICHARD
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Richard Beck. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, December, 1970.
A tribute to the Icelandic-American professor and poet who served as head of the Scandinavian department at the University of North Dakota, 1929-1967.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

BECK, RICHARD. A Sheaf of Verse. Grand Forks, North Dakota, and Winnipeg, 1966. 51 p.
A new edition containing several additional poems. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

BECK, RICHARD. Et amerikansk universitet som står Norge nær. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 36:196-198 (August, 1943).
Subjects: the University of North Dakota, Norwegian faculty members, and courses in Scandinavian studies.
Volume 14, 1944 (article)

BECK, RICHARD. Icelandic Anniversary in North Dakota. American-Scandinavian Review, 41: 245-249 (Autumn, 1955).
---------- Rølvaag. Interpreter of Immigrant Life. North Dakota Quarterly, 24: 26-30 (Winter, 1956).
Volume 19, 1956

BECK, RICHARD. Leif Erikson and His Discovery of America. Sons of Norway, 60:172 (September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

BECK, RICHARD. Our Cultural Heritage and Its Preservation. Trønder-American, 1:58-63 (June,
1938).
"An address delivered at the annual convention of the National Trønder-lag of America, at
Duluth, Minnesota, June 25, 1937."
Volume 11, 1940

BECKER, ETHEL. Klondike ‘98: E. A. Hegg’s Gold Rush Album. Portland, Oregon, 1967. 96 p.
Revised edition.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Beidler, Sandra J., comp. Guide to Norwegian Bygdebøker. Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1989. 78 pp.
The collection of the Norwegian community histories at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, is described.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Beijbom, Ulf A. “From Sweden to America.” Scandinavian Review, 73, 4: 93-103 (Winter, 1983).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Beijbom, Ulf A. “The Swedish Emigrants’ Liverpool.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 38, 3: 97-116 (July, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Beijbom, Ulf, ed. Swedes in America: Intercultural and Interethnic Perspectives on Contemporary Research. Växjö, Sweden, 1993.224 pp.
A report of the symposium “Swedes in America: New Perspectives,” held in Växjö May 31-June 3,1991.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

BEIJBOM, ULF. "Emigration Historians and Immigration Research in Sweden." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 34:130-139 (1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

BEIJBOM, ULF. Amerika! Amerika! Stockholm, 1977. 263 pp.
An account of Swedish immigration and of life among the Swedish Americans.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BEIJBOM, ULF. Swedes in Chicago: A Demographic and Social Study of the 1846-1880 Immigration. Chicago, 1971. 381 pp.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

BEIJBOM, ULF. The Future Brightens Before Us. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 3-8 (1978).
Report on the Växjö Symposium on the preservation of sources for Swedish immigration history in North America, August, 1977.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Beijbom, Ulf. Urvandrarna och Svensk-Amerika. Stockholm, 1986. 253 pp.
The emigration and Swedish America. A collection of essays by a leading scholar in the field.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

BEIJBOM, ULF.. "Swedish-American Migration Research: Its Standing Today and Perspectives for Tomorrow." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 34:153-170 (1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Beito, Gretchen Urnes. Coya Come Home. Studio City, California. 352 pp.
“A study of the first woman Congress member from Minnesota, now enjoying restoration to prominence in her 70s.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

BELGRADE, MINNESOTA
The Centennial Book of Big Grove Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1867-1967. 39 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

BELGUM, G. L. The Old Norwegian Synod in America, 1853-1890. Decorah, Iowa, 1957. Unpaged.
The pietistic and theological background of the Norwegian Synod: a Yale University doctoral dissertation.
Volume 21, 1962

Belgum, James. 125th anniversary 1870-1995: a history of Nora Lutheran Church, its members, and the community: Nora Township, Pope County, Minnesota. [Kensington, Minn.? Nora Lutheran Congregation?], 1995. 123 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

Belsheim, E. O. Det norsk-amerikanske skoleværk. SKANDINAVEN ALMANAK OG KALENDER, 1930, p.
43-45.
A survey of the educational efforts of Norwegian-Americans.
Volume 5, 1930

BENGSTON, HENRY
Emory Lindquist. Reflections on the Life of Henry Bengston. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 26: 261-264 (1975).
Memories aroused by the death of a prominent Swedish-American editor, author, and humanitarian.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

BENGTSON, BENNIE. "A Giant in the Earth: Ole Rølvaag-the Outstanding Immigrant Novelist." Sons of Norway Viking, 81:50-52 (1984).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Bengtsson, Georg. “Hans Mattson - The Önnestad Lad Who Became Immigrant, Colonel and Minnesota Politican.” Swedish American Genealogist, 8, 4: 169-174 (December, 1988).
Swedish immigrant Hans Mattson (1832-1893) became a lieutenant colonel holding command of Minnesota’s Third Volunteer Regiment during the Civil War, served as editor of Chicago’s Svenska Amerikanaren and was elected Secretary of State of Minnesota in 1869.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BENJAMIN, GILBERT G. The Germans in Texas: A Study in Immigration. Austin, Texas, 1974. 159 pp.
A photo-offset reproduction of the original work published in 1909.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BENSON, ADOLPH B. Scandinavian Influences in the Writings of Thoreau. Scandinavian Studies, 16: 201-211, 241-256 (May, August, 1941).
Volume 12, 1941

BENSON, ADOLPH BURNETT. American Scandinavian Studies. New York, 1952. 381 p.
A chapter entitled “Scandinavian Studies in the United States” is on pages 355-368. The book is reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, 24: 175-177 (November, 1952).
Volume 18, 1954

BENSON, JACK A. Before Skiing Was Fun. Western Historical Quarterly, 8: 431-441 (1977).
How “Norwegian snowshoes were used for transportation in the Rocky Mountains, 1860-1920.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Benson, Paul. “A Cappella Choirs in the Scandinavian-American Lutheran Colleges.” Norwegian-American Studies. 32: 221-246 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BENSON, SIMON
Alice Benson. Simon Benson: Northwest Lumber King. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:72 (March, 1972).
A poor Norwegian became the Northwest lumber king.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

BENSON, SIMON
Rosa Claridge. The Emigrant Boy Who Made Good. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:205 (July, 1969).
The story of Simon Benson (1852-1942), logger and lumberman in the Pacific Northwest.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

BENSON, THOMAS I. Gold, Salt Air, and Callouses. Norwegian-American Studies, 24: 193-220 (1970).
Norwegians in California in the period between 1850 and 1900.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

BENSON, WILLIAM C. High on Manitou; a History of St. Olaf College, 1874-1949. Northfield, 1949. 366 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 31:50 (March, 1950).
Volume 16 1950

BERG, ANNE BERIT. De første norske indbyggere som dro til Texas var overbevist om at de hadde funnet “den gode jord.” Nordisk Tidende, January 6, 1966.
Sketch of pioneer settlements in Texas.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BERG, G. O. Glimt fra nybyggerlivet; Gulbrand O. Berge fra Vang i Valdres fortæller om sit liv i
Amerika fra sin ankomst til Manitowoc i 1849. Decorah-posten, August 16, 1932, p. 3.
Berge emigrated in 1849 and settled in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. This article tells of his experiences in Valdres, Norway, and of his early life in America.
Volume 8, 1934

Berg, Gunnar. “Utvandringen til Amerika.” Fauskeboka, 1990-91, I: 106-116.
Emigration from Fauske, Nordland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BERG, GUNNAR. Forbundet i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:173-74 (August-September, 1972).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

BERG, GUNNAR. Inntrykk fra midt-vesten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:224 (October, 1963).
Impressions gained on a trip to Wisconsin and Minneapolis.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

BERG, KNUT. Sven Skaar har bygget eget wild west museum i Nevada City. Nordisk Tidende, January 11, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

BERG, MADS. Skolens sangbok. Oslo, 1964. 351 p.
A school songbook. Several English songs are included.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Berg, Ruth H. “Gamle Amerika-brev forteller historie: fra et haugianer hjem på Gressvik.” Varden. Årtidsskrift for Onsøy historielag, 1990, I: 17-22.
Letters from Nicoline Larsen to relatives in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bergebakken, Per Arnfinn. “Alvdals-amerikaneren Iver Olson” Gammelt frå Alvdal og Folldal. Historielaget Frederiks Gave, 1991, I: 48-51.
About Iver Olson from Alvdal and his will.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bergendahl, Erling. Jarlen fra Telemark! en dag med Shipstead. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40: 1, 8 (August 14, 1930).
A characterization of Senator Shipstead.
Volume 6, 1931

Bergendahl, Erling. Jarlen fra Telemark! en dag med Shipstead. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40: 1, 8 (August 14, 1930).
A characterization of Senator Shipstead.
Volume 6, 1931

BERGENDOFF, CONRAD. Augustana: A Profession of Faith. A History of Augustana College, 1860-1935. Rock Island, Illinois, 1969. 210 p.
By the former president of Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

BERGENDOFF, CONRAD. On the Fortieth Anniversary of the Augustana Historical Society. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 4:202-11 (1971).
An account of the aims and activities of a well-known Swedish-American historical society.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

BERGENDOFF, CONRAD. The Augustana Ministerium: A Study of the Careers of the 2,504 Pastors of the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Synod/Church 1850-1962. Rock Island, Illinois, 1980. 246 pp.
"A convenient directory of all the pastors who served the Augustana Synod through its 112 years of existence."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BERGENDOFF, CONRAD. The Augustana Pastor: Saga of a Thousand Immigrants from Sweden. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 34-50 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BERGER, A. H. Nogle av Isak P. Strindens erfaringer. Nord-Norge, September, 1966.
Pioneer experiences near Pelican Rapids, Minnesota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Bergesen, B. E. Hans Gerhard Stub. JUL I VESTERHEIMEN, 1931, p.[11-12].
A biographical sketch with full-page portrait.
Volume 7, 1933

BERGGRAV, EIVIND. Mer enn kirke. Kirke og kultur, 60:5-27 (January, 1955).
“More than church,” an estimate of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Volume 19, 1956

Berggrav, Ragnvald. “Fra snekker-lærling til mangemillionær. Kjell Nordvik oppretter utdannelsesfond gjennom NORDMANNS-fORBUNDET.” The Norseman, 24-25 (4, 1985).
“From apprentice carpenter to multimillionaire: Kjell Nordvik establishes an educational fund through the Norsemen’s Federation.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

BERGH, BOLETTE MARIE (STUB). Erindringer fra nybyggerlivet i 70-aarene. Decorah-posten, May 18, 25, June 1, 1944.
Recollections of pioneer days in the 1870's in Sacred Heart, Minnesota, the pastoral charge of the Reverend J. E. Bergh.
Volume 15, 1949

Bergh, Einar. “Ski for Light: A Healthy Norwegian Export.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 9-16.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BERGH, EINAR. Northern Lights. Sons of Norway Viking, 76: 50-51 (1979).
“Northern Lights” is a film produced by John Hanson and Rob Nelson. It deals largely with the life of Norwegian and Swedish immigrants in North Dakota during 1915-1916.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

BERGMANN, LEOLA NELSON. A Century of Immigration. Palimpsest, 37:129-133 (March, 1956).
---------- Immigrants in Iowa. Palimpsest, 37: 134-144 (March, 1956).
---------- The Scandinavians Come to Iowa. Palimpsest, 37: 145- 155 (March, 1956).
Volume 20, 1959

BERGMANN, LEOLA NELSON. Americans from Norway. Philadelphia, 1950. 324 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 32:51 (March, 1951).
Volume 17, 1952

BERGMANN, LEOLA NELSON. Music Master of the Middle West; the Story of F. Melius Christiansen and the St. Olaf Choir. Minneapolis, 1944. 230 p.
Volume 15, 1949

BERGQUIST, ULF, ed. Sweden in America. Stockholm, 1978. 48 pp.
A pamphlet designed for study circles. It consists largely of interviews with Swedish Americans. Illustrated.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Bergsagel, K. Bygdelagsbevægelsen i Canada. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:184-185 (June, 1930).
An account of the growth and development of bygdelags in Canada.
Volume 6, 1931

Bergsagel, K. Bygdelagsbevægelsen i Canada. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:184-185 (June, 1930).
An account of the growth and development of bygdelags in Canada.
Volume 6, 1931

Berlin, Ira and Gutman, H. G. “Natives and Immigrants, Free Men and Slaves: Urban Workmen in the Antebellum American South.” American Historical Review, 88: 1175-1200 (December, 1983).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

BERN, ENID, ed. They Had a Wonderful Time: The Homesteading Letters of Anna and Ethel Erickson. North Dakota History, 45: 4-31 (Fall, 1978).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BERNARD, RICHARD M. The Melting Pot and the Altar: Marital Assimilation in Early Twentieth-Century Wisconsin. Minneapolis, 1980. xxviii, 162 pp.
. . . . in a careful study of intermarriage rates among Wisconsin’s major ethnic groups, the author demonstrates that the melting pot was alive and bubbling in the pre-World War I era.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

BERRY, ERICK. Mr. Arctic. New York, 1966. 185 p.
Biography of Vilhjalmur Stefansson for young readers. Erick Berry is the pseudonym of Allena Champlin Best. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Autumn, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

BERTONI, MAE HENDRIKSEN
Norskættet Brooklyn-Kunstnerinne kaprer den ene pris etter den andre - Fascinert av kyst og av opprørt hay. Nordisk Tidende, April 7, 1966.
Sketch of Mae Hendriksen Bertoni, a Brooklyn artist.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

BERULFSEN, BJARNE AND SVENKERUD, HERBERT, eds. Store engelsk-norske ordbok. Oslo, 1968. 1,400 p.
An English-Norwegian dictionary containing 140,000 words and an extensive selection of expressions and phrases.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Berwick, Arnold. The Abraham Lincoln of the sea: the life of Andrew Furuseth. Santa Cruz: Odin Press, 1993. 158 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

BESSASON, HARALDUR. New Light on Vinland from the Sagas. Mosaic (Winnipeg), 1:1, 52-65 (October, 1967).
---------- Some Notes on Leifr Eiriksson’s National Origin and the Sources on Greenland and Vinland. Icelandic Canadian (Winnipeg), 24:2, 13-19.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Betsinger, Signe Nielsen. “Jens Kjær: From Horsens to Atlantic.” The Bridge, 6,2: 42-52 (1983).
Jens Kjær (1866-1959) was a Danish-born artist who spent most of his adult life in the little community of Atlantic, Iowa.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Betsinger, Signe Nielsen. “The Danish Immigrant.” The Bridge, 9, 1: 5-16 (1986).
A recounting of the establishment of the Danish Immigrant Museum Committee and the decision not to establish a central Danish-American Archives but to rely on the Danish Immigrant Archival Listing (DIAL).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Betsinger, Signe T. Nielsen. Danish Immigrant Homes: Glimpses from Southwestern Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1986. 56 pp.
A well-illustrated catalog for an exhibition held March 9-April 25, 1986, at the University of Minnesota.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Bevis for Helge Ingstads teorier gjemt i Vatikanets arkiv. Decorah-Posten, November 10, 1966.
There may be documentary evidence in the Vatican archives of Leif Ericson’s expedition in 1000 AD.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BIELLAND, OLAF. Minder fra Fox River settlementet. Decorah- posten, May 29, 1934, p. 3.
Recollections of Olaf Bielland, who immigrated in 1880.
Volume 8, 1934

Biesanz, Mavis Hiltunen. Helmi Mavis: A Finnish American Childhood. St. Cloud, Minnesota, 1989. 199 pp.
Memories of growing up in northeastern Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Bigler, Brian J. The Norway Building of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair: a building’s journey from Norway to America: an architectural legacy. Blue Mounds, Wis.: Little Norway [1992]. 88 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

BILDEN, LENORE. Bildenslekten i Amerika. Brua, vol. 25, no. 85,p. 14-18 (1951).
A Bilden genealogy.
Volume 17, 1952

BILLINGTON, RAY ALLEN. Land of Savagery, Land of Promise: The European Image of the American Frontier in the Nineteenth Century. New York, 1981. xv, 364 pp.
"... the frontier [after the Civil War] was depicted as a place of opportunity, as opposed to one of perpetual mayhem. America was glad to have the newcomers; Europeans often regarded such siphoning off as an answer to their problems of overpopulation."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Biographical Directory of Clergy, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. Minneapolis, 1988. 1498 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

BIRGE, E. A. Dr. Anderson in the University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin magazine of history, 20:251-254 (March, 1937).
A necrology of Rasmus B. Anderson by his only living colleague on the university faculty. Reprinted in the pamphlet listed below under Einar Haugen.
Volume 10, 1938

Birger Osland, Chicago’s Top Norwegian-American Citizen. Sons of Norway, 57:71 (April, 1960).
A biographical sketch.
Volume 21, 1962

BIRKELAND, TORGER. Echoes of Puget Sound: Fifty Years of Logging and Steamboating. Caldwell, Idaho, 1960. 251 p.
Reviewed in Pacific Northwest Quarterly, October, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BIRTHPLACE OF NORWEGIAN CHURCH IN AMERICA. Sons of Norway Viking, 72: 236 (1975).
The Old Muskego church built in 1844.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Bjaaland, Pat. “Meet Dik Browne the Wonderful, Creator of Hägar the Horrible.” The Norseman, 27, 6: 22-25 (November, 1987).
An American cartoonist has created a comic strip about a Norwegian Viking which has proved popular with Norwegians and Norwegian Americans alike.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

BJELLE, OLE LARSON
Fra krambusvend til representanthuset. Hallingen, June, 1965.
From store clerk to house of representatives.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Bjerke Family History, 1818-1967. Hatton, North Dakota, n.d. 111 p.
The story of the family of Erik and Berthe Marie Bjerke, who emigrated from Norway to Hatton in 1880.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Bjerke, Robert A. Manitowoc County 1872 Plat Map Index: An Index of the Names on E. M. Harney’s Map of Manitowoc County Wisconsin 1872. Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1985. 145 pp.
A useful tool for the local historian or genealogist studying the large Norwegian settlements in this Wisconsin county.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

BJONERUD, EDNA (FALNES), ed. The Flaskerud Family History. [Decorah, Iowa, Posten Press, 1939.] 205 p.
Charts, folded in an envelope, accompany this genealogy.
Volume 12, 1941

Bjorge, Hans P. Article in FERGUS FALLS DAILY JOURNAL, February 26, 1929.
An account of emigration from Norway in 1868 and settlement in Otter Tail County, Minnesota.
Bjorge, Paul. Jordbrug her og hinsides Atlanteren. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 22:147-151 (May, 1929).
A comparison of agricultural processes in Norway and in America.
Volume 5, 1930

BJORGEN, GEORGE R. “The Success Story of an Immigrant.” Minneapolis, 1967.
An unpublished doctoral dissertation at the University of Minnesota.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Bjorgum, Jorunn. “Dreams of the Old Country: A Room of One’s Own. The Norwegian Nationality Reading Room in the University of Pittsburgh.” Scandinavian Journal of History [Sweden], 17, 1 (1992) 45-64.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bjork, Kenneth O. “Reindeer, Gold, and Scandal.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30:130-195 (1985).
The involvement of Scandinavians in the Alaska gold rush and the attempt to introduce reindeer into the territory.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O. “Snowshoe” Thompson: Fact and Legend. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:62-88 (1956).
---------- West of the Great Divide: Norwegian Migration to the Pacific Coast, 1847-1893. Northfield, 1958. xvi, 671 p.
Reviewed in Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 45:505 (December, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O. A Covenant Folk, with Scandinavian Colorings. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:212-251 (1962).
Mormons of Scandinavian origin.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O. and LOVOLL, ODD S. The Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1925-1975. Northfield, 1975. viii, 72 pp.
Brief history and appraisal of the Association during its first fifty years.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

BJORK, KENNETH O. Bella Coola. Americana Norvegica, 3:195-222 (1971).
A Norwegian settlement in British Columbia.
---------- The Founding of the Quatsino Colony. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:80-104 (1972).
A discussion of the founding of a Norwegian “colony” in British Columbia in the late 1890s.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O. Literature in Its Relation to Norwegian-American History. Scandinavian Studies, 38:13-19 (February, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O. Mormon Missionaries and Minnesota Scandinavians. Minnesota History, 36:285-293 (December, 1959).
Mission work in the 1870’s and 1880’s.
---------- Norske ingeniørers innsats i Amerika. Teknisk ukeblad (Oslo, Norway), 107:505-508 (June 16, 1960).
A lecture given March 11, 1960, at a meeting of the Norwegian Engineers’ Society, Oslo, dealing with the assistance of Norwegian-trained engineers in building America, 1865-1929.
---------- Norwegian Cultural Activities in America. Morgenbladet (Oslo), August 26, 1960.
A survey of the cultural contributions of Norwegian Americans.
Volume 21, 1962

BJORK, KENNETH O. Scandinavian Migration to the Canadian Prairie Provinces, 1893-1914. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:3-30 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 24. Northfield, 1970. 300 p.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents of the
Volume are listed individually by authors in the section on articles.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 25. Northfield, 1972. 293 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents of the
Volume are listed individually by authors in the section on articles.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 26. Northfield, 1974. 269 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 27. Northfield, 1977. 323 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 28. Northfield, Minnesota, 1979. 367 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

BJØRK, KENNETH, transl, and ed. See Paulson, Arthur C.
Volume 11, 1940

BJØRK, KENNETH. A Migration of Skills. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:1-40 (1944).
--------Pioneering on the Technical Front; a Story Told in America Letters. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:227-234 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

BJORK, KENNETH. Early Norwegian Settlement in the Rockies. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18:44-81 (1954).
---------- Scandinavian Experiment in California. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 5:67-78, 100-116, 6: 26-36 (July, October, 1954, January, 1955).
Accounts of various co-operative undertakings by Danes, Norwegians, and Swedes in California during the last decades of the nineteenth century.
Volume 19, 1956

BJORK, KENNETH. Hvistendahl’s Mission to San Francisco, 1870-75. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 16:1-63 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

BJORK, KENNETH. Norwegian Gold Seekers in the Rockies. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17:47-83 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

BJØRK, KENNETH. Ole Evinrude and the Outboard Motor.
Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12: 167-177 (1941).
----------R. A. Nestos. Norwegian-American Historical Association News Letter, no. 17: 3-4 (October, 1942).
A biographical sketch of the former governor of North Dakota.
Volume 13, 1943

BJORK, KENNETH. Rear Admiral Peter C. Asserson. Nordisk tidende, March 23, 1944.
A sketch of Asserson (1889-1906), naval engineer, also appears in the author's Saga in Steel and Concrete, p. 385-338.
---------- Saga in Steel and Concrete; Norwegian Engineers in America. Northfield, 1947. 504 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 29:156-158 (June, 1948)
---------- Thorstein Veblen and St. Olaf College; a Group of Letters by Thorbjørn N. Mohn. Norwegian-
American Studies and Records,
15:122-150 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

BJØRK, KENNETH. The Unknown Rølvaag: Secretary in the Norwegian-American Historical Association. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, II: 114-149 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

Björk, Ulf Jonas. “Nothing But A Hired Hand: Johan Person and the Swedish-American Press.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 42, 1; 5-23 (January, 1991).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Björk, Ulf Jonas. “Nya Världen and Oscar H. Neil: The Rise and Fall of a Swedish-Language Paper in the Pacific Northwest.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40; 2: 70-83 (April, 1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BJORKLUND, ODDVAR. Marcus Thrane, en stridsmann for menneskerett og fri tanke. Oslo, 1951. 373 p.
Thrane, a labor leader and social reformer, came to the United States in 1863.
Volume 18, 1954

Bjørkum, Hilde. “Farvel mitt fosterland. Nokre døme pa emigrantviser brukt i Sogn og Fjordane.” Årbok for Sogn, 35: 36-43 (1989).
Emigrant songs from Sogn.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Bjorlee, Ignatius. Iguatius Bjorlee, an autobiography. MARYLAND BULLETIN, 49:133-138 (June, 1929).
The autobiography of a deaf boy, recounting, in particular, his struggles for an education.
Volume 6, 1931

Bjorlee, Ignatius. Iguatius Bjorlee, an autobiography. MARYLAND BULLETIN, 49:133-138 (June, 1929).
The autobiography of a deaf boy, recounting, in particular, his struggles for an education.
Volume 6, 1931

Bjørlo, Egil-Henrik, ed. Vestover! Gløtt frå utvandringa frå Tysvær til Amerika. Tysvær, Norway, 1993. 128 pp.
Westward! Glimpses from the emigration from Tysvær to America.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

BJORN, THYRA FERRE. This Is My Life. New York, 1966. 181 p.
An anecdotal autobiography by the author of Papa’s Wife and Papa’s Daughter covering the period from 1954 to the present.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

BJORNDAL, MAGNUS
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Magnus Bjorndal. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, March, 1970.
An article about the late founder of Tech Laboratories, Palisades Park, New Jersey, and president of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

BJORNDAL, MAGNUS. Is There an Engineering Shortage? Or Is It Just a Shortage of Technicians? Norwegian American Technical Journal, 31-38 (January, 1965).
A study of American engineering education with a plea for the training of technicians.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

BJØRNSON, H. A Brief History of Immanuel Congregations and Their Work in Seventy Years from 1871 to 1941. n.p., 1941. 8p.
The churches are located near Rothsay, Otter Tail County, Minnesota.
Volume 13, 1943 (pamphlet)

Bjørnson, Valdimar. “Preserving Tradition: The Icelandic-Americans.” Scandinavian Review, 73, 4: 73-79 (Winter, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

BJØRNSON, VALDIMAR. Icelanders in the United States. Scandinavian Review, 64: 39-41 (No. 3, 1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

BLAGEN, NILS J. "A Short History of the Life of N. J. Blagen."
The Bridge, 6, 2:46-78 (1982).
Autobiographical sketch of a prominent Danish-American architect who helped to build the cities, industries, and transportation systems of Oregon and Washington one hundred years ago.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

BLAINE, JOHN J.
Patrick G. O’Brien. Senator John J. Blaine: An Independent Progressive during “Normalcy.” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 60: 25-41 (1976).
Blaine was the son of ‘‘an ambitious and pious Norwegian mother and a Scottish father ‘‘who talked to himself about politics while he plowed his fields.” Both parents were immigrants.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

BLAIR, WISCONSIN
Our Heritage: Centennial Celebration, Evangelical Lutheran Churches of North Beaver Creek . . . 1859-1959. 34 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

Blanck, Dag and Harald Runblom. Swedish Life in American Cities. Uppsala, 1991. 131 pp.
Four essays on Chicago, Moline, and Rockford, Illinois; Winnipeg, Manitoba; and two essays on Swedish-American literature.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Blanck, Dag. “History at Work: The 1888 New Sweden Jubilee.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 39, 2: 5-20 (April, 1988).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

BLEGEN, T. C., ed. The Civil war letters of Colonel Hans Christian Heg. Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1936. 260 p.
This volume consists of letters of the colonel of the Fifteenth Wisconsin regiment, with a biographical essay on Heg by the editor. Reviewed by C. J. H[ambro] in Morgenbladet (Oslo) for April 11, 1936; by O. J. Falnes in the summer, 1936, issue of the American-Scandinavian review; and by Dr. Louise Phelps Kellogg in the Wisconsin magazine of history for June, 1936.
---------- Peerson, Cleng (1783-Dec. 16, 1865). Dictionary of American biography, 14:390 (1934).
---------- Reiersen, Johan Reinert (Apr. 17, 1810-Sept. 6, 1864). Dictionary of American biography,
15:487-488 (1935).
-----------Rynning, Ole (Apr. 4, 1809-September, 1838). Dictionary of American biography, 16:273-274 (1935).
---------- The seventeenth of May in mid-Atlantic: Ole Rynning's emigrant song, translated and edited by Theodore C. Blegen and Martin B. Ruud. Norwegian-American studies and records, 8: 18-22 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Adventures in Historical Research. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 3-8, 47 (Autumn, 1955).
Adventures and discoveries, notably in the field of immigrant history.
---------- Land of Their Choice: The Immigrants Write Home. Minneapolis, 1955. xix, 463 p.
Norwegian immigrants and observers give their impressions about America. Reviewed in the New York Times Book Review, October 25, 1955.
Volume 19, 1956

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Amerikabrev. Oslo, 1958. xii, 408 p.
This volume of selections from hundreds of America letters was published in English under the title Land of Their Choice: The Immigrants Write Home (Minneapolis, 1955). The Norwegian edition has a foreword by Ingrid Semmingsen. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, November, 1958.
---------- The Immigrant Image of America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:1-14 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959 (article)

Blegen, Theodore C. An early Norwegian settlement in Canada. Canadian historical association, Annual report, 1930, p. 83-86.
The story of the unsuccessful Norwegian colony at Gaspe. Based in part upon the Closter Papers in the Quaker Archives at Stavanger, Norway.
---------- Det norsk-amerikanske historielag. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 24:10-12 (January, 1931).
An account of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- transl. and ed. Immigrant women and the American frontier; three early "America letters. "Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:14-29 (1930).
Letters of Jannicke Sæhle, 1847, Henrietta Jessen, 1850, and Guri Endreson, 1866. Guri Endreson relates her experiences in the Sioux massacre in 1862 in Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

Blegen, Theodore C. An early Norwegian settlement in Canada. Canadian historical association, Annual report, 1930, p. 83-86.
The story of the unsuccessful Norwegian colony at Gaspé. Based in part upon the Closter Papers in the Quaker Archives at Stavanger, Norway.
---------- Det norsk-amerikanske historielag. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 24:10--12 (January, 1931).
An account of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- transl. and ed. Immigrant women and the American frontier; three early "America letters. "Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:14-29 (1930).
Letters of Jannicke Sæhle, 1847, Henrietta Jessen, 1850, and Gurl Endreson, 1866. Guri Endreson relates her experiences in the Sioux massacre in 1862 in Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

Blegen, Theodore C. California-gull og Brasiliansk kolonisasjon. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:45-48 (December, 1930).
The story of a gold-seeking expedition that left Trondhjem, Norway, for California in 1850.
Volume 6, 1931

Blegen, Theodore C. California-gull og Brasiliansk kolonisasjon. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:45-48 (December, 1930).
The story of a gold-seeking expedition that left Trondhjem, Norway, for California in 1850.
Volume 6, 1931

Blegen, Theodore C. Den norske utvandring som den gjenspeiler sig i sange og digte: utdrag av et foredrag. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 22: 109-122 (April, 1929).
An account of Norwegian emigration as reflected in contemporary songs and poems.
---------- The "America letters." Avhandlinger utgitt ay det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo. II. Hist.-Filos. Klasse, 1928, no. 5-Oslo, 1928. 25 p.
A revision of a paper read at a session of the Sixth International Congress of Historical Sciences in Oslo, August 16, 1928.
---------- Guri Endreson, frontier heroine. MINNESOTA HISTORY, 10: 425-430 (December, 1929).
A letter of 1866 by Guri Endreson.
---------- Norwegian-American Historical Association publications and publication plans; report of the managing editor, presented at the triennial meeting of the association held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on January 7, 1930. [Northfield, Minnesota] 1930. 15p.
Volume 5, 1930

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Frederick J. Turner and the Kensington Puzzle. Minnesota History, 39: 133-140 (Winter, 1964).
Discussion and transcript of a letter from Frederick J. Turner to Gisle Bothne, February 10, 1910, about the Kensington runestone.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Grass Roots History. Minneapolis, 1947. 266 p.
A collection of essays and addresses, including such subjects as singing immigrants, folkways, Norwegian-American newspapers, the language of the immigrants, "Immigrant Marthas," and "Halfway House." Reviewed in Minnesota History, 29:57 (March, 1948)
---------- The Saga of Saga Hill. Minnesota History, 29:289-299 (December, 1948).
A sketch of a summer colony on Lake Minnetonka that was established in the 1880's.
Volume 16 1950

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. John Quincy Adams and the Sloop "Restoration." Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American Historical Association, [1940]. 29 p.
Issued as a preprint to the author's Norwegian Migration to America: The American Transition.
----------Norwegian Migration to America: The American Transition.
Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1940. 655 p.
This is volume 2 of a series begun in 1931, the first volume bearing the title, Norwegian Migration to America, 1825-1860.
Volume 12, 1941

Blegen, Theodore C. Leaders in American immigration. [Springfield, Illinois], Illinois state
historical society, [1932] 14 p.
"Reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois state historical society, Publication no. 38." (1931.) Various immigrant leaders are discussed, but the greater part of the paper is taken up with the Norwegian group. The material here used is incorporated in the author's Norwegian migration to America, 1825-1860.
-------- Norwegian migration to America, 1825-1860. Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-
American historical association, 1931. 413 p.
This historical contribution has been reviewed in a number of periodicals, including Minnesota history, 12:304-306 (September, 193l), American economic review, 22:172-173 (March, 1932), and Norwegian-American studies and records, 6:162-167 (1931).
-------- A pioneer pastor on the Wisconsin frontier in the fifties, with a foreword by Theodore C.
Blegen. NORDEN, 3:10-12 (December, 1931).
A letter from Pastor Olaus Fredric Duus to his father, Ole Irgens Duus, in Kragerø, Norway, dated January 8, 1856, at the Waupaca parsonage, Wisconsin.
Volume 7, 1933

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Minnesota: A History of the State. Minneapolis, 1968. 688 p.
Photographs and maps add to the value of this comprehensive history.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Norwegian emigrant songs and ballads. Edited and translated by Theodore C. Blegen and Martin B. Ruud. Minneapolis, The University of Minnesota press, 1936. 850 p.
A review by A. P. Hudson appears in American literature for May, 1937, and one by Einar Haugen in Minnesota history for June, 1937. This book was included among the "Fifty books of the year" selected by the American institute of graphic arts for exhibition throughout the United States in 1938.
---------- Rynning, Ole, immigrant leader. Norwegian-American historical association News letter, no. 6, p. 1-4 (August, 1937).
An address delivered at the Rynning centennial observance at St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minnesota, May 15, 1937.
Volume 10, 1938

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Starting a town in pioneer times; an America letter written by Frithjof Meidell at Springfield, Illinois, in 1855. With a foreword by Theodore C. Blegen. Norden, 4:9-11 (December, 1932).
The letter is printed in Norwegian; it describes humorously the typical method of starting new towns along the railways as they were building westward.
Volume 8, 1934

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Ballad of Oleana. Common Ground, 5:73-77 (Autumn, 1944).
--------The Ballad of Oleana; a Verse Translation. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:117-121 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Kensington Rune Stone: New Light on an Old Riddle. St. Paul, 1968. 220 p.
A re-examination of the authenticity of the Kensington stone in the light of new sources. Reviewed in Minnesota History, Spring, 1969, Journal of American History, June, 1969, and Speculum, January, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Second Twenty-Five Years. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17: 149-158 (1952).
Forecast of work before the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 18, 1954

BLEGEN, THEODORE C.
John T. Flanagan. Theodore C. Blegen: A Memoir. Northfield, Minnesota, 1977. ix, 181 pp.
A biography of the well-known educator, immigration historian, and editor of the NAHA.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C., and NYDAHL, THEODORE L. Minnesota History: A Guide to Reading and Study. Minneapolis, 1960. 223 p.
A revision of Blegen’s 1937 edition of this work, with the guide and bibliography brought up to date.
Volume 21, 1962

BLIKSTAD, BERSVEND J. The Nelson-Moen Family of the Town of Tumuli, Otter Tail County,
Minnesota.
Fergus Falls, Ukeblad Publishing Co., [1938]. 24 p.
A narrative account of family connections.
Volume 11, 1940

Blilie, J. A. Nybyggerlivet i Syd Dakota. NORDEN, 3:6-7 (February, 1931).
Reminiscences of pioneer life in South Dakota.
Volume 7, 1933

BLINDHEIM, JOAN TINDALE, tr., Vinland the Good: The Saga of Leif Erikson and the Viking Discovery of America. Oslo, 1966. 80 p.
A translation of Anna Holstmark’s work, with a foreword by Helge Ingstad. Reviewed in Vinland, September 15, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Bliss, John C. “Evidence of Ethnicity: Management Styles of Forest Owners in Wisconsin,” Forest & Conservation History (1992), 36(2): 63-72.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Bliss, John C. “Evidence of Ethnicity: Management Styles of Forest Owners in Wisconsin" Forest and Conservation History, 36, 2 (1992) 63-72.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bliss, Patricia Lounsbury. Christian Petersen Remembered. Ames, Iowa, 1986. 217 pp.
Reminiscences of students, colleagues, and family of a sculptor who emigrated with his parents from Denmark in 1894. Illustrated with 100 photographs of Petersen’s sculptures.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

BLUE EARTH, MINNESOTA. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH. Fiftieth Anniversary, Trinity Lutheran Church, Blue Earth, Minnesota; A Brief History of the Congregation and Its Auxiliary Organization. N.p., 1941. 22 p.
The anniversary celebration took place Sunday, September 21, 1941.
Volume 12, 1941

BLUE RIVER, WISCONSIN
Five Points Evangelical Lutheran Church Centennial, 1861- 1961. 58p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

BLY, CAROL. Letters From the Country. New York, 1981. vi, 184 pp.
A collection of thirty-one essays which deal with country life near Madison, Minnesota.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BLY, ROBERT. The Man in the Black Coat Turns. New York, 1981. 62 pp.
A new collection of poems by a prominent American poet of Norwegian roots. Besides his numerous original works he has translated extensively from foreign literatures, including the Scandinavian.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Bodnar, John E. The Transplanted: A History of Immigrants in Urban America. Bloomington, Indiana, 1985. xxi, 294 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Bodnar, John et al. Lives of their Own: Blacks, Italians, and Poles in Pittsburgh 1900-1980. Urbana, Illinois, 1982. 286 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Bodnar, John. Collective Memory and Ethnic Groups: The Case of Swedes, Mennonites, and Norwegians. Rock Island, Ill., 1991.39 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Bøe, A. Sophie. Lars Davidson Reque, pioneer. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES AND
RECORDS, 6:30-52 (1931).
The story of Lars Davidson Reque, 1818-1912, an immigrant from Voss, Norway, in 1889. The article is accompanied by a portrait.
Volume 7, 1933

BOE, HENNING C. Leif Erikson i forskjellige utgaver. Western Viking (Seattle), March 14, 1969.
Leif Ericson statues in America.
---------- På besøk hos norsk kunstner i Hawaii. Western Viking, March 1, 1968.
Concerns Alf Hurum, artist and composer in Honolulu.
---------- Publisher’s Corner. Western Viking, August 29, 1969.
The present status of the Norwegian-American press.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Boe, Lars O.] The Lutheran church in Minnesota and higher education. St. Olaf college bulletin,
27:1-11 (September, 193l).
In this bulletin the president of St. Olaf college analyzes the higher education situation among the Lutheran bodies in Minnesota, and, in part, outside of Minnesota, giving statistics of church membership, schools, attendance, and so forth, making suggestions in regard to the future and the course that the Lutheran church bodies in the state should pursue.
Volume 7, 1933

Bøe, Sigmund. “Emigrasjon til USA omkring hundreårsskiftet.” Segn og soge. Tidsskrift for Sande sagelag, 1992, I: 21-28.
Voyages to the United States about 1900.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Boeckmann, Egil. Eduard Boeckmann. SURGERY, GYNECOLOGY, AND OBSTETRICS, 53;
113--115 (July, 1931).
A biographical sketch of a well-known physician and surgeon of St. Paul, Minnesota, written by his son. It is also issued as a separate.
Volume 7, 1933

BOECKMANN, MARILYN ANDERSON. Carl L. Boeckmann: Norwegian Artist in the New World. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 309-323 (1979).
C. L. Boeckmann (1867-1923) gained considerable fame during his lifetime, especially as a portrait painter.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BOEWE, CHARLES. Rølvaag’s America: An Immigrant Novelist’s Views. Western Humanities Review, 11:3-12 (Winter, 1957).
Volume 20, 1959

BOGSTAD, RASMUS. The Early History of Concordia College, a Record of the School from 1891 to 1910. N.p., [1941?]. 141p.
Bogstad was a former teacher and also a former president of Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, an institution of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America.
Volume 12, 1941

BØHN, TORA. A Quest for Norwegian Folk Art in America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19 : 116-141 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

BOJER, JOHAN. The Emigrants. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978. 355 pp.
A translation of the Norwegian emigrant novel published under the title Vor egen stamme in Oslo, 1924. This translation by A. C. Jayne was originally published in 1925. Paul Reigstad has supplied an introduction for the present edition.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BOLAND, CHARLES MICHAEL. They All Discovered America. New York, 1961. 384 p.
A review of nineteen alleged discoveries of America before Columbus. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, June, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BOLIN, STURE. En skånsk pråston i Amerika. Lund, Sweden, 1960. 131 p.
Letters written from America in the 1850’s and 1860’s by a young Swedish immigrant.
Volume 21, 1962

BONDERUD, O. and LUTZ, C., ed. America’s Lutherans. Columbus, Ohio, 1955. 63 p.
Included is “The Norsemen on the Prairies,” a sketch of the Evangelical Lutheran Church by Professor C. Clifford Nelson.
Volume 19, 1956

BONDEUNGDOMSLAGET, INC., New York. Tiårsskrift November 1935. [Brooklyn, N. Y., Knudsen printing and publishing co., inc.], 1935. 64 p.
A decennial history of this organization composed of immigrants from the rural districts of Norway, written principally by Gunnar Skavlan.
Volume 9, 1936

BONHUS, EMMA QUIE. From Lantern to Yardlight. Minneapolis, 1948. 54 p.
The story of a Norwegian family in Rice County, Minnesota.
Volume 16 1950

BONNEVIE, JACOB AAL
Norwegian Meteorology at 100. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:46 (February-March, 1967).
Sketch of Jacob Aal Bonnevie, professor of meteorology, University of California.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

BORCHERT, JOHN R. A Quarter Century of Change in the Finland Community of Northeastern Minnesota. Duluth, 1960. 16 p.
A sociological study.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BØRDE, HAAKON. First North American Foreign Trade Handled by Norsemen 1,000 Years Ago. Norwegian American Commerce, November-December, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BORG, SELMA JOSEPHINA
Anders Myhrman. Selma Josephina Borg: Finland-Swedish Musician, Lecturer, and Champion of Women’s Rights. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 25-34 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Borgund - Black Hills: Stave Church Replica for South Dakota. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65:206 (August, 1968).
Description of the stave church at Mt. Rushmore in the Black Hills, a replica of the one at Borgund, Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Borlaug som fredsprisvinner. Vinland (Chicago), October 29, 1970.
Reprint of an article first appearing in Nationen, Oslo newspaper, in which the Nobel prize winner is eulogized for his work in promoting peace.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Borlaugs “revolusjon” mot hunger-spøkelset. Minnesota Posten, November 5, 1970.
Among many articles which have appeared about Norman Borlaug, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, this one, published first in the New York Times, was later printed by Aftenposten in Oslo.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Borsheim, Ruby Sunde. But we survived: the story of one Norwegian-American family in west-central Minnesota. [Inver Grove Heights, Minn.: E.J. Nelson, 1995.] 224 pp.: ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

BØRTE, TORBJØRN. De kaller henne “Telemarka.” Nordmnanns-Forbundet, 72: 154-157 (1979).
Gonil Henderson, an immigrant from Telemark, Norway, is a “ski-pioneer and legend” in Glacier National Park. “They call her ‘Telemarka’.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Bottorff, Rachel Ann. “Unonius: The Man in the Middle.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 2: 141-154 (July, 1990).
Gustaf Unonius led twelve families from Sweden to settle on the shores of Pine Lake, Wisconsin in 1841. He later became an Episcopal priest and founded several congregations including St. Ansgarius in Chicago.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Bøvre, Michael J. “Fra Ringsaker i Norge til Koshkonong Prairie i Wisconsin" Årbok. Ringsaker, Veldre og Brøttum histarielag, 1992, I: 95-103.
History of the Bøvre family from Ringsaker, Hedmark.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bovre, Michael J. and Mary Ellen Christensen. Early Norwegian Settlers on Koshkonong Prairie 1839 1840 1841. Madison, Wisconsin, 1989. 31 pp.
Published by the Koshkonong Prairie Historical Society as the first of a series to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first Norwegians. Contains biographies, family recollections and photographs of first settlers.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

BOWEN, R. H., ed. and trans. A Frontier Family in Minnesota: Letters of Theodore and Sophie Bost, 1851-1920. Minneapolis, 1981. xxv, 391 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BOWES, L. M. A History of the Norwegian Old People's Home, Norwood Park, Chicago, Ill. [Chicago, 1940.] 128 p.
Volume 12, 1941

BOYESEN, HJALMAR HJORTH
Karsten Roedder. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Nordisk Tidende, January 9, 1964.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

BRAATELEIN, TOMMIE. Outstanding Norwegians. Pacific Coast Viking (Montrose, California), May, 1965.
Included are Earl Warren, chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; Ole Bardahl, builder, contractor, and chemist, who produced an oil formula; and Ole Evinrude, inventor of the outboard motor.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

BRAATELIEN, BOTOLV. Haakon Hermanson Sires slekt. Hallingen, March, 1967.
Genealogy of the Haakon Hermanson Sire family.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Bradshaw, Nancy Smith and Frances Huckstep Hamilton. Velkommen til Norge: A Pictorial History of Norge, Virginia. 1989. 80 pp.
Shortly before the turn of the century, Norwegian-American Carl M. Berg, a Chesapeake and Ohio land agent, persuaded fellow Norwegian Americans in the Midwest to move east and settle in James City, York and New Kent counties; the majority settled around what is Norge. Illustrated and indexed.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Brain, Gary. “The Ship Sailed On: Swedish-American Migration to Rural California.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 4: 220-233 (October, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BRAND, BERT." De første blade af den norske saga i Chicago. Skandinaven, June 27, July 4, 1933, p. 9 in both issues.
The title, "The first leaves of the Norwegian saga in Chicago," is indicative of the contents of this article, which is from the pen of a writer in Norway.
Volume 8, 1934

BRANDT, Mrs. R. O. Social aspects of prairie pioneering; the reminiscences of a pioneer pastor's wife. Norwegian-American studies and records, 7:1-46 (1933)
Volume 8, 1934

Braseth, Leif. “Fra Steivangsetra til Amerika -- en utvandrer forteller,” Alvdal jul (1997), I: 27-36. Title trans.: From Steivangsetra to America: an emigrant speaks.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

BRATRUD, OTTO M. Beating to Windward. Edited by Sverre Arestad. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:58-110 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

BRATRUD, OTTO. Beating to Windward: Afloat and Ashore. Seattle, 1961. 242 p.
An autobiography of a Seattle skipper who sailed the Pacific Ocean. Foreword by Kenneth O. Bjork. A condensed version of this book appeared in Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 20.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Brattestå, Hans. “Fra Seljord til Boone County i Illinois,” Kultur og historie 1998. Årsskrift for Seljord sogelag. I: 51-61. Title trans.: From Seljord to Boone County, Illinois.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

BRATTNE, BERIT. Bröderna Larsson: En studie i svensk emigrantverksamhet under 1880-talet. Uppsala, 1973. 298 pp.
A
Volume in the series of emigration studies at the University of Uppsala. It draws upon a variety of sources, but its core is furnished by the private archives of the five Larsson brothers who operated an emigration agency in Sweden during 1873-1914.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Braut, Else, and Randi Holden Hoff, eds. Brev hjemmefra: brev fra Norge til utvandrere, 1840-1960. Published in cooperation with the Norsk lokalhistorisk institutt. Oslo: Solum, 1997. 320 pp.: ill. Title trans. Letters from home: letters from Norway to emigrants.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

BREKKE, GUTTORM
Ingeniør Guttorm Brekke feier 75 år. Nordisk Tidende, May 4, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

BRENNA, O. C. Ninetieth Anniversary, October Thirteenth, Nineteen Hundred Forty-six, 1856-1946, Greenfield Evangelical Lutheran Church, Harmony, Minnesota. 1946. 20 p.
Volume 15, 1949

BREVIG, TOLLEF LARSON. Apaurak in Alaska; Social Pioneering among the Eskimos. Translated and compiled from the records of the Reverend T. L. Brevig, pioneer missionary to the Eskimos of Alaska from 1894 to 1917, by Dr. Walter Johnshoy. Philadelphia, 1944. 325 p.
Brevig was a missionary for the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America.
Volume 15, 1949

Brice, David. “George af Forselles: ‘The Swedish Count of Alaska.’” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 9, 4: 165-183 (October, 1989).
Georg af Forselles emigrated from Sweden in 1898 and became a central figure in the Alaskan gold rush. He later produced six books.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BROCH, THEODOR The Mountains Wait. St. Paul, Webb Publishing Company, 1942. 325 p.
The last chapter treats of the author's journey to the United States.
Volume 14, 1944

BROCH, THEODOR. Sambandstatene og det norske Amerika. Samtiden, 55:562-570 (1946).
The American Union and the Norwegian Americans. A Norwegian soldier's impressions of the United States.
Volume 15, 1949

BRODERSEN, ARVlD. Thorstein Veblen, Norsk-Amerikaneren som vart vegbrøytar i moderne samfunns-gransking. Syn og segn (Oslo), 46:251-260 (1940).
A biographical and critical study.
Volume 12, 1941

BRØGGER, A. W. Vinlandsferdene. Oslo, Gyldendal norsk forlag, 1937. 207 p.
The Vinland journeys. The chapters of this volume appeared serially in Norsk geografisk tidsskrift during 1936.
Volume 10, 1938

Brokerud, Martin. “Den siste store utvandringen fra Hadelands-bygdene 1905-1916.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1992, I: 110-125.
Migration from Hadeland, 1905-1916.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BROMWELL, WILLIAM J. History of Immigration to the United States Exhibiting the Number, Sex, Age, Occupation and Country of Birth of Passengers Arriving from Foreign Countries by Sea, 1819 to 1855. New York, 1969. 225 pp. A reprint.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

BRØNDSTED, JOHANNES. The Vikings. Baltimore, 1965. 347 p.
Included is a section on Viking expeditions to the Western Hemisphere.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

BRONNER, HEDIN AND FRANZEN, GOSTA. Scandinavian Studies in the Institutions of Learning in the United States. Scandinavian Studies, 27: 173-195 (November, 1955).
Volume 19, 1956

BRONNER, HEDIN AND FRANZEN, GOSTA. Scandinavian Studies inInstitutions of Learning in the United States. Seventh Report: 1966-67. Scandinavian Studies, 39:345-367 (November, 1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BRONNER, HEDIN, and FRANZEN, GÖSTA. Scandinavian Studies in Institutions of Learning in the United States: Sixth Report, 1963-64. Scandinavian Studies, 36:303-322 (November, 1964).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

BRONNER, HEDIN. A Centenary of Norwegian Studies in American Institutions of Learning. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:158-169 (1959).
---------- De røkter norskdommen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:145-147 (June, 1960).
A discussion of the crisis in the instruction of Norwegian in the United States.
---------- Nordiske studier i vesterheimen. Samtiden, 69:245-252 (1960).
A historical survey of one hundred years of teaching Norwegian in American schools.
Volume 21, 1962

BRØNNER, HEDIN. Landkjenning: reiser i et liv. Foreword by
Johan Hambro. Oslo, 1983. 226 pp.
Reminiscences of a ranch-traveled Norwegian-American intellectual and diplomat.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BRONNER, HEDIN. Norge in Virginia. American-Scandinavian Review, 45 :258-263 (Autumn, 1957).
The story of a Norwegian settlement in Virginia.
---------- Scandinavian Studies in the United States - and Great Britain? Norseman, 15 :372-374 (November-December, 1957).
---------- Student Motivation in Scandinavian Courses in the United States. Scandinavian Studies, 28:99-108 (August, 1956).
---------- and Franzen, Gösta. Scandinavian Studies in Institutions of Learning in the United States. Scandinavian Studies, 30:157-177 (November, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

BRONSTAD, ALVIN L. Harmony: A Typical Rural School District. Clifton, Texas, 1969. 16 p.
A history of a school district that was in existence from 1890 to 1989 in a portion of the Norwegian settlement in Bosque County, Texas.
---------- The C. O. Bronstad Family Story. Clifton, Texas, 1970. 26 p.
The history of the family of Christian O. Bronstad and Martha Christine Colwick Bronstad, pioneers in Bosque County, Texas.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

BRØNSTED, JOHANNES. Norsemen in North America before Columbus. Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report of the Board of Governors, 367-405 (Washington, D.C., 1953).
A famous Danish archeologist, director of the Danish national museum in Copenhagen, discusses such vexed problems as the Newport Tower, the Kensington rune stone, finds and mooring stones in Minnesota.
Volume 19, 1956

BRØNSTED, JOHANNES. Problemet om nordboer i Nordamerika før Columbus: En bedømmelse av de amerikanske materiale. Aarbøger for nordisk oldkyndighed og historie. Copenhagen, 1951. 152 p.
This includes a discussion of the Kensington rune stone, whose authenticity the author doubts, basing his objection on the language. This article is also reprinted as a separate, with the title, “Norsemen in North America before Columbus.”
Volume 18, 1954

BRØNSTED, JOHANNES. The Vikings. Baltimore, 1960. 320 p.
The Viking age, including the expeditions to the New World. Translated by Estrid Bannister-Good. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

BROOK, MICHAEL. Scandinavians in the United States and Minnesota: A Selection of Books and Articles in English. St. Paul, 1967. 5 p.
A mimeographed bibliography.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH. First Lutheran Church, Brookings, South Dakota, Sixtieth Anniversary, 1880-1940, October 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1940. N.p., 1940. [35] p.
Pages 6-8 contain "A Brief History of First Lutheran Church, 1880-1940," by A. O. Bortnem.
Volume 12, 1941

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Trinity Lutheran Church. C. O. Pedersen. This World of Ours. Nordisk Tidende, September 16-30, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregation)

Brøste, Ole K. “Amerikareise og nybyggerliv fra 1868.” Gåmålt frå Lesja og Lesjaskog, 1993, I: 18-22.
Emigration from Lesja, Oppland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BROSTE, OLE K. Coming to America in 1868 to Hanska, Brown
Co., Minn., as Told by Ole K. Broste to Petra M. Lien. Our Young People, 20:1-1-2 (August 9); 1-2 (August 16); 1-2 (August 23, 1942)
Also published as a separate, 12 p. mimeo.
Volume 13, 1943

Brown, Alistair. “Utvandringsjubileum i Land 23-25 juni 1989.” Landingen årbok, 1989: 100-103.
Emigration celebration in Land, 1989.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BROWN, CHARLES E. Halvor Lars Skavlem. The Wisconsin Archeologist, 19:47-49 (January, 1939).
Halvor Lars Skavlem (1846-1939) was an amateur archaeologist and naturalist of Janesville,
Wisconsin, who acquired a famous collection and came to be recognized as an authority in his field.
Volume 11, 1940

BROWN, GEORGE C., ed. A Swedish Traveller in Early Wisconsin: The Observations of Fredrika Bremer. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 61: 300-318 (1978).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

BROWN, GEORGE C., ed. A Swedish Traveller in Early Wisconsin: The Observations of Frederika Bremer. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 61: 300-318 (1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Brown, Warren. Rockne. Chicago, Reilly and Lee, 1931. 234 p.
A biography of Knute Rockne.
Volume 6, 1931

Brown, Warren. Rockne. Chicago, Reilly and Lee, 1931. 234 p.
A biography of Knute Rockne.
Volume 6, 1931

Browning, Harley L. and Rodolfo O. de la Garza, eds. Mexican Immigrants and Mexican Americans: An Evolving Relation. Austin, Texas, 1986. 256 pp.
A collection of twelve essays. “written principally by sociologists from the University of Texas at Austin,” which “focuses on distinctions and differences between individuals of Mexican origin who were born in the United States and Mexican-born legal and illegal immigrants”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

BRUCE, G. M. Bygdelagene. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 32:7-10 (January, 1939).
A general statement and explanation of the bygdelag movement, including origins, objectives,
and practice, and their co-operation in the general organization of Fællesraadet.
Volume 11, 1940

BRUCE, G. M. Moder- og datterkirker og norsk-amerikansk brobygning. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:113-118 (April, 1934).
A reply to Sigurd Folkestad and a rebuttal by the latter on the relation between the Norwegian
Lutheran churches and synods in the United States and the state church of Norway. Pastor
Folkestad considers the Norwegian state church a mother church and the American churches
daughter churches, whereas Dr. Bruce gives the American churches a more independent standing.
---------- Norsk-amerikansk brobygning. Minneapolis tidende, May 3, 1934, p. 9-10.
A lecture on Norwegian-American relations, given before "Det norske nationalforbund," Minneapolis.
Volume 8, 1934

BRUCE, GUSTAV
Gustav Bruce død. Decorah-Posten, October 17, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

BRUFLOT, ARNFINN. Dei kom til Amerika. Oslo, 1975. 46 pp.
They came to America. A collection of poems by a Norwegian-American poet dealing with Norwegians who came to America from 1825 to 1975. Dedicated to the sesquicentennial of Norwegian immigration.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

BRUFLOT, ARNFINN. Inn i Amerika. Oslo, 1980. 174 pp.
A novel about Norwegian immigrants to the west coast of America.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Bruflot, Arnfinn. På andre sida av havet. Oslo, 1986. 54 PP.
A poetic description of the United States during the immigration era and today.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Brun, Håkon. “Fra Kabelvåg til Amerika.” Årbok for Vågan, 1992, I: 58-60.
Marius Johnsen tells of his journey to America in a 1903 letter.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

BRUNVAND, JAN HAROLD. Norwegian Settlers in Alberta. Ottawa, 1974. 71 pp.
A
Volume in the Mercury Series of the Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies at the National Museum of Man, Ottawa.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Brunvoll, Per-Arne. “Femtekolonnister eller kidnappere? Norsk Sjømannsforbunds kamp mot Scandinavian Seamen's Club of America under 2. verdenskrig,” Sjøfartshistorisk Årbok [Norway] 1992: 7-41. Title translation: Fifth column or kidnappers? The battle of the Norwegian Seamen’s Union against the Scandinavian Seamen’s Club of America during World War II.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

BRUUN, LORENTZ
Karl Robert Ertsaas. Norsk dekksgutt inntar Tacoma. Nordisk Tidende, August 31, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

BRYE, DAVID L. Wisconsin Scandinavians and Progressivism. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 163-193 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Bryge, Olav. “Soga om Sigmund og Lars Skeie/The Simon and Lars Scheie families’ centennial: 100 years in Lyon County, Iowa, 1870-1970.” Eikjen. Årsskrift for Eiken sogelag, 1990, I: 40-44.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Bryn, Steinar. “The Americanization of Norwegian Culture.” University of Minnesota, 1993. 260 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Bryn, Steinar. Norske Amerika-bilete. Om amerikanisering av norsk kultur. Olso, 1992. 128 pp.
The Americanization of Norwegian culture.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

BUCH, L. B. Innvandringen til Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:75-78 (March, 1934).
A survey of Norwegian immigration to Chicago.
Volume 8, 1934

BUCH, LEIF B. Chicago-midvesten og Norge. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:327-329 (October, 1934).
Concerns trade relations and commercial intercourse between Norway and the Middle West, especially Chicago.
Volume 9, 1936

BUCK, S. J. Nelson, Knute (Feb. 2, 1843-Apr. 28, 1923). Dictionary of American biography, 13: 418-419 (1934).
Volume 8, 1934

BUCKLEY, JOAN N. Martha Ostenso: Norwegian-American Immigrant Novelist. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 69-81 (1979).
Her major writings are realistic representations of rural midwestern United States and Canada, where she spent most of her life.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Buenker, John D. and Lorman A. Ratner. Multiculturalism in the United States. New York, 1992.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

BUETOW, AILEEN BERGER. Our Vanguard; a Pioneer Play in Three Acts, with Prologue and Epilogue. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:20-76 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

Buhl, Helga Ostergaard. “The Story of a Pioneer.” Translated by Ela Koch Nielsen. The Bridge, 12, 1: 71-80 (1989).
Reminiscences about Peter Overgaard and Maren Kjestine Nielsen, Danish immigrants who pioneered in South Dakota, as told to Buhl by their son Harald. This appeared in Danish in Kirke og folk in 1956.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

BULL, COATES P. Corn-husking and Sweeping Out. Ramsey County History, 3: 18-21 (Spring, 1966).
Author’s career at the agricultural school of the University of Minnesota, as student and teacher.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BULL, INEZ. Cross Forks Tales. New York, 1970. 60 p.
Stories from Potter County, Pennsylvania, site of Ole Bull’s luckless Oleana settlement of the 1850’s.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

BULL, INEZ. Ole Bull’s Activities in the United States Between 1843 and 1880. Smithtown, New York, 1981. 115 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

BURAAS, ANDERS. De reiste ut. Oslo, 1982. 226 pp.
Essays about seven Norwegians who went to America -- most of them to stay: Agnes Wergeland, Ole Evinrude, Anders Furuseth, Knute Rockne, Harry Irgens Larsen, Hans Christian Heg, and Ole Bull.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BURAAS, ANDERS. Typisk amerikansk. Oslo, 1955.
Impressions and reflections of a Norwegian journalist, made after a nine-month tour of the United States.
Volume 19, 1956

BURKS, EDWARD C. Pioneer Designer of Tunnels Here Bemoans All Those Cars. New York Times, July 19, 1967.
A discussion of Ole Singstad, chief engineer of the Holland Tunnel.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BURNELL, J. B. Elitism or Equality - Future Directions in Immigration Legislation. Social Studies, 60: 20-23 (January, 1969).
Outlines changes in American immigration policy.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BUROKER, ROBERT L. From Voluntary Association to Welfare State: The Illinois Immigrants’ Protective League, 1908-1926. Journal of American History, 58:643-60 (December, 1971).
A discussion of an organization giving aid to immigrants in the state of Illinois during the period indicated.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Burton, William L. Melting Pot Soldiers: The Union’s Ethnic Regiments. Ames, Iowa, 1988. 282 pp.
“Civil War armies mirrored Civil War society.” German, Irish, Scots, French, and Scandinavian regiments are discussed.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

BURZLE, J. ANTHONY, ed. Yearbook of German-American Studies, 18. Lawrence, Kansas, 1983. 295
pp.
Nineteen articles by well-known scholars commemorating the tricentennial of German immigration to the United States; also bibliography of items published on German-Americana in 1982.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

BUSCH, RAGNER. En livskraftig S. av N. losje som greier a holde sin aktivitet hemmelig for resten av det norske Amerika. Nordisk Tidende, February 3, 1966.
Treats the Sons of Norway in Philadelphia.
---------- Gutten tok fjellene med. Nordisk Tidende, November 2, 1967.
Snowshoe Thompson and skiing.
---------- Illuminert monument av Leif Ericson som den store navigator. Nordisk Tidende, August 22, 1968.
About Arnold Tveten and his effort to place a bronze statue of Leif Ericson in the Chicago harbor.
---------- Inez Bull. Oleana-kolonistene et svart kapitel i utvandrersagaen. Nordisk Tidende, January 5, 12, 1967.
Account of Ole Bull’s Oleana.
---------- Riksmål, Landsmål og slagsmål. Nordisk Tidende, March 27, 1969.
Discussion of the language controversy in Norway and among Norwegian Americans.
---------- Ved en bokhylle. Nordisk Tidende, January 16, 1969.
Discussion of causes and effects of immigration.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

BUSCHMANN, AUGUST
August Buschmann traff eventyret i pioner-dager på Alaska-kysten. Western Viking, June 5, 1964.
August Buschmann met adventure in pioneer days on the Alaska coast.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Business. Det norsk-amerikanske handels-kammer feirer 50 år.
Nordisk Tidende (Brooklyn), October 21, 1965.
History of the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Butcher-Younghans, Sherry. The American Swedish Institute: A Living Heritage. Minneapolis, 1989. 87 pp.
Lives of the Swan Turnblad family, the history of the Institute and the mansion which houses it as well as descriptions of the collections.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

BUTLER, PIERCE. James Christian Meinich Hanson. Library quarterly, 4:127-130 (April, 1934).
Volume 8, 1934

BYE, ERIK. Blow, Silver Wind. Minneapolis, 1978. 119 pp.
A Norwegian author, poet, and TV commentator tells in poetry and prose about the hopes and trials of the early immigrants. Postscript by Eric Sevareid, “Letter to a Grandfather I Never Knew.” Illustrated by Karl Erik Harr.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BYE, ERIK. Cleng’s Song. Sons of Norway Viking, 72: 320 (1975).
A poem about Cleng Peerson by a well-known author, entertainer, and TV personality.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

BYE, ERIK. The Road without End. The Norseman, No. 4: 94-95 (1975).
A translation of the poet’s Norwegian poem, “Veien bar ingen ende,” in honor of Cleng Peerson.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

BYE, ERIK. Veien har ingen ende. Oslo, 1976. 109 pp.
A collection of articles about Norwegians in America. Illustrated.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

BYFIELD, ARTHUR F. Ephraim, 1853-1953. Ephraim, Wisconsin, 1953.
A centennial history of a Norwegian Moravian community in Wisconsin.
Volume 19, 1956

Bygdelagene og norskdom. Decorah-Posten, November 18, 1965.
Evaluation of the current position of the bygdelag among Norwegians in America.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Bygdelagenes Fællesraad. Aarbok og julehilsen, 1929. P. L. Slagsvold, ed. Minneapolis, Lund Press
[1929]. 188 p.
The year book and Christmas greeting of the federation of bygdelags, with short sketches of member societies. The volume contains obituaries of N. T. Moen and O. J. Kvale and an article on the origin of the bygdelag movement by A. A. Veblen.
Volume 5, 1930

Byre, Conrad. “Gudbrand Byre. Lomvær i Amerika" Heim og bygd. Lite gåmålt frå Lam, 1990, I: 26-31.
The American experience of Gudbrand Byre from Lom, Oppland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

C

CADBURY, H.J. Impressions of a Norwegian Quaker in 1838. Friends historical association, Bulletin,
18:33-37 (1929).
A letter of 1838 written by Martha Larson to Elias Tasta (Tastad), with notes and comments by Dr. Cadbury. The letter was written in English from Rochester, New York, by the wife of Lars Larson, Quaker, who came to America in the "Restauration" in 1825. Published previously in the American-Scandinavian review for June, 1925, and in Decorah-posten for December 5, 1925.
Volume 8, 1934

CADBURY, HENRY J. Christopher Meidel and the First Norwegian Contacts with Quakerism. Harvard Theological Review, 34: 7-23 (1941).
Most of this story dates before the emigration to America; nevertheless, it concerns the background of some of those who emigrated in 1825.
Volume 12, 1941

CALAMUS, IOWA
One Hundredth Anniversary: Our Savior’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, June 9-11, 1961. 39 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

CALKIN, HOMER L. The Coming of the Foreigners. Palimpsest, 43:145-208 (April, 1962).
Includes an account of Scandinavian settlement in Iowa.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

CAMERON, IAN. Lode Stone and Evening Star: The Epic Voyages of Discovery, 1493 B.C.-1896 A.D. New York, 1966. 288 p.
Contains a chapter on the Norwegian explorations in America. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

CANNON, JENNIE AMELIA VENNERSTROM. Watershed Drama, Battle Lake, Minnesota. Berkeley, California, Privately printed, 1942. 117 p.
This work is partly autobiographical. Chapters have such headings as "Christopher Tangen and Norway," "Lutherans," "Scandinavians Quickly Transformed into Americans." The period covered is the 1860's and 1870's.
Volume 14, 1944

CANUTESON, RICHARD L. The Kendall Settlement Survived. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 243-255 (1977).
Contrary to general opinion, the “Slooper” colony of 1825 did not disintegrate entirely as a result of westward migration after 1834.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

CANUTESON, RICHARD. A Little More Light on the Kendall Settlement. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18:82- 101 (1954).
Volume 19, 1956

Carini, Mario. Milwaukee’s Italians: The Early Years. Milwaukee, 1984. 12 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Carl Ben Eielson. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD), 71 Congress, 2 session, vol. 72, no. 86, p. 6398-
6399 (March 26, 1930).
A biographical sketch and eulogy.
Volume 5, 1930

Carlon, Ann Beatta. “Through my grandmother’s window: historical video tape documentary focusing on Norwegian immigrant women, and research thesis: visual vs. visual-auditory memory retention,” Master’s thesis, Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1993. Videotape plus 35 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

CARLSEN, CLARENCE J. The Years of Our Church. Minneapolis, Free Church Publishing Company, 1942. 221 p.
History of the Lutheran Free Church from 1897 to date.
Volume 14, 1944

CARLSEN, ERLING N. First Lutheran Congregation, Blair, Wisconsin, 1879-1979: An Historical Sketch. Blair, Wisconsin, 1979. 30 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

CARLSON, LAWRENCE O. Something New in Wisconsin. American-Scandinavian Review, 38:234-239 (September, 1950).
Scandinavian area studies at the University of Wisconsin.
Volume 17, 1952

CARLSON, WILLIAM H. Scandinavian Collections in the Libraries of the United States. Scandinavian
Studies and Notes,
15: 217-238 (August, 1939).
Collections in the eastern states include the Fiske Icelandic Collection, the Harvard Scandinavian
Collection, the one at Yale, the Marsh Library of the University of Vermont, the Schofield Memorial Library of the American-Scandinavian Foundation, and the Scandinavian books in the Library of Congress. Institutions in the Middle West having noteworthy Scandinavian collections are the University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Historical Society, the University of North Dakota, Luther College at Decorah, Iowa, Augustana College and Theological Seminary at Rock Island, Illinois, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Illinois, and the John Crerar Library, Chicago. In the Far South, we find one at the University of Texas, and there are some on the Pacific coast.
Volume 11, 1940

CARLSON, WILLIAM H. Some Further Notes on Scandinaviana in the Libraries of the United States. Scandinavian Studies, 16: 291-303 (November, 1941).
Volume 13, 1943

CARLSSON, ERLAND
Emory Lindquist. Shepherd of an Immigrant People: The Story of Erland Carlsson. Rock Island, Illinois, 1978. xi, 236 pp.
The biography of a distinguished Swedish-American religious and educational leader.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Carlsson, Sten. “Three Swedish Expeditions to North America 1642-1649.” Swedish American Genealogist, 8, 1: 1-32 (March, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

CARLSSON, STEN. From Mid-Sweden to the Midwest. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:193-207 (1974).
Migration from Dalarna, Sweden, to the United States and Canada during the period 1850-1930.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

CARLSSON, STEN. John Hanson’s Swedish Background. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 9-17 (1978).
John Hanson (1715(?)-1783) played a prominent part in the Continental Congress, serving for a while as its president.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

CARLSSON, STEN. Scandinavian Politicians in Minnesota around the Turn of the Century. Americana Norvegica, 3:237-71 (1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

CARLSSON, STEN. Skandinaviska politiker i Minnesota 1882-1900: En studie rörande den etniska faktorens roll vid politiska val i en immigrantstat. Uppsala, Sweden, 1970. 58 pp.
The role played by the ethnic factor in Minnesota politics during the period 1882-1900.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

CARLSSON, STEN. Sweden and America after 1860: A Research Project. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 27: 204-2 14 (1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Carlsson, Sten. Swedes in North America, 1638-1988: Technical, Cultural, and Political Achievements. Stockholm, 1988. 136 pp.
“A basic survey of the Swedish presence on this continent since colonial times, emphasizing occupations, institutions, and both group and individual accomplishments.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

CARTFORD, GERHARD M. Music for Youth in an Emerging Church. Norwegian-American Studies, 22: 162-177 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

CARTFORD, GERHARD M. Music in the Norwegian Lutheran Church. 384 p.
The development of choral music, 1825-1917; a manuscript dissertation submitted at the University of Minnesota in 1961 and filed there.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Cartwright, Carol Lohry. “Rock Island: The Personification of Chester H. Thordarson.” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 69, 3: 211-227 (Spring, 1986).
A wealthy Chicago electrical inventor and businessman, born in Iceland, designed and supervised the construction of six unusual stone buildings on his estate on Rock Island, Door county, Wisconsin. His book collection was acquired by the University of Wisconsin after his death and forms part of the library’s history of science collection.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Case, Lois J. Relatively Speaking. Forman, N.D., 1992 or 1993. vii, 88 pp. Norwegian-American genealogy in North Dakota.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

CASO, ADOLPH. They Also Made America Great: Lives of the Italian Americans. Boston, 1978. 175 pp.
CHRISLOCK, CARL H. Ethnicity Challenged: The Upper Midwest Norwegian-American Experience in World War I. Northfield, 1981. 174 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

CASPARI, CARL
Et norsk viking-drama skrevet i Brooklyn. Nordisk Tidende, March 28, 1963.
An engineer, son of Theodor Caspari.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

CASSIDY, FREDRICK G. The Place-Names of Dane County, Wisconsin. Greensboro, N.C., 1947. 251 p.
Volume 16 1950

Cazden, Robert E. A Social History of the German Book Trade in America to the Civil War. Columbia, South Carolina, 1984. 801 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Centennial, Trempealeau Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1857-1957. Taylor, Wisconsin, 1957. 8 p.
Volume 21, 1962

CHAMBERS, CLARK. Immigrasjonen i amerikansk framvokster. Samtiden, 64:524-537.
A discussion of immigration as a factor in the growth of America.
Volume 19, 1956

Chan, Anthony B. Gold Mountain: The Chinese in the New World. Vancouver, British Columbia, 1983. 224 pp.
“Chinese immigrants to Canada had a very harsh life. Canada allowed them to come to build railways and to seek gold in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia. When the railway was built, the country did its best to discourage the Chinese from staying.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Chao, Evelina. Gates of Grace. New York, 1985. 372 pp.
“The theme of the New Land is the theme of America. In Gates of Grace, Evelina Chao gives us a modern, Eastern variation on that theme, showing a Chinese family working its way slowly and painfully into America in San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C., in the 1950s and 1960s.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

CHICAGO NORSKE KLUB. Chicago Norske Klub, 1890-1950. Chicago, Illinois, 1950. 69 p.
The Norwegian Club of Chicago presents this history of its organization.
Volume 17, 1952

Childhood memories of a farm girl. The Friend, 11:2-6, 29-30 (January, 1934).
Typical pioneer farm life.
Volume 8, 1934

CHR. Lidt afholdsprat. Reform, November 10, 17, 1938.
A historical account of the prohibition movement, particularly among the Norwegians in this
country.
Volume 11, 1940

Chrislock, Carl H. “Profile of a Ward Boss: The Political Career of Lars M. Rand.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 35-72 (1986).
Rand, a Norwegian-American Minneapolis politician, was able to advance politically by responding to the divisions, needs, and interests within his constituency, the sixth ward.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

CHRISLOCK, CARL H. Name Change and the Church, 1918- 1920. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 194-223 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

CHRISLOCK, CARL H. The Progressive Era in Minnesota, 1899- 1918. St. Paul, 1971. 242 pp.
Though not directly concerned with the subject of immigration, this book deals extensively with the participation of various ethnic groups (Norwegians, Swedes, Germans) in Minnesota politics.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Chrislock, Carl H. Watchdog of Loyalty. The Minnesota Commission of Public Safety. St. Paul, 1991. 387 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

CHRISTENSEN, BERNHARD. Augsburg Seminary and Luther Seminary Reunite. Luther Theological Seminary Review, 4-14 (May, 1964).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Christensen, Carl Christian Anton. “By Handcart to Utah.” Translated by Richard L. Jensen. Nebraska History, 66, 4: 333-348 (Winter, 1985).
Reminiscences by a Danish immigrant artist who made the trek to Salt Lake City in 1857.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Christensen, Elisabeth Riber and John Pedersen, compilers. Bibliografi over dansk-amerikansk Udvandrerhistorie. Aalborg Denmark, 1986. 243 pp.
A bibliography on Danish emigration from 1840 to 1920 and Danish-American history to 1983.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

CHRISTENSEN, OSCAR A. The Man behind the Plow; a Short History of a Clay County Pioneer, O. A. Christensen of Moorhead, Minnesota. Cross Lake, Minnesota, 1949. 14 p.
Volume 16 1950

CHRISTENSEN, P. S. De skandinaviske aviser i øststatene. Nordisk Tidende, October 24, 1963.
Chronicle of the Norwegian press in the East, written in 1914.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

CHRISTENSEN, T. P. Study of the Kensington Stone. Annals of Iowa, 32:297-301 (April, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

CHRISTENSEN, WILLIAM. Saga of the Tower. Blair, Nebraska, 1959. 242 p.
The history of Dana College and Trinity Seminary through seventy-five years.
Volume 21, 1962

Christenson, Carroll L. Norsk indflydelse i de Forenede Stater. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET,
24: 274-276 (September, 1931).
Norwegian influence in the United States. The influence of Norwegian immigrants and their descendants in American politics, literature, and art, considering especially their contributions in thc Middle West, particularly in Chicago.
Volume 7, 1933

CHRISTENSON, O. K. Erindringer og oplevelser. Hallingen, 148:14-19 (September, 1949).
Recollections of an immigrant of 1883 of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.
Volume 16 1950

CHRISTIANSEN, ALFRED. Scandinavians and the New Zion in the West. American-Scandinavian Review, 60:263-71 (September, 1972).
A discussion of the Scandinavian migration to Utah both from the “old countries” and from settlements in the Middle West.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Christianson, Erik, compiler. Symra Index 1905-1914. [Decorah, Iowa, 19871. 12 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

CHRISTIANSON, J. R. "Scandinavia and the Prairie School: Chicago Landscape Artist Jens Jensen." The Bridge, 5,2:5-18 (1982).
Jens Jensen (1860-1951) came from Denmark to Chicago in 1886 and soon became a leading member of the "Prairie School" as artist, architect, and city planner.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Christianson, J. R. “Early Landscape Mimics European Model.” Luther, 21, 2: 5 (April, 1986); “Luther Campus: monument to prairie school. ”Luther, 21, 3: 7-8 (August, 1986); “Recultivating Luther’s ‘Symbolic Prairies’.” Luther, 22, 1: 10 (January, 1987).
A history of Danish-American Jens Jensen’s landscaping work on the Luther College campus, Decorah, Iowa, with a proposal to restore the original plan and extend it.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Christianson, J. R. “Jens Jensen and the Prairie School Campus of Luther College.” The Palimpsest, 67, 4: 130-140 (July/August, 1988).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Christianson, J. R. “Marcus Lee Hansen Returns to his Roots.” The Bridge’, 10, 1: 67-81 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Christianson, J. R. “Scandinavian Immigrants on a Pluralistic Frontier: Iowa, 1834-1860.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 15-27.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Christianson, J. R. “Scandinavian-Americans" Multiculturalism in the United States, John D. Buenkner and Lorman A. Ratner, eds., New York, 1992, 103-129.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

CHRISTIANSON, J. R. AND BIRGITTE, eds. and trans. The Dream of America. Mankato, Minnesota,
1982.
An adaptation for American readers of seven Danish studies of European emigration. For the individual volumes, see Evold, Bent; Hvidt, Kristian; Koustrup, Søren, Krustrup, Erik V and Skovmand, Sven.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Christianson, J. R. translator and editor. “A Letter of 1852 from Eldorado.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 149-156 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Christianson, J. R., ed. “Clausens on the Move: Chicago, St. Ansgar, Virginia, 1870-1873.” The Bridge, 6,2: 27-41 (1983). Letters throwing light on the work of the famous Danish-born pioneer pastor, Claus Laurits Clausen. Translated by Erik Christianson, J. R. Christianson, and Paul Christianson.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Christianson, J. R., ed. Scandinavians in America: Literary Life. Decorah, Iowa, 1985. 342 pp.
The proceedings of SEMCON II, a conference at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, which focus on the literary life of Scandinavians in America, mainly in the century 1850-1950.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

CHRISTIANSON, JOHN. John Hans fra Hansonville 1848-1926. Decorah-Posten, September 7, 1967.
Early days in Hendricks, Dakota Territory.
---------- Sangforeningen Lurens opprinnelse. Decorah-Posten, April 25, 1968.
Sketch of a singing society in Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

CHRISTLOCK, CARL H. From Fjord to Freeway: 100 Years. Augsburg College. Minneapolis, 1969. 262 p.
Centennial history of a college in Minneapolis founded by Norwegian-American Lutherans.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Christoph, Peter R. A Norwegian family in colonial America. 3rd ed. Salem, Mass.: Higginson Book Co., 1994. 250 pp. The first part was previously published by the Bradt Family Association as ‘Albert Andriessen Bradt, a Norwegian in Rensselaerswyck.’
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

CHRISTOPHERSEN, H. O. Fra fremmed tankeliv: Thorstein Veblen, en tenker i utlendighet. Nordisk tidskrift för vetenskap, konst och industri (Stockholm), 12: 21-34 (1936).
A foreigner's view of Thorstein Veblen.
Volume 9, 1936

CHUBB, THOMAS CALDECOT. The Northmen. Cleveland, 1964. 125 p.
One in a series entitled Major Cultures of the World, this book is intended mainly for young people and includes a description of the Viking voyages to Vinland. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Autumn, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Church. De gråt av glede: Første norske julegudstjeneste i Arizona. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:36 (February, 1964).
A Norwegian Christmas church service and festival in Tucson, Arizona, the first in that state. Henry O. Jaastad was one of the participants.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

CINEL, DEAN. Ethnicity: A Neglected Dimension of American History. The International Migration Review, 3:58-63 (Summer, 1969).
Ethnic consciousness is experiencing a new life.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Cinel, Dino. From Italy to San Francisco: The Immigrant Experience. Stanford, 1982. viii, 347 pp.
". . . . much more than a history of Italians in a single city. His analysis of immigrant origins will be of great value for all immigration scholars and is a contribution to Italian social history.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Circles of Tradition: Folk Arts in Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1989. 164 pp.
Essays by Willard B. Moore, Marion J. Nelson, Colleen J. Sheey, Thomas Vennum, Jr., Johannes Riedel and M. Catherine Daly. 120 black and white photographs, 24 color photographs, and lists of folk arts and artists.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

CLANCY, C. S. The Saga of Leif Ericsson. New York, 1956. 223 p.
A fictionalized biography of the saga hero.
Volume 20, 1959

Clark, Dennis. Hibernia America: The Irish and Regional Cultures. Westport, Connecticut, 1986. xix, 213 pp.
“A major contribution to Irish-American and ethnic historiography. Clark is primarily concerned with how the Irish adapted to America and how the American experience influenced their character.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

CLARK, DENNIS. The Irish in Philadelphia: Ten Generations of Urban Experience. Philadelphia, 1973. 246 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Clark, Dennis. The Irish Relations: Trials of an Immigrant Tradition. Rutherford, New Jersey, 1982. 225 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Clark, J. M. Thorstein Bundy Veblen, 1857-1929. AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, 19:742-745
(December, 1929).
A short biographical sketch and an estimation of Veblen as an economist.
Volume 5, 1930

CLARK, WILLIAM. Japanese Turn to Brad Foote in Cicero for Gears. Vinland, February 8, 1968.
Success story of Chicago’s Brad Foote Gear Works, Incorporated, and its president, Gunnar E. Gunderson.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

CLAUSEN, A. C. Leif Erikson's discovery of America. Spokane, Washington, The Swedish press, 1933.
16 p.
This pamphlet was produced by Spokane lodge, no. l2, Scandinavian fraternity of America.
Volume 10, 1938

CLAUSEN, C. A. "Some Recent Publications." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:359-378 (1983).
A compilation of books and articles published largely during the years 1978-1982 dealing with immigration history.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Clausen, C. A. “Some Recent Publications.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31:305-316 (1986).
A listing of books and articles, published largely during the years 1982-1985, dealing with immigration history.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Clausen, C. A. “Some Recent Publications.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 293-310 (1985).
A listing of books and articles, published largely during the years 1982-1984, dealing with immigration history.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A. An Immigrant Shipload of 1840. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:54-77 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

CLAUSEN, C. A. AND HVANSTAD, PER, eds, and trs. The Letters of Mons H. Grinager: Pioneer and Soldier. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:29-77 (1970).
The experiences of a young American immigrant from the time of his arrival in America in 1853 until ten years later, when he is a captain in the Union army.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A. Life in the Klondike and Alaska Gold Fields; Letters Translated and Edited by C. A. Clausen. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 16:120-160 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

CLAUSEN, C. A. Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 324-341 (1979).
A compilation of books and articles published largely during the years 1975-1978 dealing with immigrant history.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A. Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:242-252 (1974).
A bibliography of books and articles of interest to readers of Norwegian-American Studies and other students of immigrant history.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A. Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 280-297 (1977).
Bibliography of recent books and articles dealing with immigrant history.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A., comp. Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-American History, XVI. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:213-226 (1959).
---------- tr. and ed. A Texas Manifesto: A Letter from Mrs. Elise Wærenskjold. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:32-45 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

CLAUSEN, C. A., ed. The Lady with the Pen: Elise Wærenskjold in Texas. Northfield, 1961. 183 p.
These sixty-two letters, translated from the Norwegian, cover the period 1851-95. Reviewed in Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, April, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

CLAUSEN, C. A., tr. and ed. The Fraser River gold rush; an immigrant letter of 1858. Norwegian-
American studies and records,
7: 47-52 (1933).
Volume 8, 1934

CLAUSEN, C. A., tr. and ed. The Gasmann Brothers Write Home. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:71-107 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

CLAUSEN, C. A., trans. A Chronicler of Immigrant Life: Svein Nilsson’s Articles in Billed-Magazin, 1868-1870. North-field, 1982. 171 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

CLAUSEN, C. A., trans. and ed. A Norwegian Schoolmaster Looks at America; an America Letter. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:75-91 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

CLAUSEN, C. A., transl, and ed. Recollections of a Norwegian Pioneer in Texas. Norwegian-American Studies and Records l2: 91-104 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

CLAUSEN, C.A., and JOHNSON, DERWOOD. Norwegian Soldiers in the Confederate Forces. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:105- 41 (1972).
A collection of letters written by Norwegian soldiers serving in various Texas regiments during the “War between the States.”
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A. Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-American History. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:189-198 (1956).
---------- The Trials of an Immigrant: The Journal of Ole K. Trovatten. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19 :142- 159 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A., trans, and ed. An Immigrant's Advice on America: Some Letters of Søren Bache. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:77-84 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A., trans, and ed. Pioneer town building in the West, an America letter written by Frithjof Meidell at Springfield, Illinois, in 1855. Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:45-53 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

CLAUSEN, OTTO. Det norske Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26: 142-146 (May, 1933).
Norwegian-Americans in Chicago, their activities, and an enumeration of institutions established by them.
---------- Vi i Cary. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:10-12 (January, 1934).
A summer colony of Norwegian-Americans of Chicago at Cary, Illinois, on the Fox River.
Volume 8, 1934

CLAUSEN, OTTO. Norske ingeniører i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 29:215-217 (July, 1936).
Norwegian engineers in America, principally Chicago and New York.
Volume 10, 1938 (article)

CLENG PEERSON HONORED. The Norseman, No. 3: 78-79 (1975).
150th emigration anniversary observation in Oslo, Tysvær, and Texas.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Cleven, Harry T. “A. B. Wilse: Immigrant With a Camera.” The Norseman, 26, 3: 19 (July, 1986).
Anders Beers Wilse (1865-1949) of Flekkefjord learned the photography trade in the United States between 1884 and 1900 and returned to Norway to become a successful photographer.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Cleven, Harry T. “The Fifteenth Wisconsin Regiment in the American Civil War.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 75-83.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

CLEVEN, HARRY T. Fra Gaupne til Grantsburg. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72: 135-136 (1979).
Knut Norenberg, immigrant from Gaupne, Sogn, became a successful business man in Grantsburg, Wisconsin.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

CLIFTON, TEXAS
Memoirs of the Rev. John Knudson Rystad: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. 1967. 24 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

COAN, OTIS W. AND LILLARD, RICHARD G. America in Fiction: An Annotated List of Novels That Interpret Aspects of Life in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Palo Alto, California, 1967. Fifth edition. 232 p.
The list includes O. E. Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth, Their Fathers’ God, Peder Victorious, and Boat of Longing.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Cogill, Burgess. When God Was an Atheist Sailor: Memories of a Childhood at Sea. 1902-1910. New York, 1990. 190 pp.
“A Denmark-born naturalized American, A. H. Sorensen, captained sailing ships out of San Francisco for a quarter of a century.” His family accompanied him on many of the voyages. This memoir is by his eldest daughter.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

COLBO, ELLA STRATTON, comp. Historic Heg Memorial Park; Photographic Views and Brief Historical Sketches of the Outstanding Points of Interest in and about Heg Memorial Park, Racine County, Wisconsin. [Waterford, Wisconsin, printed by M. J. Chapman, the Waterford Post, 1940.] 85 p.
Volume 12, 1941

COLE, WAYNE S. Senator Gerald P. Nye and American Foreign Relations. Minneapolis, 1962. 293 p.
A study of American isolationism. Reviewed in Mississippi Valley Historical Review, June, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Cole, Wayne W. Norway and the United States, 1905-1955: Two Democracies in Peace and War. Ames, Iowa, 1989. 221 pp.
“Designed to be a brief overview and introduction to this aspect of American foreign relations, the book is centered on the changes wrought in the two countries by two world wars and the beginnings of the Cold War. Three appendixes list the various heads of state and ambassadors between the two countries for the period, which began with Norway’s separation from Sweden.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Coleman, Anne Gilbert. “Culture, Landscape, and the Making of the Colorado Ski Industry,” Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, 1996. 378 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

COLEMAN, TERRY. Going to America. New York, 1972. 317 pp.
Discussion of immigrant passage between English and North American ports during the years 1846-1855.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

COLFAX, WISCONSIN
Centennial Festival, Holden Lutheran Congregation, June 13-14, 1964. 18 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregation)

COLLIN, TORBORG. - Og grave guld til dig. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68: 182-185 (1975).
The experiences of Axel Jørgensen Ulvøsund as gold-digger during the 1850s in California, British Columbia, and Australia.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

COMMAGER, HENRY STEELE, ed. Immigration and American History: Essays in Honor of Theodore C. Blegen. Minneapolis, 1961. 166 p.
Contributors include Henry Steele Commager, Oscar Handlin, Ingrid Semmingsen, Philip D. Jordan, John T. Flanagan, Carlton C. Qualey, Henry A. Pochmann, Franklin D. Scott, Colman J. Barry, and Theodore C. Blegen.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Comstock Lutheran E.L.C.A. church history, 1895-1995. Comstock, Minn.: The Church,124 pp.: ill. Includes Comstock Evangelical Lutheran Congregation history written by Herman Muus and Axel Rustad in 1930 and the 50th anniversary book for the Clara Lutheran Church in 1947.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

CONE, CARL B. Ole Bull and the Fire. Palimpsest, 2:154-160 (May, 1943).
The fire occurred at the Clinton House in Iowa City, Iowa, in 1872.
Volume 14, 1944

Connors, Faith Cottrell Raymond, et al. Flavors of the fjords: Norwegian holiday cookbook. Crofton, Md: BelleAire Press [1995]. 318 pp.; ill. Includes a history of the authors’ families from 15th-century Norway to their lives in Newport, Rhode Island.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

CONRAD, JOHN. Fra mine reiser i Alaska. Nord-norge, 156: 17- 20, 157:21-24, 158:40-44 (June, September, December, 1955).
An account of recent travels in Alaska.
Volume 19, 1956

CONTACT ACROSS THE SEAS. The Norseman, No. 3: 63-67 (1977).
“The widening scope and colorful services of The Norseman Federation (Nordmanns-Forbundet) through seven decades.”
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

CONZEN, KATHLEEN NEILS. Immigrant Milwaukee, 1836- 1866: Accommodation and Community in a Frontier City. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1976. 300 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

COOMBS, NORMAN. The Black Experience in America. Boston, 1972. 250 pp.
A comprehensive and sympathetic treatment of the Negro in America from colonial times to the present: his efforts at self-improvement and his struggle for civil rights; his achievements in music, literature, and art. A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series issued by Twayne Publishers, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

COPPA, FRANK J. AND CURRAN, THOMAS J. The Immigrant Experience in American Life. Boston, 1976. 232 pp.
Contains a chapter by Kenneth O. Bjork on the Norwegians.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

CORBETT, ELIZABETH. Sagaman of Wisconsin: Julius Emil Olson. American-Scandinavian Review, 41: 338-342 (Winter, 1953).
Volume 19, 1956

COX, ARCHIBALD. The Warren Court: Constitutional Decision as an Instrument of Reform. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968. 144 p.
Reviewed in Journal of American History, December, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

COX, GRETE. California-skandinaviske Hate. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 75: 122-125 (1980).
An account of the colorful Scandinavian skippers who dared touch at the most dangerous points along the coast of California.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

CREESE, JAMES. Hanna Astrup Larsen. American-Scandinavian Review, 36:111-118 (June, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

CROW, WILLIAM L. Rasmus Bjørn Anderson. In William L. Crow, Wisconsin Lives of National
Interest; Sketches of Some Prominent People Identified with the History of the Badger State,
158-160. Appleton, Wisconsin, C. C. Nelson Publishing Co., 1937. 199 p.
Volume 11, 1940

CULTER, CARL C. Queens of the Western Ocean. Annapolis, 1961. 673 p.
History of the American sailing packet. Reviewed in Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, January, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

CURTI, MERLE. The Making of an American Community: A Case Study of Democracy in a Frontier County. Stanford, California, 1959. 483p.
The community studied is Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, settled in part by Norwegians.
Volume 21, 1962

CUSTER, FRANK. Across the Years of the Capital Times. Capital Times (Madison) ,December 13, 1965.
A survey of the principles and struggles of the newspaper and its editor, William T. Evjue.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

CUSTER, FRANK. Syttende Mai Was Greatest Ever; Ole Bull Concert Topped Fete. Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin), May 17, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

D

D’AULAIRE, INGRI. Leif the Lucky, by Ingri and Edgar Parin D’Aulaire. New York, 1951. 54p.
A short, popular account.
Volume 18, 1954

DAASVAND, SIGURD, ed. Nordisk Tidende, October 9, 1975.
A sesquicentennial souvenir edition (100 pages) of one of the leading Norwegian-American newspapers. It contains numerous articles, letters, and illustrations dealing with Norwegian migration to America and the life of the Norwegian Americans during the past 150 years.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Dagman, Stieg-Erland. “Gustaf Mellberg-From Swedish Academician to American Farmer.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 3:161-169 (December, 1983).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

DAHL, A. E. Banker Dahl of South Dakota. Rapid City, South Dakota, 1965. 277 p.
An autobiography.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

DAHL, BORGHILD. A Minnetonka Summer. New York, 1960. 125 p.
The story of a Norwegian family in Minnesota. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, September, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

DAHL, BORGHILD. Finding My Way. New York, 1962. 121 p.
A companion
Volume to the author’s I Wanted to See.
---------- This Precious Year.
New York, 1964. 159 p.
Novel about a Norwegian-American girl in South Dakota during the 1930’s. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

DAHL, BORGHILD. Good News. New York, 1966. 160 p.
The story of a journalistic project, conducted by Marit Ellestad and her Negro college classmate, in a Midwestern town in the 1920’s. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1968.
---------- Rikk of the Rendal Clan. New York, 1968. 64 p.
A troll story for children. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Winter, 1968-1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

DAHL, BORGHILD. Homecoming. New York, 1953. 251 p.
An account of the efforts of a young Norwegian-American girl to disassociate herself from the customs and traditions of the Old World and to accept and adopt the way of life of the New World. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review (Summer, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

DAHL, BORGHILD. I Wanted to See. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1944. 210 p.
Autobiography of a Minneapolis resident.
Volume 14, 1944

DAHL, BORGHILD. My Window on America. New York, 1970. 64 p.
A popular Norwegian-American author writes in praise of the United States.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

DAHL, BORGHILD. Stowaway to America. New York, 1959. 192 p.
The story of a Norwegian girl who was a passenger on the «Restoration»; fiction.
Volume 21, 1962

Dahl, Henry J. The saga of a homesteader’s kid. Watford City, N.D.: [The Author], 1998. 82 pp.: ill. About frontier and pioneer life in McKenzie County, N.D.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

DAHL, ODDVAR. Han har satt sitt preg på Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:90 (April, 1958).
A sketch of the Norwegian-American architect, Sigurd E. Næss of Chicago.
Volume 20, 1959

Dahle, Gudrun. “Litt om utvandringi frå Ølve til Amerika." Kvinnhersminne. Årbok for Kvinnherad, 1992, I: 61-68.
Emigration from Ølve, Hordaland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

DAHLE, REGINE. A Recollection from the 1890’s. Minnesota Posten (Minneapolis), June 4, 11, 1964. Translated by Astrid Dahle Awes.
A sketch of pioneer life in northern Minnesota, written by the wife of Pastor Ole Dahle.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Dahlgren, Stellan and Hans Norman. The Rise and Fall of New Sweden: Governor Johan Risingh’s Journal 1654-1655 In Its Historical Context. Stockholm, 1988. 303 pp.
Published as Vol. 27 of the series “Acta Bibliothecae R. Universitatis Upsaliensis.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

DAHLIE, JORGEN. “A Social History of Scandinavian Immigrants, Washington State, 1895-1910.” Pullman, Washington, 1968.
An unpublished doctoral thesis at Washington State University.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Dahlie, Jørgen. “From Kongsberg to the Pacific Northwest: Norwegian Immigrants and the Development of Skiing, 1920-1950.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 9-18.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

DAHLIE, JORGEN. Old World Paths in the New. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 61:65-71 (April, 1970).
Scandinavian immigrants to the state of Washington found a familiar environment on the farms, in the forests, and on the sea.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

DAHLIE, JORGEN. The Feilberg Letters: A Danish Family’s Reflections on Canadian Prairie Life. The Bridge, 2: 59-70 (1979), and 3: 71-88 (1980).
The letters were sent from Nokomis, Saskatchewan, between January 14, 1911, and February 3, 1914.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

DAHLLÖF, TELL G. I utvandrarnas spår. Stockholm, 1975. 110 pp.
In the Footsteps of the Emigrants is a book dealing with all aspects of Swedish-American life. It is designed as a guide for study circles.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Dahly, E. J. Valdreser i Cass County, Minnesota. SAMBAND, 7:128--150; 8: 16-18, 59
(December, 1931, March, June, 1932).
A number of immigrants from Valders, Norway, are here given biographical treatment.
Volume 7, 1933

DAHLY, E. J. Valdreser i Cass County, Minnesota. Samband, 8: 96-97 (September, 1932).
Biographical sketches of individuals in Cass County, Minnesota, who are of Valders origin; a series continued from earlier numbers.
Volume 8, 1934

Damm, Jens and Anette, and Stig Thornsohn, eds. The Dream of America. Translated by Hanne Ejsing Jørgensen and Daniel McCarthy. Viborg, Denmark, 1986. 140 pp.
The exhibit by this name about Danish-American life was the inspiration and basis for this book of seventeen essays.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Daniels, Roger, Sandra C. Taylor, and Harry H. L. Kitano, eds. Japanese Americans: From Relocation to Redress. Salt Lake City, 1986. 216 pp.
Some thirty essays on Japanese Americans, ‘focusing on their wartime relocation.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Daniels, Roger. “Japanese America, 1930-1941: An Ethnic Community in the Great Depression.” Journal of the West, 24, 4: 35-49 (October, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Danielsen, Jens Bjerre. “Ethnic Identity, Nationalism and Scandinaviamsm in the Scandinavian Immigrant Socialist Press in the U.S.” The Bridge, 13, 2: 58-90 (1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

DAVENPORT, STEPHEN A. The Delicate Seed of Understanding. Norseman, no. 2, p. 21 (1962).
The Oslo International Summer School.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

DAVID, JOHN L. The Danish Texans. San Antonio, 1979. 122 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

DAVIDSON, JAMES O.
Roald Steen. Sogningen som ble Wisconsins guvernør. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 140-141(1981).
James O. Davidson emigrated from Sogn, Norway, in 1872, when he was eighteen years old, and served as governor of Wisconsin, 1906-1911.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

DAVIS, ELEANOR H. and CARL. Norwegian Labor in Hawaii: The Norse Immigrants. Honolulu, 1962. 39 p.
Early life on the sugar plantations.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

DAVIS, JOHN L. The Danish Texans. San Antonio, 1979. 122 pp.
A volume in the series of studies concerning ethnic groups in Texas published by the University
of Texas Institute of Texan Culture.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DAVIS, KENNETH S. The Hero: Charles A. Lindbergh and the American Dream. Garden City, New York, 1959. 527 p.
An interpretive biography.
Volume 21, 1962

DAVIS, LAWRENCE. Immigrants, Baptists, and the Protestant Mind in America. Urbana, Illinois, 1973. 230 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

DAVIS, R. B. American Studies in Norway. American-Scandinavian Review, 44:348-353 (Winter, 1956).
Volume 20, 1959

DE JONG, GERALD FRANCIS. The Dutch in America, 1609- 1974. Boston, 1975. 326 pp.
Traces the history of Dutch Americans, discussing why each wave of immigrants came, where they settled, their way of life, and their contributions to American development. A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series issued by Twayne Publishers, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

DE PILLIS, MARIO S. Cleng Peerson and the Communitarian Background of Norwegian Immigration. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:136-157 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (Article)

DE PILLIS, MARIO S. Still More Light on the Kendall Colony: A Unique Slooper Letter. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:24-31 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

De syngende nordmenn i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:235 (October, 1960).
The major activities of the Normennenes Sangforening through ninety years.
Volume 21, 1962

DE VRIES, CHARLES. Eielsen Synod Passing from Scene. Lutheran Ambassador, 5-7 (March 23, 1965).
The synod now has three pastors and fewer than five hundred members.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

DEBLANC, SVEN. Samuels döttrar. Stockholm, 1982. 335 pp.
"For those particularly interested in emigration and immigration, Samuels döttrar is far more
than an absorbing story about believable human beings. It will help explain situations at home in Sweden that led to emigration, and it presents not only what the emigrant left but what she came to, in this instance Manitoba.''
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DEEN, TILLA REGINA DAHL,. Chronicles of a Minnesota Pioneer Minneapolis, 1949. 16 p.
This sketch also appeared in the Cottonwood Current (Windom, Minnesota), August 19, 1949, and following issues; it comprises the recollections of a frontier teacher of the seventies.
Volume 16 1950

DEHLIN, HAROLD STENE. Vår mann ved Yale. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 69-71(1976).
Interview with a Norwegian-born professor of theology at Yale University: Nils Astrup Dahl.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

DEKKE, ANNANIAS
Johan Waage. Emigrantfartens skarpseilere. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63:239-240 (December, 1970).
The story of a Norwegian shipbuilder, who helped revolutionize emigrant transportation with his full-rigged ships.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

DELL RAPIDS, S.D. DELL RAPIDS LUTHERAN CHURCH. Diamond Jubilee, Dell Rapids Lutheran
Church, Dell Rapids, S.D., September 22 and 25, 1874-1949.
n.p., 1949. 9 p.
Volume 16 1950

Den atlantiske rune-krigen. Verdens Gang, March 26, 1968.
Aslak Liestøl and O. G. Landsverk debate the authenticity of the Kensington runestone.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Den Første utvandreren. En uheldig gullgraver fra Oppdal.” Bøgda vår. Oppdal historielag, 1991, I: 42.
The first emigrant: an unlucky golddigger from Oppdal.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

DENNIS, CHARLES H. Victor Lawson, his time and work. Chicago, Illinois, The University of Chicago press, [1935]. 471 p.
A scholarly biography of Victor F. Lawson (1850-1925), proprietor of the Chicago daily news. Lawson was the son of Iver and Melinda Lawson (Larson), his father having been born in Norway and his mother in Illinois. The elder Lawson was an influential citizen in Chicago, a real-estate dealer, and for a time part owner of Skandinaven.
Volume 9, 1936

DENNISON, MINNESOTA
Vang’s Vision and Victory: A Century of Christian Witness, 1862-1962. 30 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

Detjen, David W. The Germans in Missouri, 1900-1918: Prohibition, Neutrality, and Assimilation. Columbia, Missouri, 1984. 244 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

DICKERSON, INGA HANSEN. Trina. New York, 1956. 204 p.
The story of a Danish couple who came to the United States in 1872 and experienced the hardships of immigrant life in New York and Chicago and on the plains of Dakota Territory.
Volume 20, 1959

Dictionary of Wisconsin Biography. Madison, 1960. 385 p.
Included in this roster of prominent Wisconsin citizens are several Norwegian Americans.
Volume 21, 1962

Did Norsemen Explore the Great Lakes Region Centuries before Columbus “Discovered” the New World? Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:283 (October, 1966).
Eber Russell, Chautauqua, New York, claims to have evidence to prove early Norse visits.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Dieserud, Juul. "Skandinavia" ikke "Nordlyset" var det første norsk-danske blad i Amerika. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 22:14-17 (January, 1929).
The author contends that Skandinavia and not Nordlyset was the first Norwegian-Danish paper in America.
Volume 5, 1930

DIESERUD, JUUL. Norsk-amerikanske politikere. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 30:5-8 (January, 1937).
This article on Norwegian-American politicians mentions particularly Peter Norbeck, Henrik Shipstead, Thomas R. Amlie, Paul J. Kvale, Harold Knutson, August H. Andresen, Fredrik Biermann, and Knute Hill.
Volume 10, 1938 (article)

DIESETH, JOHN. The Life and Times of John Dieseth. Decorah, Iowa, 1974. Illustrated, privately printed. 247 pp.
The Norwegian boyhood and immigrant experiences of a road builder.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

DIESON-HEGLAND, GEORGINA. As It Was in the Beginning. Northfield, Minnesota, 1950. 163 p.
St. Olaf College in early days.
Volume 17, 1952

DIGGINS, JOHN P. The Bard of Savagery: Thorstein Veblen and Modern Social Theory. New York, 1978. xiii, 257 pp.
Thorstein Veblen was the son of Norwegian immigrant parents.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

DIMONT, MAX I. The Jews in America: The Roots, History and Destiny of American Jews. New York, 1978. 286 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

DINER, HASIA R. Erin's Daughters in America. Baltimore, 1983. xvi, 185 pp.
A history of Irish immigrant women in the nineteenth century.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DINNERSTEIN, L., and JAKER, F. C. The Aliens: A History of Ethnic Minorities in America. New York, 1970. 347 pp.
Included is an essay by the late George M. Stephenson on the Scandinavians in the United States.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

DINNERSTEIN, LEONARD AND JAHER, FR. COPLE. Uncertain Americans: Readings in Ethnic History. New York, 1977. 336 pp.
Articles on various ethnic groups explore their history from colonial times to the present.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

DINNERSTEIN, LEONARD and REIMER, DAVID M. Ethnic Americans: A History of Immigration and Assimilation. New York, 1977. xv, 184 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

DINNERSTEIN, LEONARD and REIMERS, DAVID M. Ethnic Americans: A History of Immigration and Assimilation. New York, 1975. 184 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

DINNERSTEIN, LEONARD et al. Natives and Strangers: Ethnic Groups and the Building of America. New York, 1977. xiv, 333 pp.
. . . . the volume’s ten chapters concentrate primarily on the experiences of blacks, Indians, and immigrants.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Directory of Scandinavian Studies in North America. Edited by Robert B. Kvavik, Faith Ingwersen, Niels Ingwersen, and John Logue. Madison, Wisconsin, 1989. 280 pp.
Published for the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study. “Lists over 500 individuals in North America engaged in teaching and research on Scandinavia.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

DITHMER-VANBERG, EVA. Knut Rockne fra Voss. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:283-286 (December, 1957).
An article about the famous football coach.
---------- Sæbjørn Buttedahl-en allsidig norsk kunstner i California. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 :40 (February, 1958).
A Norwegian artist in California.
Volume 20, 1959

DITTMAN, REIDAR. Rølvaag Memorial Library-amerikansk bibliotek med beundringsverdig samling av norsk litteratur. Bok og bibliotek, 18:214-217 (October, 1951).
Volume 18, 1954

Dittmann, Chrisma S., compiler. Norwegian-American Imprints in the St. Olaf College Library. Northfield, Minnesota, 1986. 122 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

DITTMANN, ERLING. Norsk spraak er igjen blitt populært i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, January 13, 1966.
Gives evidence of a revival of interest in the Norwegian language in the United States.
---------- “Profeten” fra Fjotland tenner norske lys i USA. Stavanger Aftenblad, February 10, 1966.
An appreciation of Dr. Theodore Jorgenson’s contribution to the study of Norwegian literature in America.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

DITTMANN, ERLING. The Immigrant Mind: A Study of Rølvaag. Christian Liberty, 1:7-47 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

Djupedal, Knut, et al., eds. Norwegian-American Essays. Oslo, 1993. 142 pp. Essays from the fourth Norwegian-American Studies Seminar of the Norwegian-American Historical Association chapter in Norway, Voss, August 12-15, 1992. Dedicated to Lloyd Hustvedt.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Djupedal, Knut. “Report on the Returned Emigrant Project.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 189-199.
The project to interview emigrants who returned to Norway reveals their effect on Norwegian culture.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Djupedal, Knut. “Returned Emigrants in Rogaland.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 38-48.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

DJUPEDAL, REIDAR. Vinje og Amerika. Syn og segn, vol. 64, nos. 9-10, p.427-438 (1958).
A discussion of the Norwegian poet Vinje’s plans to go to America.
Volume 20, 1959

DOANE, GILBERT H. Searching for Your Ancestors: The How and Why of Genealogy. Minneapolis, 1960. 198 p.
One chapter offers suggestions on searching in Norway and Sweden.
Volume 21, 1962

DODGE CENTER, MINNESOTA
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary: Faith Lutheran Church. 1968. 11 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

DOE, AUSTEN, SR. Vinland Map and Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Vinland (Chicago), February 17, 1966.
A discussion of the date of the Yale Vinland map.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Døhl, Gørild. “A Little Norway in the State of Washington.” The Norseman, 29: 2: 10-13 (March, 1989).
Pacific Lutheran University is described.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

DOKKEN, LABS OLSEN. "Borgerkrigen Brevene." Hallingen, March, 1982, 16-20.
Two Civil War letters. Other Civil War letters by Dokken appear in Hallingen, December, 1982, and March, 1983.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

DOLVEN, O. E. First Lutheran Church in North Dakota. The Friend, 25:6 f. (April, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

DORFMAN, JOSEPH. Source and Impact of Veblen. American Economic Review, 48:1-10 (May, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

DORFMAN, JOSEPH. The "satire" of Thorstein Veblen's "Theory of the leisure class." Political science quarterly, 47:363-409 (1932).
Volume 8, 1934

DORFMAN, JOSEPH. Thorstein Veblen and his America. New York, The Viking press, 1934. 556 p.
Chapters 1 and 2 of this important volume give the backgrounds of the Veblen family, its Norwegian setting, the emigration to America in 1847, early pioneering in Wisconsin, and later pioneering in Rice County, Minnesota, and more in detail Thorstein Veblen's education and his reaction to his environment.
Volume 9, 1936

Dørum, Hallvard. “Einar Haugen. Amerikaner, nordmann og oppdaling.” Bøgda vår. Årsskrift for lokalhistorie, 1985, 4-17.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

DOSEY, HERBERT WALTER. The Brig Sleipner. Inland Seas, 20:215- 226 (Fall, 1964).
Account of the 1862 voyage from Bergen to Chicago, and the plaque dedication in 1962.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Douglas, Lee V. A select bibliography of works at the Library of Congress on Norwegian-American immigration and local history. Washington D.C.: Library of Congress, 1997. (Research guides / Library of Congress, Local History and Genealogy Team; no.29).
Volume 35, 2000 (reference)

DOWD, DOUGLAS F. Thorstein Veblen. New York, 1966. 205 p.
A
Volume in the Great American Thinkers series. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

DOWIE, J. IVERNE AND TREDWAY, J. THOMAS, eds. The Immigration of ideas in the North Atlantic Community. Rock Island, Illinois, 1968. 214 p.
Includes an essay by Theodore C. Blegen about O. E. Hagen and the Kensington runestone. Reviewed in Journal of American History, December, 1968, Scandinavian Studies, February, 1969, and American Historical Review, December, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

DOWIE, JAMES IVERNE, and ESPELIE, ERNEST M., ed. The Swedish Immigrant Community in Transition: Essays in Honor of Dr. Conrad Bergendoff. Rock Island, 1963. 246 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

DOWIE, JAMES IVERNE. Prairie Grass Dividing. Rock Island, Illinois, 1959. 262 p.
Swedish settlements in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska. 212]
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

DR. J. A. Aasgaard 80 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:101 (May, 1956).
A biographical sketch of the famous Norwegian-American church leader.
Volume 20, 1959

DRACHE, HIRAM M. The Challenge of the Prairie: Life and Times of Red River Pioneers. Fargo, North Dakota, 1970. xiii, 360 pp.
An economic and social history of the pioneers who settled in the Red River Valley of Dakota and Minnesota.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

DRAKE, FRANCIS. Bernt Balchen, Viking of the Air, by Francis and Katherine Drake. Reader’s Digest, 32:35-39 (January, 1953).
Volume 18, 1954

Draxten, Nina. “Laurits Stavnheim.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 82, 12: 434-435, 456 (December, 1985).
A biographical sketch of one of the early officers of the Sons of Norway in Minneapolis.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

DRAXTEN, NINA. Kristofer Janson in America. Boston, 1976. xii, 401 pp.
The third
Volume in the Norwegian-American Historical Association’s Authors Series.It describes the labors of a Norwegian writer, Unitarian minister and lecturer among the Norwegian Americans of the Middle West during the 1880s and early 1890s.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

DRAXTEN, NINA. Kristofer Janson’s Beginning Ministry. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 126-174 (1967).
Early Beginnings of the Society. Scandinavian American Fraternity, Journal (Eau Claire, Wisconsin), September, October, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

DRAXTEN, NINA. Kristofer Janson’s Lecture Tour, 1879-80. Norwegian-American Studies, 22: 18-74 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Draxten, Nina. The Testing of M. Falk Gjertsen. Northfield, Minnesota, 1988. 134 pp.
The involvement of a Minneapolis Lutheran minister in a sexual scandal which threatened to destroy his career. Published as volume four in the Topical Studies series by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

DREWSEN, GUDRUN L. Man minnes mangt. Oslo, Forlagt av H. Aschehoug & co. (W. Nygaard),
1937. 246 p.
A varied life in Norway and America, colored with considerable public activity, including suffrage activities; the American period begins in 1894.
Volume 10, 1938

DROTNING, PHIL. Norway in Wisconsin. American-Scandinavian Review, 38:149--154 (June, 1950).
Reprinted with special permission of the Saturday Evening Post, where it appeared, 217:26 (May 12, 1945) as “Valley of the Elves.” The location is Dane County.
Volume 17, 1952

DROTNING, PHIL. Valley of the Elves. Saturday Evening Post, 217:26 f. (May 12, 1945).
Volume 15, 1949

Dublin, Peter. I was a teenage Norwegian. Catskill, N.Y.: Press-Tige, 1997. 358 pp.: ill. Norwegian culture and language as experienced by an American teenager who spent a year in Tromsø in 1960-1961.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

DUDDY, E. A. Lawson, Victor Freemont (Sept. 9, 1850-Aug. 19, 1925). Dictionary of American
Biography,
11:60-61 (1933).
Lawson, the publisher of the Chicago Daily News, was born in Chicago, the son of Iver and Melinda (Nordvig) Lawson.
Volume 8, 1934

DUNAE, P. A. Gentleman Emigrants: From the British Public Schools to the Canadian Frontier. Vancouver, 1981. 276 pp.
"It makes a signal contribution to our knowledge of certain English influences which students of the nation have always assumed to be central to the Canadian experience."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DUNLEVY, J. A. AND GEMERY, H. A. Some Additional Evidence on Settlement Patterns of Scandinavian Migrants to the United States. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 24: 143-152 (1976).
A supplement to an article by R. K. Vedder and L. E. Gallaway entitled “The Settlement Preferences of Scandinavian Emigrants to the United States, 1850-1960,” which appeared in Scandinavian Economic History Review, 18: 159-176 (1970).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

DURIEUX, MARCEL. Ordinary Heroes: The Journal of a French Settler in Alberta. Edmonton,
Alberta, 1980. xviii, 115 pp.
"The 'ordinary heroes' of this journal are the members of the Charles Durieux family who homesteaded near Stettler, Alberta, in 1906."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DURNBAUGH, DONALD F. The Brethren Encyclopedia. Philadelphia, 1983.2 vols., 1402 pp.
Information on those religious bodies that trace their origin to the Brethren movement which
began in Germany in 1708 and includes the various Brethren, Dunkard, and Old German Baptist churches in the United States.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

DURUM, WALTER AND DIANN. Norske antikviteter i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 44-47 (1976).
Norwegian antiques in the United States.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

DUUS, OLAUS FREDRIK. Frontier Parsonage; the Letters of Olaus Fredrik Duus, Norwegian Pastor in Wisconsin, 1855-1858. Translated by the Verdandi Study Club of Minneapolis and edited by Theodore C. Blegen. Northfield, 1947. 120 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 29:160 (June, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

DVERGSDAL, LEIV H. "Emigration from Sunnfjord to America Prior to 1885." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:127-158 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

DYBVIG, PHILIP, S., and HAUGEN, RANDOLPH E., eds. The Forward March of Faith; the Story of a Church. Minneapolis, Augsburg Publishing House, [1943]. 165 p.
"Prepared by the Board of Publication of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America," in connection with the centennial celebration in 1943.
Volume 14, 1944

Dyrvik, Ståle and Nils Kolie, eds. Ett bildare tilvere? Drivkrefter og motiv i den tidlegaste utvandringa frå Hordaland og Sogn og Fjordane. Voss, 1986. 215 pp.
Motivational forces in the earliest emigration from Hordland and Sogn and Fjordane. Twelve papers about emigration from Hordaland and Sogn and Fjordane given at a seminar in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of emigration from Voss held in Voss, April 18-20, 1986.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Dyste, A. Gerald. “The Twin Churches of Christiania, Minnesota, from 1854 to 1864. A Study of the Causes of Immigrant Church Conflicts" Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 73-98.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

E

Early Norse Settlements. Sons of Norway, 58:149 (August, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

EARLY NORWEGIAN PHARMACISTS. Badger pharmacist, no. 18, p. 1-13 (October, 1937).
An essay on early Norwegian pharmacists with lists of names of early pharmacists and samples of early advertisements of medicine.
Volume 10, 1938

Early Paintings of Norwegian-American Artist, Herbjørn Gausta, Shown for First Time at University of Minnesota. Nordisk Tidende, February 3, 1966.
Includes biographical sketch.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Eastvold, Carl Johan. Rev. C. J. Eastvold, D. D., 1863-1929, his life and work. Minneapolis, printed at Augsburg publishing house, 1930. 359 p.
The biography of a well-known clergyman in the Norwegian Lutheran church, former president of the Hauge Synod and later president of the southern Minnesota district of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America. "It has been gathered, edited, and published by his ten children." -preface.
Volume 6, 1931

EATON, CONAN BRYANT. The Icelanders in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 56:3-20 (1972).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Eby, Clare Virginia. Dreiser and Veblen, Saboteurs of the Status Quo. Columbia, Mo.: University of Missouri Press, 1999. 248 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Eckers, H. A. Congressman Michaelson. NORDEN, I: 15-16 (December, 1928).
A sketch of M. A. Michaelson, who represents a Chicago district in Congress.
---------- Doktor Ludvig Hektoen. NORDEN, I:10-11 (December, 1928).
A biographical sketch of this well-known pathologist.
---------- Gymnastik og idrett. Norwegian-American athletic association. NORDEN, I:15-16 (February-
March, 1929).
An account of the activities of the Norwegian-American Athletic Association.
Volume 5, 1930

ECKERSON, HELEN F. Immigration and National Origins. Annalsof the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 367:4-14 (September, 1966).
Traces the development of legislation concerning immigrants and maintains that the laws have not achieved their purpose.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ECKSTEIN, NEIL T. Peer Strømme’s Memoirs. The Round Table, 1:17-24 (1975).
A translation of Part 1 of the Erindringer of Peer Strømme, well-known Norwegian-American author, journalist, and public speaker. Later installments follow in subsequent issues.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Eckstein, Neil T. The Marginal Man as Novelist: The Norwegian-American Writers, H. H. Boyesen and O. E. Rølvaag, as Critics of American Institutions. New York, 1990. 203 pp.
Published as part of Garland Publishing’s European Immigrants and American Society series. A chapter on Thorstein Veblen as a “marginal man” is included.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

ECKSTEIN, NEIL T. The Social Criticism of Ole Edvart Rølvaag. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:112-136 (1970).
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Edelman, Hendrik. The Dutch Language Press in America: Two Centuries of Printing, Publishing and Bookselling. Nieuwkoop, The Netherlands, 1986. 201 pp.
“A survey of the foreign press in America and a general description of the Dutch in America. There then follow capsule accounts of the Dutch press divided into six chronological periods, namely colonial, new immigrant settlements, 1865-1890, 1890-1910, 1910-1939, and 1940-1948.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Egeberg, Lars Aslak. “Utvandringen til Amerika og hva det kunne føre med seg av sorger og gleder.” Sagn og soge i Søndre Ourdahl, 1990: 2 1-25.
The Haugens were divided; he wanted to emigrate while she wanted to stay with her old parents in Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Eger Aldershjem feirer 50 års jubileum med bankett, konsert, fest og store byggeplanner. Nordisk Tidende, November 10, 1966.
Home for the aged on Staten Island celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

EGGAN, B. R. The Norwegian Language Camp. Vinland (Chicago), September 26, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

EGGAN, BEN R.
Bjarne Guttormsen. Lærer i Norsk i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:224-225 (1975).
Sketch of Ben Eggan, who has taught Norwegian for fifty years in the Minneapolis area.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Eggen, Mrs. T. Mrs. Lena Dahl. THE FRIEND, 7:5-7 (August, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Eggen, Mrs. T. Mrs. Lena Dahl. THE FRIEND, 7:5-7 (August, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

EGILSRUD, JOHN. My Thinking Heart. New York, 1954. 55 p.
A book of verse by a Norwegian-born poet and professor of comparative literature at Finch College in New York City.
Volume 19, 1956

Egstad, Ludvig. “Min reise til Amerika" Årbok for Gjøvik, 1990, I: 78-80.

EIDE, B.M. Reminiscences of Early Days. Windom Reporter, May 23, 30, June 6, 1941.
Volume 12, 1941

Eide, Harald. The Norwegian: A Rollicking Tale of Wild Trails and the Lure of Gold. Edmonds, Washington, 1982. 128 pp.
Fiction first published in 1975 under the title The Alaska Adventures of a Norwegian Cheechako
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

EIDE, HAROLD. The Alaska Adventures of a Norwegian Cheechako: A Greenhorn with a Gold Pan. Edmonds, Washington, 1975. 128 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Eide, Petter. Bit blad frå Nordfjord-soga i Amerika. Årbok for Nordfjord, 22: 94-108 (1988).
Emigrants from Nordfjord in America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

EIDE, SVERRE. The N. E. S. History and the Outlook at the 40th Anniversary. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 5-9 (January, 1965).
History and prospects of the Norwegian Engineers’ Society of New York.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

EIDEM, PAUL LORCK. En annen verden, gyldne Florida. Oslo, 1950. 224 p.
Travel and description.
Volume 17, 1952

EIDEVALL, GUNNAR. The Swedes in Moberg’s Tetralogy. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 69-78 (1978).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

EIDSÆTHER, I. Norwegian Students in the United States; a Helen Atwater Fellow Reports on Her Year in U. S. Journal of Home Economics, 42:817 (December, 1950).
Volume 17, 1952

Eielsen, Elling. Eit brev frå Elling Eielsen. GRANNEN, 16:1-4 (Flekkefjord, Norway, March, 1930).
A letter written by Elling Eielsen from "Wisconsin County Nordamerica den 28 Februari 1845," almost entirely of religious content, bemoaning his own imperfections, deploring the unsatisfactory religious situation among the immigrants, and attacking rather pointedly Pastors Clausen and Dictrichson. The letter was found among papers belonging to Zacharias Torkildsen in Flekkefjord, Norway, and may have been written to Knud Torkildsen.
---------- Elling Eielsens brev. LUTHERANEREN, 15:489, 548-9 (April 22, May 6, 1931).
The original of the first of these letters is in the possession of the Reverend S. Tverberg, and the second is taken from a letter book into which it had been copied, the letter book also being in possession of Mr. Tverberg. The first letter was written September 4, 1839, the day after Eielsen's arrival in America, and the second was written from New York, August 20, 1841.
Volume 6, 1931

Eielsen. Modell av det første norske forsamlingshus i Amerika bygget av arendalitten H. Halvorsen på L.I. Nordisk Tidende, April 25, 1963.
Elling Eielsen’s first meetinghouse; the sketch includes an illustration of a replica presented to the Bygdøy Folkemuseum in Oslo.
Storartet gave til udflyttermuseet. Decorah-Posten, June 6, 1963.
The replica of Eielsen’s Fox River meetinghouse.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

EIELSON, BEN
Larry Altman. Ben Eielson. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:296 (October, 1972).
The Norwegian-American “Lone Eagle of the North” opened Alaska for air traffic.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

Einbu, Johannes P “Om utvandringa til Amerika” Gåmålt frå Lesja og Lesjaskag, 1993, I: 14-17.
Emigration from north Gudbrandsdalen.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

EISEMAN, ALBERTA. From Many Lands. New York, 1970.
Immigrant life and contributions in the United States. For younger readers.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Eisen, Arnold M. The Chosen People in America. A Study in Jewish Religious Ideology. Bloomington, Indiana, 1983. x, 237 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Eit amerikabrev til Hyllestad i 1866,” Årbok for Sogn 40 (1994), 99-102. Title trans.: An America letter to Hyllestad in 1866.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

EITINGER, LEO. Immigranters psykologiske problemer. Samtiden, 81:483-95 (1972).
An analysis of the psychological problems of immigrants.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

EITREM, H. Bjørnson i Amerika (Utdrag av en artikkel i "Edda"). Nordmanns-Forbundet, 25:363-370 (November, 1932).
Bjørnson's visit to America in 1880-81; an excerpt of an article that appeared earlier in Edda.
Volume 8, 1934

Eivind Ramberg får ærefullt hverv i Amer. Society for Eng. Education. Nordisk Tidende, April 13, 1967.
Professor at Newark College of Engineering is elected vice-president of the American Society of Engineering Education.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Eklund, Emmet E. His Name was Jonas: A Biography of Jonas Swensson. Rock Island, Illinois, 1988. 176 pp.
Jonas Swensson, a pastor who emigrated to the U.S. in 1856, became a central figure in the formation of the Augustana Synod.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

EKMAN, ERNST. The Teaching of Scandinavian History in the United States. Scandinavian Studies, 37:259-270 (August, 1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Ekroll, Øystein. “Til Dakota i 1880-90-åra” Segn or Sage. Tidsskrift for Sande sogelag, 1991, I: 10-28.
Emigration from Sunnmøre.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Ekstrand, Florence. The Best of the Old Church Cookbooks. Seattle, 1988. 175 pp.
Informative and delicious assortment of recipes from pre-1970s church cookbooks, many if not most of Scandinavian origin.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Eleva Lutheran Church. History, 1893-1929. Eleva, Wisconsin, Committee on history [1929]. 15 p.
Elim Lutheran Church, Randall, Iowa. History, 1868-1929. Randall, Iowa, Committee on history, 1929. 29 p.
A short historical sketch, with illustrations and portraits, the constitution, and a list of members.
Volume 5, 1930

ELIOT, F. M. The community mourns the death of Dr. Amandus Norman. Mere lys, 18:99-103
(January, 1932).
A biographical sketch of the late Reverend Amandus Norman (1865-1931) of Hanska, Minnesota.
Volume 8, 1934

ELKINS, FRANK. Norwegian Influence on American Skiing. American-Scandinavian Review, 35:335-341 (December, 1947).
Volume 16 1950

Elling Eielsen Sundve, 1804-1883. Voss, Norway, 1980. 112 pp.
A collection of lectures given at an Eielsen seminar in Voss, Norway, August 3-5, 1979. There are contributions by H. Chr. Mamen, Anders Ohnstad, Ansgar Søvik, Alfred Hauge, Halldor Sandvin, and Knut Bjørgaas.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Ellingsgard, Nils. Norwegian Rose Painting in America: What the Immigrants Brought. Translated by James Skurdal. Decorah, Ia., 1993. 96 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Ellingson, Theodor. Fox Lake settlementet; minder og træk fra nybyggerdagene i Minnesota.
SKANDINAVEN, July 24, 1931, p.4; July 28, 1931, p.11.
The Fox Lake settlement about which these recollections and sketches center is located in Rice County, Minnesota. The subject matter relates principally to church history.
Volume 7, 1933

Ellis, Reuben J. “The Culture of Displaced Geography: A Model for Western Regional Destabilization in Knut Hamsun’s Fra det moderne Amerikas aandsliv. North Dakota Quarterly, 59, 3 (1991) 174-181.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ELMEN, G. L., ed. and trans. The Wounds of Parting. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 26: 16-23 (1975).
Letters from members of the Swedish Bishop Hill settlement in Illinois, 1846-1853.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

ELOVSON, HAROLD. August Strindberg and Emigration to America until ca. 1890. Americana Norvegica, 3:129-52 (1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

ELSTAD, RUDOLPH
Dreng Bjornaraa. In Memoriam, Rudolph Elstad. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 27 (January, 1960).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

ELTOR, INGOLF. Red River-Dalens pioner. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:98-100 (May, 1957).
An article about Paul Hjelm-Hansen, who led numerous Norwegians into the Red River Valley.
Volume 20, 1959

Elu. Det lille intervju. Aftenposten, August 29, 1966.
Interview with Kenneth O. Bjork concerning investments in East Africa.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ELWICK, ANDREW. Challenge of Tomorrow. Sons of Norway, 52: 15, 20 (January, 1955).
A review and a challenge in connection with the sixtieth anniversary of the Sons of Norway lodge.
Volume 19, 1956

Emigrantfamilie som reiste tilbage til Norge. Decorah-Posten, March 7, 1963.
An immigrant family that returned to Norway.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

En efterklang fra kirkestridens dage. FOLKE-KALENDER, 1932, p.49-64.
An account of Pastor B. J. Muus and his controversies with the Norwegian synod.
Volume 7, 1933

En emigrantkontrakt fra 1868. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:77 (April, 1954).
An emigrant contract from 1868.
Volume 19, 1956

En enquete om fremgangslinjer. Norden, 5:8-23 (May, 1933).
The future of Norwegians in America and their cultural interests.
Volume 8, 1934

En gren av Kongsvoldssætten, som har hævdet sig utenbygds. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1933, p. 22-26.
Kongsvold family history, dealing with emigrants and their children.
Volume 8, 1934

En kunstner fra nybyggertiden. Hallingen, March, 1969.
Østen O. Pladson and his sculpture in the Betania Lutheran Church, Hatton, North Dakota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

En Synodeprest blir teksthistorie: Søren S. Urberg i Wisconsin, 1893-1930. Telemark College series 136, Bø i Telemark, Norway, 1991. 75 pp.
A Synod priest through his writings.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

ENDERLIN, NORTH DAKOTA
First Lutheran Church: Ninetieth Anniversary, 1879-1969. 48p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

ENDRESEN, FRIDTJOF. Norskættede i Alaska. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59-64 (Christmas, 1955).
Norwegians in Alaska.
Volume 19, 1956 (article)

ENDRESEN, FRIDTJOF. Norske i Alaska 1967. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:240-241 (December, 1967).
Norwegians are decreasing in number in Alaska.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ENESTVEDT, O. O. Menighedshistorie; Vor Frelsers og Opdal menigheder i Renville County, Minnesota. Minneapolis tidende, September 21, 1933, p. 8.
The history of Our Saviour's and the Opdal Lutheran congregations of Renville County, Minnesota, which were organized in 1868.
---------- Nybyggerkaar; eller, i snestormen i 1873. Numedalstagets festskrift, 1908-1933, p. 13-18.
The great snowstorm of the winter of 1873 and the story of Ole and Anne Enestvedt, who lived in the Minnesota Valley. The same material appears in Samband, 8:106-111 (December, 1932).
Volume 8, 1934

ENESTVEDT, O.O. Norske pionerslekter. Decorah-posten, 1989-41.
A series of sketches of pioneers and their families, the twenty-first installment appearing in the issue of August 26, 1941.
Volume 12, 1941

Engan, Rolf “Fra Råen til Amerika. Et amerikabrev fra Ovre Ålen." Gaudalsminne, 1992, I: 80-84.
Letters from Iver Olsen, Chicago, to his family in Ålen, Sør-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ENGBERG, EMMER, BERGENDOFF, CONRAD, and CARLSON, EDGAR M., ed. Centennial Essays, 1860-1960. Rock Island, 1960. 268 p.
Twelve articles honoring the Augustana Lutheran Church.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Enge, Kåre. “Amerikabrevet" Fauskebaka, 1990-91, I: 65-67.
A letter from Joh. Jørgensen, Fauske, to a friend in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ENGEN, ARNFINN, ed. Utvandringa-der store oppbrotet. Oslo, 1978. 186 pp.
Ten articles by Norwegian scholars on aspects of immigration.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

ENGEN, ARNFINN. "Emigration from Dovre, 1865-1914." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:210-252 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Engen, Arnfinn. “Kristian Prestgard og innsamlinga av amerikabrev,” Heimen 1 (1995), 43-45. Title trans.: Kristian Prestgard and the collection of America letters.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

ENGEN, ARNFINN. Utvandringshistorie og amerikabrev. Heimen, 16:563-572 (1975).
Immigration history and America letters.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Engesæter, Aage. “Poverty, Overpopulation, and the Early Emigration from Sogn.” Translated by C. A. Clausen. Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 31-52 (1989).
A similar article appeared in the book Årbok for Sogn (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ENGLEMAN, RUTH. Leaf House: Days of Remembering. NewYork, 1982. 245 pp.
"A warm yet unsentimental account of the author's childhood in a tiny Finnish settlement in
Wisconsin."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

ENGSTROM, EMIL. John Engstrom, the Last Frontiersman. New York, 1956. 156 p.
Pioneer life in Oregon and Alaska in the early years of the twentieth century.
Volume 21, 1962

Engvig, Olaf T. Shipping and culture: the Norwegian Fish Club of San Francisco, 1914-1996. San Francisco, Cal.: The Fish Club, 1996. 191 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

ENQUIST, ANNA. Scandia-Then and Now. Scandia, Minnesota, 1982. 200 pp.
"The story of Scandia in Washington county, the first permanent Swedish settlement in Minnesota, founded in 1850, told by the acknowledged expert on the subject."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Enstad, Dick. “Harley Refsal - A Colorful Caricature Carver.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 86, 5: 12-13 (March, 1988??).
Luther College language instructor Refsal has developed into an internationally known sculptor and woodcarver.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ERDAHL, MARGARET. The Coffee Train. Garden City, New York, 1953. 285 p.
Recollections of a childhood in a Norwegian-American community in the Midwest.
Volume 19, 1956

ERICKSON, ALFRED O. Scandinavia, Wisconsin. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:185-209 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

ERICKSON, CHARLOTTE. American Industry and the European Immigrant, 1860-1885. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1957. 269 p.
Volume 20, 1959

ERICKSON, CHARLOTTE. Invisible Immigrants: The Adaptation of English and Scottish Immigrants in Nineteenth-Century America. Coral Gables, Florida, 1972. vi, 531 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

ERICKSON, EDWARD. Rueslekten fra Hol. Hallingen, March, 1963.
A Halling family in America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ERICKSON, ERNST. Oleana. Sons of Norway, 57:10, 17, 58:34 (January, February, 1960).
A sketch of Ole Bull’s life.
Volume 21, 1962

Erickson, John, ed. Petersen fra Peterson. Translated by Karl Pedersen. Peterson, Minnesota, 1985. 49 pp.
A collection of letters and other writings pertaining to the founding of Peterson, Minnesota.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

ERICKSON, KARL E. The emigrant journey in the fifties; edited by Albert O. Barton. Norwegian-
American studies and records,
8:65-91 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936

ERICKSON, ROLF H. "Chicago for 75 år siden: Nordmennenes nest største by." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 131-133 (4, 1982).
A survey of the history of the Norwegian colony in Chicago, "the second largest Norwegian city."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Ben Blessum, Norwegian-American Artist.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 85, 10: 408-410 (October, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Chicago: Writing In and About the City by Norwegians.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 19-33.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “David Johnson-Chicago’s First Norwegian.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 4: 69-71 (June, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “J. Christian Bay and His Account of Hans Christian Andersen’s Visit to Chicago.” The Bridge, 12, 2: 64-85 (1989).
An imaginary journey, but one which provides a snapshot of the Danish colony of Chicago of 1955.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Norwegian-American Artists’ Exhibitions Described in Checklists and Catalogs.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 283-304 (1986).
Art exhibitions were urban phenomena in Norwegian-American life. Six illustrations.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Repositories of Scandinavian-American Materials: A Partial Directory.” Swedish American Genealogist, 10, 4: 162-169 (December, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Songs of Norway in America.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 49-57.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “Swedish-American Artists’ Exhibitions in Chicago Described in Checklists and Catalogs.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 42, 2: 90-115 (April, 1991).
From 1905 to 1970 Chicago was the unrivaled center of Swedish-American art.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. “The Chicago Exhibition of Scandinavian-American Artists in 1929.” Swedish American Genealogist, Part I, 9:2, 60-77 (June, 1989); conclusion, 9: 3, 129-148 (September, 1989).
A description of the event with biographies of the organizers and exhibitors.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. and Johanna Barstad. “Some Recent Publications.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 247-166 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Erickson, Rolf H. and Nils William Olsson. “Scandinavian Physicians in Chicago 1887-1912.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 6, 1: 1-12 (March, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

ERICKSON, SELMA I. My Family Record with Emphasis on the Hailing-side. Hallingen, 66:18-30 (September, 1973).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Ericson, Kathryn. “Triple Jeopardy: The Muus vs. Muus Case in Three Forums.” Minnesota History, 50, 8: 298-308 (Winter, 1987).
The divorce case of Pastor B. J. Muus and his wife, Oline, gained wide attention.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Eriksen, Jan Erik, ed. “Intervju med Anker Aaserød,” Magnus, Skjeberg historielag 1998, I: 4-13. Title trans.: Interview with Anker Aaserød.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

ERIKSON, J. A. Det forjættede land. Decorah-posten og ved arnen, November 9, 1937-March 8, 1938. Also published separately by the Anundsen publishing company.
A pioneer novel dealing with life in the Koshkonong and Norway Grove settlements of Dane County, Wisconsin.
Volume 10, 1938

ERIKSON, J. A. Det forjættede land; fortælling. Decorah, Iowa, Trykt hos The Anundsen Publishing
Co., [1938]. 430 p.
Fiction; a story of immigration and life in the United States, principally in Wisconsin.
Volume 11, 1940

Erindringer utgit til minde om 75-aars jubilæet for ankomsten av de første nybyggere og 70-aars
jubilæet for Le Sueur River evangelisk-lutherske menighed, New Richland, Minnesota, 27de og 28de juni, 1931. Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag, Aarbok, no. 4, 1932, p. 12-34.
The seventy-fifth anniversary jubilee commemorating the arrival of the first Norwegian immigrants from Wisconsin to Waseca and Steele counties, Minnesota, in 1856, and the seventieth anniversary of the establishment of the Le Sueur River Evangelical Lutheran church of New Richland, Minnesota, were celebrated June 27 and 28, 1931. Most of the article deals with church history.
Volume 8, 1934

Erlien, Ellef C. History of the Hadeland Lag in America. Fargo, ND., 1989. 261 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Espe, Alfred. “Frå Borgrund til Greenwood, Wisconsin.” Årbok for Sogn, 35:44-57 (1989).
A search for roots from Borgrund, Sogn, to Wisconsin.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Espe, Alfred. “Pionerutvandrarar frå Lærdal og Borgund: kven drog og kvar kom dei?” Årbok for Sogn nr 40 (1994), 23-34; ill. Title trans.: Pioneer emigrants from Lærdal and Borgund: who went and where did they go?
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Espehoug, Johannes P “Eders Moder var det nyttigste menneske.” Jul i Sunnjjord, 1991, I: 27-29.
A letter to Espehoug’s two daughters in Norway.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ESPELAND, EMIL
Lars Fletre. Et lite stykke Norge i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:11 (January, 1962).
A visit in the home of a Norwegian-American sculptor.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History: Volume II. Øyvind T. Gulliksen, Ingeborg R. Kongslien, and Dina Tolfsby, eds. Oslo, 1990. 216 pp.
Published by the NAHA-Norway. Seventeen papers given at the Norwegian-American Studies Seminar held in Hamar June 26-29, 1989. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

ESTREM, ANDREW. An Early Norse Settlement in Iowa. Iowa Journal of History and Politics, 39: 387-402 (October, 1941).
The settlement is that of southern Howard County and northern Chickasaw County.
Volume 13, 1943

Estus, Charles W. “A Swedish Working-Class Church: The Methodists of Quinsigamond Village, 1878-1900.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 1: 5-22 (January, 1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ET BLAD AV ÆTTETALET TIL PROFESSOR DR. U. G. STUBS SLEKTSHISTORIE.
Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1937 og 1938, 15-20.
A genealogy of the family of the late H. G. Stub.
Volume 11, 1940

Et museum i vekst: Samlingen i Decorah er enestående i sitt slag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:59-60 (March-April, 1966).
Historical sketch and present plans for enlargement of the Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Et norsk syn på engelsk bok om den norske språkstrid, språkutvikling. Nordisk Tidende, August 31, 1967.
A review of Einar Haugen’s book, Language Conflict and Language Planning.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Ett århundrede i sang. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63: 136-137 (July, 1970).
The Norwegian Singers Union, the oldest Norwegian chorus in America, celebrated its centennial in October, 1970.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Etter 60 Ar i Winnipeg flytter avisen Norrøna til Vancouver B.C. Nordisk Tidende, July 23, 1970.
After being published for sixty years in Winnipeg, Norrøna, the only extant Norwegian-Canadian newspaper, has been moved to Vancouver.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

EVANS, EYVIND J. Lynvisitt hos Simon Johnson. Minnesota Posten, December 25, 1969.
A visit with Simon Johnson, “the prairie poet,” one of the best-known Norwegian-American literary figures. The interview took place just before Johnson died at the age of ninety.
---------- Norsk-amerikanske lyrikere: Kjente og minder kjente. Minnesota Posten.
The corresponding editor of Minnesota Posten has recently contributed nearly every week an article about a Norwegian-American author who has won some degree of acceptance as a lyric poet. The series began with the October, 1969, issue of the paper.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

EVANS, EYVIND J. Norstogs “Golgatariket.” Minnesota Posten, July 17, 24, 31, August 7, 14, 1969.
---------- Penn-Skudd. Minnesota Posten, January 23-30, February 6-13, 1969.
Tribute to Dr. Herman E. Jorgensen.
---------- Penn-Skudd. Minnesota Posten, February 20, 1969.
Comments on Hallingen and Nord-Norge, the only two bygdelag periodicals in the United States.
---------- Penn-Skudd. Minnesota Posten, May 22, 1969.
A tribute to Carl Søyland of Nordisk Tidende, on his seventy-fifth birthday.
---------- Penn-Skudd. Minnesota Posten, September 4-25, 1969.
Review of John A. Johnson: An Uncommon American by Agnes M. Larson.
---------- Waldemar Ager som kritikker. Minnesota Posten, February 27-April 17, May 8, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

EVANS, EYVIND J. Penn skudd. Minnesota Posten, December 12, 1963, January 24, 31, 1964.
Comments about Martha Ostenso, Jon Norstog, and the Norwegian-American press.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

EVANS, SONYA LOFTNESS. Pacific Lutheran College. American-Scandinavian Review, 48:277-282 (September, 1960).
A brief historical sketch is included with a description of the institution.
Volume 21, 1962

EVANS, SONYA LOFTNESS. The Seattle Fishermen’s Festival. American-Scandinavian Review, 42:43-47 (Spring, 1954).

Evensen, Erik Aalvik. Amerika-brevene: stjålne amerikabrev, historien bak tyveriet i 1896 samt en studie av utvandringen fra Grimstad-distriktet til Amerika, med særlig vekt på perioden 1875-1900. Grimstad: Selskapet for Grimstad bys vel, 1996. 167 pp.; ill. Title trans. The America letters: stolen American letters, the story behind the theft in 1896, along with a study of the emigration from the Grimstad district to America,with special attention to the period 1875-1900.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Everson, Roy A. “The 99th Infantry Battalion - Remembrances and a Reunion.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 86, 12: 26-27; 31-32 (December, 1989).
A battalion of 1,000 men of Norwegian ancestry was assembled in 1942 to train for a possible invasion of Nazi-occupied Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Evinrude Outboard Boom: A Melted Ice Cream Triggered. Norwegian American Commerce, no. 3-4, p. 13-15 (March-April, 1963).
An account of the origin and development of the outboard motor.
FLATEBO, Torleiv. Prospecting in the North Wilderness. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 21-24 (July, 1960).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

EVJEN, HENRY O. Scandinavian Students at Illinois State University. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:17-29 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

EVJEN, J. O. Johnsen, Erik Kristian (Sept. 20, 1863-Jan. 21, 1923). Dictionary of American biography,
10:77-78 (1933).
Johnsen, who came to America in 1892, was professor of theology at Red Wing seminary, 1892-97, pastor until 1900, professor at the seminary of the United Norwegian Lutheran church, 1900-17, and professor at the Luther theological seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, from 1917 until his death.
---------- Oftedal, Sven (Mar. 22, 1844-Mar. 30, 1911). Dictionary of American biography, 11:635-636
(1933).
Oftedal arrived in America in 1873 and throughout his active life was professor at Augsburg seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was a leader in church organization and a participant in some of the sharp controversies that characterized the formative period of Norwegian-American Lutheranism.
Volume 8, 1934

EVJEN, J. O. Preus, Christian Keyser (Oct. 13, 1852-May 28, 1921). Dictionary of American
biography,
15:208-209 (1935).
---------- Stromme, Peer Olsen (Sept. 15, 1856-Sept. 15, 1921). Dictionary of American biography,
18:141-142 (1936).
---------- Stub, Hans Gerhard (Feb. 23, 1849-Aug. 1, 1931). Dictionary of American biography, 18:178 (1936).
---------- Sverdrup, Georg (Dec. 16, 1848-May 3, 1907). Dictionary of American biography, 18:229 (1936).
---------- Tou, Erik Hansen (Oct. 11, 1857-Nov. 14, 1917). Dictionary of American biography, 18:599-600 (1936).
Volume 9, 1936

Evjen, John O. Skandinaviske indvandrere i New York aarene 1630-74. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 44: July 10-September 4, 1930.
"Scandinavian immigrants in New York during the period 1680-74," is the subject of this essay, which appeared in weekly installments for the dates given above. Dr. Evjen has published a larger work on this subject.
Volume 6, 1931

Evjen, John O. Skandinaviske indvandrere i New York aarene 1630-74. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 44: July 10-September 4, 1930.
"Scandinavian immigrants in New York during the period 1680-74," is the subject of this essay, which appeared in weekly installments for the dates given above. Dr. Evjen has published a larger work on this subject.
Volume 6, 1931

EVJEN, JOHN O. The Ordination of Paul Anderson and Ole Andrewson. The Friend, 18:12 (September, 1941).
The author examines the records concerning the ordination of two pioneer pastors and concludes that Andrewson was licensed by the Franckean Synod on August 7, 1847, that he was ordained by the Evangelical Synod of Northern Illinois in September, l851, and that Anderson was ordained on June 10, 1849.
Volume 12, 1941

EVJUE, WILLIAM T. A Fighting Editor. Madison, Wisconsin, 1968. 873 p.
The autobiography of the editor of the Capital Times, of Madison. Reviewed in Wisconsin Magazine of History, Winter, 1968-1969, and the Progressive, March, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

EVJUE, WILLIAM T. Albert O. Barton. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 31:410 (June, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

EVOLD, BENT. They Came to America. 96 pp.
The experiences of Axel Brandt, who immigrated at the age of seventeen and settled in a Danish community in Minnesota where he spent the rest of his life.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

F

Faa, Eric. Norwegians in the Northwest: settlement in British Columbia, 1858-1918. Victoria, B.C.: Runestad, 1995. 299 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Fåberg og Lillehammer. 7, 1986. 178 pp.
This issue, with the title “Utvandringen,” deals with emigration from Fåberg and Lillehammer to America.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Fagerhaug, Tore. “Ola J. Rise.” Bøgda vår. Årsskrift far lokalhistorie, 1987, 4-10.
During his stay in America, 1899-1909, Rise published a book and wrote poems for Norwegian-American periodicals and newspapers.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Fairweather, Floyd. “Fredrik Nilsson Vestre. Ein amerikansk pionér.” Årsskrift. Vatne sogelag, 1990, I: 4-12.
F.N. Vestre emigrated to America from Vestrefjord, Møre og Romsdal, in 1888.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

FALNES, O. J. Thorstein Veblen, a significant Norwegian-American contribution to the social sciences. American-Scandinavian review, 23:24-33 (March, 1935).
Volume 9, 1936

FALNES, OSCAR J.
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Oscar J. Falnes. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, May, 1970.
Sketch of a professor emeritus of history at New York University, who has written extensively in the field of Scandinavian history and who performed distinguished service for the relief and rehabilitation program of the United Nations.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

FAPSO, RICHARD J. Norwegians in Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin, 1978 (?). 40 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

FARR, W. E. "Germans in Montana Gold Camps: Two Views." Montana Magazine of History, 32:58-73 (Autumn, 1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

FARSTRUP, EINAR. Language Transition and Danish Children’s Schools in the U.S. The Bridge, 5: 21-32 (1982).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

FAST, HOWARD. The Immigrants. Boston, 1977. 389 pp. The Second Generation. Boston, 1978. 407 pp.
The first and second
Volumes of a projected trilogy about the intermingling of various ethnic groups in the San Francisco area.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Faste punkt i San Francisco. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 :61 (March, 1958).
The Norwegian Club in San Francisco celebrates its sixtieth anniversary.
Volume 20, 1959

FEDDE, B. A. Trinity through the Years; an Outline History of Trinity Lutheran Church on the Occasion of Its Sixtieth Anniversary, 1890-1950. Brooklyn, 1950. 56 p.
Volume 17, 1952

FEDDE, ELISABETH. Søster Elisabeths optegnelser. Nordisk tidende, February 28, March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 16, 1933.
A record of the author's work as deaconess and in hospitals.
Volume 8, 1934

FEINGOLD, HENRY L. Zion in America. Boston, 1974, 357 pp.
History of American Jewry from colonial times to the present, “How the reciprocity between America and its Jews originated, developed, and progressed is the subject of this interesting new synthesis of American Jewish history.” A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series issued by Twayne Publishers, Inc.
FOSS, PAUL E., ed. Norwegian-American Sesquicentennial, 1825-1975. Minneapolis, 1975. 64 pp.
A souvenir book containing articles and historical photographs relating to the sesquicentennial.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

FELLAND, CARL MARTIN. A History and Genealogical Record of the Felland and Reindahl Families, with a Supplementary Chart of the Mandt Family. Northfield, Minnesota, Mohn Printing Company, 1940. 94 p.
Volume 12, 1941

Ferguson, Robert. Enigma: The Life of Knut Hamsun. New York, 1987. 453 pp.
Norwegian Nobel prize winner in literature who lived for a time in the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Festskrift til Odd Dahl. Bergen, 1968. 103 p.
A
Volume published in honor of Odd Dahl of the Carnegie Institute on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. Contains chapters by Carl Søyland, Merle A. Tuve, and L. R. Hafstad.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

FEVOLD, EUGENE L. The Lutheran Free Church: A Fellowship of American Lutheran Congregations, 1897-1968. Minneapolis, 1969. 342 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

FEVOLD, EUGENE L. The Norwegian Immigrant and His Church. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:3-16 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Fidje, Ranveig. “Utvandringen til Amerika.” Årsskrift. Flekkerøy historielag, 1990, I: 43-55.
Emigration from Flekkerøy, Vest-Agder.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

FIELD, IDUNA B. Recreating pioneer days. American-Scandinavian review, 25:255-258 (September, 1937).
An account of the Norwegian-American historical museum at Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 10, 1938

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Riverside Lutheran Church, Dawson, Minnesota, 1885-1935, June 14-16.
[Dawson, Minnesota, Dawson Sentinel print, 1935.] 55 p.
The pamphlet includes a historical account of the church and a program of the festivities.
Volume 11, 1940

Fiftieth anniversary program and history of Our Saviour's Lutheran church, Warren, Minnesota, 1885-1935. [Warren, Minnesota, Sheaf print], 1935. 24 p.
Contains "Historical reminiscences of Our Saviour's Lutheran church" written by the late Judge A. Grindeland on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of the church, and edited and revised by the Reverend L. E. Brynestad, its present pastor, p. 10-2l.
Volume 9, 1936

FINDAHL, THEO. En norsk-amerikansk polarforsker. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:262-264 (December, 1956).
An article about the famous Norwegian-American polar explorer, Captain Finn Rønne.
Volume 20, 1959

FINDAHL, THEO. Was Vinland near Chesapeake Bay? American-Scandinavian Review, 40:233-236 (September, 1952.)
Volume 18, 1954

FINDAHL, THEODOR. Moskva og New York tyve år etter. Oslo, 1949. 127 p.
Moscow and New York after an interval of twenty years.
Volume 17, 1952

Fink, Deborah. “Anna Oleson: Rural Family and Community in Iowa, 1880-1920.” Annals of Iowa, 48: 5-6, 251-263 (Summer/Fall, 1986).
Anna Ravnaas Oleson of Strand, Norway, became a central figure in a Friends settlement in O’Brien county, Iowa.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

FINSET, ARNE. Pionerene paa prærien. Decorah-Posten, December 14, 1967.
Pioneer life at Kindred, North Dakota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

FIRMAN, AXEL. "Two Swedes in the California Goldfields: Allvar Kullgren and Carl August Modh, 1850-1856." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 34:102-130 (1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

First Lutheran Church, Litchville, North Dakota, 100th anniversary, 1897- 1997. Litchville, N.D.: The First Lutheran Church Centennial Book Committee, 1997.] 158 pp.; ill. Skandia Norwegian Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran Church, established 1897, and Immanuel Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran Church, established 1911, merged in 1926 to form First Lutheran Church.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

Fisher, Albert Kendrick. Leonhard Stejneger. COPELIA, 1931, p.75-83 (October 30, 1931).
Mr. Fisher dwells principally on Dr. Stejneger's scientific work with the Smithsonian institution and the United States National museum.
Volume 7, 1933

FISHMAN, JOSHUA A., ET AL. Language Loyalty in the United States: The Maintenance and Perpetuation of Non-English Mother Tongues by American Ethnic and Religious Groups. The Hague, 1966. 478 p.
Summary of a report to the language research section of the United States office of education. Reviewed in the Times (London) Literary Supplement, September 8, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Fiske, Arland O. The best of the Norwegian heritage, vol. II. Minot, N.D.: North American Heritage Press, ca. 1996. 257 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Fiske, Arland O. The Scandinavian Adventure. Minot, ND., 1990. xii, 232 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Fiske, Arland O. The Scandinavian Spirit. Minot, North Dakota, 1989. 232 pp.
Essays on Scandinavian culture as well as immigration.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Fiskergutten Ole Rølvaag var 20 år da han kom til Amerika og ble en av landets berømte forfattere. Nordisk Tidende, February 8, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

FITE, GILBERT COURTLAND. Peter Norbeck, Prairie Statesman. Columbia, Missouri, 1948. 217 p. (University of Missouri Studies, 22, no. 2.)
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 30:60 (March, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

FJELDE, PAUL. The Sculpture of Paul Fjelde. National Sculpture Review. Fall, 1969.
A discussion of the sculpture of a noted Norwegian-American artist.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

FJELDSAA, RUTH L. Hjelpende hender i Solskinnsstaten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:37 (February, 1964).
Helping hands in the Sunshine State. A historical sketch of the thirty-five-year-old Norsk-Amerikanske Mission Club in Miami, Florida.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

FJELDSAA, RUTH L. Nordmenn i solskinns-staten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 48: 62 (April, 1955).
Norwegians in Florida.
Volume 19, 1956 (article)

FJELLANGER, THYRA
The Scandinavian of the Month: Thyra Fjellanger. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, August, 1967.
Sketch of the founder of the Fjellanger Book Store in Brooklyn.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

FLAGSTAD, CARL. Math Dahl, an Old Warhorse during Glory Days, Dies at 92. Nord-Norge, 233: 9-11 (December, 1976).
Colorful North Dakota Nonpartisan League politician finally quits the hustings.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

FLANAGAN, JOHN T. Knut Hamsun's Early Years in the Northwest. Minnesota History, 20:397-412 (December, 1939).
This record includes the years 1882-88.
Volume 12, 1941

FLATEN, NELS. Valdris-rispo; sannferdiga skrøno på Minnesota-Valdris, optegnet av Nils Flaten.
Reprint of Maal og minne, March 9, 1939, p. 30-50.
Tales told in the Valdris dialect as spoken in Minnesota.
Volume 11, 1940

FLATIN, KJETIL. "Det norske Amerika og norsk kulturpolitikk." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 73-77 (3,
1984).
A historical survey of Norwegian official interest-or lack of it-in Norwegian-American matters.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Flemming Larsen, Birgit, Henning Bender, and Karen Veien, eds. On Distant Shores: Proceedings of the Marcus Lee Hansen Immigration Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, June 29-July 1, 1992. Aalborg, 1993. 372 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

FLETRE, LARS. The Vossing Correspondence Society of 1848 and the Report of Adam Løvenskjold. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 245-273 (1979).
Leading Vossings of Chicago organized a correspondence society to defend America against its detractors in Norway.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

FLOBERG, ROLF
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Rolf Floberg. Scandinavian-American. Bulletin, October, 1968.
Norwegian-born Rolf Floberg is president of E. Quist, Incorporated, a dock-building firm.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Flom, George T, Eielsen, Elling (Sept. 9, 1804-Jan. 10, 1883). DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 6:61-62.
By what strange turns of fortune has Eielsen come to keep company with the great! After tramping about many bygds of southwestern Norway for a number of years as a lay preacher, until he felt cramped, he came to America in 1859. The preaching continued on new soil. He preached the first Norwegian sermon on American soil in Chicago in October, 1839. In 1846 he organized the Evangelical Lutheran church of America and some years later the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran church of America - the "Eielsen Synod." Accepting the counsel of friends, he was ordained as a preacher in 1843.
Volume 6, 1931

Fløystad, Ingeborg. “Kvinnene i (det ville) Vesten: En gren av amerikanske kvinners historie og norske immigrantkvinners plass i den.” Historisk Tidsskrift, 66, 2: 209-222 (1987).
Women in the (wild) West. A survey of literature about this part of the history of American women and about the role Norwegian immigrant women played in it.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Flugum, O.N. Historier og spredte minder fra pioneertiden i Winnebago. VISERGUTTEN, June
25, 1931, p.38.
Recollections and tales of pioneer days in Winnebago County, Iowa.
Volume 7, 1933

FLYNN, ANDREA K. Tom Tellepsen, Builder and Believer: A Biography. Salado, Texas, 1956. 193 p.
Volume 20, 1959

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH, tr. and ed. Elizabeth Fedde’s Diary, 1883-88. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:170-196 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. A Dream Come True: The Homme Homes at Wittenberg. Wittenberg, Wisconsin, 1956. 184 p.
An account of the life work of the Reverend Even Johnson Homme and the homes he founded for orphans and the aged. Reviewed in Wisconsin Magazine of History, Autumn, 1957.
Volume 20, 1959

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:289-292 (1962).
----------Norwegians Become Americans. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:95-135 (1962).
A group of America letters.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 22:236-240 (1965).
---------- Marshall Academy: A History. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 47:249-260 (Spring, 1964). (article)
Historical sketch of an academy during 1869-81, the period when Norwegian Lutherans operated the school.
---------- Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 22:210-235 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:236-240 (1967).
---------- Knud Knudsen and His America Book. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 108-125 (1967). (article)
---------- Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:220-235 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:278-283 (1970).
---------- Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:235-277 (1970).
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. The Kjorstad Clan in America. Blanchardville, Wisconsin, 1951. 47 p.
Volume 18, 1954

FOLKEDAUL, BEULAH, and CLAUSEN, C.A. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:270-75 (1972).
Brief descriptions of materials acquired by the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association during the years 1970-1972.
---------- Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:258-69 (1972).
List of books, pamphlets, and articles published during 1967-1970.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

FOLKESTAD, SIGURD
Sigurd Folkestad: En venn og medarbeider gått bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:96 (April, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

FOLKESTAD, SIGURD. Moder- og datterkirker. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:369-371 (December, 1933).
See item under G. M. Bruce for comment on this article.
Volume 8, 1934

Follesdal, John. Norwegian-American genealogy: a bibliography of some books and materials at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. San Francisco, Cal.: The Author, 1997. 78 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (reference)

Folstad, Ardis Bakke. Vi hadde det godt her. Menominee, Wisconsin, 1987. 135 pp.
We had it good here. “A narrative account of pioneer experiences by a Norwegian family in Dunn county, Wisconsin.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

FØNHUS, MIKKJEL. Ontarioskogen. Oslo, H. Aschehoug and Co. (W. Nygaard), 1934. 165 p.
"Life and struggles of Norwegian lumberers in the immense forest districts of Canada." Fiction.
Volume 9, 1936

FONNUM, HELGE. Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, December, 1965, March, 1966, June, 1966.
Travel diary of Store-Ola Gudmundsrud in 1866.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, June, 1966.
An America letter from Embrick Knudsen, Spring Grove, Minnesota.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, September, 1966.
An America letter from Newborg, Fillmore County, Minnesota, August 17, 1861.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, December, 1966.
A letter written by Mikkel K. Mehus, December 18, 1883.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, December, 1966.
Transcription of a letter written by Ole Tollefson Opsata, St. Ansgar, Iowa, September 25, 1860.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, March, 1967.
Two America letters from Barbro T. Sando, Emmett County, Iowa, 1863 and 1866.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, June, 1967.
A letter by Ole T. Opsata, Estherville, Iowa, July 4, 1870.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, December, 1967.
An America letter from Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, 1876.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, March, 1968.
Two America letters from Luverne, Minnesota, 1872 and 1873.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, June, 1968.
Two America letters by Barbro T. Sando, Estherville, Iowa, 1871 and 1876.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, September, 1968.
Letter written by Sevath Sevathsen, August 17, 1874.
---------- Gamle Amerikabrev. Hallingen, December, 1968.
A letter, written in 1882 by Ole Olson Færing, contains references to the visits of Kristofer Janson and Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

FORDE, AGNES. Christmas in the Mid-West. Nordisk Tidende, December 21, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

FORFANG, H. G. “Symra”: et femtiårsminne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:5-7 (January, 1956).
A historical sketch of the society Symra in Decorah, Iowa, on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 20, 1959

FORSYTHE, HILDA J. Grandeur in Simplicity. New York, 1963. 108p.
Recollections of the author’s farm childhood in Wisconsin and of her Norwegian-born father, Hans E. Nelson.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

FORT DODGE, IOWA. ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH. The Golden Jubilee, 1891-1941.
Fort Dodge, Iowa, 1941. 20 p.
Volume 14, 1944

Fortegnelse over hjemvendte emigranter.” Årbok for Sørfold, 1987: 8-10.
A list of emigrants who later returned to Sørfold.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Fortieth Anniversary First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1896-1936. Belview, Minnesota, [1936]. 10 p.
The history of the church was probably written by the pastor, the Reverend O. C. Harang.
Volume 11, 1940

Fosdal, Roberta Lien. Norwegian Roots, American Branches: the Kjetil and Bergit Lien Family History. Jefferson, Wisconsin, 1984. 253 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

FOSS, H. A. Husmannsgutten. Afterword by Liv Kristin Asheim. Olso, 1984. 176 pp.
New edition of the popular immigrant novel.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Foss, Hans A. “The Pioneer’s Christmas.” Translated by Sigvald Stoylen. The Sons of Norway Viking, 83, 12: 484-485 (December, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

FOSS, HANS A.
“Husmannsgutten” - fortellingen av H. A. Foss. Nordisk Tidende, August 29, 1963.
Review of book and sketch of author.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

FOSS, HANS ANDERSON. The Cotter’s Son. Alexandria, Minnesota, 1963. 127 p.
A popular Norwegian-American novel, translated by Joel G. Winkjer.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

FOSS, L. O. Et oplysende kapitel av vor norske nybyggersaga. Skandinaven, November 24, 1936, p. 9.
A full-page autobiographical account.
Volume 10, 1938

FOSS, THEA HOKENSTAD. The Story of Ole Hokenstad, a Norwegian Immigrant, and His Family. 48p.
A typescript filed in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

FOSS, WILLIAM O. The Norwegian Lady and the Wreck of The Dictator. Washington, D.C., 1977. 104 pp.
Relates the events surrounding the 1891 wreck of a Norwegian cargo ship off the coast of Virginia and the factors leading to the erection of the Norwegian Lady Statue.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

FOSSUM, GLADYS H. Rosemaling: History, Instructions, and Designs. Racine, Wisconsin, 1964.31 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

FOUGNER, I. Blandt Indianere og Nordmenn i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:284-286 (September,
1934).
The Bella Coola district in British Columbia where Indians and Norsemen meet.
Volume 9, 1936

FOUGNER, IVER. Aven norsk kolonis saga; Bells Coola settlementet i British Columbia. Decorah-posten, December 29, 1959, January 12, 1940.
The Bella Cools colony was founded in 1894 by a group of Norwegians, most of whom came from northern Norway.
Volume 12, 1941

Fox, R. M. Thorstein Veblen. NEW STATESMAN, 35:706--707 (September 13, 1930).
A consideration of Veblen as an economist.
Volume 6, 1931

Fox, R. M. Thorstein Veblen. NEW STATESMAN, 35:706--707 (September 13, 1930).
A consideration of Veblen as an economist.
Volume 6, 1931

Fra Hallingdal til Amerika i 1911. Hallingem, December, 1966.
Items from the diary of Kari Sehl.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Fra Kabelvåg til Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:239 (October, 1960).
A biographical sketch of Alf Kolflat, engineer.
Volume 21, 1962

FRAM, FRAM, KRISTMENN, KROSSMENN. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:86-89 (1974).
St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, celebrates its centennial.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Frank, Arne. When I was young. LaCrosse, Wis., The Author, 1995. 46 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

FRANK, LOUIS F., and ANDERSON, HARRY H., eds. German-American Pioneers in Wisconsin and Michigan: The Frank-Kerler Letters, 1849-1864. Milwaukee, 1971. xxiv, 600 pp.
A treasure house of “America letters” which throws light on German immigration to various parts of Wisconsin and Michigan. Translated by Margaret Wolff.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

FRANZEN, GØSTA. Scandinavian Courses Offered in Institutions of Learning in the United States, by Gøsta Franzen and Hedin Bronner. Scandinavian Studies, 19:239-260 (August, 1947).
Volume 16 1950

FREDERICK, WILLIAM C. Was Veblen Right about the Future of Business Enterprise? The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 24:225-240 (July, 1965).
The roles played by the machine process, business enterprise, and dynastic politics in modern life.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Fredericks, Marshall. Fra Risør til Rock Island. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:130 (June, 1958).
A sketch of the Norwegian-American sculptor, Marshall Fredericks, of Rock Island, Illinois.
Volume 20, 1959

Fremmegaard, A. "Little Norway" i Wisconsin. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 22:418-420 December,
1929).
An account, with illustrations, of "Little Norway," a model of a Norwegian gaard constructed by Mr. Isak Dahle of Chicago at Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
Volume 5, 1930

FRIDLEY, RUSSELL W. About the Runestone Site. Minnesota History News, February, 1966.
Statement by the director of the Minnesota Historical Society regarding the Society’s stand on the authenticity of the Kensington runestone.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Friedman, Murray, ed. Jewish Life in Philadelphia, 1830-1940. Philadelphia, 1983. 353 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Friedman, Philip S. “The Danish Community of Chicago.” The Bridge, 8,1: 5-95 (1985).
This whole issue of The Bridge is devoted to Friedman’s study of the Danish community in Chicago.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Friedman, Philip S. “The Danish Community of Chicago.” The Bridge, 8, 1: 5-95 (1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

FRIEDMAN, PHILIP S. A Danish-American Bibliography. Scandinavian Studies, 48: 441-444 (1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J. "The Scandinavian of the Month." Scandinavian- American Bulletin, 28:10-11
(February-March, 1983).
Martin Allwood, who through his many writings and translations has done much to further cultural communications between the English-speaking and the Scandinavian-speaking worlds.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J. "The Scandinavian of the Month." Scandinavian-American Bulletin, 28:10-12 (May,
1983).
Donald V. Mehus, a well-known Norwegian-American educator, author, and journalist.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J. Norsk-amerikanerne har alltid satt idretten høyt; mange på toppen. Nordisk Tidende, October 6, 13, 1966.
Historical sketch of the Norwegian Turner Club, the Norseman Cycle Club, and the Skytterlaget Tordenskiold in Brooklyn.
---------- Stor kulturformidling tapt når Fjellangers Bokhandel på 8th Avenue legges ned. Nordisk Tidende, January 23, 1969.
A center of culture was lost when Fjellanger’s Book Store on 8th Avenue in Brooklyn closed.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J. The American-Scandinavian Foundation 1910- 1960: A Brief History. New York, 1961. 135 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

FRIIS, ERIK J. The Cleng Peerson Memorial Institute. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 11, 1-2 (November, 1972).
An institute honoring Cleng Peerson has been founded under the auspices of George Joa in Stavanger for the purpose of gathering all available material dealing with emigration from Norway.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J. Ties Bound by 150 Years. Scandinavian Review, 63: 54-63 (No. 4, 1975).
Norwegians on both sides of the Atlantic celebrate the immigration sesquicentennial.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

FRIIS, ERIK J., ed. The Norwegian Club, Inc., 1904-1964. Brooklyn, 1964. 104 p.
History of Det Norske Selskab and its activities. Reviewed in American- Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

FRIIS, ERIK J., ed. The Scandinavian Presence in North America. New York, 1976. 266 pp.
Record of a conference of specialists in Scandinavian-American life, Minneapolis, May 2-3, 1973. Program concentrated on an analysis of Scandinavian and Finnish institutions and their likely future.
---------- They Came from Norway: A Sesquicentennial Review. New York, 1975. 112 pp.
Includes articles by Odd S. Lovoll, Peter A Munch, Kenneth O. Bjork, Einar Haugen, Carl Soyland, Kjell Jordheim, Sigurd Daasvand, Einar Bergh, and Knight E. Hoover.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

FRIIS, ERIK J., ed. The Scandinavian-American Bulletin. This bulletin is published monthly by the Scandinavian-American Business Association of greater New York. It carries articles of interest about all the Scandinavian countries. A special feature is “The Scandinavian of the Month,” a brief article by the editor honoring a person of Scandinavian blood who has achieved distinction in some particular field.
Volume 28, 1979

Friis, Erik J., ed. The Scandinavian-American Bulletin.
This bulletin is published monthly by the Scandinavian-American Business Association of Greater New York. It carries articles of interest about all the Scandinavian countries. A special feature is “The Scandinavian of the Month,” a brief article by the editor honoring a person of Scandinavian blood who has achieved distinction in some particular field.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Friman, Axel. “150 Years Since First Swedes Arrived in Wisconsin.” Swedish American Genealogist, 8, 4: 153-159 (December, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

FRIMAN, AXEL. Gustaf Unonius and Pine Lake: Joining the Episcopal Church. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 21-33 (1978).
A prominent and controversial Swedish immigrant who became an Episcopalian minister.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

FRIMAN, AXEL. On the Trail of Early Wisconsin Swedes. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 12:10-16 (January, 1961).
An account of the author’s search for antecedents and relatives in America.
Volume 21, 1962

FRIMAN, AXEL. Swedish Emigration to North America, 1820- 1850. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 27: 153-177 (1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

FRØLAND, DAGFINN. Han gir verden bedre korn. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62:65-67 (March-April, 1969).
Norman Borlaug, farmer’s son from Cresco, Iowa, is world famous for his research in grain production.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Fryxell, Fritiof and Ann Boaden. “Meeting at Sea,” in The Parkander Papers: a Festschrift honoring Dr. Dorothy J. Parkander. Rock Island, Illinois, 1988, pp. 44-48.
Fryxell and Sigrid Undset were fellow passengers on the S. S. President Cleveland in 1940 when Undset fled the Nazis and journeyed to the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

FRYXELL, FRITIOF. A Painter of Yosemite. American-Scandinavian Review, 27:329-333 (December, 1939).
The story of Chris Jorgensen (1860-1955), an immigrant of 1870.
Volume 12, 1941

Fur, Gunlög. “The Making of a Legend: Joe Hill and the I.W.W.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 3: 101-113 (July, 1989).
The Swedish immigrant Joel Hägglund (1879-1915) as the labor leader Joe Hill became active in the labor organization, Industrial Workers of the World. He was tried and executed for murder in 1915 and became a martyr of the labor movement.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Fure, Norma Sime. I remember when: a journal. [Richfield, Minn.: Stan Fure, 1996]. 87 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

Furman, Anastasia. “What Was the Yeppo of Yesteryear?” Winchester Academy Round Table, 1986, 25-28.
An account of a Norwegian-American outdoor game.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

FURUSETH, ANDREW
Andrew Furuseth. Sons of Norway, 58:172 (September, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

FURUSETH, ANDREW
Soren Roinestad and Conrad Wahle. Andrew Furuseth. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:242-243 (September, 1967).
Sketch of the “Abraham Lincoln” of the seas.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

G

Gaasland, Mildred. Mindy: farmer's daughter, farmer's wife. 3rd print. Glenwood, Minn.: Pekin Publications, 1995. 166 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

GABRIELSEN, THOR. Et norsk kulturfremstøt i USA. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49: 188-191 (September, 1956).
An account of Norwegian studies at the University of Chicago.
Volume 20, 1959

GADE, F. G. En nordmann i Texas. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 2: 82-83 (March, 1933).
A sketch, with portrait, of Axel Arneson, Norwegian-American of Texas.
Volume 8, 1934

GADE, John A. All My Born Days. New York, Scribner, 1942. 408 p.
Volume 13, 1943

GADE, JOHN A. All My Born Days: Experiences of a Naval Intelligence Officer in Europe. New York, 1949. 408 p.
Volume 18, 1954

GADE, JOHN A. The Question of Norwegian Relief. American-Scandinavian Review, 31:207-213 (September, 1943).
Volume 14, 1944

GAGE, GENE G. Scandinavian Studies in the United States. American-Scandinavian Review, 60:153-56 (June, 1972).
Studies at American colleges and universities.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH. A New Theory of Thorstein Veblen. American Heritage, 24:32-40 (April, 1973).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

GALLAWAY, LOWELL E., and VEDDER, R. Emigration from the United Kingdom to the United States: 1860-1913. Journal of Economic History, 31:885-97 (December, 1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

GALLO, P. J. Old Bread, New Wine: A Portrait of the Italian-Americans. Chicago, 1981. xi, 365 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Gamle amerikabrev. Hallingen, 68:18-22 (March, 1975).
Letters from Mrs. Ole Nilsen Gudmundsrud to her parents in Hallingdal.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Gamle amerikabrev. Hallingen, 68:24-29 (June, 1975.)
America letters from Ole Nilsen Gudmundsrud to relatives in Hallingdal. They were written from Estherville, Iowa, in 1868. More letters from Gudmundsrud are in Hallingen, 68:27-30 (September, 1975) and 68:27-29 (December, 1975).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Gammelt brev fra Vasfaret til Amerika. Hallingen, December, 1968.
A letter written in 1893 to Cooperstown, North Dakota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

GANDRUD, EBENHARD S. Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1947; History of Richwood Evangelical Lutheran Church, Richwood Township, Becker County, Minnesota. n. p., 1947. 30 p.
Volume 17, 1952

GARA, LARRY. A Short History of Wisconsin. Madison, 1962. 286 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Garborg-slegti i Amerika. JUL I VESTERLAND, 1930, p. 14--17.
An unsigned article on the genealogy of the Garborg family in America. Gasmann, Johan. See entry under Qualey, Carlton C.
Volume 6, 1931

Garborg-slegti i Amerika. JUL I VESTERLAND, 1930, p. 14-17.
An unsigned article on the genealogy of the Garborg family in America.
Volume 6, 1931 (article)

GARCIA, MARIO J. Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of E1 Paso, 1880-1920. New Haven, 1981, xii,
316 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

GARMANN, CARL. På fremmed, men fri grunn. De tok et Norge med seg, 138-146 (Oslo, 1957).
The work of the League of Norsemen during World War II.
Volume 20, 1959

GARNAAS, STEN P. Paa tømmerhugst i Whatcom County, Washington, i 1903. Hallingen, 181:5-9 (December, 1957).
Lumbering in Whatcom County, Washington, in 1908.
Volume 20, 1959

GARNAAS, TOLLOF B. "Reminiscences of Early Pioneer Days." Hallingen, June, 1983, 8-10.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

GARNETT, EVE. To Greenland’s icy Mountains. New York, 1968. 190 p.
Story of Hans Egede and his missionary work in Greenland. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Autumn, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Gasmann, Johan. See entry under Qualey, Carlton C.
Volume 6, 1931

Gassmann, Günter. “Anglican-Lutheran Convergence and the Anticipation of Full Communion,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies (1997), 34(1): 1-12.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Gates, Paul W. The campaign of the Illinois central railroad for Norwegian and Swedish
immigrants. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:66--88 (1931).
This campaign took place during the fifties and sixties of the last century. Activities in Norway and Sweden are given extensive treatment, as are also resulting settlements in this country, with special mention of the colony at Paxton, Illinois.
Volume 7, 1933

Gaukstad, Even. “Utvandrerne og det Norge de forlot.” Maihaugen, 1980-1985: 9-37.
The exhibit by this name about the emigrants and the country they left is described in text and pictures.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gauldalsminne. Årbok for Gauldal historielag, 1992.
The entire volume deals with emigration and emigrants from Gauldalen, Sør-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

GAUS, JOHN M. «With Great Price.» Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:210-212 (1959).
A review of Kenneth O. Bjork’s West of the Great Divide.
Volume 21, 1962

GAUSTAD, EDWIN SCOTT. A Religious History of America. New York, 1966. 421 p.
Reviewed in Pacific Northwest Quarterly, April, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

GAUSTAD, INGRID. Grunnlaget for utvandringen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 29:207-209 (July, 1936).
In this brief study of the causes of emigration from Norway, the author emphasizes the economic factors, resulting from overpopulation and hard times, and the opening of America, which became a dreamland to the growing generation, the emigration beginning in the rural districts where the pressure was greatest and later extending to the cities. The article was reprinted in Sønner af Norge, 33: 268 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

GAUSTAD, INGRID. Utvandringen til Amerika 1866-73. Historisk tidsskrift (Oslo, Norway), 31:237-
279 (1938).
This is largely a statistical study of emigration to America during the years covered, with
emphasis on economic causes. Population in Norway was doubled during 1815-65. Emigration took
out 63 per cent of the birth surplus during 1865-73; but, with the coming of hard times in the United
States in 1873, emigration diminished.
Volume 11, 1940

Georges, R. A. and Stern, S. American and Canadian Ethnic Folklore: An Annotated Bibliography. New York, 1982. xix, 484 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Gerrard, Nelson S. The Icelandic Heritage. Arborg, Manitoba, Canada, 1986. 127 pp.
A general history of the Icelandic people with a chapter on emigration to America.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Gesme, Ann Urness. Between rocks and hard places: traditions, customs, and conditions in Norway during the 1800s, emigration from Norway, the immigrant community in America. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Gesme Enterprises, 1993. 188 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

GIÆVER, IVAR
Norseman Nobel Physicist. The Norseman, No. 6, 155-157 (1973).
The Norwegian-American scientist Ivar Giæver shared the Nobel Prize in physics for experimental discoveries regarding tunneling phenomena. This article, in Norwegian, also appeared in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 66:255-257 (1973).
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

GIAMBABBA, PAUL. Early Explorers of America. Centerville, Massachusetts, 1967. 95 p.
Treats of the explorers from the Phoenicians to John Cabot and includes the Vikings.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

GIBSON, LOIS L. "Sanderson-Mehus: Unto a New Land." Hallingen, December, 1983, 21-27.
History of two Halling families in America.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Giere, Arthur F. How to write the family history. Northfield, Minnesota, 1930. 23 p.
A booklet of instructions on how to write a genealogy, especially adapted to the Norwegian-American group.
Volume 6, 1931

Giere, Arthur F. How to write the family history. Northfield, Minnesota, 1930. 23 p.
A booklet of instructions on how to write a genealogy, especially adapted to the Norwegian-American group.
Volume 6, 1931

GIERE, ARTHUR F. Willmar Seminary 1902. Minnesota Posten, August 22, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

GIERE, NILS. Minder fra nybyggertiden: Hjemmet ved kirkeveien. Hallingen, 190:3-5 (March, 1960).
This sketch, written in 1925, was translated from English by Peder H. Nelson; it deals with frontier life in Minnesota. Golden Anniversary of Evinrude Outboard. Sons of Norway, 56:131 (July, 1959).
A biographical sketch of Ole Evinrude.
Volume 21, 1962

GIESKE, M. L. Minnesota Farmer-Laborism: The Third-Party Alternative. Minneapolis, 1979. ix, 389
pp.
Men like Henrik Shipstead, Floyd B. Olson, and Elmer Benson were prominent leaders in the third-party movement.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Gieske, Millard L. “The Americanization of a Norwegian Immigrant: Knute Nelson.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 101- 120.
Knute Nelson was one of the most powerful of American politicians as governor of Minnesota and senator.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

GIESKE, MILLARD L., ed. Some Civil War Letters of Knute Nelson. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 17-50 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Gieske, Millard, and Steven J. Keillor. Norwegian Yankee: Knute Nelson and the failure of American politics, 1860-1923. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1995. 426 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Gilbertson, Donald E. “Norwegian Antiques: Recognition of a Rich Wisconsin Heritage.” Antique Review, September, 1987, 37-41.
A well-illustrated article discussing items brought from Norway by immigrants, articles constructed by immigrants to furnish their homes, and articles imported for commercial purposes.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

GILBERTSON, GENA LEE. Big Grove Lutheran Church 75th Anniversary, 1867-1942. Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1942. 98 p.
Volume 14, 1944

Gilbertson, Laurann. Handweaving in the Norwegian tradition. Decorah, Ia.: Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, 1997. 30 pp.; ill. A catalog accompanying the exhibition “Preserving the Tradition.”
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

GILMAN, RHODA R. "A Land of Migrants." Roots, 12:3-19 (Fall, 1983).
A survey of immigration to Minnesota.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Gilseth, Margaret Chrislock. Julia’s Children: A Norwegian Immigrant Family in Minnesota. St. Charles, Minnesota, 1987. 443 pp.
“Although the focus is on the second generation, we become involved in three generations from the 1870s to World War II.” Foreword by Carl H. Chrislock.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

GIMMESTAD, L. M. Albert Mathiason. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1934, 45-50.
A biographical treatment of a man from Nordfjord who emigrated to America in 1892.
---------- Hundreaarsfesten i Minneapolis, Minn., i 1925; et historisk rids. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1936, 5-29.
The Norse-American centennial celebration in 1925. The celebration, however, was held at the Minnesota state fair grounds in St. Paul and not in Minneapolis.
Volume 9, 1936

GIMMESTAD, L. M. Bygdelagenes kulturbetydning; tale paa bygdelags fellesmøtet i Minneapolis i 1930. Hallingen, 118:28-32 (March, 1942); 119:12-16 (June, 1942).
The cultural influences of the Norwegian-American bygdelags.
Volume 13, 1943 (article)

Gimmestad, L. M. Bygdelagsbevægelsen i de Forenede Stater. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:181-184 (June, 1930).
A similar article on the bygdelag movement in the United States was noted last year as having appeared in Skandinaven almanak og kalender for 1929, and other articles of like content by the same author have appeared elsewhere.
Volume 6, 1931 (article)

Gimmestad, L. M. Bygdelagsbevægelsen i de Forenede Stater. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:181-184 (June, 1930).
A similar article on the bygdelag movement in the United States was noted last year as having appeared in Skandinaven almanak og kalender for 1929, and other articles of like content by the same author have appeared elsewhere.
Volume 6, 1931

Gimmestad, L. M. Bygdelagsbevægelsen. SKANDINAVEN ALMANAK OG KALENDER, 1929, p.
97-103.
A summary of the bygdelag movement, followed by a list of forty-seven bygdelags now active.
Volume 5, 1930

GIMMESTAD, L. M. Hundreaars-festen, et betydningsfuldt historisk dokument. Skandinavens almanak-kalender, 1936, 32-53.
Appeared previously in Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1936, 5-29, as noted in the previous list.
Volume 10, 1938

GIMMESTAD, L. M. Nordfjordingernes historie i Amerika. Minneapolis, The Lutheran Free Church Publishing Company, [ 1940 ].
The story of many new Americans whose place of origin was Nordfjord, Norway. Reviewed in Skandinaven (Chicago), August 20, 1940.
Volume 12, 1941

Gimnes, Trygve. Norske ingeniører i New York. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 25:38--39
(February, 1932).
Norwegian engineers in New York.
Volume 7, 1933

Gjære, Tore P “Family of Kristen Vestre.” Årsskrift. Ørskog historielag, 1990, I: 3, 23-27.
The family emigrated to the United States from ørskog, Møre og Romsdal.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

GJÆVENES, MARTIN. Utvandringen frå Sykkylven. Oslo, 1957. 227 p.
An account of the emigration from the district of Sykkylven in Møre, Norway.
Volume 20, 1959

Gjerde, Jon. “Chain Migration from the West Coast of Norway.” A Century of European Migrations, 158-181.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gjerde, Jon. “Conflict and Community: a Case Study of the Immigrant Church in the United States. ”Journal of Social History, 19, 4: 681-697 (Summer, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gjerde, Jon. From Peasants to Farmers: The Migration from Balestrand, Norway, to the Upper-Middle West. New York, 1985. xiv, 319 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Gjermundsen, Jon Ola. “En reise til Amerika.” Årbok for Nord-Østerdalen, 1984: 5-12.
A journey from Norway to America in 1871.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

GJERSET, KNUT
David T. Nelson. Knut Gjerset. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:27-53 (1972).
A biographical sketch of a leading Norwegian-American historian.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

Gjerset, Knut. Den nyere tid i det norske Amerika; utdrag av et foredrag holdt i Decorah. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 22:75-77 (March, 1929).
An abstract of an address given at Decorah, Iowa, on conditions among the Norwegian immigrants and their descendants in America.
---------- Det norsk-amerikanske museum i Decorah, Ia. SØNNER AF NORGE, 25:380-386 (December,
1928).
A sketch of the Norwegian-American museum in Decorah, with illustrations.
---------- A Norwegian-American Landnamsman: Ole S. Gjerset. Norwegian-American historical
association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 3:82-100 (1928); reprinted in MINNESOTA
HISTORY, 10: 273-293 September, 1929).
An account of emigration from Norway and settlement in Minnesota was experienced by an educated Norwegian farmer and his family.
Volume 5, 1930

GJERSET, KNUT. Norwegian sailors in American waters; a study in the history of maritime activity on
the eastern seaboard.
Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1933.
271p.
A Norwegian review appears in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:177-179 (June, 1933).
Volume 8, 1934

Gjerset, Knut. The historical background of Norwegian American Lutheranism. LUTHERAN
HERALD, 16:615--616, 649--650, 682-683 (May 17, 24, 31, 1932).
A scholarly treatment and explanation of the forces that produced and determined the nature of the Lutheran organizations among the Norwegian groups in this country.
--------The Norwegian-American historical museum. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
AND RECORDS, 6:153--161 (1931).
A much more extensive and comprehensive statement regarding the history, status, and prospects of the Norwegian-American historical museum than has been published heretofore. The museum is located on the campus of Luther college at Decorah, Iowa. The article is accompanied by illustrations of cottages and interiors.
Volume 7, 1933

Gjerset, Knut. The Norwegian-American historical museum. (Decorah, Iowa, 1929.) 16 p. The same
title appears in LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:1076--1081 (August 5, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Gjerset, Knut. The Norwegian-American historical museum. (Decorah, Iowa, 1929.) 16 p. The same
title appears in LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:1076--1081 (August 5, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Gjersvik, Martin. “Karmøys rolle i utvandringen til Amerika.” Ætt og heim. Lokalhistorisk årbok for Rogaland, 1986, 153-164.
The island of Karmøy’s impact on emigration to America.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gjersvik, Martin. De som dro fra Karmøy til America =Those Who Went from Karmøy to America. Åkrehamn, Norway, 1984. 126 pp.
Parallel Norwegian and English texts.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

GJERTSEN, BERNHARD
Sverre Eide. Bernhard Gjertsen-President of N.E.S. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 23-24 (June, 1966).
Sketch of the president of the Norwegian Engineers Society of New York.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

GJERTSEN, M. FALK
Nina Draxten. Concerning M. Falk Gjertsen. Minnesota Posten, October 6, 13, 1966.
Episodes from the life of a Lutheran clergyman.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Gladhaug, Ole A. “Fra Valdres til Alaska - Historien om Mikkel Gladhaug.” Sagn og Soge i Søndre Ourdahl, 1986, 50-56.
An emigrant from South Aurdal, Valdres, first settled in Wisconsin in 1866, later explored in the West, went on to seek gold in Alaska in the 1890s, and died in Wyoming in 1901.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

GLASOE, PAUL M. Ernest Orlando Lawrence. American-Scandinavian Review, 28:60 (March, 1940).
This is Lawrence of electron fame.
Volume 12, 1941

GLASOE, PAUL M. Norse cultural influence in America. Lutheran herald, 20:1215-1217 (December 15, 1936).
The article emphasizes music.
Volume 10, 1938

GLASOE, PAUL MAURICE. A Singing Church. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:92-107 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

GLASRUD, CLARENCE A. and RANKIN, DIANA M., eds. A Heritage Deferred: The German-Americans in Minnesota. Moorhead, Minnesota, 1981. 168 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

GLASRUD, CLARENCE A. Boyesen and the Norwegian Immigration. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:15-45 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

GLASRUD, CLARENCE A. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Northfield, 1963. 245 p.
Study of a Norwegian-American author and scholar.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Glasrud, Clarence A., ed. A Heritage Fulfilled: German-Americans. Moorhead, Minnesota, 1984. 237 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

GLASS, DUDLEY, Norge “Down Under.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:207-209 (October, 1971).
Some Norwegian contributions to Australian development.
---------- Scandinavian Builders of Australia. American-Scandinavian Review, 60:28-36 (March, 1972).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

GLAZER, SIDNEY. The Middle West: A Study of Progress. New York, 1962. 135 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

GLENVILLE, MINNESOTA. ROUND PRAIRIE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Round Prairie Lutheran Church Diamond Jubilee, 1865-1940, Sunday, September 22, 1940. n.p., n.d. 61 p.
Volume 14, 1944

GODFREY, WILLIAM S. Vikings in America: Theories and Evidence. American Anthropologist, 57 :35-43 (February, 1955).
An attempt to summarize the evidence pro and con concerning viking discovery and settlement in North America.
Volume 19, 1956

Godoy, Bjorn A. “Echo, Minnesota,” video. [United States, s.n., 1995]. 1 videocassette, 24 minutes, color with black and white sequences. ¾ inch, U-matic format. Examines the Norwegian heritage of the town of Echo in Yellow Medicine county.
Volume 35, 2000 (other media)

Goesslelman, Rosella, trans. Letters Written to Helge Gundersen Skare and Others From Friends & Relatives in America. Np., 1988. 45 pp.
Published by the Sigdalslag. The letters cover the period 1840 to 1871 written in America to the family in Eggedal, Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

GOL, NORWAY. Boka om Gol, vol. 2. Gol, Hallingdal, Norway, 1963. 500 p.
The period 1837-1940 is covered; included are pictures and sketches of emigrants from Gol to America.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

GOLDSTEIN, THOMAS E. Conceptual Patterns Underlying the Vinland Map. Renaissance News, 19:321-331 (Winter, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Golf, Olav. “Red Wing Seminarium. Et haugiansk skoletiltak i America.” University of Oslo, 1994. 345 pp. Doctoral dissertation.
A history of Red Wing Seminary, a Haugean institution.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Golf, Olav. Vandringsmannen Elling Eielsen: Haugianerhøvdingen som ble kirkegrunnlegger og skolepioner i Amerika. Oslo: O. Golf, 1996. 160 pp.; ill. Title trans.: Wanderer Elling Eielsen: The Haugean leader who became a church founder and school pioneer in America.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

GOLTEN, SIGURD
The Scandinavian of the Month: Sigurd Golten. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, January, 1968.
Success story of Sigurd Golten, engineer and manufacturer of engine parts in Brooklyn.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

GOMSRUD, A. S. Scandinavia-U. S. A. East Norwalk, Connecticut, 1956.
A directory of Scandinavian official, commercial, and social organizations in the United States.
Volume 19, 1956

GOMSRUD, ARTHUR E., ed. Scandinavia in U.S.A. Norwalk, Connecticut, 1959. 80 p.
A handbook containing data about official Scandinavian organizations in the United States, Scandinavian imports to the United States, travel in the Scandinavian countries, and so forth.
Volume 20, 1959

GOODWIN, WILLIAM B. The Truth about Leif Ericsson and the Greenland Voyages. Boston, Meador Publishing Company, 1941. 445 p.
Volume 12, 1941

GOPLERUD, PER. “The Church That Was Lost”: The Hedal Church, Norway. Minnesota Posten, May 2, 1968.
This account includes excerpts from America letters and conversations with Americans concerning the lost Hedalen church.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

GRAEBNER, ALAN. Uncertain Saints: The Laity in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, 1900-1970. Westport, Connecticut, 1975. xiii, 284 pp.
“The gradual emergence of the laity as German immigrants became Americanized.”
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

GRAND MARAIS, MINNESOTA. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH. The First Fifty Years, Bethlehem Lutheran Church. n.p., 1949. 25 p.
Volume 16 1950

Granhaug, Peder. “Dagbok fra en utvandrer for 60 år siden.” Lautin. lokalhistorisk årbok for Løten, 1991, I: 17,101-104.
The diary of an emigrant from 1927.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Granhus, Odd-Stein. “Emil Lauritz Mengshoel. Sosialistik avisutgiver og forfatter.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 121-128.
Mengshoel (1866-1945) was born in Gjøvik and emigrated to the United States in 1888. He became the founder and editor of the socialist newspaper Gaa Paa of Minneapolis.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Granhus, Odd-Stein. “Socialist Dissent among Norwegian Americans: Emil Lauritz Mengshoel, Newspaper Publisher and Author.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 27-72.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

GRANSKOU, CLEMENS M. St. Olaf College. American-Scandinavian Review, 32:205-215 (September, 1944).
A historical outline of the college. Also issued as a reprint in St. Olaf College Bulletin, 40:1-15 (November, 1944).
Volume 15, 1949

Granum, Johan. Gamle amerikabrev. Årbok/Ringsaker. Veldre og Brøttum historielag, 1990: 127-131.
Letter to Ole Olsen Lillehagen in Lismarka, Hedmark, from his children in the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gravem, Arnfinn. “Hadelandslaget i Amerika 90 år. En oversikt over lagets historie og en kort biografi av lagets første formann.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1990: 22-27.
The Hadeland bygdelag in America’s 90 years and a short biography of Thomas A. Walby (1861-1942), the first president.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gravem, Arnfinn. “Han Ola og han Per i en norsk-amerikansk tegneserie med Hadelandstilsnitt.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1990: 28-33.
Decorah Posten’s comic strip contained Hadeland elements.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

GRAVEM, KNUTE L. Pioneering in Alaska. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:111-142 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

Gray, Edward F. Leif Eriksson, discoverer of America, A. D. 1003. New York, Oxford University press, 1930. 188 p.
In this volume the author reexamines the evidence for Leif Eriksson's discovery of America. Mr. Gray is British consul general in the United States, stationed at Boston. Reviewed in Geographical journal, 77:380-382 (April, 1931), in American-Scandinavian review, 19:170-172 (March, 1931), and in Nordisk Tidende, 41:11 (June 11, 1931).
Volume 6, 1931

Gray, Edward F. Leif Eriksson, discoverer of America, A. D. 1003. New York, Oxford University press, 1930. 188 p.
In this volume the author reexamines the evidence for Leif Eriksson's discovery of America. Mr. Gray is British consul general in the United States, stationed at Boston. Reviewed in Geographical journal, 77:380-382 (April, 1931), in American-Scandinavian review, 19:170-172 (March, 1931), and in Nordisk Tidende, 41:11 (June 11, 1931).
Volume 6, 1931

Grayson, June. “Gerhard Naeseth: Chronicler of a People.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 87, 6: 10-11 (June, 1990).
The career of the founder of the Vesterheim Genealogical Center in Madison, Wisconsin, is described.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Grayson, June. “Nels O. Nelson: His Vision of Utopia.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 88, 1: 6-9 (January, 1991).
St. Louis businessman Nels Oliver Nelson (1844-1922) from Lillesand, Norway, established Leclaire, Illinois, a Utopian community in 1890.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Great Lakes. Pioner i lake-farten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55: 95 (April, 1962).
Centennial of Norwegian shipping on the Great Lakes.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Greene, Victor R. American Immigrant Leaders, 1800-1910: Marginality and Identity. Baltimore, 1987. xii, 181 pp.
“The chapter on the Norwegians and Swedes invites the reader to revise sonic old ideas.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Greene, Victor. A Passion for Polka: Old-Time Ethnic Music in America. Berkeley, California, 1992. 355 pp.
Includes discussion of Scandinavian-American polka bands.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Gregor, Johan. Julius Berg Baumann. JUL I VESTERLAND, 1931, p.19--20.
Recollectious of Baumann, with biographical notes.
Volume 7, 1933

Greipsland, Torbjørn. Drøm og dramatikk i det norske Amerika. Published in cooperation with Norsk utvandrermuseum and Jan Harry and Josefa Andersen. Oslo: Genesis, 1997. 225 pp.; ill. Title trans.: Dream and drama in Norwegian America.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Grevstad, Nicolay A. Norwegian-American hospital, Chicago. [Chicago] 1930. 23 p.
Contains a concise historical sketch.
Volume 5, 1930

GRIFFIN, W. D. Portrait of the Irish in America. New York, 1981. xi, 260 pp.
Guide to Swedish-American Archival and Manuscript Sources in the United States. Chicago, 1983. xxx, 600 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

GRIFFITH, ROBERT. Prelude to Insurgency: Irvine L. Lenroot andthe Republican Primary of 1908. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 49: 16-28 (Autumn, 1965).
Parts played in the campaign by James O. Davidson, Nils P. Haugen, and Herman L. Ekern.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

GRIMLEY, O. B. En høvding blandt nybyggere. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 28:159-161 (May, 1935).
The story of Peter Myhre Henricks of Norway, Minnesota, and Saskatchewan, Canada.
---------- Nybyggerliv. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:211-213, 265-267 (July, August, 1934).
Pioneering in the Nut Lake settlement of Saskatchewan, Canada.
---------- Den store folkevandring i vesterled. Norrøna, (Winnipeg), October 4, 10, 1935.
A general review of Norwegian immigration to America in the nineteenth century.
Volume 9, 1936

GRIMLEY, O. B. Et hundreårsminne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 30:80-82 (March, 1937).
An account of a celebration in Tinn, Norway, in June, 1936, commemorating the first group emigration to America from this district in Telemark a century ago.
---------- Inntryk fra min Amerikaferd. Sønner af Norge, 33:255-258, 269-270, 283-284, 311-314, 317 (1936).
Impressions on a journey to America, dealing principally with lodge matters but containing some general observations and criticisms.
Volume 10, 1938

GRIMLEY, O. B. Sluppefolket. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 41:203-205 (August, 1948).
The Norwegians who came in the sloop, "Restauration," in 1825.
Volume 16 1950

GRIMSTAD, A. F. Et norsk settlement i Oregon. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46: 274 (December, 1953).
A sketch of the Norwegian settlement near Astoria, Oregon.
Volume 19, 1956

GRINAGER, MONS
Per Th. Hvamstad. Hadelending i borgerkrigen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:64 (March-April, 1964).
A Hadelander in the Civil War. Grinager was captain in the Fifteenth Wisconsin Regiment.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Grindal, Gracia. “Dano-Norwegian Hymnody in America" Lutheran Quarterly, 6,3 (1992) 257-315.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Grindal, Gracia. “Linka Preus’ Sketches of Iowa.” The Palimpsest, 67, 4: 118-129 (July/August, 1986).
The wife of Herman Preus, pioneer pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran Synod, sketched for her own amusement between 1858 and 1866 and left a remarkable record of her life. Thirteen illustrations.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Grindal, Gracia. “The Americanization of the Norwegian Pastors’ Wives.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 199-208 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Grinder, Hans Olson. Civil War Diary of Hans Olson Grinder, edited by Albert O. Grender. [Nekoosa, Wis: A. O. Grender], 1997. 93 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

GRIPENBERG, ALEXANDRA. Ett halvår i Nya Varlden: Strödda resbilder från Förenta Staterna. Helsingfors, 1973. 198 pp.
Haifa year in the New World: scattered travel impressions from the United States, as viewed by a Swedo-Finnish visitor in 1888. Edited by Olav Panelius.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

GRONNA, ASLE J.
William W. Phillips. Growing Up with the Country. North Dakota Quarterly, 39:18-28 (Summer, 1971).
The early years of Asle Jorgenson Gronna, Norwegian-American political leader in North Dakota.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

GROSE, I. F. En pionergutts oplevelser i et hjørne av Goodhue County. Samband, 10:50-64
(September, 1934).
Reminiscences of childhood days in Goodhue County, Minnesota.
Volume 9, 1936

GROSE, I. F. A Pioneer Boy's Experiences in a Corner of Goodhue County. Our Young People
(Minneapolis), September 4, 11, 18, 1938.
A translation of an article which appeared in Samband, 10:50-64 (September, 1934), with the
title, "En pionergutts oplevelser i et hjørne av Goodhue County," which was listed ante, 9:108.
Volume 11, 1940

Grose, L. F. The beginnings of St. Olaf College. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5: 110-121 (1930).
A brief survey, with due credit to Pastor B. J. Muus as the real founder of the institution.
Volume 6, 1931

Grose, L. F. The beginnings of St. Olaf College. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5: 110-121 (1930).
A brief survey, with due credit to Pastor B. J. Muus as the real founder of the institution.
Volume 6, 1931

Grøt, Gudbrand. “Eggen-slekta borte fra Haltdalen -- vokste seg stor i Amerika.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 62-68.
The Eggen family emigrated from Haltdalen, Sør-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Grøt, Gudbrand. “Haltdalen, Ålen og Singsås bygdelag, samlingspunkt på Dakota-prærien.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 58-61.
A Norwegian bygdelag in North Dakota.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

GROTH, ANTON C. Groth family record, including Houg, Gulbransgaard, Nasby, Halstenson, and Finnesgaard branches, 1724-1934. [h.p., n.d.] 66 p.
A list of names preceded by a historical introduction. The author writes from St. Ansgar, Iowa.
Volume 9, 1936

GROTH, ANTON. Groth Family History. Hallingen, 171:15-19 (June, 1955).
Volume 19, 1956

GROTTE, BRITA. Optegnelser om min slekt. Hallingen, 150:5-9 (March, 1950).
Genealogy of the author's family.
Volume 16 1950

GRUNDY, ALLAN G. The Influence of Veblen on Mid-Century Institutionalism. American Economic Review, 48:11-20 (May, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

GRUNT, OLAF PAUS. Norse Seamen in American Ports. American-Scandinavian Review, 30:348-851 (December,
Deals with libraries, missions, and educational and recreational facilities furnished the sailors.
Volume 14, 1944

GUDMUNDSON, GUDMUND
Erik Bye. Gudmund Gudmundson: Et borgerkrigs portrett. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 66:259-263 (1973).
A sketch and a poem inspired by a picture of the Civil War veteran Gudmund Gudmundson.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Gudmundson, Wayne. Testaments in Wood: Finnish Log Structures at Embarrass, Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1991. 83 pp.
Contains 45 photographs.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

GUDMUNDSRUD, STOR-OLAF NILSEN
Stor-Olaf Nilsen Gudmundsrud. Hallingen, June, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

GUDMUNDSSON, FINNBOGI, ed. and comp. Foreldrar minir. Reykjavik, 1956. 235 p.
A compilation of short biographies of Icelandic pioneers in Canada and the United States.
Volume 21, 1962

Gukild, Bjarne. Red. Nicolay A. Grevstad. NORDEN, 3: 11, 23 (July, 1931).
A report of an interview with Nicolay A. Grevstad, newspaper man and diplomat, editor of Skandinaven from 1892 to 1911, foreign representative of the United States, business man, and again editor of Skandinaven since 1930.
Volume 7, 1933

GULBRANDSEN, HJALMAR G.
Fra Jevnaker til New Bedford. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:261 (November, 1963).
Norwegians in the glassworks.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

GULBRANDSON, ESTHER
Esther Gulbrandson hedres: St. Olaf professor har virket I 42 år for Forbundet. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:38-39 (1974).
A brief account of the work of Professor Esther Gulbrandson in behalf of the preservation of Norwegian culture in America.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Gulbrandson. Norskdommens forkjemper ved St. Olaf College. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:149 (June, 1963).
Eulogy of Esther Gulbrandson, retired professor of Norwegian at St. Olaf.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

GULLAUG, MAGGIE. Norske kvinner i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:38-40 (February, 1934).
Norwegian women in Chicago and various enterprises that they have sponsored.
Volume 8, 1934

GULLBERG, BO AND ODEN, BIRGITTA. AID Analysis and Migration History. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 24: 1-30 (1976).
A critique of the automatic detector analysis system as applied to the study of Swedish migration history.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T “Peder Kristoffersen Waal: en utvandrer fra Notodden.” Årsskrift. Notodden historielag, 1986, 1,4; 66-77.
An emigrant from Notodden, Telemark.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Amerikabrev i Telemark,” Telemark Historie, 8: 7-23 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Amerikabrev til Kviteseid Fra brevsamlinga etter Olaf S. Houkom. Del II.” Gamalt frå Kviteseid, 9, Årsskrift 1994, Kviteseid,
America letters from Kviteseid, from the collection of Olaf S. Houkom.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Clarence A. Clausen, drangedøl og amerikaner.” Det var ein gong-: minner frå Drangedal, 93-127 (8, 1985).
An account of a second-generation Norwegian American and his interest in the culture of his forefathers.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “En amerikansk roman skrevet på norsk: Ole E. Rølvaag, I de dage. Bokspor. Norske bøker gjennom 350 år, Oslo, 189-202.
An American novel written in Norwegian.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Har dere nylig havt brev fra brødrene i Amerika?: Fra Niels O. Namløs’ korrespondanse, 1897-1911.” Holla-Minner, Holla Historielag, 1991, 92-114.
“Have you heard from the brothers in America?”
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “In Defense of a Norwegian-American Culture: Waldemar Ager’s Sons of the Old Country.” American Studies in Scandinavia, 19, 1: 39-52 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “John Lie og Amerika.” Telemark Historie, 103-130 (6, 1985).
An account of John Lie (1846-1916), a Norwegian novelist and poet whose works became very popular among Norwegian-American readers.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Rui-folket frå Kilen i Kviteseid reiser til Amerika.” Årbok for Telemark, 32: 21-41 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “Travel Narratives, Popular Religious Literature, Autobiography: N.N. Rønning’s Contribution to Norwegian-American Culture.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 165-204.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T. “You Can’t Go Home Again’: Norwegian-American Travel Accounts.” American Studies in Scandinavia [Denmark], 23,2 (1991), 95-104.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T., David C. Mauk, Dina Tolfsby, eds. Norwegian-American essaysOslo: NAHA-Norway. Hamar: The Norwegian Emigrant Museum, 1996. 259pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Gulliksen, Øyvind T., Ingeborg R. Kongslien, and Dina Tolfsby, eds. Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History. Oslo, 1990.216 pp. Essays from the third Norwegian-American Studies Seminar of the Norwegian-American Historical Association chapter in Norway, Hamar, 1989.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Gulliksen, Øyvind Teitereid. “Letters to Immigrants in the Midwest from the Telemark Region of Norway.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32:157-176 (1989).
Norway letters, that is, letters sent to America from Norway, affected immigrant perception of the homeland.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind Tveitereid. “Familien Wefald skriver til Amerika.” Det var ein gong - Minner frå Drangedal, 12: 70-94 (1989).
Letters from Norway to America by the Wefald family.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind Tveitereid. “Fra Gunnar Solvolds minnebok.” Holla Minner, 3: 71-84 (1989).
Published by the Holla historical society. Excerpts from the memoirs of Gunnar Solvold, an itinerant schoolteacher.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gulliksen, Øyvind Tveitereid. “Synodepresten som kulturarbeider: Andres Halvorsen Eikjarud. Wisconsin og Brooklyn, 1890-1921.” Telemark historie, 10: 61-85 (1989).
The synod minister as cultural leader. The paper was presented at the Norwegian-American Studies Seminar at Hamar in 1989.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Gullikson, Øyvind T. and Carla R. Waal. “Peder Kristoffersen Waal; En utvandrer fra Notodden.” Notodden historielag årsskrift, 4: 66-77 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

GULLIXSON, T.F. Centennial Address at Old Muskego. Minneapolis, 1943. 11 p.
Issued as no. 1 of a series of papers commemorating the hundredth anniversary of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. See also NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH OF AMERICA.
Volume 15, 1949

GULLIXSON, THADDEUS F. In the Face of the West Wind. Minneapolis, 1963. 104 p.
Frontier men and women in difficult times. Reviewed in Lutheran Standard, December 29, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

GUNDERSEN, IRENE. Emma-Lou. New York, 1958. 139 p.
A novel about Norwegian immigrants in Brooklyn during the depression years. Reviewed by Carsten Roedder in Nordisk tidende (Brooklyn), December 11, 1958.
Volume 20, 1959

GUNDERSEN, OSCAR
Nina Draxten. Oscar Gundersen and His Daughter. Minnesota Posten, August 18, 1966.
Sketch of a Chicago bookkeeper and man of letters and his daughter, Mrs. Gudrun Rom.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

GUNDERSEN, OSCAR. Av dagbogen. Norden, 4:15-17 (December, 1932).
A critical article on Jon Norstog.
Volume 8, 1934

GUNDERSON, CARL M. Leif Erikson’s Ancestry. Pacific Coast Viking (Montrose, California), October, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

GUNDERSON, CARL MAGNUS. Washington’s Norwegian Ancestry. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:38 (February, 1969).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

GUNDERSON, GUNNAR E.
The Boy Whose Name Became a By-Word. Norwegian American Commerce, 13 (August 9, 1962).
The president of Brad Foote Gear Works.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Gunderson, Ida. “Dagbok fra en reise med prærievogn fra Mitchell County i Iowa til Chippewa County i Minnesota høsten 1899.” Solør-Odal, 9, 6, no. 2: 237-244 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Gunderson, Nancy. “Displaying the Colors.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 81, 6: 288-290 (September, 1984).
Honors paid to the 15th Wisconsin Regiment, “The Norwegian Regiment,” which did valorous work during the Civil War.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

GUNDERSON, THELMA PLADSON. Pladsen Family History. Northwood, North Dakota, n. d. 96 p.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

GUNHEIM, OLAV. Dikt, draum, og rim. Santa Rosa, California, 1963. 31p.
Poems, dreams, and rhymes, and an autobiographical sketch.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

GUNHEIM, OLAV. Memories from World War One. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:308-310 (December, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

GUSHING, MARY WATKINS. The Rainbow Bridge. New York, 1954. 318 p.
The life of Olive Fremstad, the famous Metropolitan Opera star.
Volume 19, 1956

Gustavson, Erik. “The Emigration from Karlstad to America.” The Bridge, 16, 3: 75-78, 83-86 (1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

GUTERMAN, STANLEY S. The Americanization of Norwegian Immigrants: A Study in Historical Sociology. Sociology and Social Research, 52:252-270 (April, 1968).
A comparative study of acculturation in rural and urban settlements during the nineteenth century.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

GUTTORMSEN, BJARNE. Utflytterdagen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:231 (November, 1958).
A brief analysis of the emigration from Norway.
Volume 20, 1959

GVAALE, GUDRUN HOVDE. Cleng Peerson: Alfred Hauges romantrilogi. Syn og segn, vol. 71, no. 9, p. 482-492 (1965).
Survey and critique of Alfred Hauge’s trilogy of books on Cleng Peerson.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

GVAALE, GUDRUN HOVDE. O. E. Rølvaag: Nordmann og amerikanar. Bergen, 1962. 435 p.
Biography of the Norwegian-American author by a Norwegian scholar. Reviewed in Nordisk Tidende (Brooklyn), October 24, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

H

Haandbok for invandreren (til de Forenede Starer). Brooklyn, Norwegian news company, n. d. 154 p.
A guidebook for Norwegian immigrants to the United States.
Volume 6, 1931

Haandbok for invandreren (til de Forenede Starer). Brooklyn, Norwegian news company, n. d. 154 p.
A guidebook for Norwegian immigrants to the United States.
Volume 6, 1931

Haatvedt, Nils Olsen. “Amerikabrevet" Årsskrift. Rauland historielag, 1992, 1:53-56.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Haave, Arne. “Utvandrerutstilling sommeren 1989: 150 år siden de første ringsakersokninger emigrerte til Amerika.” Årbok/Ringsaker, Veldre og Brottum historielag, 1989: 14-21.
150 years ago the first Norwegians emigrated from Ringsaker in Hedmark; an exhibition held in summer, 1989.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hackly, Lloyd C. The Wooden-Shoe People: The Story of the Real Karl Oskar and Kristina. Minneapolis, 1986. 92 pp.
Illustrated history of the first Swedish settlement in Minnesota with chapters on early arrivals, founders, and memoirs and documents.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HADDELAND, KNUTE. Norsk settlementshistorie. Norrøna (Winnipeg), August 9, 16, 23, 1934.
A series of articles forming an outline history of Norwegian discoveries and settlements in America, especially in Canada, from the Vinland voyages to the present time.
Volume 9, 1936

Hadelendings. Gamalt fra Hadeland, specialnummer: Hadeland i Amerika. (January, 1964).
Hadelendings in America, including items on pioneer life, personal sketches, and Hadelandslag (society of people from the Hadeland district), and an America letter dated September 8, 1850. A special number of Hadeland i Amerika.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

HADLER, MABEL JACQUES. Pioneer Lutherans of Bisbee, Towner County, North Dakota. n.p., 1946. 279 p.
Volume 16 1950

HAFSTAD, LAWRENCE R.
Viking Profile: Lawrence R. Hafstad. From Atoms to Autos. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:76 (March, 1969).
A sketch of the General Motors vice-president in charge of research laboratories.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

HAGEN, ALBERT H. School Days of 1873, District No. 28, Yankton County, South Dakota. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1941. 27 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Hagen, Andres T. “Lydbåndopptak gjort av Lars Halingstad, som inneholder livshistorien til Andres T. Hagen,” Dølaminne, Årbok for Hallingdal (1997), I: 39-71. Transcription of the life history of Andres T. Hagen.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

HAGEN, INGEBORG REFLING. Jeg vil hem att. Oslo, 1970.
Contains all the poems bearing on emigration by one of Norway’s most noted writers. Illustrated by Olav Bjørgum.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

HAGEN, MARIT GRAFF. Vâre besteforeldres dialekt fremdeles levende i det norske Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72:164-166 (1979).
A Norwegian journalist finds that Norwegian dialects and Norwegian customs are very much alive among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

HAGEN, N. C. Vikings of the Prairie. Chicago, 1958. 206 p.
Reminiscences of three North Dakota pioneers of the early twentieth century.
Volume 21, 1962

HAGEN, S. N. The Kensington Runic Inscription. Speculum, a Journal of Medieval Studies, 25:321-356 (July, 1950).
This author believes the inscription to be genuine.
Volume 17, 1952

HAGEN, V. W. VON. The Germanic People in America. Norman, Oklahoma, 1976. xii, 404 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HAGGLUND, JOEL (“Joe Hill”)
Richard F. Snow. “Joe Hill.” American Heritage, 27: 78-79 (October, 1976).
“Joe Hill’’ emigrated from Sweden in 1910 and soon became the foremost songwriter of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.).
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

HAHN, HARLAN. Ethnic Politics and Racial Issues: Voting in Los Angeles [1969]. Western Political Quarterly, 29:719-30 (December, 1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

HAIMAN, MIECISLAUS. Poland and the American revolutionary war. Chicago, Illinois, published by
the Polish Roman Catholic union of America for the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of
George Washington, 1932. 208 p.
Chapter 7 of this volume, p. 87-101, deals with Major Caesar Augustus George Elholm (or Augustus Christian George Elholm), a Norwegian who, the author contends, was born in Tysnes parish, Norway, in 1731, the son of Abraham Hansen Elholm. Major Elholm was a soldier in Prussia, a companion of Pulaski in both hemispheres, a co-founder and adjutant general of the state of Franklin, adjutant general in Georgia, and finally a lawyer in Augusta. He died at Augusta in 1799.
Volume 8, 1934

HAIN, O. A. Mrs. Carrie Lien Rood. Samband, 8:122-126 (December, 1932).
A pioneer's life and genealogy.
Volume 8, 1934

Hakala Communications Inc. A legacy of service. [Minneapolis, Fairview Press, 1996.] A history of Fairview Hospital and the Norwegian Hospital Association, Minneapolis, with research and writing by Philip Strand. 217 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Hakstad, Sigrid T. Det Norsk-Amerikanske historiske museum. NORDEN, 3:9-10 (April-May,
1931).
This article describes the Norwegian-American historical museum at Decorah, Iowa. It is also issued as a separate with a short article on the Norwegian-American historical association.
Volume 7, 1933

Hakstad, Sigurd T. Det Norsk-amerikanske historielag. NORDEN, vol. 2, no. 8, 13-17 (December, 1930).
The Norwegian-American Historical Association is here given historical treatment. Portraits of the officers accompany the article.
Volume 6, 1931

Hakstad, Sigurd T. Det Norsk-amerikanske historielag. NORDEN, vol. 2, no. 8, 13--17 (December, 1930).
The Norwegian-American Historical Association is here given historical treatment. Portraits of the officers accompany the article.
Volume 6, 1931

HALE, FREDERICK, ed. and trans. Danes in North America. Seattle, 1984. 256 pp.
A collection of immigrant letters written by Danes in America.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HALE, FREDERICK. "The Americanization of a Danish Immigrant in Wisconsin, 1847-1872." Wisconsin Magazine of History, 64:202-215 (Spring, 1981).
The experiences of Andreas Frederiksen Herslev as revealed in his correspondence.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Hale, Frederick. “The Dano-Norwegian Department of Chicago Theological Seminary.” The Bridge, 7, 1: 12-29 (1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HALE, FREDERICK. Danes in Wisconsin. Madison, 1981.32 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HALE, FREDERICK. Marcus Hansen, Puritanism, and Scandinavian Immigrant Temperance Movements. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 18-40 (1977).
A critique of Professor Hansen’s theories about the relations between puritanism and frontier conditions.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HALE, FREDERICK. Norwegians, Danes, and the Origin of the Evangelical Free Tradition. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 82-108 (1979).
A discussion of the origin and the influence of the Evangelical Free Church of America.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Hale, Frederick. Swedes in Wisconsin. Madison, 1983. 32 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hale, Frederick. The Swiss in Wisconsin. Madison, 1984. 40 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hale, Frederick. Their Own Saga. Minneapolis, 1986. 183 pp.
Letters written by Scandinavian immigrants in the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, and several other countries in the years from the 1880s until the 1930s.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HALE, N. C. The Spirit of Man: The Sculpture of Kaare Nygaard. Austin, Texas, 1983. 159 pp. Photographs by Amy Binder.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Hale, Christopher S. “Danish Emigration to the Canadian Prairies: A Collage from the Sandemose Perspective.” Scandinavian Studies, 60, 4:497-5 10 (Autumn, 1988).
The diary and published works of Aksel Sandemose who visited Canada in 1927 and 1928 are examined for his attitudes about the New World.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HALEY, ALEX. Roots: The Saga of an American Family. New York, 1976. 587 pp.
No comments are necessary about this book, which has made an impression on America comparable to that of Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Hall, J. O. En julekvæld i nybyggerhytten paa prærien i Nord Dakota; en sand beretning fra syttiaarene om en norsk farmer-families frygtelige oplevelser. SKANDINAVEN, 63:5 (December 22, 1929).
Relates the experiences of a Norwegian farmer family in the seventies on the Dakota prairies in conflict with Indians and bad weather.
Volume 5, 1930

Hall, J. O., ed. Mindeblade om Pastor L. P. Thorkveen; et udvalg af hans skrifter samt flere biografiske skisser. Udgiver af T. P. Laingen, Odin, Minnesota. Redigeret af Dr. J. O. Hall. Chicago, John Anderson publishing company, 1930. 192 p.
A memorial volume to the late Pastor Lars Paulsen Thorkveen, 1857-1923. Thorkveen was pastor of several Norwegian Lutheran churches at St. James, Minnesota, for a period of thirty-five years, 1888-1923. Besides holding a number of offices in his church he was president of Gudbrandsdalslaget and secretary of Bygdelagenes Fællesraad. He has written articles, songs, and music. The book contains eulogies by friends, and articles, speeches, and verse by Thorkveen.
Volume 6, 1931

Hall, J. O., ed. Mindeblade om Pastor L. P. Thorkveen; et udvalg af hans skrifter samt flere biografiske skisser. Udgiver af T. P. Laingen, Odin, Minnesota. Redigeret af Dr. J. O. Hall. Chicago, John Anderson publishing company, 1930. 192 p.
A memorial volume to the late Pastor Lars Paulsen Thorkveen, 1857-1923. Thorkveen was pastor of several Norwegian Lutheran churches at St. James, Minnesota, for a period of thirty-five years, 1888-1923. Besides holding a number of offices in his church he was president of Gudbrandsdal-slaget and secretary of Bygdelagenes Fællesraad. He has written articles, songs, and music. The book contains eulogies by friends, and articles, speeches, and verse by Thorkveen.
Volume 6, 1931

HALL, R. M. Den tradisjonsrike norske picnic i Blue Earth; dens tilblivelse og historic. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 223-225 (September, 1942).
This annual picnic in Blue Earth, Minnesota, brings together large numbers of southern Minnesota residents and erstwhile neighbors from Story, Hamilton, and Hardin counties, Iowa, as well as alumni of the former Jewell Lutheran College.
Volume 13, 1943

Hallaraker, Peter. The nynorsk language in the United States. Oslo: Rådet for humanistisk forskning, NAVF: Universitetsforlaget, 1991. 165 pp.; ill. Halverson, Franklin. A time to harvest: the farm paintings of FranklinHalverson, stories by Bob Barnard; introduction by Philip Martin. Mount Horeb, Wis.: Midwest Traditions, 1993. 112 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Hallaråker, Peter. The Nynorsk Language in the United States. Oslo, Norway, 1991. 164 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Hallberg, Carl V. “Nineteenth-Century Colorado Through Swedish Eyes.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36,2: 112-132 (April, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HALLDIN, DAVID. "Pioneering in Alberta's Peace River Country." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:43-61 (1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

HALLIDAY, E. M. Carving the American Colossus: The Granite Was Tough - But So Was Gutzon Borglum. American Heritage, 28: 19-27 (June, 1977).
Borglum’s sculpture at Mount Rushmore.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HALSWICK, LOUIS. En Amerika reise i gamle dage. Nord-Norge, 188:27-31 (June, 1963).
An early trip to America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Halvorsen, Anne Marie. “Kom, Venner, hid til Graven træder. Årbok/Ringsaker, Veldre og Brøttum historielag, 1990: 132-135.
The couple Karen Fredriksdatter Lundhagen and Lars Nielsen Hemma from Hedmark are buried in Union Prairie Cemetery, Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HALVORSEN, HALLVARD, ed. Et Amerika-brev fra 1850. Skandinaven, part 2: Husbibliothek, 73:
10-12 (February 4, 1938).
This letter, dated November 21, 1850, was written by Christian Enevold (1827-98) from Jefferson County, Wisconsin, to his father in Norway. The first part of the letter is omitted. An interesting portion is the writer's mention of Marcus Thrane and Jenny Lind. Christian Enevold immigrated in 1848.
Volume 10, 1938

Halvorson, Howard. “Yule Buk,” in James Leary, ed., Wisconsin Folklore. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

HAMBRO, C. J. Amerikaferd; av emigrasjonens historie. Til den Norske Amerikalinjes 25-års jubileum. Oslo (Norway), Johan Grundt Tanum, 1935. 96 p.
An introductory section sketches in broad outlines the history of Norwegian emigration to America. The author, a distinguished Norwegian writer and political leader, then traces the story of the Norwegian-America line. The volume was occasioned by the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of that company.
Volume 9, 1936

HAMBRO, C. J. Et flagg i det fremmede. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:188-191 (August, 1957).
C. J. Hambro’s address at the fiftieth anniversary banquet of the League of Norsemen in Oslo, June 21, 1957.
---------- Nordmanns-Forbundet blir til. De tog et Norge med seg, 13-25 (Oslo, 1957).
The League of Norsemen comes into being.
Volume 20, 1959

HAMBRO, C. J. Norsk åndsliv utenfor Norge. Allers familie-journal (Oslo), Julen 1936, p. 3-5, 54-55.
An article on Norwegian culture outside of Norway, principally in the United States, touching on church schools such as Red Wing seminary, Luther college, St. Olaf college, Lutheran ladies seminary, Augsburg seminary, and Concordia college, and on publications such as Decorah-posten, Symra, Minneapolis tidende, Skandinaven, Nordmanden, and Reform, and on music, painting, sculpture, drama, and organizations such as the Sons of Norway and the bygdelags.
---------- Portræter og profiler. Oslo, Forlagt af H. Aschehoug & co.(W. Nygaard), 1937. 170 p.
This volume of "portraits and profiles" includes three Americans of note: Hans C. Heg, 1829-1863, p. 9-39; Knute Nelson, 1842-1923, p. 76-120; Magnus Swenson, 1854-1936, p. 121-134.
Volume 10, 1938

Hambro, Johan. “Fra verdensmann blant pionérene.” Norges Jul, 1985, 48-50.
An account of the vain attempt of Nils Otto Tank (1800-1864), a prominent Norwegian, to found a “Herrenhut” settlement near Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HAMBRO, JOHAN. A Golden Anniversary. Sons of Norway, 54:45 (March, 1957).
A brief history of the League of Norsemen through fifty years.
---------- La oss gjøre oss flere. De tog et Norge med seg, 258-289 (Oslo, 1957).
The activities of Norwegian organizations in foreign lands.
---------- The World League of Norsemen. Norseman, 14: 43-46 (January-February, 1956).
The story of Nordmanns-Forbundet (The League of Norsemen).
---------- ed. De tok et Norge med seg. Oslo, 1957. 302 p.
This volume deals with the history of Nordmanns-Forbundet (The League of Norsemen) on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary, and with Norwegian migration to all parts of the world. The contents are as follows: “Evig må æren være,” by Jacob Worm-Müller; Nordmanns-Forbundet blir til, by C. J. Hambro; 50 års virke, by Arne Kildal; På fremmed, men fri grunn, by Carl Garmann; Norge over alle grenser, by Oddm. Ljone; Kirken og utflytterfolket, by J. C. K. Preus; “Den hellige utferdsbølge,” by Olav G. Mykiebust; Talt og skrevet i Amerika, by Einar Haugen; Utflytterpressens saga, by Einar Lund; “La oss gjøre oss flere,” by Johan Hambro; Kan fedrearven bevares? by Wilhelm Morgenstierne.
Volume 20, 1959

HAMBRO, JOHAN. Cleng Peerson, “Peer Gynt of the Prairies.” Norseman, no. 3, p. 73-75 (1965).
--------- Norsemen in the New World. Norseman, no. 6, p. 175- 178 (1965).
Survey of Norwegians in America, from Leif Erikson to the arrival of the “Restauration”; it includes individual immigrants before 1825.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HAMBRO, JOHAN. Nordmenn i Nieuw Amsterdam. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:82-84 (May, 1966).
Sketches of prominent Norwegians in New York before 1825.
---------- Norsk avis i det fremmede. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62:90-92 (May, 1969).
Nordisk Tidende through seventy-five years.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HAMBRO, JOHAN. Norsk-amerikanerne i politikken. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:284 (December, 1962).
Norwegian Americans in political life.
---------- The Centennial of Luther College. American-Scandinavian Review, 49:272-278 (September, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HAMBRO, JOHAN. Snowshoe Thompson. American-Scandinavian Review, 46:357-364 (December, 1959).
This biography covers the twenty years that Thompson carried the mail across the Sierras.
---------- Soli Deo Gloria. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:258 (November, 1960).
A historical sketch of Luther College.
Volume 21, 1962

HAMBRO, JOHAN. The Norsemen’s Federation. American-Scandinavian Review, 57:393-396 (Winter, 1969-1970).
A report of the work of Nordmanns-Forbundet, the association which serves as a bond among Norwegians in all parts of the world.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

HAMMER, EINAR O. David Jensen -- Father of Idaho-Utah Irrigation. Sons of Norway, 56:5 (January, 1959).
Volume 21, 1962

HAMMER, EINAR O. Pioneer in Nuclear Research. Sons of Norway, 55:85 (May, 1958).
Dr. Ernest O. Lawrence, Nobel prize winner in physics.
Volume 20, 1959

HAMMER, EINAR
Einar Hammer, Sons of Norway Ex-Official, Dies. Minnesota Posten, August 26, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Hammerstrom, Lawrence G. “Christina Nilsson Turnblad, 1861-1929: From Domestic to Wealthy Matron.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 3: 114-123 (July, 1989).
The life of the wife of Swan J. Turnblad is examined; the mansion they built in Minneapolis is the home of The American-Swedish Institute.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hammerstrom, Lawrence G. “Norden Society Members in Minneapolis 1903-1906.” Swedish American Genealogist, 10, 2: 60-72 (June, 1990).
A list of members of a society organized in 1870 open to all Scandinavians, including women, but which shortly became all male and all Swedish. The list contains birthplace, birthdate, address, and date inducted. The papers of Norden are at The American Swedish Institute.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HAMRAN, HANS and HAROLD
Eneboerne i Vidalen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:112 (May, 1963).
They sailed the Atlantic in 1933 to Chicago and the World’s Fair.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HAMRE, JAMES S. "Norwegian Immigrants Respond to the 'Common' School: A Case Study of American Values and the Lutheran Tradition." Church History, 50:302-315 (September, 1981).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Hamre, James S. “Three Spokesmen for Norwegian Lutheran Academies: Schools for Church, Heritage, Society.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 221-246 (1985).
The views of Herman Amberg Preus (1825-1894), D. G. Ristad (1863-1938), and Olaf M. Norlie (1876-1962).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HAMRE, JAMES S. A Thanksgiving Day Address by Georg Sverdrup. Norwegian-American Studies, 24: 137-147 (1970).
Translation of a sermon by a famous Norwegian-American church leader and one-time president of Augsburg College.
---------- Georg Sverdrup Concerning Luther’s Principles in America. Concordia Historical Institute, Quarterly, 43: 15-22 (St. Louis, February, 1970).
A discussion of theological and political views held by Georg Sverdrup, noted theologian.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Hamre, James S. From immigrant parish to inner city ministry: Trinity Lutheran Congregation,1868-1998. Minneapolis, Minn.: The Church, 1998. 200 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

HAMRE, JAMES S. Georg Sverdrup and the Augsburg Plan of Education. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:160-183 (1974).
The educational policies of one of the early presidents of Augsburg Seminary, now Augsburg College.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Hamre, James S. Georg Sverdrup: Educator, Theologian, Churchman, Northfield, Minnesota, 1986. 218 pp.
Published as volume one in the Biographical Series of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HAMRE, JAMES S. Georg Sverdrup’s Defense of Secular Education. Lutheran Quarterly, 17:143-150 (May, 1965).
Discussion of an essay by Sverdrup entitled “Commonskolen.”
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HAMSUN, KNUT. On the Prairie: A Sketch of the Red River Valley. Minnesota History, 37:265-270 (September, 1961).
Fictional account of a threshing season on the Dalrymple farm, translated by John Christianson.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Hamsunske Amerika-inntrykk fra 1885. Nordisk Tidende, March 2, 1967.
Article by Harold S. Naess entitled “Ukjente Hamsuntekster.” Reprinted from Aftenposten.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HANDLIN, OSCAR, ed. Children of the Uprooted. New York, 1966. 551 p.
An anthology giving a historical perspective for the understanding of acculturation. Included among the writers are Marcus L. Hansen and Thorstein Veblen. Reviewed in Illinois State Historical Society, Journal, August, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HANDLIN, OSCAR. A Pictorial History of Immigration. New York, 1972. 352 pp.
A profusely illustrated history from the earliest times to the present.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HANDLIN, OSCAR. Immigration as a Factor in American History. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1959.
Volume 21, 1962

HANDLIN, OSCAR. Progress Key to American Dream. Minneapolis Star, October 15, 1973.
A discussion of the hopes, dreams, and longings which inspired generation after generation of old-world immigrants to America.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

HANDLIN, OSCAR. Race and Nationality in American Life. Boston, 1957. xiii, 300 p.
A series of essays tracing the growth and decline of racial attitudes toward ethnic minorities in the United States.
Volume 20, 1959

Handy-Marchello, Barbara. “Land, Liquor, and the Women of Hatton, North Dakota.” North Dakota History, 59,4 (1992) 22-29.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Hånes, Kåre, “Utvandring frå Vatne.” Årsskrift. Vatne sogelag, 1990, I: 15-25.
List of emigrants from Vatne, Møre og Romsdal.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

HANLEY FALLS, MINNESOTA
Yellow Medicine Lutheran Church: 100 Years of God’s Grace, 1868-1968. 47 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

HANSEN, BLAINE. The Norwegians of Luther Valley. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 28:422-430 (June, 1945).
The location is north and west of Beloit, Wisconsin.
Volume 15, 1949

HANSEN, C. FREDERICK. Marcus Lee Hansen, Historian of Immigration. Common Ground,
2: 73-76 (Summer 1942),
Also issued as a reprint.
Volume 14, 1944

HANSEN, C. G. O. Da Bjørnson gjæstet Amerika. Minneapolis tidende, December 8, 1932, p. 3, 5.
Bjørnson's visit to America.
---------- Glimt fra livet i det norske Amerika. Minneapolis tidende, November 17, 1932-May 25, 1933.
The editor of Minneapolis tidende continues under this title his extensive and valuable series concerning the Norwegians in America. The Norwegian settlements in Story County, Iowa, are given special treatment. The author discusses the migration from the Fox River settlement in Illinois to Huxley, Sheldahl, and Roland, Iowa, in 1855 and 1856, early life and conditions on the prairies, church history, and social life, with names of the leaders and their family histories. Other Norwegian settlements, and stories of individuals and of travel, are included. There are accounts of Gustav Unonius and John Godfrey Gasmann as representatives of the Episcopal church among the Norwegian immigrants.
Volume 8, 1934

HANSEN, C. G. O. Tvillingbyernes norske saga. Skandinaven, April 16, 1935-September 18, 1936.
This very valuable and detailed history of the Norwegians in the Twin Cities was initiated under the title, "Sagaen om tvillingbyernes første norske." The articles deal with all manner of activities, political, social, religious, and artistic.
Volume 9, 1936

HANSEN, CARL G. O. Av norsk støpning. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 32: 278-281 (September, 1939).
Biographical sketches of Knute Nelson, Thorstein Veblen, Andrew Furnseth, and others.
---------- The Discovery and First Settlements of America. Nordisk tidende, October 5, 1939.
Volume 11, 1940

HANSEN, CARL G. O. First 19th Century Immigration to U.S. Sons of Norway, 45:338-340 (December, 1948).
---------- Leif Erikson Coming into His Own. [Minneapolis], 1949. 8 p.
---------- Norwegian Societies in America. Sons of Norway, 46:46-50 (February, 1949).
---------- The Story of Marcus Thane. Sons of Norway, 46:17-19 (January, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

Hansen, Carl G. O. Glimt fra livet i det norske Amerika. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, January 3-April
18, November 7-December 26, 1929; January 2-March 13, 1930.
A series of historical articles, continued from 1928, based largely upon contemporary newspaper material. The installments from January 3 to April 18, 1929, deal primarily with pioneer settlements in Rock County, Wisconsin. The installments beginning November 7 tell about Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson's visit to America, 1880-81.
Volume 5, 1930

HANSEN, CARL G. O. History of Sons of Norway, an American Fraternal Organization of Men and Women of Norwegian Birth or Extraction. Minneapolis, 1944. 431 p.
Also published serially in Sønner af Norge (Sons of Norway), 1940-1944.
--------Sønner af Norges femti års jubileum. Nordmanns-forbundet, 37:168 171 (July-August, 1944).
A sketch of the history of the Sons of Norway Lodge and a report on the celebration in Minneapolis, August 10-12, 1944.
Volume 15, 1949

HANSEN, CARL G. O. My Minneapolis. Minneapolis posten, beginning October 6, 1955.
The memoirs of a famous Norwegian-American editor and cultural leader; a series that is still running.
---------- Our New Supreme President. Sons of Norway, 51:187 (October, 1954).
A statement about Mr. Gerhard N. Sonnesyn, new supreme president of the Sons of Norway lodge.
---------- 17th of May during the Years in America. Sons of Norway, 50:83-87, 89, 93 (May, June, 1953).
A brief history of Seventeenth-of-May celebrations among Norwegian Americans.
---------- The Ole Bull Monument in Loring Park, Minneapolis. Sons of Norway, 51:158-160 (August,
1954).
About Ole Bull, the monument, and Seventeenth-of-May celebrations in Minneapolis.
Volume 19, 1956

HANSEN, CARL G. O. My Minneapolis. Minneapolis, 1956. 405 p.
The autobiography of a well-known Norwegian-American editor. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, January, 1958.
Volume 20, 1959

HANSEN, CARL
Donald K. Watkins. Carl Hansen, Prairie Iconoclast. The Bridge, 2: 7-18 (1979).
Carl Hansen was a prominent Danish-American author.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

HANSEN, CARL, G. O. Den norske presse i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 117-122 (May, 1942).
-------- Sønner af Norge. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 8-15 (January, 1942.
A historical account of the Sons of Norway lodge and its activities.
Volume 13, 1943

HANSEN, CARL, G. O. History of Sons of Norway, an American Fraternal Organization of Men and Women of Norwegian Birth or Extraction. Sønner af Norge, vol. 37 ff. (January, 1940 ff.).
The series is issued in installments and will continue in 1942 issues.
Volume 12, 1941

HANSEN, CARL. G. O. Our Early Music Masters. Sons of Norway, 50: 189-191 (October, 1953) and succeeding numbers.
The series begins with Ole Bull, Skougaard-Severini, and Edmund Neupert.
Volume 18, 1954

HANSEN, ELLA. Norsk pige med drømmen “husjobb i Amerika,” uten å kunne tale engelsk forteller om hvordan det gikk. Nordisk Tidende, January 9, 1964.
The language difficulties of a Norwegian immigrant in modern America.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Hansen, Gregory. “Identifying Danish American Folklife.” The Bridge, 11, 2: 22-32 (1988).
“Danish ethnic culture in America consists primarily of the non-elitist traditions and arts of individuals’ everyday lives rather than the contributions of the elite, and the discipline of folklore can provide a more complete concept of Danish heritage.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HANSEN, H. N. An Account of a Mormon Family’s Conversion to the Religion of the Latter Day Saints and of Their Trip from Denmark to Utah. Annals of Iowa (Fall, 1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Hansen, Helen E. “Ved Arnen, A Content Analysis of the Literary Supplement to Decorah Posten, 1882-1972.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 29-40.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HANSEN, JEAN SKOGERBOE. Skandinaven and the John Anderson Publishing Company. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 35-68 (1979).
Of the 570 newspapers and other periodicals started by Norwegian immigrants in North America “Skandinaven, published by the John Anderson Publishing Company in Chicago, was by far the biggest, the most influential and, until its demise in 1941, the longest-lived.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

HANSEN, LESTER W. The Anderson-Krogh Genealogy, including Ancestral Lines. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1951. 193 p.
Volume 18, 1954

HANSEN, MARCUS L. Immigration and puritanism. Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:1-28
(1936).
Volume 10, 1938

HANSEN, MARCUS LEE. The Atlantic Migration 1607-1860. New York, 1962. 386 p.
A paperback edition of Hansen’s study of immigration, first published in 1940. Reviewed in Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, July, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

HANSEN, MAURICE B. Brief History of Normendenes Sangforening, Chicago, Illinois, 1870-1945, by Maurice B. Hansen and Norman Blessum. Chicago, 1945. 43 p.
Volume 15, 1949

HANSEN, MORTEN. Norske slektsbøker. Oslo, 1965. 198 p.
Bibliography of family histories, including those of several Norwegian-American families. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, November, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

HANSEN, PAUL HJELM
Han som oppdaget Dakota. Nord-Norge, 231: 5-7 (April, 1976).
Biographical sketch of Paul Hjelm Hansen, who was instrumental in attracting Norwegian immigrants to the Dakotas.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Hansen, Thorvald, comp. Danish Immigrant Archival Listing: A Guide to Source Materials Related to the Danish Immigrant in America to be Found in Repositories in the United States, Canada, and Denmark. Des Moines, Iowa, 1988. 300 pp.
Listings from about 150 repositories of materials related to the Danish immigrant.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Hansen, Thorvald. “‘Old’ Nielsen.” The Bridge, 14, 1: 69-82 (1991).
The life of the Danish-American pioneer Pastor A. S. Nielsen (1832-1909) is described.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hansen, Thorvald. “A Bilingual Editor.” The Bridge, 12, 2: 25-29 (1989).
Johannes Knudsen, president of Grand View College, edited Ungdom and Kirke og folk using both Danish and English.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hansen, Thorvald. “Johannes Knudsen as an Educator: A Conversation with Harry Jensen.” The Bridge, 12, 2: 17-24 (1989).
Johannes Knudsen taught at Grand View College from 1927-1935, was president of the college from 1942-1952 and taught at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago from 1954 until his retirement in 1971.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HANSEN, THORVALD. School in the Woods: The Story of an Immigrant Seminary. Askov, Minnesota, 1977. x, 150 pp.
The story of the West Denmark Seminary (1888-1892) on Little Butternut Lake in West Denmark, Wisconsin.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

HANSKA, MINNESOTA. Lake Hanska Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church. Lake Hanska kimer i klokker glädelig jul, 1869-1944. Hanska, Minnesota, 1944. 46 p.
A historical sketch of the church.
Volume 15, 1949

Hanson, Carl G. O. Glimt fra liver i det norske Amerika. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE,
November 19, 1931-April 7, 1932.
A continuation of the series noted in the list published in volume 6 of Studies and records. The articles were written by the editor of Minneapolis tidende and are intended to give a broad survey of conditions among the Norwegian immigrants and their descendants, with special treatment of their cultural interests. Some of the articles are biographies of prominent men, including Edmund Reupert, Knud Henderson, John Lindtner, Johan Wilhelm Colberg, Erik Oulie, and Professor John Dahle. Music among the Norwegian group in Minneapolis during the eighties and nineties is the subject of the articles appearing during the first two months of 1932. Articles numbers 159-179 appeared during the five months.
Volume 7, 1933

Hanson, Carl G. O. Glimt fra liver i det norske Amerika. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE,
November 19, 1931-April 7, 1932.
A continuation of the series noted in the list published in volume 6 of Studies and record,s. The articles were written by the editor of Minneapolis tidende and are intended to give a broad survey of conditions among the Norwegian immigrants and their descendants, with special treatment of their cultural interests. Some of the articles are biographies of prominent men, including Edmund Reupert, Knud Henderson, John Lindtner, Johan Wilhelm Colberg, Erik Oulie, and Professor John Dahle. Music among the Norwegian group in Minneapolis during the eighties and nineties is the subject of the articles appearing during the first two months of 1932. Articles numbers 159-179 appeared during the five months.
Volume 7, 1933

Hanson, Carl G. O. Glimt fra livet i det norske Amerika. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 1930-31.
This series of articles by the editor of Minneapolis Tidende on life among the Norwegians in America appeared in regular installments until May 1, when there was an interruption, and has appeared regularly since November 13, when it was resumed. Last year's list noted earlier installments. The story of Bjørnson's visit to America was concluded with the issue of April 3. The issues of April 10 and 17 dealt with J. H. Klovstad and those of April 24 and May 1 with the press. The installments of the last part of 1930 and early 1931 have dealt with Red Wing, Goodhue, Dakota, Carver, and McLeod counties, Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

HANSON, CORA MAEHLE. Family Trails. Muskegon, Michigan, 1973. 162 pp.
The story of the Kleven, Lexvold, Fossum, and Maehle families who emigrated from Trøndelag, Norway, to America.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HANSON, GERTRUDE. Signe Mydland Steinarson, a Norwegian-American poetess. Sønner af Norge, 31:108-109 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936 (article)

Hanson, Henry. “Yankee from Småland: An Immigrant Saga.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36, 2: 133-144.
A biography of the senior Henry Hanson, the author’s father, who emigrated to Middletown, Connecticut, where he worked as a machinist and took an active part in church and community affairs.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HANSON, HJALMAR F. Dedication Services, Granite Falls Lutheran Church, Granite Falls, Minnesota, May 25, 26, 27, 1951. Granite Falls, Minnesota, 1951. 16 p.
Historical information is included.
Volume 17, 1952

HANSON, J. C. M. Dr. Simon Gunnerus Gill. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26: 118-119 (April, 1933).
---------- Haakon Nyhuus i Amerika; nogle erindringer. Deichmansbladet, 1:8-10 (Oslo, Norway, 1932).
An account of the visit of a well-known Norwegian librarian to the United States. The article is reprinted in Decorah-posten for January 17, 1985.
Volume 8, 1934

HANSON, M. L. A century of Norwegian-American progress and the future. Norden, 4:9-11
(November, 1932).
A survey occasioned by the world's fair in Chicago in 1955.
Volume 8, 1934

HANSON, RICHARD D. “An Analysis of Selected Choral Works by F. Melius Christiansen.”
A thesis in typescript submitted for the degree of doctor of education in music education at the University of Illinois, 1970.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

HANSON, ROBERT P. From Whence We Came; a Genealogy for the Five Hansons Who Grew Up Together on a North Wisconsin Farm. n.p., 1945. 39 p.
Volume 16 1950

HANSON, T. S. The Hanson-Schanche Family Tree. n. p., 1969. 41 p.
A record of the family of Thomas S. Hanson and Ida K. H. Schanche.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Haraldsø, Brynjar. “Religiøs overtyding som emigrasjonsmotiv. Initiativ til og motiver for emigrasjonen frå Stavanger i 1825.” Historisk tidsskrift, 67, 4: 414-425 (1988).
Religious conviction as motif for emigration. Initiatives and motives for emigration from Stavanger in 1825.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Haraldsø, Brynjar. Slaveridebatten i Den norske synode. En undersøkelse av slaveridebatten i Den norske synode i USA i 1860-årene med særlig vekt på debattens kirkelig-teologiske aspekter. Oslo, 1988. 477 pp.
The slavery debate in the Norwegian Synod in the United States in the 1860s with emphasis on the debate’s theological aspects within the church.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HARAM, SEVRIN A.
The Scandinavian of the Month: Sevrin A. Haram. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, June, 1967.
Sketch of the president of Haram-Christensen Corporation, Incorporated.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

HARNEY, R. F. and SCARPACI, J. V., eds. Little Italies in North America. Toronto, 1981. 210 pp.
"There are discussions of 'Little Italies' in Montreal and Toronto, in addition to treatment of those
in various parts of the United States."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HARNEY, ROBERT AND TROPER, HAROLD. Immigrants: A Portrait of the Urban Experience. Toronto, 1975. 212 pp.
A contribution to the expanding field of urban-ethnic studies in North America, with emphasis on Toronto, Ontario.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Harney, Robert F., ed. Polyphony: The Bulletin of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario.
Some issues of this periodical are devoted to a single topic. Recent issues include:
Vol. 3, no. I (Winter, 1980-1981): problems of creating trustworthy guide-hooks for emigrants.
Vol. 3, no. 2 (Fall. 1981): aspects of Finnish life in Canada. Vol. 4, no. I (Spring-Summer, 1982): the role of the ethnic press in Ontario.
Vol. 5, no. 2 (Fall-Winter, 1983): immigrant or ethnic theater in Canada.
Vol. 6, no. 1 Spring-Summer, 1984): the more than sixty ethnic presences in Toronto.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

HARR, RASMUS J.
Chicago's Rasmus Harr. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63: 163-164 (August-September, 1970).
A brief article about a man who has been an influential leader among Norwegian Americans in Chicago.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

Harron, Robert. Rockne, idol of American football. New York, Burr, 1931. 240 p.
Volume 6, 1931

Harstad, Bjug A. A brief history of Valle, Sætersdal, Norway, and of some families from there. Parkland, Washington, 1930. 64 p.
The author and his parents came to America in 1861 and established themselves at Seneca, Illinois. From there the family scattered, many of them settling in Fillmore County, Minnesota. Genealogical records, with portraits, are given of the ten brothers and sisters and their families.
Volume 6, 1931

Harstad, Bjug A. A brief history of Valle, Sætersdal, Norway, and of some families from there. Parkland, Washington, 1930. 64 p.
The author and his parents came to America in 1861 and established themselves at Seneca, Illinois. From there the family scattered, many of them settling in Fillmore County, Minnesota. Genealogical records, with portraits, are given of the ten brothers and sisters and their families.
Volume 6, 1931

Harstad, Peter T. and Bonnie Lindemann. Gilbert N. Haugen: Norwegian-American Farm Politician. Iowa City, Ia., 1992. xi, 217 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

HARSTAD, PETER T. Disease and Sickness on the Wisconsin Frontier: Malaria, 1820-1850; Cholera; Smallpox and Other Diseases. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 48:83-96, 203-220, 253-263 (Winter, 1959-60, Spring, Summer, 1960).
These articles contain material on the epidemic years in Muskego and Koshkonong.
Volume 21, 1962

HARTVIGSEN, R. G. Norsk-amerikansk presse i 100 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 40:216-220 (July, 1947).
Norwegian-American newspapers and editors during the century just past.
Volume 16 1950

Harvey, Anne-Charlotte and Richard H. Hulan. “‘Teater, Visafton och Bal’: The Swedish-American Road Show in Its Heyday.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 37, 3: 126-141 (July, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HARVEY, RICHARD B. Governor Earl Warren of California: A Study in “Non-Partisan” Republican Politics. California Historical Society, Quarterly, March, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HARVEY, RICHARD. Earl Warren: Governor of California. Jericho, New York, 1969. 219 p.
An appraisal of Earl Warren’s service as governor.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

HASÅS, SIGURD. Waldemar Ager: Avholdssakens og norskdommens dikter i Amerika. Norsk Tidsskrift om Alkohol-Spørsmalet, 14:193-214 (December, 1962).
Biography of the well-known author and prohibitionist.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Haslam, Gerald Myron. “Mormons and the Norwegian Constitution; a Look at the Application of Intended Constitutional Law.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 173-181.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HASLUND, FREDRIK, comp. Social Welfare Work for Norwegian Seamen in America. n.p., 1941. 33 p. mimeo.
This appeared with a Norwegian title, "Sosiale tiltak for norske sjøfolk," in Nordmannns-forbundet, 35: 31-36 (February, 1942.)
Volume 13, 1943

HASSELMO, NILS, ed. Perspectives on Swedish Immigration: Proceedings of the International Conference on the Swedish Heritage in the Upper Midwest, April 1-3, 1976. Chicago, 1978. 349 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

HASSELMO, NILS. Amerikasvenska: En bok om språkutveklingen i Svensk-Amerika. Stockholm, 1974. 324 pp.
A book about linguistic developments among Swedish Americans.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HASSELMO, NILS. Language and the Swedish Immigrant Writer: From a Case Study of G. N. Malm. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly 25:241-253 (1974).
An examination of the linguistic problems confronting a Swedish-American writer.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

HASSELMOE, NILS. Swedish America: An Introduction. New York, 1976. 70 pp.
“A concise easily accessible survey of Swedish America for the general reader.”
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HASSING, ARNE. Methodism and Society in Norway: 1853- 1918. Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974. 523 pp.
Xerox copy of a doctoral dissertation at Northwestern University.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HASSING, ARNE. Methodism from America to Norway. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 192-216 (1979).
A discussion of the American origins of Methodism in Norway. History of First Lutheran Church. Hallingen, 266: 9-11 (March, 1979).
A sketch of the history of the First Lutheran Church in St. Ansgar, Iowa, which was founded by Claus Lauritz Clausen in 1853. In 1976 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

HASSING, ARNE. Norway’s Organized Response to Emigration. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:54-79 (1972).
A study of Norwegian reaction to emigration from about 1866 to 1914.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Hasund, Knut J. and Asbjørn Waage. Ulstein og Hareid i Amerika. Ulsteinvik, Norway. 1986. 271 pp.
Summary in English.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HATLEN, L. CARSTEN. Et kirkejubileum. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63: 109-110 (June, 1970).
An article about the centennial celebration of church services among Norwegians in San Francisco.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

HATLEN, L. CARSTEN. Her samles Nordmenn ved Golden Gate. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 71: 6-7 (1978).
The Norwegian Club in San Francisco.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HATLEN, L. CARSTEN. Samlingssted ved Golden Gate. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:199-200 (October, 1972).
A Norwegian club in San Francisco is seventy-five years old.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

HATLEN, L. CARSTEN. San Francisco-klubben er 65 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:119 (May, 1963).
The Norwegian Club in San Francisco.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HATLØY, ODD. Pionér-ånd i midt-vesten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:11-12 (1974).
A discussion of Augsburg College in Minneapolis.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

HATTON, NORTH DAKOTA, BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Golden Anniversary, 1901-1951. Hatton, North Dakota, 1951. 30 p.
A history of the church is included.
Volume 18, 1954

HAUBERG, CLIFFORD A. Puerto Rico and the Puerto Ricans. Boston, 1974. 211 pp.
A discussion of life in Puerto Rico which led to the “Great Migration” to the United States; the many problems the Puerto Ricans faced upon their arrival in this country. A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series issued by Twayne Publishers, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Haugan, Reidar Rye. Norsk kunst i Chicago. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 24: 371--374 (December, 1931).
Prominent artists and exhibits of their work in Chicago.
Volume 7, 1933

HAUGE, ALFRED. Cleng Peerson. Møte med vandringsmannen. Stavanger, 1983.99 pp.
English edition entitled The True Saga of Cleng Peerson (Dallas, Texas, 1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGE, ALFRED. Cleng Peerson. Translated from the Norwegian by Erik J. Friis. Introduction by Kenneth O. Bjork. Boston, 1975. Vol. 1, xviii, 409 pp.; vol. 2, 384 pp.
A slightly abridged version of Hauge’s fictionalized trilogy, Cleng Peerson, originally published in three
Volumes. Oslo, 1961-1965.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGE, ALFRED. Cleng Peerson: Hundevakt. Oslo, 1961. 331 p.
The first of a projected four-
Volume historical novel on the life of the father of Norwegian immigration.
---------- Gå vest. Stavanger, Norway, 1963. 210 p.
The author’s experiences in America while he was gathering 213] material for his work on Peerson. Reviewed In Nordmanns-Forbundet, November, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGE, ALFRED. Cleng Peerson: Landkjenning. Oslo, 1964. 350 p.
The second
Volume in the author’s trilogy, of which Hundevakt (1961) was the first, covers the Sloopers’ Atlantic crossing in 1825 and their pioneer years.
---------- Cleng Peerson: Ankerfeste. Oslo, 1965. 335 p.
The third
Volume in the author’s trilogy includes the Norwegian-American settlements. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, November, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Hauge, Olav. “Med Seilskib til Amerika omkring 1850.” Fusa før i tio, 1988: 27-30.
A voyage to America around 1850; the author uses Strilen as a pseudonym.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HAUGE, OSBORNE. Lutherans Working Together; a History of the National Lutheran Council, 1918-1943. Supplementary chapter, 1943-1945, by Dr. Ralph H. Long. New York, [1946]. 126 p.
Volume 16 1950

HAUGE, SØREN
Søren Hauge kom til Amerika . . . far til den berømte Gabriel Hauge. Nordisk Tidende, May 4, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Hauge. Alfred Hauge drar på ny ut i Cleng Peersons spor. Western Viking, July 2, 1965.
Alfred Hauge, author of a trilogy on Cleng Peerson, travels again in his footsteps.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HAUGEN, ANDERS. Skiveteranen fra Telemark. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:237 (November, 1958).
Anders Haugen, the “ski veteran” from Telemark, who helped make skiing popular in America.
Volume 20, 1959

Haugen, Einar “Kristine Haugen. Brubygger og kulturpersonlighet.” Bagda vår. Arsskrift for lokalhistorie, 1984, 14-17.
An account of the author’s mother, a distinguished Norwegian-American cultural leader.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR I. Ibsen in America; a forgotten performance and an unpublished letter. Journal of English and Germanic philology, 33:396-420 (July, 1934).
The account of a performance of Ibsen's Et Dukkehjem in English translation, with the title, "The Child wife," in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 2 and 3, 1882. The play was translated and arranged for the stage by William M. Lawrence, who also directed the performance. The author claims that this was the first performance of Ibsen in this country. The article is also issued as a reprint.
---------- Rølvaag, Ole Edvart (Apr. 22, 1876-Nov. 5, 1931). Dictionary of American biography, 16:124-125 (1935).
Volume 9, 1936

HAUGEN, EINAR
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Professor Einar Haugen. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 10, 10-12 (October, 1971).
A brief biographical sketch of a prominent Norwegian-American linguist.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

HAUGEN, EINAR, ed. Norsk-engelsk ordbok. Madison and Oslo, 1965.500 p.
This dictionary combines nynorsk and bokmål into one alphabet for the first time and gives information on grammar, pronunciation, and English meanings, as well as a history of the language, illustrative sentences, and idioms.
---------- and CHAPMAN, KENNETH G. Spoken Norwegian-Revised. New York, 1964.416 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Haugen, Einar. “‘Dear Sara Alelia’: An Episode in Rølvaag’s Life.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 269-282 (1986).
Hitherto unknown correspondence between the Norwegian-American novelist and Marie Halling Swensen of Norway.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Haugen, Einar. “Henrik Ibsen and Ole Bull.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 9-14.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Haugen, Einar. “Rølvaag’s Lost Novel.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32:209-220 (1989).
Ole Rølvaag’s apprentice work, “Nils og Astri,” is examined.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Haugen, Einar. “The Language of ‘Han Ola og Han Per.’” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 34-38.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Haugen, Einar. “Utvandringen fra Oppdal til USA.” Bøgda vår, 1989: 65-69.
Emigration from Oppdal, Sør-Trøndelag, to the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Address at dedication of Anderson memorial, June 27, 1937. Mimeographed by the university extension division, University of Wisconsin, Madison. August, 1937. Contains also a reprint of the address by E. A. Birge listed above.
---------- Bjørnson og hans norsk-amerikanske impresario. Nordmanns-Forbundet, Julen 1936, p. 20-23.
An article on Rasmus B. Anderson (1846-1936), who acted as impresario for Bjørnson on the latter's visit to America in 1880-81, with an account of the large and important collection of letters left by Anderson, including many Bjørnson letters.
---------- A critique and a bibliography of the writings of Rasmus B. Anderson. Wisconsin magazine of history, 19:255-269 (March, 1937).
An analysis of the published contributions of the first Norwegian-American scholar, with an annotated bibliography of all his separate publications, dividing them into translations, editions and collections, and original writings. Also issued as a reprint.
Volume 10, 1938

HAUGEN, EINAR. Agder og Amerika. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 38:120 (Winter, 1954-55).
A review of the book Agder og Amerika (Oslo, 1953), a collection of “America letters” edited with introductions by Tolv Aamland and Ingrid Semmingsen.
---------- Norway and America: The Ties that Bind. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 38: 139-144 (Spring, 1955).
---------- Norwegian Migration to America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18: 1-22 (1954).
This essay comprises the second chapter of Professor Einar Haugen’s two-volume work on The Norwegian Language in America: A Study in Bilingual Behavior (Philadelphia, 1953).
Volume 19, 1956

HAUGEN, EINAR. Amerikansk universitetsliv i dag. Nordisk tidskrift, 22:230-243 (1946).
University life in America today. The article includes such institutions as St. Olaf College.
-------- Pastor Dietriehson of Old Koshkonong. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 29:301-318 (March, 1946).
The story of the Reverend Johan Wilhelm Christian Dietrichson (1815-1885), pioneer Lutheran clergyman of Wisconsin.
Volume 15, 1949

HAUGEN, EINAR. Bilingualism in the Americas: A Bibliography and Research Guide. University [Tuscaloosa], Alabama, 1956. 159 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, August, 1958.
---------- Ibsen in America. Edda, vol. 56, no. 4, p. 270-288 (1956).
---------- Language Contact. Proceedings of the VIII International Congress of Linguistics, 772-785 (Oslo, 1958).
---------- Norske bøker i norsk-amerikanske hyller. Festskrift til Arne Kildal, 55-63 (Oslo, 1956).
Norwegian books on Norwegian-American bookshelves.
---------- Nordiske studier i Amerika. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Scandinavian Studies, 9-20 (Cambridge, England, 1958).
Scandinavian studies in America. This article was reprinted in Nordisk tidende (Brooklyn), November 6, 13, December 4, 11, 1958.
---------- Ole Edvart Rølvaag and the Norwegian Immigrants. Minnesota posten (Minneapolis), July 10, 17, 1958.
---------- Talt og skrevet i Amerika. De tok et Norge med seg, 224-242 (Oslo, 1957).
Norwegian language and literature in the United States.
Volume 20, 1959

HAUGEN, EINAR. Da Alexander Kielland tenkte seg til Amerika. Edda, 53:403-409 (1966).
---------- The Sources of the Vinland Map. Arctic, 19:287-295 (December, 1966).
Suggests the possibility that the Vinland map was drawn at or near the time of the Council of Florence.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Det bygdenorske i Amerika. Decorah-posten, March 17, 1939.
A lecture given as a broadcast from Oslo, Norway, October 16, 1938, on Norwegian dialect
usage in America.
---------- Language and Immigration. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 10:1-43 (1938).
---------- Norsk i Amerika. Oslo, J. W. Cappelens forlag, [1939]. 123 p.
The six essays in this volume were given as lectures at the University of Oslo during the fall
semester, 1938. The chapter headings are: Det store land-nåm (Taking Possession of the Land);
Bondemål og bygdefolk (Country Dialects and Immigrants from Local Communities); Fra bygdemål
til verdens-sprog (From Local Dialects to a World Language); Navneskikk i nybygden (Name
Customs in the New Communities); Skrift og tale (The Written and the Spoken Language); Diktende trang (The Urge to Write). The volume closes with samples of mixed Norwegian and English speech.
---------- Norwegian Emigrant Songs and Ballads, with Norwegian Text and English Translation of Ein
Stevleik. Journal of American Folk-Lore, 51:69-75 (January, 1938).
Volume 11, 1940

HAUGEN, EINAR. Discovery of America 500 Years before Columbus, in Norse Sagas. Nordisk Tidende, October 8, 1964.
Leif’s discovery of America, as revealed in the Icelandic sagas, and an appraisal of its significance.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Hvilken form og stavemåte bør Leiv Eirikssons navn få i engelsk språk? Nordisk Tidende, July 19, 1962.
Why the discoverer’s name should be spelled “Leif Ericson.”
---------- J. R. Reiersen’s “Indiscretions.” Norwegian-American Studies, 21:269-277 (1962).
---------- Notes on a Dictionary: John Brynildsen’s Norsk-engelsk ord bok. Scandinavian Studies, 35:295-306 (November, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Ibsen in America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:1-23 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

Haugen, Einar. Immigrant Idealist: A Literary Biography of Waldemar Ager. Northfield, Minnesota, 1989. 183 pp.
Published as number 7 of the NAHA Author Series. “Waldemar Ager, as editor and author, was one of the most original and influential men of letters among Norwegian Americans.” Dedicated to Clarence Clausen and Clarence Kilde.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Intonation Patterns in American Norwegian. Language, 17:40-47 (January, 1941).
----------Reading Norwegian. New York, F. S. Crofts & Co., 1940. 199 p.
Volume 12, 1941

HAUGEN, EINAR. Language Conflict and Language Planning: The Case of Modern Norwegian. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1966. 381 p.
The author looks at the efforts to fuse riksmål and landsmål. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, Viking, December, 1966, and American-Scandinavian Review, Winter, 1967-1968.
---------- The Norwegians in America: A Student’s Guide to Localized History. New York, 1967.40 p.
A pamphlet in the Localized History Series, edited by Clifford L. Lord.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Myten om Vinland. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 86:67-69 (March, 1943).
The Vinland myth.
------------Norske timer for amerikanske soldater. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 37:37-40 (February, 1944).
The teaching of Norwegian to soldiers.
Volume 14, 1944

HAUGEN, EINAR. Nordmenn og svensker i Amerika. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst och industri, 23:330-337 (1947).
A discussion of Norwegian and Swedish settlements in the United States, with statistics.
---------- A Norwegian-American Pioneer Ballad. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:1-19 (1949).
---------- A Norwegian Calendar Stick in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 31:145-167
December, 1947).
---------- Norwegian Dialect Studies since 1930. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 47:68-79 (January, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

HAUGEN, EINAR. Norsk i Amerika. Oslo, 1975. 124 pp.
A revised edition of a study of Norwegian in America first published in 1939.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Haugen, Einar. Norwegians at the Indian forts on the Missouri River during the seventies.
NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:89--121 (1931).
The interesting story of Norwegian pioneers who were employed by the government at various forts, the types of men, their relations with the government, work, wages, conditions of living, and relations with the Indians. Forts Randall, Hale, Thompson, Sully, Bennett, and the Lower Brnle agency are included.
Volume 7, 1933

HAUGEN, EINAR. Nyt lys over Bjørnsons Amerikatur; den rige skat af breve fra B. B. til hans impressario, Rasmus B. Anderson, gjennem tyve aar. Decorah-posten, December 2, 6, 9, 1932, p. 1-2, 3, 3, respectively.
An account of Bjørnson's visit to America in 1880-81 that utilizes the Bjørnson correspondence in the R. B. Anderson collection.
---------- O. E. RØLVAAG. Norwegian-American studies and records, 7:53-75 (1933).
An interpretation of the author of Giants in the earth.
Volume 8, 1934

HAUGEN, EINAR. Ole Edvart Rølvaag. Boston, 1983. 164 pp.
Volume 455 in Twayne's United States Authors Series. "The book is a well-researched critical study of Rølvaag... who burst upon the American literary scene in 1927 with Giants in the Earth."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGEN, EINAR. Phonological Shifting in American Norwegian. Language, 14: 112-120 (1938).
--------- Problems of Linguistic Research among Scandinavian Immigrants in America. American Council of Learned Societies Bulletin, no. 34:35-57 (March, 1942.
A paper presented at a conference on non-English speech to consider proposals for a linguistic atlas of the United States and Canada, held at Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1940.
--------- transl, and ed. Voyages to Vinland, the First American Saga. Chicago, Holiday Press, 1941. 127 p.
A special edition. The trade edition is published in New York by Alfred A. Knopf and dated 1942.
Volume 13, 1943

HAUGEN, EINAR. Symra: A Memoir. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 101-110 (1977).
Symra was a cultural magazine published in Decorah, Iowa. During its short life, 1905-1915, it carried articles by prominent Norwegians on both sides of the Atlantic.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HAUGEN, EINAR. The Analysis of Linguistic Borrowing. Language, 26:210-231 (April-June, 1950).
American “Norsk” is included in this study.
---------- From Army Camp to Classroom; the Story of an Elementary Language Text. Scandinavian Studies, 23:138-151 (August, 1951).
---------- Wisconsin Pioneers in Scandinavian Studies, Anderson and Olson, 1875-1931. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 34:28- 39 (Autumn, 1950).
Professors of Scandinavian languages and literatures at the University of Wisconsin during the period mentioned were Rasmus B. Anderson and Julius E. Olson.
Volume 17, 1952

HAUGEN, EINAR. The Impact of English on American-Norwegian Letter Writing. (Reprinted from Studies in Honor of Albert Sturtevant, 76-102.) Lawrence, Kansas, 1952.
---------- The Norwegian Language in America: A Study in. Bilingual Behavior. Philadelphia, 1953. 2 vols.
Volume 1 has the subtitle, “The Bilingual Community”; volume 2, “American Dialects of Norwegian.” Reviewed in Sons of Norway, 50: 160 (September, 1953), and Minnesota History, 33:349 (Winter, 1953).
---------- The Struggle over Norwegian. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17: 1-35 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

HAUGEN, EINAR. Thor Helgeson: Schoolmaster and Raconteur. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:3-28 (1970).
Account of a gifted teacher, storyteller, and folklorist of the early Norwegian settlement in Waupaca, Wisconsin.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

HAUGEN, EVA AND EINAR, trs. and eds. Land of the Free: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson’s America Letters, 1880-1881. Northfield, 1978. xiv, 311 pp.
Reactions of the famous Norwegian poet to life among the Brahmins of New England and the Norwegian pioneers in the Middle West.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGEN, EVA L., ed. and tr. The Story of Peder Anderson. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:31-48 (1974).
The reminiscences of an educated Norwegian who arrived in the United States in 1830, well before the mainstream of Norse migration set in. He settled in the eastern states, where he gained some fame as an artist and associated with many prominent Americans.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Haugen, Eva Lund. “An Editor Chooses America: The Story of Einar Lund.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 58-72.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Haugen, Gilbert N. Norwegian independence day: speech of Hon. Gilbert N. Haugen at the seventeenth May festival of the Norwegian National League, Second Naval Battalion Armory, Brooklyn, New York, Saturday, May 17, 1930. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 71 Congress, 2 session, vol. 72, no. 125, p. 9536-9538 (May 19, 1930).
The author discusses Norwegian immigration, the fortunes of the immigrants and their children, and the contributions of the Norwegians to American life.
Volume 6, 1931

Haugen, Gilbert N. Norwegian independence day: speech of Hon. Gilbert N. Haugen at the seventeenth May festival of the Norwegian National League, Second Naval Battalion Armory, Brooklyn, New York, Saturday, May 17, 1930. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 71 Congress, 2 session, vol. 72, no. 125, p. 9536-9538 (May 19, 1930).
The author discusses Norwegian immigration, the fortunes of the immigrants and their children, and the contributions of the Norwegians to American life.
Volume 6, 1931

HAUGEN, HELLICK O. Pioneer of the West. The Norseman, no. 8, 72-75 (1972).
A festival honors Snowshoe Thompson, one of Telemark’s legendary sons as a highlight in a colorful program during July and August, 1972.
---------- Telemark-festivalen hylder Snowshoe Thompson. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:118-21 (June, 1972).
The legendary Snowshoe Thompson is honored in Telemark, in his native valley.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

HAUGEN, HELLICK O. World of Bygone Days. The Norseman, No. 6, 165-168 (1975).
“The Norwegian Folk Museum is a treasury of old traditions, art, and culture.”
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

HAUGEN, KRISTINE
Fru Kristine Haugen død i Stoughton, Wisconsin. Nordisk Tidende, September 30, 1965.
Eyvind J. Evans. Penn-Skudd. Minnesota Posten, December 23, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Haugen, Kristine. Dr. O. E. Rølvaag. NORSK UNGDOM, 3-4, 7-8, 9-11 (March, April, May,
1932).
This series of articles, begun in the March number, takes up various phases of Rølvaag's life, the article for May dealing with Rølvaag as an author. A full-page portrait accompanies the first article.
-------- Glimt fra Rølvaags liv; det billede digteren fra Northfield ubevidst tegner af sig selv i
vennebreve gjennem mange aar. DECORAH-POSTEN, December 8, 1931, p.3.
Rølvaag as he has revealed himself in letters to friends over a period of years.
Volume 7, 1933

HAUGEN, KRISTINE. En aandens stormann-Pastor Ristad. Norsk ungdom, 26:1-2 (November,
1938).
A eulogy of Ditlef Georgson Ristad (1863-1938).
---------- Omkring Trønder-pionerene i Sioux City, Iowa. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1939, p. 39-58.
The story of Trønder pioneers in Sioux City, Iowa, and biographies of some of them.
Volume 11, 1940

HAUGEN, KRISTINE. En pioners saga. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1934-1935, 24-30.
The story of Ole K. Gorseth.
Volume 9, 1936

HAUGEN, KRISTINE. Norsk luthersk ungdom i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:179-183 (June, 1934).
Norwegian Lutheran youth in America. A discussion of certain movements and organizations of Lutheran young people.
Volume 9, 1936

HAUGEN, NILS P. Pioneer and Political Reminiscences. [Evansville, Wisconsin, The Antes Press ], n.d. 198 p.
Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin; reprinted from the Wisconsin Magazine of History, volumes 11-13.
Volume 12, 1941

Haugen, Nils P. Pioneer and political reminiscences. [Madison, Wisconsin Historical Society, 1930] 198 p. Reprinted from WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY, vols. II, 12, 13.
The autobiography of a prominent Norwegian-American, beginning with an account of
emigration from Norway in 1854. Contains the following subdivisions: Getting a start in Wisconsin; Lawyer, legislator, and railroad commissioner; Career in Congress; The years 1895 to 1901; State tax commissioner; Taxation under the La Follette régime; Under McGovern and Philipps and in Montana; Concluding observations.
Volume 5, 1930

Haugen, Per. “Om ‘Vår egen stamme’” Årbok. Ringsaker, Veldre og Brøttum historielag, 1991, 1:33-41.
Discusses Hans Larsen Staff from Veldre, Hedmark, who emigrated to the United States in 1859.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Haugen. Kristine Haugen 85 aar. Norsk Ungdom (Minneapolis), August, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Hauger, Torill Thorstad and Odd S. Lovoll. Den store Chicagoreisen. Oslo, 1988. 95 pp.
A family from Norway emigrates to Chicago. A fictionalized, but historically accurate, account centered on Norwegian immigrants who moved to Chicago at the time of the Columbian Exposition in 1893. Hauger is responsible for the fictional part of the book while Lovoll presents facts and historical perspectives.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HAUGRUD, RAYCHEL A. Rølvaag’s Search for Soria Moria. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:103-117 (1974).
The author contends that the main theme of Rølvaag’s authorship was not the advancement and preservation of Norwegian culture among the immigrants, but that in his works “he examined what every man in his own way, consciously or unconsciously, is primarily seeking: the source and nature of happiness.”
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Haugstad, Johannes. “Frå Amund til Amundson.” Hemgrenda. Ringebu historielag, 1991, I: 65-78.
The John Amundson family emigrated from Venabygd, Oppland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Haukaas, Jon. Snowshoe Thompson. Tinn: Fjell-ljom ungdomslag: J.K. Haukaas, 1993. 205 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

HAVIGHURST, WALTER. High Prairie, by Walter and Marion Havighurst. New York, 1944. 29 p.
Fiction; the story of a Norwegian family, immigrants of the late 1860's. whose course led to Quebec, Buffalo, Milwaukee, Minnesota, and North Dakota.
--------Upper Mississippi, a Wilderness Saga. New York, 1944. 305 p.
A rambling narrative; chapter 9, p. 98-116, is the "Saga of Cleng Peerson." with additional related material on p. 212-217, 219-238.
Volume 15, 1949

HAVIGHURST, WALTER. Upper Mississippi, a wilderness saga. New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1937.
258 p.
A popular account of immigration and settlement in the Northwest, giving special attention to the Scandinavian element. Part one is entitled, The Vikings' second coming, and the chapter headings include: Peer Gynt on the prairies (Cleng Peerson); "Ole-Ole-Ole-Oleana! "; Moses in the buffalo grass (Hans Barlien); Peder's dream. The volume is reviewed by John T. Flanagan in Minnesota history for March, 1938.
Volume 10, 1938

Havik, Sveinung. “Gullgraverekspedisjonen som skulle til ‘Califormen,’ og som stranda i Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.” Levanger historielag. Arsskrift, 1985, 26-38.
A gold expedition to California that was stranded in Rio de Janeiro.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Havik, Sveinung. “Utvandring fra Levanger-distriktet. Frol og Levanger by: 1891-1926.” Årbok. Levanger historielag, 1992, 1: 132-147.
Emigration from Levanger, Trøndelag, 1891-1926.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Havik, Sveinung. “Utvandringen fra Levanger-distriktet, Frol og Levanger by: 1871-1890.” Årbok. Levanger historielag, 1991, I: 118-127.
List of emigrants from the district of Levanger.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Hawaii. Fra Drammen til Hawaii. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55: 274-277 (December, 1962).
The experiences of Norwegian contract laborers on Hawaiian sugar plantations.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Hawbecker, Gladys Risvold. “En Risvold-slekt i Saudasjøen og Amerika. Syv brødre fra Sauda og deres etterkommere i Amerika.” Årsskrift. Saudasogelag, 1991, I: 102-118.
The Risvold family from Sauda, Rogaland.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

HAWKINSON, LORRAINE A. Searching Cemeteries for Clues to the Past. Sons of Norway Viking, 71:277 (1974).
Professor Gerhard B. Naeseth’s untiring search for clues about early Norwegian immigrants.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

HAYNE, COE. They came seeking; adventures in Christian action in America. Edited by Baptist board of education, department of missionary education. Philadelphia, The Judson press, [1935]. 144 p.
Chapter 3 of this volume is entitled "Redemption of an American wilderness" and gives an account of the origin and development of the Baptist church in Norway and its transplanting to American soil; the organization of the first Norwegian Baptist church at Indian Creek, Illinois, in 1848; the organization of the Bradford Norwegian Baptist church in Wilkin County, Minnesota, in 1896; and later churches of this denomination in North Dakota, including the Bethel Norwegian Baptist church at Powers Lake, North Dakota, which is reputed to be one of the largest Norwegian Baptist congregations in the United States.
Volume 10, 1938

HAYNES, THERESA GERVAIS. Augsburg Park a Forgotten Dream Minnesota History, 40:375-383 (Winter, 1967).
Story of the struggle of Augsburg College to remain an urban college.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Hazlitt, H. Thorstein B. Veblen. CENTURY, 119:8-10 (October, 1929).
Volume 6, 1931

Hazlitt, H. Thorstein B. Veblen. CENTURY, 119:8-10 (October, 1929).
Volume 6, 1931

HEADLAND, HELEN. Ole Bull, Norwegian Minstrel. Rock Island, Illinois, 1949. 154 p.
Volume 17, 1952

HEBARD, GRACE R. Wergeland, Agnes Mathilde (May 8, 1857-Mch. 6, 1914). Dictionary of American biography, 20:1-2 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

HECKMAN, HAZEL. Island in the Sound. Seattle, 1967. 287 p.
Life on Anderson Island in Puget Sound as experienced by people of Scandinavian descent. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HEDBLOM, FALKE. Svenska-Amerika Berettar. Stockholm, 1982. 186 pp.
During the 1960s Hedblom and Torsten Ordeus visited Swedish America with the most modern
recording equipment in order to study Swedish dialects which might be better preserved here than in Sweden. This book covers Swedish-American life from early pioneer days to the 1960s.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Hedblom, Folke. “Swedish Personal Names in America.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 5: 17-35 (March, 1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HEDBLOM, FOLKE. Place-Names in Immigrant Communities. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 33:246-60 (October, 1972).
Deals especially with Swedish place-names but also touches on those left by other ethnic groups.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

HEG, E. BIDDLE. Stephen O. Himoe, Civil War Physician. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:30-56 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

Heg, Hans C. “Twelve Civil War Letters of Col. Hans C. Heg to His Son.” Edited by E. Biddle Heg. Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 177-198 (1989).
“An intimate and touching glimpse of this Norwegian-American war hero within the family circle.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HEG, HANS CHRISTIAN
C. J. Hambro. Hans Christian Heg: En hundreårsdag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:196-200 (August-September, 1963). Johan Hambro. Hero of Chickamauga. Norseman, 5:13-16 (Autumn, 1963).
Einar O. Hammer. Hans Christian Heg and the Fifteenth Wisconsin. Sons of Norway, 58: 129, 150 (July-August, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HEG, JAMES E. Commitment Commemorated. Sons of Norway Viking, 62: 126, 155 (May, June, 1965).
A great-grandson of Colonel Hans C. Heg stresses the sense of commitment of Norwegian soldiers in the Civil War.
---------- From the Saga of the 15th Wisconsin Regiment, Led by Col. Hans Chr. Heg in the Civil War, 100 Years Ago. Nordisk Tidende, April 8, 1965.
Captain Heg of the United States Army sketches the activities of the Fifteenth Wisconsin.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Heg. Helten fra Chickamauga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:232 (October, 1963).
Account of Colonel Hans Christian Heg.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Hegstad, Patsy Adams. “Scandinavian Settlement in Seattle, ‘Queen City of the Puget Sound.’” Norwegian-American Studies, 30:55-74 (1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HEIKEL, FELIX. Fran Förenta Staterna: Nitton bref jemte bihang. Helsingfors, 1973. xix, 184 pp.
From the United States: nineteen letters (plus an appendix) written by a Swedo-Finnish journalist, who traveled in the United States during 1872-1873.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HEILBUT, ANTHONY. Exiled in Paradise: German Refugee Artists and Intellectuals in America from the 1930s to the Present. New York, 1983. xiv, 506 pp.
Especially about refugees from Nazi Germany and their adaptation to American life.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Heimel, Paul W. “Beloved, Beleaguered, and Belittled: Ole Bull's New Norway,” Pennsylvania Heritage (1993), 19(2): 10-17.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Heimen. 3, 1994.
Special issue on Norwegian immigration to the United States containing the following articles: Odd S. Lovoll, “Innvandrernes Amerika”; David Mauk, “Broer mellom religiøse kulturer: Påvirkninger på fire ‘moderkirkers’ karakter i Brooklyns norske koloni”; Terje Mikael Hasle Joranger, “Immigrantliv i Midtvesten”; Einar Niemi, “Fra Nord-Norge til Amerika. Noen refieksjoner om problemstillinger, perspektiver og utfordringer”; Ola Alsvik, “Brev fra Norge til Amerika - kilder til norsk lokalhistorie?”; Jostein Molde, “Annotert bibliografi over litteratur om norsk oversjøisk utvandring siden 1975.” This issue also contains tributes to Gerhard Brandt Naeseth and Einar Haugen, two major figures in Norwegian-American scholarship, who both died in 1994.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

HEIMSKRINGLA. Commemorative booklet, 1911-12 ... 1936-37. Urbana, Illinois, Heimskringla, 1937.
19 p.
Heimskringla is the Scandinavian society of the University of Illinois. This booklet, compiled by C. U. Faye, secretary, gives the constitution and lists members, papers read, and public programs.
Volume 10, 1938

HEISTEIN, B. JOHN
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: B. John Heistein. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 4, 10-12 (April, 1971).
Vice-president and general manager of the North American division of the Scandinavian Airlines System.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

HEITMANN, JOHN
C. W. Schevenius. John Heitman. Minnesota Posten, September 17, 1970.
Tribute to a man who gained fame as a poet and leader among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

HEITMANN, JOHN. Julius B. Baumann; a Biographical Sketch. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:140-175 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

HEITMANN, John. Ole Edvart Rølvaag. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12: 144-166 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

HEITMANN, JOHN. Omkring Ole Edvart Rølvaag. Decorah-posten, August 15, 22, 29, 1941.
Volume 12, 1941

HEKTOEN, LUDVIG
Arne Kildal. Norskættet lege minnes i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:92 (May, 1964).
A Norwegian-American doctor commemorated in America. Hektoen was a prominent Chicago physician.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

HEKTOEN, LUDVIG
Viking Profile: Dr. Ludvig Hektoen. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:278 (September, 1969).
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Helge Ingstad gjør nye sensasjonelle funn på Newfoundland. Nordisk Tidende, October 3, 1968.
Reports more sensational finds by Ingstad.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Helge Ingstad gjorde nye funn på Newfoundland. Western Viking, November 18, 1966.
An interview with Ingstad reprinted from Aftenposten.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Helge Ingstad har funnet fiere hustufter på en siste og avsluttende ekspedisjon. Nordisk Tidende, August 25, 1966.
Ingstad found several remains of Viking houses on his latest expedition to Newfoundland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Helge Ingstad melder om nye sensasjonelle funn på Newfoundland. Nordisk Tidende, October 3, 1968.
New finds in Newfoundland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Helge Ingstads funn på Newfoundland skal bli turistattraksjon. Nordisk Tidende, June 6, 1968.
A museum and other attractions for tourists may be erected at the site of the remains of a Viking settlement at L’Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Helgesen, Ole. Ole Helgesens dagbok/Ole Helgesen’s Diary 1872-1878/Tinn, Telemark/Calmar, Iowa. Edited by Øyvind Tveitereid Gulliksen. Bø, Telemark [1988]. 250 pp.
An emigrant teacher from Tinn, Telemark, settled in Calmar, Iowa, and kept a diary. English summary.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HELLAND, ANDREAS. De som drog ud. Fitjar, bygdeskipnad og bygdesoga. Sandane, Norway, 1933.
68 p.
Professor Helland writes about emigration from the district of Fitjar, Norway, and lists 877 emigrants.
Volume 8, 1934

Helland, Andreas. Den ældste norske presteskole i Amerika. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:46-49 (February, 1930).
The story of Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis, which was founded in 1869.
Volume 6, 1931

Helland, Andreas. Den ældste norske presteskole i Amerika. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:46-49 (February, 1930).
The story of Augsburg Seminary, Minneapolis, which was founded in 1869.
Volume 6, 1931

HELLAND, MELVIN, tr. The Heritage of Faith: Selections from the Writings of Georg Sverdrup. Minneapolis, 1969. 140 p.
Articles by a well-known Norwegian-American church leader and president of Augsburg College.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Helleland, Botolv, ed. Norsk språk i Amerika/Norwegian Language in America. Oslo, 1991. 232 pp. Vol III of the Norwegian-American Historical Association chapter in Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HELLESNES, LARS. I onkel Sams land; en utvandrers ungdomssaga. Kragerø, Vestmars forlag,
1934. 181 p.
Volume 9, 1936

Helleve, Eirik. “Med Lutefisk i flaggstanga: Norsk Høstfest -- eitt Noreg i Amerika,” thesis, Dept. of Cultural Studies, University of Bergen, 1998. 127 pp. Title trans.: With lutefisk on the flagpole: Norwegian Høstfest -- a Norway in America.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

HELSETH, PETER
Bygmester Peter Helseth virker i California. Decorah-Posten, May 2, 1962.
A successful builder.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Hemke, Frederick L. “Arne Oldberg: Swedish-American Musician.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 42, 1: 24-29 (January, 1991).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HENDERSON, A. M. My Years in Story County. Annals of Iowa, 30: 604-616 (April, 1951).
Volume 18, 1954

HENDRICKSEN, NORMAN. Bitter Conquest. New York, 1957. 405 p.
A story dealing with the life of a Norwegian family which settled in northern California about the turn of the century.
Volume 20, 1959

HENDRICKSON, MAGDA. This Land Is Our Land. Calgary, Alberta, 1972. 199 pp.
A novel built largely on pioneer experiences in Bardo, Alberta, one of the earliest Norwegian settlements in Western Canada. The author is a granddaughter of the prominent pastor, Bersvend Anderson.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HENIE, SONJA. Mitt livs eventyr. Oslo, Gyldendal norsk forlag, 1938. 94 p.
Autobiography of the skating and motion-picture star.
Volume 11, 1940

HENIE, SONJA. Wings on My Feet. New York, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1940. 177 p.
Volume 12, 1941

Hennum, Gerd. “From Whaler to Captain of Scottish Industry.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 17-23.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Henriksen, Joan Felicia. “Four Generations of Rebellion.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 23-30.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HENRY, THOMAS R. The Riddle of the Kensington Stone. Reader's Digest, 27:33-37 (November, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

HENRYSON, HENRY T. Family Tree of Hans and Karen Olson, November 3, 1839-November 11, 1948. St. Paul [1948]. 92+92 p.
Volume 16 1950

HERMANNSSON, HALLDOR. The problem of Wineland. (Islendica, XXV.) Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell university press, 1936. 84 p.
Volume 10, 1938

HERMANSEN, ERLING
Andersen, Adolf. Erling Hermansen Memoriam. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 31 (September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HERNDON, MARGARET NEAL. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. American-Scandinavian Review, 54:268-274 (Autumn, 1966).
Boyesen’s career in America as author, lecturer, literary critic, teacher, and translator.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Hernt, William R. Stef: A Biography of Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Canadian Arctic Explorer. Vancouver, 1986. 317 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HERRICK, JOHN P. Oley Nelson-an Unforgettable Character. Annals of Iowa, 25:117-121
(October, 1943).
Oley Nelson, 1845-1938: farmer; representative in the Iowa General Assembly, 1886-88; state commander, G.A.R., 1927-28; national commander, G.A.R., 1935-36.
Volume 14, 1944

HERRON, EDWARD B. Wings over Alaska. New York, 1967. 217 p.
The story of Carl Ben Eielson, who was the first aviator to cross the top of the world and to establish air-mail service in Alaska.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Herschel, Alf. Fra Fana til Filadelfia. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:88 (April, 1958).
A biographical sketch of the Norwegian-American engineer.
Volume 20, 1959

HERSCHER, URI D. Jewish Agricultural Utopias in America, 1880-1910. Detroit, 1981. 197 pp.
"Herscher draws an interesting comparison between the success of the kibbutzim of Israel and the failure of the American collectivist ideal."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Herscher, Uri D., ed. A Century of Memories, 1882-1982: The East European Experience in America. New York, 1983. 189 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

HERTSGAARD, HALVOR and RANDI
Oscar I. Hertsgaard. Halvor og Randi Hertsgaard. Hallingen, September, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HERTSGAARD, O. I. Barndommens nybyggerliv. Hallingen, September, 1965.
Childhood on the North Dakota prairie.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HERTSGAARD, O. I. De siste ti aar. Hallingen, June, 1967.
Report of meetings of the Hallinglag in the period from 1957 to 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HERTSGAARD, O. I. Nybyggerhus fra Kindred sendes til Folkemuseumet paa Bygdøy. Hallingen, 170:30-32 (March, 1955).
A pioneer house from Kindred, North Dakota, is sent to the folk museum at Bygdøy, Oslo.
Volume 19, 1956

HERTSGAARD, O. I. Torskeklubben i Minneapolis. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49: 122 (June, 1956).
An account of the “Codfish Club,” a social organization.
Volume 20, 1959

HERTSGAARD, O. I.
“Hallingkongen” Still Going Strong. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67: 121-123 (1974).
Review of the work of O. I. Hertsgaard, the “king of the Hallings,” in behalf of Norse interests in America.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

HERTSGAARD, OSCAR I.
“Hallingkongen” er 85 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:102 (May, 1968).
Sketch of Oscar I. Hertsgaard, active in the promotion of Norwegian culture in America.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

HERTSGAARD, OSCAR I.
“Hallingkongen” i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:145 (June, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HESKESTAD, SVERRE. Stavangerskuter i emigrant-farten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:275-277 (1974).
Sailboats from Stavanger were engaged in the transportation of emigrants.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Hess, Earl J., ed. A German in the Yankee Fatherland: The Civil War Letters of Henry A. Kircher. Kent, Ohio, 1983. xi, 169 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hessel, Susan T. “A Norwegian-American Medical Dynasty.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 89, 3: 14-17.
Adolf Gundersen founder of the Gundersen Clinic in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HETLE, ERIK. Lars Wilhelm Boe; a Biography. Minneapolis, 1949. 2O3 p.
This biography of the former president of St. Olaf College is reviewed in Minnesota History, 30:377 (December, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

Heyerdahl, Johan Fr. “Arley Bjella: Norsk ess i Minneapolis.” The Norseman, 27, 5: N-4-5 (September, 1987).
An interview with the retiring president of Lutheran Brotherhood.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HIGHAM, JOHN. "Integrating America: The Problem of Assimilation in the Nineteenth Century." Journal of American Ethnic History, 1:7-25 (Fall, 1981).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Higham, John. “The Ethnic Historical Society in Changing Times.” Journal of American Ethnic History, 14, 2 (Winter, 1994) 30-44.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Higham, John. “The Mobilization of Immigrants in Urban America.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 3-33 (1986).
A review of the scholarly debate about the immigrant’s impact of urban America.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HIGHAM, JOHN. From Immigrants to Minorities: Some Recent Literature. American Quarterly, 10:83-88 (Spring, 1958).
---------- Strangers in the Land: Patterns of American Nativism, 1860-1925. New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1957. 431 p.
Reviewed in Wisconsin Magazine of History, Autumn, 1956.
Volume 20, 1959

HIGHAM, JOHN. Send These to Me: Jews and Other Immigrants in Urban America. New York, 1975. ix, 259 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Hildebrand, Carver Edstrom. “David Edstrom, Swedish American Sculptor.” Swedish American Genealogist, 10, 1: 17-29 (March, 1990).
Edstrom (1873-1938) practiced his craft in Europe and the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hill, Dennis Auburn. Norwegian Local History: A Bibliography of Material in the Collections of the Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison, Wisconsin, 1989. xiii, 125 pp.
“The largest collection of its kind in North America, the material includes ‘bygdebøker’ . . . as well as compendia, directories, anniversary volumes, publications of local history societies and traditional historical works totaling around 1300 titles.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HILL, DUDLEY TOLL. Genealogy of the Toll Family (of Daniel and Simon) Branches, with Allied Families of the Former, Together with a Brief History of the Founder, Karel Hansen Toll. Schenectady, New York, 1941. 47 p.
Volume 15, 1949

HILL, JOHN. Successful Computer Wizard. The Norseman, No. 2: 33-36 (1977).
The story of Gene M. Amdahl and the Amdahl computer plant in Sunnyvale, California.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HILLBRAND, PERCIE V. The Norwegians in America. Minneapolis, 1967. 80 p.
Sketches of Norwegian Americans for young folk.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HILLBRAND, PERCIE V. The Norwegians in America. Minneapolis, 1967. 80 pp.
A survey of the contributions made by Norwegian immigrants and their descendants to American life. Intended for young readers.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Himle, Kjell J. “Odd Johannesson Himle: Ein utvandrar frå Voss,” Gamalt frå Voss. Voss Bygdeboknemnd, Voss Sogelag, Voss Folkemuseum, I: 82-98. Title trans.: Odd J. Himle: an emigrant from Voss..Hogan, Otto. “Den underlege reisa,” Årsskrift for Lesja historielag (1997), I: 90-101. Title trans.: The strange journey.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

HISTORIES OF CONGREGATIONS
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

HISTORIES OF CONGREGATIONS
Volume 24, 1970 (histories of congregrations)

History of the Leif Erikson Statue in Boston.” Norway Times/Nordisk Tidende, October 8, 1987, 5, 7.
The statue, the first of Leif Ericson to be erected in the United States, is 100 years old.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

History of the Spring Grove church organizations. Spring Grove, Minnesota, 1933. 71p.
Trinity Lutheran church of Spring Grove, Minnesota, was organized in 1855 by Norwegian immigrants. The first church building was erected in 1860. Nine church organizations, principally ladies' aids, are accounted for in this pamphlet. There are several authors. The chairman of the history committee is Mrs. Emil Trehus.
Volume 8, 1934

HJELMESETH, EILERT. Elling Eielsen, - en norsk banebryder. Norsk ungdom, 2l:l-2 (March, 1933).
A biographical sketch of a noted pioneer churchman.
Volume 8, 1934

Hjelmeseth, Eilert. Norumbega-Norvega. Var der en norsk-grønlandsk koloni nær Boston ca.
500 aar--fra Leif Ericksons opdagelsesfærd til det sekstende aarhundrede? NORSK UNGDOM, 20:13--14 (May, 1932).
From the name, Norumbega, as a starting point, the author proceeds to ask whether there was a Norse-Greenland colony near Boston for a period of five hundred years from the discovery of America by Leif Eriksson to the sixteenth century, and he concludes that the evidence sustains the probability of such a colony.
Volume 7, 1933

HJELMESETH, EILERT. Vinlands gaaten; historisk roman. Chicago, John Anderson publishing company, 1934. 206 p.
Fiction. The Vinland riddle. The action takes place in Norway, Greenland, and America in the years 1354-1364, and the Kensington rune stone figures in the story.
Volume 9, 1936

HJELM-HANSEN, PAUL
Erling Innvik. Redaktør Paul Hjelm-Hansen. Decorah-Posten, May 25, 1967.
A sketch of the promoter of settlement in the Red River Valley.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

HJELM-HANSEN, PAUL, JR. Minne fra pionerenes dager. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 105-106 (1976).
The home of Just Christian Grønvold in Wanamingo, Minnesota, will be preserved as it was left when Dr. Grønvold died in 1895.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HJERMSTAD, H. A. L. Fra nybyggerdagene paa prærien i midtre Nord Dakota. Samband, 9:2-12
(March, 1933).
Recollections of a Lutheran pastor on the prairies of central North Dakota.
---------- Smaafortællinger fra nybyggerdagene paa prærien. Samband, 9:42-48 (June, 1933).
Frontier anecdotes from North Dakota.
Volume 8, 1934

Hjortaass H. Chr. Adrian Bentzon; Bergensgutten som vandt Amerikas første "Dollars-
prinsesse," John Jacob Astors datter. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, February 11, 1932, p.10.
The story of Adrian Bentzon (1777-1827), of Bergen, Norway, who married Magdalene Astor, daughter of John Jacob Astor, in 1807.
Volume 7, 1933

HJORTH-SØRENSEN, ODD. Fra umulius til altmuligmann. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:6-8 (January, 1957).
A sketch of the famous polar explorer, Bernt Balchen.
Volume 20, 1959

Hobson, J. A. Thorstein Veblen. SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, 21:342-345 (October, 1929).
An appraisal of the economic and sociological work of Thorstein Veblen, with biographical information.
Volume 5, 1930

HOBSON, JOHN A. Veblen. New York, J. Wiley & sons, inc., 1937. 27 p.
Volume 10, 1938

Hodne, Halvor. Rev. Carl Johan Eastvold, D. D. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 13:1165-1167
(August 13, 1929).
A biographical sketch and encomium of a prominent pastor and former president of the Hauges Synod.
Volume 5, 1930

HODNEFIELD, J., comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, IV. Norwegian-American studies and records, 8:136-161 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XIII. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17: 159-165 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XII. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 16:190-200 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, X. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:235-243 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, IX. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:179-185 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, VIII. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12: 178-187 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, VII. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:160-168 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History,
VI. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 10:176-188 (1938).
Volume 11, 1940

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, V.
Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:106-118 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, III. Norwegian-American studies and records, 7: 74-92 (1933).
Volume 8, 1934

Hodnefield, Jacob, comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:122-133 (1930).
An annotated list of books and articles published principally during 1929, with a few items from 1928 and 1930.
Volume 6, 1931

Hodnefield, Jacob, comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:122-133 (1930).
An annotated list of books and articles published principally during 1929, with a few items from 1928 and 1930.
Volume 6, 1931

Hodnefield, Jacob, comp. Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, II.
STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6: 168-182 (1931).
A second installment of the bibliography begun in volume 5.
Volume 7, 1933

HODNEFIELD, JACOB. Erik L. Petersen. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:176-184 (1949).
---------- Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XI. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:210-218 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

HODNEFIELD, JACOB. Norwegian-American Bygdelags and Their Publications. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18:163-222 (1954).
---------- Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History. Norwegian-American
Studies and Records,
18: 223-232 (1954).
---------- The Story County Colony of 1855. Annals of Iowa, 33:34-43 (July, 1955).
An account of the founding of a Norwegian settlement in Iowa.
Volume 19, 1956

HODNEFIELD, OLIVE. Autobiography. Gleanings, 10:10-13 (Hankow, China, April, 1933).
Olive Hodnefield came to America with her parents in 1873 when she was seven years old, lived in Iowa until 1892, went to Shanghai, China, in January, 1893, and has rounded out forty years as a Lutheran missionary, spending most of the time at Fancheng, Hupeh province.
Volume 8, 1934

HOEN, PETER L. Mit levnetsløb. Brookfield, Illinois, Pacific press publishing association, 1932. 62 p.
The reminiscences of a Seventh-Day Adventist who was an evangelist in certain Norwegian communities in Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Kansas, New York, and Maine. He was born in Norway in 1838 and in, migrated in 1871.
Volume 10, 1938

Hoerder, Dirk , ed. Labor Migration in the Atlantic Economies: The European and North American Working Classes During the Period of Industrialization. Westport, Connecticut, 1985. 491 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HOERDER, DIRK, ed. American Labor and Immigration Histony, 1877-1920s: Recent European Research. Urbana, Illinois, 1983. ix. 286 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Hoerder, Dirk, ed. Essays on the Scandinavian-North American Press: 1880-1930. Bremen, 1984. 161 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hoerder, Dirk, ed. The Immigrant Labor Press in North America, 1840s-1970s: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, Connecticut, 1987. 3 vols.
Bibliographies and indexes in American History, no. 8, published by Greenwood Press. Volume 1 deals with newspapers published by immigrants from Northern Europe panes, Swedes, Norwegians, Finns, and Icelanders), introductory material explaining the background and procedures of the project, and an essay by Hoerder analyzing overall immigration patterns and the development and role of the immigrant labor press.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Hoff, Olaf. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN TECHNICAL JOURNAL, I :4 (December, 1928).
An unsigned article dealing with a noted engineer.
Volume 5, 1930

HOFF, PHILIP
Rolf N. B. Haugen. Philip Hoff: Vermont Governor. Norseman, no. 2, p. 49-5 1 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Hoff, Stein. Drømmen om Galapagos. En ukjent norsk utvandrerhistorie. Oslo, 1985. 211 pp.
Norwegian emigration to the Galapagos Islands.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hoff, Tina. Erindringer fra nybyggerdagene i Nord Dakota. SAMBAND, 7:130--133 (December,
1931).
Recollections of pioneer days in North Dakota.
Volume 7, 1933

Hoflund, Charles J. Getting Ahead: A Swedish Immigrant’s Reminiscences, 1834-1887. Edited by H. Arnold Barton. Carbondale, Illinois, 1989. 127 pp.
An immigrant from Djursdala Parish, Sweden, describes his home in Sweden, the journey and life in Illinois, Wisconsin and Nebraska from 1850.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HOFRENNING, B. M. Captain Jens Munk's Septentrionalis; Norse Discovery of Churchill, Hudson Bay, Sept. 7, 1619. [Fergus Falls, Minnesota, 1942.] 71 p.
Volume 13, 1943

HOFRENNING, B. M. Port Churchill --- Hudson Bay. First Lutheran churchman to North America, 1619. Rev. Rasmus Jenson Aarhus, the first Lutheran pastor, came to Churchill, 1619. Lutheran herald, 16:722-724, 734-735 (June 7, 1932).
Aarhus accompanied the Munch expedition. He died on February 20, 1620.
Volume 8, 1934

HOFSTEAD, J. A. Sunnhordlands laget --- en historisk oversigt. Skandinaven, August 15, 1933, p. 9.
The history of the Sunnhordland lag, which was organized in 1911 in Story City, Iowa.
Volume 8, 1934

Hofstead, John A. American educators of Norwegian origin; biographical dictionary.
Minneapolis, Printed at Augsburg publishing house, 1931. 316 p.
Reviewed in a number of periodicals and papers, including Nordmanns-Forbundet, 25:13-14 (January, 1932); Skandinaven, November 17, 1931, p. 4, and December 4, 1931, p. 4; Nordisk tidende, October 8, 1931, p. 18; and Visergutten, October 22, 1931, p. 1,6. The author gives an explanation and résumé in Minneapolis tidende for December 17, 1931, p. 10.
Volume 7, 1933

Hoglund, A. William. “Finnish-Americans and Their Disappearing Immigrant Generation.” Scandinavian Review, 73, 4: 62-71 (Winter, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

HOGLUND, A. WILLIAM. Finnish Immigrants in America, 1880- 1920. Madison, 1960. 213 p.
This is mainly an account of the associational life of the Finnish immigrants.
Volume 21, 1962

HOGLUND, A. WILLIAM. Finnish Immigrants in America, 1880-1920. Madison, Wisconsin, 1960. 213 p.
Emphasizes organizational life and the search for economic and political freedom. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Hoglund, A. William. Immigrants and their Children in the United States. A Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations, 1885-1982. New York, 1986. xxviii, 491 pp.
A listing of 3,543 dissertations on immigrants to the continental United States since 1789 and their children.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Hoidahl, Aagot D. Norwegian-American fiction since 1880. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5: 61-83 (1930).
A survey, with mention of the leading figures, such as Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, Waldemar Ager, O. E. Rølvaag, Martha Ostenso, and others.
Volume 6, 1931

Hoidahl, Aagot D. Norwegian-American fiction since 1880. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5: 61-83 (1930).
A survey, with mention of the leading figures, such as Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, Waldemar Ager, O. E. Rølvaag, Martha Ostenso, and others.
Volume 6, 1931

HOKANSON, NELS M.
Franklin D. Scott. The Saga of Nels M. Hokanson - Immigrant and Immigrant Historian. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 198-208 (1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Hokkanen, Lawrence and Sylvia, with Anita Middleton. Karelia: A Finnish-American Couple in Stalin’s Russia, 1934-1941. St. Cloud, Minn., 1991. xix, 139 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

HOLAND, H. R. A bit from the life of the early settlers; how some of our people experienced the hard times of 1873. Lutheran almanac, 1933, p. 17-26.
This information, which concerns the Norwegian settlement at Lake Park, Minnesota, was furnished Mr. Holand by Kristen Eriksen Bjørge, who came into the district in 1870 from Wisconsin. The trip from Wisconsin was made by ox team and took two months.
Volume 8, 1934

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. A Pre-Columbian Crusade to America. New York, 1962. 203 p.
Holand’s fifth book on the Kensington Rune Stone. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, April, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. A Review of the Kensington Stone Research. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 36:235-239, 273-276 (Summer, 1953).
Also issued as a reprint.
---------- Scandinavian Mementos of Medieval Visits to America. Aarboger for nordisk oldkyndighed og historie, 244-250 (1951).
Also issued as a reprint.
---------- Skandinaviske minnesmerker i Amerika fra det fjortende aarhundrede. Aarbøger for nordisk oldkyndighed og historie, 227-244 (1951).
Volume 18, 1954

Holand, Hjalmar R. An early Norwegian fur trader of the Canadian Northwest. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:1-13 (1930).
An account of the life of Willard Ferdinand Wentzel as clerk of the Northwest Company and as guide to Captain John Franklin on an exploring expedition beyond the Coppermine River in 1819.
Volume 6, 1931

Holand, Hjalmar R. An early Norwegian fur trader of the Canadian Northwest. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:1-13 (1930).
An account of the life of Willard Ferdinand Wentzel as clerk of the Northwest Company and as guide to Captain John Franklin on an exploring expedition beyond the Coppermine River in 1819.
Volume 6, 1931

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. Coon Prairie. Decorah, Iowa, 1977. 305 pp.
An historical report of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Congregation originally written in Norwegian on the occasion of its 75th anniversary in 1927. The present edition was translated into English by Oivind M. Hovde.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Holand, Hjalmar R. Coon Valley: en historisk beretning om de norske menigheter i Coon Valley. Skrevet i anledning av kaldets 75-aarsfest i 1928. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house, 1928, 272 p.
An historical account of the Norwegian Lutheran churches of Coon Valley, Wisconsin. The book
opens with a descriptive chapter on Coon Valley, which is followed by others on the first settlers,
pioneer days, communal affairs, and Coon Valley soldiers in the Civil War. Eleven chapters (p. 63-159) are devoted to accounts of churches and pastors. Chapter 18, on some of the sons and daughters of Coon Valley, contains twenty-one short biographical sketches of contemporaries, with portraits. Perhaps the most valuable portion of the book is chapter 19 (p. 172-263), consisting of pioneer biographies. There are sketches of some 450 individuals, in many cases accompanied by photographs.
---------- ed. Early days in Ephraim; a collection of sketches prepared for the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of the dedication of the Ephraim Moravian church. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, The Door County historical society, 1929. 40 p. (PENINSULA HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 3, no. 1.)
The fact that Ephraim was largely settled by Norwegian immigrants lends interest to this item. The pamphlet includes articles on "Ephraim in the making," by Clement Houler; "A brief account of the Ephraim Moravian church," by George Westphal; and "Reminiscences of a pioneer," by Carl Nelson.
---------- Norway House i Canadas skoger. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 22; 377-381 (November, 1929).
A description and account of Norway House on Lake Winnipeg.
Volume 5, 1930

Holand, Hjalmar R. En sagastub fra nybyggerlivet. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:24-28
(December, 1930).
Kristen Eriksen Bjørge, immigrant from Gudbrandsdalen, Norway, has recounted to the author of this article his experiences as a pioneer, his trip in 1870 from his first halting place in Wisconsin to the Lake Park settlement in northwestern Minnesota, his construction of a log cabin, early tillage, muskrat hunting, his recollections of grasshopper plagues, Indian troubles, and the coming of the railroads.
----------Den sidste folkevandring; sagastubber fra nybyggerlivet i Amerika. Oslo, Forlagt av H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), 1930. 331 p.
In this volume the author deals with pioneer Norwegian settlements. The topics include: The Norwegian pioneer; Cleng Peerson; Muskego settlement; Ephraim, Wisconsin; Winneshiek County, Iowa; Goodhue County, Minnesota; Norway Lake, Minnesota; Indian war; Grasshopper plague; Land of ten thousand lakes; Grant County, Minnesota; Dakota County, Minnesota; and the Red River Valley. Reviewed by Arne Kildal in Nordmands-forbundet, 23:373 (November, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Holand, Hjalmar R. En sagastub fra nybyggerlivet. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:24-28
(December, 1930).
Kristen Eriksen Bjørge, immigrant from Gudbrandsdalen, Norway, has recounted to the author of this article his experiences as a pioneer, his trip in 1870 from his first halting place in Wisconsin to the Lake Park settlement in northwestern Minnesota, his construction of a log cabin, early tillage, muskrat hunting, his recollections of grasshopper plagues, Indian troubles, and the coming of the railroads.
----------Den sidste folkevandring; sagastubber fra nybyggerlivet i Amerika. Oslo, Forlagt av H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), 1930. 331 p.
In this volume the author deals with pioneer Norwegian settlements. The topics include: The Norwegian pioneer; Cleng Peerson; Muskego settlement; Ephraim, Wisconsin; Winneshiek County, Iowa; Goodhue County, Minnesota; Norway Lake, Minnesota; Indian war; Grasshopper plague; Land of ten thousand lakes; Grant County, Minnesota; Dakota County, Minnesota; and the Red River Valley. Reviewed by Arne Kildal in Nordmands-forbundet, 23:373 (November, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Holand, Hjalmar R. Gamle jægere i Douglas Co.; en beretning om de første nybyggere i
Douglas County, Minnesota. REFORM, June 25, 1931, p.2, July 2, 1931, p.2.
Pioneers and hunters in Douglas County, Minnesota, a Norwegian settlement.
---------- The Kensington stone; a study in pre-Columbian American history. Ephraim,
Wisconsin, Author, 1932. 316 p.
A comprehensive treatment, summing up the evidence that the author has accumulated concerning the famous Kensington rune stone. Reviewed in Minnesota history, 115:182-184 (June, 1932); American-Scandinavian review, 22:224-230 (April, 19325); New York times book review, February 21, 1932, p. 14; Nordisk tidende, April 28, 1932, p. 1, 16; Reform, January 28, 1932, p. 2, and February 25, 1932, p. 4, 7; and elsewhere.
Volume 7, 1933

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. Kensingtonsteinens mangfoldighet. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst och industri, 26:121-129 (1950).
---------- The Origin of the Kensington Inscription. Scandinavian Studies, 23:23-30 (February, 1951).
Volume 17, 1952

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. My First Eighty Years. New York, 1957. 256 p.
The autobiography of the intrepid champion of the Kensington rune stone.
---------- Norway’s Most Remarkable Emigrant to America. Sons of Norway, 55 :5 (January, 1958).
An article about Nils Otto Tank, who tried to found a socialist community in the wilds of Wisconsin.
---------- Explorations in America before Columbus. New York, 1955. 381 p.
Volume 20, 1959

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. Norwegians in America: The Last Migration. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1978. 256 pp.
A translation by Helmer M. Blegen of Holand’s popular Den siste folkevandring, published in 1930. The present version is edited by Evelin Ostraat Wierenga and illustrated by Elsie Hotvedt Thorsen.
Volume 28, 1979 (book)

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. Westward from Vinland; An Account of the Norse Discoveries and Explorations in America, 98-1362. New York, Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940. 354 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 21:302-304 (September, 1940).
Volume 12, 1941

HOLAND, HJALMAR RUED
Theodore C. Blegen. Runestone Champion. Minnesota History, 38:383 (December, 1963).
Hjalmar R. Holand avgaat ved døden. Decorah-Posten, August 15, 1963.
Bertram Jensenius. Hjalmar R. Holand Died August 8. Vinland (Chicago), August 15, 19683
Harold S. Langland. Hjalmar Rued Holand. Minnesota Posten (Minneapolis), August 15, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HOLAND, HJALMAR RUED). America, 1355-1364, a New Chapter in Pre-Columbian History. New York, 1946. 256 p.
Volume 15, 1949

HOLAND, HJALMAR RUED. A Fourteenth-Century Runic Inscription from Martha's Vineyard. Scandinavian Studies, 21:79-88 (May, 1949).
---------- Hjalmar Rued Holand Presents New Evidence That Famous Newport Tower Was Built by Norsemen. Nordisk tidende, August 19, 1948.
---------- The Newport Tower, Norse or English: The Measurements Give the Answer. American-
Scandinavian Review,
87:280-286 (September, 1949).
---------- Vinland Visited 1050. American-Scandinavian Review, 37:18-25 (March, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

HOLAND, HJALMAR RUED. The Runic Inscription on No Man's Land. New England Quarterly, 17:56-70 (March, 1944).
Also issued as a reprint.
Volume 14, 1944

Holand. Noted Historian Receives Sons of Norway Recognition. Sons of Norway, 59:65 (April, 1962).
Festivities honoring Hjalmar Rued Holand.
---------- Hjalmar Rued Holand: He Kept Alive Our History. Capital Times, August 10, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HOLBERT, SUE E. AND HOLMQUIST, JUNE D. A History Tour of 50 Twin City Landmarks. St. Paul, 1966. 64 p.
Includes the Muskego Church on the campus of Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HOLBO, PAUL S. The Farmer-Labor Association: Minnesota’s Party within a Party. Minnesota History, 38:301-309 (September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HOLGER, ARBMAN. The Vikings. New York, 1961. 212 p.
Volume 21 of a series, Ancient Peoples and Places. Translated and edited by Alan Binns, it deals with colonization in several areas, including North America. Reviewed in Speculum, October, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

HOLLAND, CLIFFORD B. Towhead, Son of a Norman. New York, 1976. 237 pp.
A Norwegian-American boy grows to maturity on the Mesabi Iron Range during the years 1912-1921.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HOLLAND, RUTH ROBINS. Vikings of the West: The Scandinavian immigrants in America. New York, 1968. 61 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Hollwas, John. “John Reagan’s Emigrant’s Guide: A Neglected Literary Achievement.” Illinois Historical Journal, 77: 269-294 (Winter, 1984).
The Emigrant’s Guide is a detailed account of immigration to early Illinois.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HOLMEN, TORLEIF K.
Asbjørn E. Thomassen. Torleif K. Holmen Memoriam. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 30 (September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

HOLMES, FRED L. Old World Wisconsin; around Europe in the Badger State. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 1944. 368 p.
Chapter 5, p. 91-108, is entitled "Festive Vikings Devour Lutefisk,-Stoughton and Westby."
Volume 15, 1949

HOLMES, FREDERICK L. Old World Wisconsin: Around Europe in the Badger State. Madison, 1974. 368 pp.
A discussion of the European ethnic groups, both large and small, that settled in Wisconsin. Originally published in 1944.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

HOLMQUIST, JUNE DRENNING, ed. They Chose Minnesota: A Survey of the State’s Ethnic Groups. St. Paul, 1981. 614 pp.
Contains essays on the Norwegians by Carlton C. Qualey and Jon A. Gjerde, the Swedes by John G. Rice, the Danes and Icelanders by Ann Regan, and the Finns and Swede-Finns by Timo Riippa. The book is a result of a project initiated at the Minnesota Historical Society by Carlton C. Qualey in 1973. There is information on sixty ethnic groups that settled in Minnesota.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

HOLST, H. B. Har den store utvandring fra Sørlandet været til landsdelens fordel? Nordisk tidende, January l2, 1933, p.
This discussion raises the question as to whether emigration from the southern part of Norway has been of benefit to the district. No definite conclusion is reached, but the weight of the argument seems to be in the affirmative.
Volume 8, 1934

HOLSTAD, RUTH. I Remember Grandma. Ebenezer, 30:24-27 (February, 1963).
Sketch about Mrs. Hans A. Hoistad of Northfield.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HOLTAN, GEORGE T. and C. CARL, and BRACKEY, AGNES. Holtan Family History. Forest City, Iowa, 1950. 86 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Holten, Endre. “Ein utvandrer frå Jordalsgrenda.” Du mitt Nordmøre, 1989: 80-83.
About Gunder Graven, emigrant from Møre in the west of Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Holten, Endre. “Romsdalinger i Lincoln City, South Dakota.” Årsskrift. Romsdal sogelag, 1992, I: 75-79.
Emigrants from Romsdal, Møre og Romsdal.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Holubetz, Sylvia H., ed. Farewell to the Homeland: European Immigration to Northeast Wisconsin, 1840 to 1900. Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1984. 150 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Home of the Pioneers." The Norseman, 40-41 (2, 1982).
The parsonage at Snåsa in North Trøndelag was the childhood home of two prominent Norwegian-American immigrants: Ole Rynning, author of the influential book, True Account of America, and Bernt Julius Muus, founder of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

HONG, EDNA HATLESTAD, and HONG, HOWARD. Muskego Boy. Minneapolis, Augsburg Publishing House, [1943]. 96 p.
Fiction; the setting is the Norwegian settlement and the time is a hundred years ago.
Volume 14, 1944

Hong, Margot Höjfors. Ölänningar över haven. Utvandring från Öland 1840-1930. Uppsala, 1986. 276 pp.
Emigration from the island of Öland, Sweden, 1840-1930. Published as number 143 of the series. Studia Historica Upsaliensia.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HOOVER, KNIGHT. Norwegians in New York. Norwegian-American Studies, 24:221-234 (1970).
The origin, present status, and possible future of the Norwegian colony in New York City and Brooklyn.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

HOPP, ZINKEN. Eventyret om Ole Bull. Bergen, 1945. 293 p.
Includes an account of Bull’s American tours and experiences.
Volume 18, 1954

Horton, Myles. An Autobiography by Myles Horton, with Judith Kohl and Herbert Kohl. Preface by Bill Moyers. New York, 1990. 231 pp.
Horton (1905-1990) founded the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle, Tennessee, on Danish folk school models which he studied in Denmark. “It may well be that Grundtvig’s educational ideas have found their most effective expression in this country through the efforts of Myles Horton.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HOSTVEDT, ERLING. Camp Little Norway og den norske marine.
Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35:6-8 (January, 1942).
From this base in Canada the Norwegian fliers and the Norwegian marine co-operate.
Volume 13, 1943

HOTTRAN, PETTER
Norskamerikaneren som har slaat sig til ro i Norge. Decorah-Posten, August 9, 1962.
An immigrant retires to Norway.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Houe, Poul, ed. Out of Scandinavia: Essays on Transatlantic Crossings of Cultural Boundaries. Minneapolis, 1993. 116 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

HOUGEN, OLAF. Magnus Swenson, Inventor and Chemical Engineer. Norwegian-American Studies
and Records,
10:152-175 (1938).
Volume 11, 1940

Hought, Anna Guttormsen with Florence Ekstrand. Anita. Seattle, Washington, 1986. 142 pp.
Autobiography of a girl from Oslo who settled in northern Montana.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

HOUKOM, JOHN A., ed. Pioneer Kjærkebøn Writes from Coon Prairie. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 27:439-445 (June, 1944).
Two letters written December 18, 1856, and October 23, 1858, to Svenung Olsen Houkom, at Kviteseid, Telemark, Norway. Kjærkebøn emigrated in 1851.
Volume 15, 1949

HOUKOM, MRS. A. Graphic Descriptions of Pioneer Days. Telesoga, series 2, no. 4, p. 12-17 (1952).
Wisconsin pioneering during the nineteenth century.
Volume 18, 1954

HOVDE, B. J. Notes on the effects of emigration upon Scandinavia. Journal of modern history, 6:253-279 (September, 1934).
Volume 9, 1936

HOVDE, BRYN J. Scandinavia in a Divided World; Institute on the Marshall Plan, the North Atlantic Pact, and Related Problems as They Affect Particularly the Scandinavian Countries, January 9, 10, 11, and 12, 1950. Bryn J. Hovde and others. Under the auspices of the University of Minnesota’s program in Scandinavian area studies. Minneapolis, 1950. 64 p.
Volume 17, 1952

HOVDE, BRYNJOLF J. Norwegian-Americans. In Francis J. Brown and Joseph S. Roucek, Our racial and national minorities, their history, contributions, and present problems, 103-115. New York, Prentice-Hall, inc., 1937.
A brief survey of Norwegian immigration, from 1825 to the present time, to New York, Illinois, and the West, exhibiting the growth of immigration, its type, causes (economic and otherwise, including America letters) and describing the cultural life in the established communities represented by churches, schools, periodicals and papers, politics, and literature.
Volume 10, 1938

HOVDE, BRYNJOLF J. The Scandinavian Countries, 1720-1865; the Rise of the Middle Classes. Boston, 1943. 2 vols.
Chapter 27, vol. 2, p. 650-661, is entitled, "Emigration."
Volume 15, 1949

Hovde, Brynjolf J., transl, and ed. Three civil war letters from 1862. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 4: 74-91 (1929).
The first two of these letters are devoted mainly to a description of the battle between the "Monitor" and the "Merrimac," and the third describes certain aspects of the peninsular campaign of 1862 under General McClellan. The letters were printed in the Norwegian newspaper Morgenbladet (Christiania), under date of May 27 and July 24, 1862.
Volume 5, 1930

HOVDE, GUDRUN. Snowshoe Thompson. Arbok for Telemark, 54-64 (Skien, Norway, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

HOVDHAUGEN, EINAR. Utvandringa til Amerika frå Ringebu. Ringebu, Norway, 1983. xiii, 177 pp.
Immigration from the community of Ringebu, Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HOVELSEN, LEIF. The Flying Norseman. Ishpeming, Michigan, 1983. 132 pp.
An account by his son of the life of Carl Hovelsen, a Norwegian skier who later came to America where he promoted the skiing sport for many years.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HØVERSTAD, H. En tur til Valders, Wisconsin. Samband, 10: 93-97 (December, 1934).
A portrayal of the Norwegian settlement at Valders, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, with an illustration of the first church and a portrait of Stefan Olson Helle, pioneer.
Volume 9, 1936

Høverstad, Helge. De norsk-amerikanske bygdelags indflydelse paa vort land og paa vort folks kultur. SKANDINAVEN ALMANAK OG KALENDER, 1929, p. 70-75.
Considers the influence of the Norwegian-American bygdelag, especially on the culture of the Norwegian-Americans.
Volume 5, 1930

Hovland, Bjørg, et al., eds. Frå Sogn til Amerika: den tidlege utvandringa, translated by Ion Drew, et al. Kaupanger: Historielaget for Sogn, 1994. 151 pp.; ill. Årbok for Sogn, 1994, no. 40. Captions and summary in English. Title trans.: From Sogn to America: the early emigration.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

HOWARD, J. T. Tapper, Bertha Feiring (Jan. 25, 1859-Sept. 1915). Dictionary of American biography,
18:305-306 (1936).
Volume 9, 1936

HOWE, IRVING. World of Our Fathers. New York, 1976. 714 pp.
A sociocultural history of the approximately two million Jews who left Russia for the United States between 1881 and 1921.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Hoyle, Karen Nelson. “Danish Immigrant Contributions to Mainstream American Children’s Literature, 1867-1983: An Overview.” The Bridge, 6, 2: 18-26 (1983).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HOYME, GJERMUND. Fra Formann Hoymes barndom. Jul i vesterheimen, 19-22 (1958).
Autobiographical notes of Gjermund Hoyme (1848-1902), for a number of years president of the United Norwegian Lutheran Church in America.
Volume 18, 1954

Hughey, Michael W “Making’ History: The Vikings in the American Heartland. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 2, 3 (Spring, 1989) 338-360.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H.
Johan Hambro. Første norsk-amerikanske vice-president. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:246-248 (December, 1964).
The first Norwegian-American Vice-President.
Hans Kristoffersen. Hva med senator Hubert Humphreys norske bakgrund? Nordisk Tidende, September 3, 1964.
Sketch of Humphrey’s Norwegian background.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

HUMPHREY, HUBERT. Leif Eriksons opdagelse av Amerika maa bli anerkjent. Decorah-Posten, June 13, 1963.
Speech to the Congress introducing a joint resolution recognizing Leif Ericson’s discovery of America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

HUMPHREY, SENATOR HUBERT H. Norway - A Living Testimonial to the American Dream. Sons of Norway Viking, 72: 282 (1975).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HUNNESTAD, STEINAR. Prærien i vest. Oslo, 1980. 215 pp.
Account of a journey across America, including visits to areas of Norwegian settlement.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HUNNESTAD, STEINAR. Prærien i vest. Oslo, 1980. 215 pp.
An illustrated volume about life in the United States.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

HUNT, MORTON M. Secret of the Vanished Explorer. Saturday Evening Post, 223:40 (June 9, 1951).
Reprinted in abbreviated form as “Saga of Leif the Lucky and Mr. Pohl,” in Reader’s Digest, 59:10-14 (September, 1951).
Volume 17, 1952

Hurt, H. W. Goals. New York, Murray book corporation, 1931. 272 p.
The story of Knute Rockne, written for boys, with emphasis on his athletic attainments.
Volume 7, 1933

HUSEBOE, A. R. AND GEYER, W., eds. Where the West Begins. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1978. 160 pp.
Essays on Middle Border and Siouxland writing, in honor of Herbert Krause. Among authors discussed is Ole E. Rølvaag.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Huseboe, Arthur R. An Illustrated History of the Arts in South Dakota. With a section on Sioux Indian arts by Arthur Amiotte. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1989. 396 pp.
Contains chapters on the Borgund stave church replica in Sioux Falls; the Grieg Male Chorus, Canton; Norwegian immigrant fiddler Jarle Foss of Scotland, South Dakota; Solon Borglum, Gutzum Borglum (and Mount Rushmore); and Ole Rølvaag.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Huseboe, Arthur R. and Sandra Looney, eds. Growing Up in Siouxland. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1989. 74 pp.
Contains essays “about real and fictional children who lived in Siouxland during the pioneering era” including an essay by Solveig Zempel, “The Bi-Cultural World of Norwegian American Children in Immigrant Literature and Letters.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

HUSEBOE, ARTHUR R., ed. Big Sioux Pioneers: Essays about the Settlement of the Dakota Prairie Frontier. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1980. 88 pp.
Big Sioux country is the locale of Rolvaag’s pioneer novels. Three of the essays in the volume concern Rolvaag and his works.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

HUSEBOE, ARTHUR R., ed. Siouxland Heritage. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1982.92 pp.
This volume contains articles by "Einar Haugen, Fredrick Manfred, and John Milton on the history and culture of South Dakota with its strong Scandinavian and largely Norwegian contributions."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HUSTON, LUTHER A. Pathway to Judgment: A Study of Earl Warren. Philadelphia, 1966. 197 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HUSTVEDT, HALVOR B. The Missouri flood of 1881; translated by Katherine Hustvedt. Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:77-94 (1956).
Volume 10, 1938

Hustvedt, Lloyd. “Images of the Minister in Norwegian-American Literature.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 201-211.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Hustvedt, Lloyd. “O. A. Tveitmoe: Labor Leader.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 3-54 (1985).
The life and activities of a prominent Norwegian-American labor organizer and editor in the San Francisco area in the first quarter of this century.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

HUSTVEDT, LLOYD. Rasmus Bjørn Anderson: Pioneer Scholar. Northfield, Minnesota, 1966. 381 p.
A biography of a prominent Norwegian-American author and editor. Reviewed in American Historical Review, April, 1967, Journal of American History, September, 1967, and Minnesota History, Fall, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

HUSTVEDT, LLOYD. The Norwegian-American Historical Association and Its Antecedents. Americana Norvegica, 3:294-306 (1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

HUTCHINSON, E. P. Legislative History of American Immigration Policy, 1798-1965. Philadelphia,
1981. xv, 685 pp.
It traces "one of America's largest and most complex bodies of legislation, perhaps exceeded only by the federal tax code."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HVAMSTAD, PER TH. Hadelendingenes “Brua.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58:62 (March-April, 1965).
Hadelandlag’s magazine over forty years.
---------- Kubberulla. Bygdebrevet, second series, no. 11, p. 11 (June 8, 1965).
The kubberulla, the Norwegian immigrant’s wagon, and its predecessors in Norway.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

HVAMSTAD, PER. Amerikabrevet fra Mons Grinager 1853. Decorah-Posten, May 18, 1967.
The author of an America letter, written in Racine County, Wisconsin, later became a captain in the Civil War.
---------- Streif fra utvandringens dramatiske saga. Decorah-Posten, January 11, 1968.
Two America letters by Mons Grinager, 1854.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

HVAMSTAD, PER. Pioneren Peder Borderud og hans “log cabin.” Aarbok for Glaamdalen, 11-22 (Elverum, Norway, 1967).
The story of Peder Borderud, whose North Dakota log cabin forms the nucleus of the pioneer division at the outdoor museum on Bygdøy, near Oslo.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

HVEM ER HVEM I DET NORSKE AMERIKA. Skandinaven, December 26, 1940-July 3, 1941.
An irregular series of who's who among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 12, 1941

Hvenekilde, Anne. “Readers for Norwegian-American Schools,” Norwegian-American Studies (1995), 34: 135-169.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Hvidt, Kristian. “Sylvia Pio: A Danish American Livewire.” Translated by J. R. Christianson. The Bridge, 13, 1: 93-101 (1990).
A letter by the daughter of the Danish Socialist describing her father’s life as a political exile in Chicago with an introduction by Hvidt.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. Emigration Agents. Scandinavian Journal of History, 3: 179-203 (1978).
The character and influence of the numerous emigration agents, representing steamship lines and other corporations, who scoured the European countries during the height of emigration.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. Flight to America: The Social Background of 300,000 Danish Emigrants. New York, 1975. vii, 214 pp.
A translation, in part, of the author’s Flugten til Amerika eller drivkræfter i masseudvandringen fra Danmark 1865-1914. Aarhus, 1971.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. Flugten til Amerika: Eller drivkræfter i masseudvandringen fra Danmark 1865-1914. Aarhus, Denmark, 1971. 557 pp.
A thorough analysis of the “push and the pull” influencing Danish migration to America and other countries. Reviewed by Kenneth O. Bjork in American Historical Review, February, 1973.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. Scandinavian Discord on Emigration. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25: 254-263 (1974). Translated by H. A. Barton.
Discord between Danes and Swedes caused largely by factors connected with emigration.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. The Westward Journey. 91 pp.
Living conditions aboard the ships and railway cars which brought the immigrants to the American West.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

HVIDT, KRISTIAN. Utvandringen fra Skandinavien før 1914: Et nordisk forsknings prosjekt. Nordisk Tidsskrift, 275-281 (1972).
A comparative study to reveal similarities and differences in emigration from the Scandinavian countries before 1914.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Hvordan Norseville-kolonien ble til. Kart og kompas (Brooklyn), vol. 56, no. 9, p. 11 (September, 1958).
The founding of Norseville, a Norwegian community near New York City.
Volume 21, 1962

I

I Skied Better 100 Years Ago." The Norseman, 54 (2, 1983).
A biographical sketch of Herman Smith-Johannsen, age 108, who helped popularize skiing in Canada.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

I vikingers fotspor. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:94 (April, 1961).
A brief presentation of Helge Ingstad’s proposed 1961 expedition in northeastern North America to discover evidences of early Viking voyages.
Volume 21, 1962

I. B.” Guttorm Brekke fyller år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:103 (May, 1956).
A biographical sketch of a famous Norwegian-American engineer.
Volume 20, 1959

Ibarra, Robert A. and Arnold Strickon. “The Norwegian-American Dairy-Tobacco Strategy in Southeastern Wisconsin.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 3-30 (1989).
“The authors demonstrate how a combination of tobacco cultivation and dairying represent a logical production plan that also reflected ethnic values connected with Norwegian-American rural culture.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

IBSEN, NICOLAI A.
Peder H. Nelson. Henrik Ibsens bror. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57: 63 (March-April, 1964).
Henrik Ibsen’s brother; Nicolai Ibsen’s life in America.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Ijams, Ethel W. “A Young Immigrant Hears From Home.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 1: 35-46 (January, 1990).
Letters from Sweden to Peter Andersson in Nebraska and South Dakota are described.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ILLINOIS
Peder H. Nelson. Fox River i Illinois. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:69 (March, 1962).
Chicago. Vinland, June 13, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of community)

IMMIGRANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO AMERICAN LIFE. Los Angeles,Los Angeles County, Superintendent of Schools, 1940. 80 p.
Among other contributions are enumerated the Norwegian, with special mention of Jacob Fjelde, Olive Fremstad, Martha Ostenso, and O. E. Rølvaag.
Volume 12, 1941

IMMIGRANT EXPLORATION OF THE MIDDLE WEST IN 1839; a Letter by Johannes Johansen and Søren Bache. Translated by the Verdandi Study Club. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:41-53 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

Immigrant-historiens Grand Old Man. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:60 (March, 1960).
Theodore C. Blegen, dean of the graduate school of the University of Minnesota and managing editor for Norwegian-American Historical Association publications, is cited on his retirement.
Volume 21, 1962

Immigration. Hele 900,000 nordmenn utvandret på 135 år. Nordisk Tidende, November 18, 1965.
Statistics and causes of emigration from Norway, mostly to the United States, since 1825.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

In Loving Memory: Carl G. O. Hansen. Sons of Norway, 57:138 (July, 1960).
A biographical sketch.
Volume 21, 1962

IN MEMORIAM TORE E. HAUGEN, JANUARY 15, 1860-DECEMBER 31, 1940. N.p., [1941]. 18 p.
The subject of this sketch immigrated in 1862 and lived in Minnesota and South Dakota.
Volume 12, 1941

Ingstad discovery. Dig Up Village Believed Once Vikings’ Home. Chicago Tribune, November 6, 1963.
An article on Helge Ingstad’s findings on Newfoundland.
---------- Evidence of Norse Settlement Explored in Recent Newfoundland Expeditions. Sons of Norway, 60:196 (October, 1963).
---------- Ingstad Finds Sites of Viking Settlements. Sons of Norway, 58:212 (November, 1961).
---------- Nå endelig godtatt: Vikingen her før Columbus. Nordisk Tidende, November 14, 1963.
---------- Nordmændenes opdagelse av Amerika godkjendes av amerikanske autoriteter. Decorah-Posten, November 14, 1963.
Ingstad’s Viking village recognized by scholars as authentic.
---------- Viking Settlement Unearthed in Newfoundland. News of Norway, 20:153 (November 14, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Ingstad på Newfoundland for 7. gang. Finner flere hustufter. Nordisk Tidende, October 8, 1967.
Ingstad party has excavated the eighth Viking site at L’Anse Aux Meadows.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

INGSTAD, HELGE. En norsk viking i nord-Canadas ødemark. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:10-12 (January, 1933).
The man here designated as a Viking is Hjalmar Dale, hunter, trapper, and farmer, who crossed alone from the Mackenzie Valley to Hudson Bay.
Volume 8, 1934

INGSTAD, HELGE. Fra Grønlands norrøne bygder til de nye landene i vest. Minnesota Posten, November 21, 1963.
A news article on the background of Ingstad’s recent North American expeditions.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

INGSTAD, HELGE. Land under the Polar Star. New York, 1966. 381 p.
Naomi Walford’s translation of Landet under leidarstjernen (1959), an account of Ingstad’s expedition to Greenland in 1953. Reviewed in Times Literary Supplement (London), March 24, 1966.
---------- Øst for den store bre. Oslo, 1945. 157 p.
East of the big glacier; the author’s hunting expedition to eastern Greenland, Eirik Raude country, during the winter of 1932-33. First published in 1935.
---------- Vesterveg til Vinland. Oslo, 1965. 284 p.
A popular account of the author’s five expeditions to North America.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

INGSTAD, HELGE. Landet under leidarstjernen. Oslo, 1959. 592 p.
Research in the ruins of Norse settlements in Greenland. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, November, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

INGSTAD, HELGE. Vinland Ruins Prove Vikings Found the New World. National Geographic, 126:708-734 (November, 1964).
The author’s finds at L’Anse aux Meadow, Newfoundland, and the Viking expeditions that preceded his.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

INGSTAD, HELGE. Westward to Vinland. London and New York, 1969. Translated by Erik J. Friis.
A description of Ingstad’s discovery of Norwegian settlements in Newfoundland.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Ingstadfunnene skal leveres tilbake til Canada. Decorah-Posten, March 20, 1969.
Viking remains in Newfoundland will be given to Canada.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

INGVOLDSTAD, ORLANDO. Rimes for Rusty. Pasadena, 1964. 21 p.
Short poems on assorted subjects.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Ingwersen, Faith, and Mary Kay Norseng, eds. Fin(s) de Siècle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor of Harald S. Naess. Columbia, S.C., 1993. 245 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Innes, Harold A. A bibliography of Thorstein Veblen. SOUTHWESTERN POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY, 10: 56-68 (June, 1929).
Volume 5, 1930

INNVIK, ERLING. 100 aar siden den grufulde indianer-opstand fandt sted i Minnesota. Decorah-Posten, July 26, August 2, 1962.
The Minnesota Indian uprising of a century ago.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

INNVIK, ERLING. Decorah-Posten’s historie gjennem 90 aar. Decorah-Posten, September 3, 1964.
Decorah-Posten through ninety years.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

INNVIK, ERLING. Decorah-Postens historie gjennom 95 aar. Decorah-Posten, September 4, 1969.
A history of Decorah-Posten.
----------
Den norske presse i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, April 28, 1966.
---------- 100 aar siden Paul Hjelm-Hansen “aapnet” veien til norsk bosetning i Red River Valley. Decorah-Posten, May 4, 1967.
---------- Sagaen om sangkoret “Luren.” Decorah-Posten, June 16, 1966.
The story of a singing society founded in Decorah, Iowa, in 1868.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

International Summer School. Ambassador 1962. Oslo, 1960. 147 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

IORIZZO, LUCIANO J., and MONDELLO, SALVATORE. The Italian-Americans. New York, 1971. 273 pp.
An attempt to give a comprehensive survey of the history of Italians in America.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

ISAKSSON, OLOV. Bishop Hill. American-Scandinavian Review, 58: 117-128 (June, 1970).
An article about the communal settlement of Bishop Hill, Illinois, founded by Swedish immigrants in 1846.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

ISAKSSON, OLOV. Bishop Hill: A Utopia on the Prairie. Stockholm, 1969. 183 p.
An account of Sweden’s first major settlement in the Midwest. Richly illustrated with photographs by Sörn Hallgren.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Iversen, James D. “Recollections of Two Immigrant Sisters.” The Bridge, 11, 1: 55-74 (1988).
Two sisters, Karen and Kathrine Iversen of Denmark, left accounts of their trip across the ocean and their lives in the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

IVERSON, O. B. From the Prairie to Puget Sound, by O. B. Iverson, Edited by Sverre Arestad. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 16:91-119 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

J

JAASTAD, HENRY
Norwegian Born “Mayor Jaastad,” Tucson’s Great Friend, 93, Dead. Nordisk Tidende, December 30, 1965.
Henry Olson Jaastad, Ex-Mayor, Dies at 93. Tucson Daily Citizen, December 21, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

JACKSON, ANTON. Gamle minder; en Kristianiagut fortæller om sine oplevelser i Amerika de første aarene fra 1881 udover. Minneapolis tidende, May 24, 1934, p. 6.
Recollections of a boy who emigrated from Oslo, Norway, in 1881 and who tells of his experiences in Chicago, St. Paul, Superior, Wisconsin, Canada, and elsewhere.
Volume 8, 1934

Jacobsen, Adolph. Nogle erindringer fra seilskibenes dage. SKANDINAVEN, 1931--1932.
Some recollections from the days of the sailing vessels, is the title of this series, which began in 1931. In the installments of 1931 and early 1932 the series has dealt with foreign shipping and transportation. With the installments of June, 1932, the scene shifts to the United States, and the author begins his narrative of experiences in American waters, especially on the Great Lakes.
Volume 7, 1933

JACOBSEN, ADOLPH. Nogle erindringer fra seilskibenes dage. Skandinaven, June 28, 1932-January 6, 1933.
A continuation of the series noted in the last list. The author discusses the activities of Norwegian sailors, particularly those who had been on the Great Lakes, after they had left sailing. There is much biography and genealogy, notably in relation to pioneers of Racine, Wisconsin, with some discussion of church affairs in Racine and its vicinity.
Volume 8, 1934

Jacobsen, Clara. Fra bedstemors ungdom. DECORAH-POSTEN, July 12, 19, 1929.
An account of the writer's grandmother, Gro Gjermundsdatter, who, with her husband, Jacob Abrahamsen, came to the Muskego settlement in Wisconsin in 1848.
---------- Fra mors unge dage. DECORAH-POSTEN, July 26, August 2, 1929.
The author continues her account of pioneering, telling in this case the story of her mother.
Volume 5, 1930

JACOBSEN, HANS RUDE. Jeg bygget en automobil vei til Sagamore Hill for Theodore Roosevelt. Kart og kompas, vol. 57, no. 9-10, p. 7 (December, 1959).
How Jacobsen came to build the road to Sagamore Hill.
---------- Some Experiences of an Engineer. Norwegian-American Technical Journal, 7-15 (July, 1959).
The author’s work in subways and tunnels.
Volume 21, 1962

JACOBSEN, K. T. The reorganization of the library of a small college. Library quarterly, 4: 234-243
(April, 1934).
The story of the reorganization and administration of the library of Luther college, Decorah, Iowa, under the direction of Mr. Jacobsen during the decade beginning in 1920. Also issued as a reprint.
Volume 8, 1934

Jacobsen, Karl T. James Christian Meinich Hanson. SAMBAND, 7:78--82 (September, 1931).
The honorary degree of doctor of laws was granted to Mr. Hanson by Luther college at the commencement exercises, 19151. Dr. Hanson is an alumnus of Luther college, a former student of Concordia seminary of St. Louis, later head of the catalogue department of the University of Wisconsin library, head of the catalogue division of the Library of Congress, head of the libraries of the University of Chicago, professor in the graduate library school of the University of Chicago, and is at present consultant in cataloguing in the Library of Congress.
Volume 7, 1933

JACOBSEN, SIGURD. Det nye Norge et hundre år; hvor de første "Amerikabrever" blev til. Kooperatøren (Oslo), 30:260-261 (November, 1935).
A backward view, a century after Cleng Peerson, to the places where the first "America letters" originated.
Volume 10, 1938

Jacobson, Abraham. A pioneer pastor's journey to Dakota in 1861. Translated by J. N. Jacobson.
NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:53-65 (1931).
Abraham Jacobson came to America from Norway in 1848, when he was twelve years old. This article describes a journey on foot from Decorah, Iowa, to Vermillion and its vicinity, Dakota Territory in 1861, and the return journey on horseback to Decorah. The observer writes on many subjects, emphasizing church affairs and the Indians.
Volume 7, 1933

Jacobson, Abraham. Chapter of Dakota history in the early days. HILLS [Minnesota] CRESCENT
February 6, 13, 20, 1930.
This account, translated into English by J. N. Jacobson, tells of a missionary trip made by the author into Dakota Territory in 1861. With a party of eight settlers traveling in covered wagons drawn by oxen, the Reverend Mr. Jacobson started west from Decorah, Iowa, reaching Vermillion three weeks later.
Volume 5, 1930

Jacobson, Charlotte, “From the Archives.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 317-323 (1986).
A listing, with brief analyses, of recent acquisitions by the Archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, Northfield, Minnesota.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

JACOBSON, CHARLOTTE. "Index to Volumes 1-29 of Norwegian-American Studies." Norwegian-American Studies, 29: 380-401 (1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Jacobson, Charlotte. “From the Archives.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 267-277 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Jacobson, Charlotte. “From the Archives.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 311-318 (1985).
A listing, with brief analyses, of recent acquisitions by the Archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, Northfield, Minnesota.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

JACOBSON, CHARLOTTE. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 342-346 (1979).
A survey of additions to the NAHA archives during the late 1970s.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

JACOBSON, CHARLOTTE. From the Archives. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 298-304 (1977).
A survey of recent additions to the NAHA archives.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

JACOBSON, CLARA. A Journey to America in the Fifties. Norwegian-American Studies
and Records,
12: 60-78 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

JACOBSON, CLARA. Memories from Perry Parsonage. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:159-158 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

Jægtnes, Iger Vågen. “Emigrasjonstiden 1900-1930.” Fra Hidras historie, 1989: 36-56.
Emigration from Hidra, Vest-Agder, 1900-1930.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JAHR, TORSTEIN
Arne Kildal. Torstein Jahr: A Norwegian-American Scholar. Americana Norvegica, 3:223-34 (1971).
A Torstein Jahr bibliography assembled by Thor M. Andersen is found on pages 135-36 of the same publication.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

JALKANEN, RALPH J., ed. The Faith of the Finns. East Lansing, Michigan, 1972. 360 pp.
A history of the Finnish-American church.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

JANSSEN, VIVEKA K. "Swedish Settlement in Alberta, 1890-1930." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:111-123 (1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

JANSSON, ERIC
Paul Elmen. Wheat Flour Messiah: Eric Jansson of Bishop Hill. Carbondale, Illinois, 1976. xv, 222 pp.
Biography of the man who attempted to found a religious commuinitarian Swedish community in Illinois.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

JANSSON, SVEN B. F. "Runstenen" från Kensington i Minnesota. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst och industri, 25:377-405 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

JARCHOW, MERRILL E. Private Liberal Arts Colleges in Minnesota: Their History and Contributions. St. Paul, 1973. Illustrated. xiii, 345 pp.
A discussion of Minnesota’s sixteen private, accredited, four year liberal arts colleges, including St. Olaf, Gustavus Adolphus, Augsburg, Concordia, and Bethel.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

JARSTAD, ANTON. After Seventy-five Years; the History of Den norske evangeliske lutherske menighed i Fort Howard, Wisconsin, Now the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Green Bay and Associated Congregations - Z ion's Congregation in Glenmore and St. John's Congregation in Ashwaubenon, by Anton Jarstad, assisted by the committee on local church history - Olaf Olsen, Martin Onstad, Fred Lier - on the Occasion of the Celebration of Our 75th Anniversary of the Founding of the Congregation, 1867-1942. Minneapolis, 1942. 135 p.
Volume 15, 1949

JARSTAD, ANTON. The Melting Pot in Northeastern Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 26: 426-432 (June, 1943).
There was a considerable Norwegian contingent in these settlements.
Volume 14, 1944

Jarvenpa, Aili and Michael G. Karni, eds. Graphics by Oili Mäki. Sampo: the Magic Mill: A Collection of Finnish-American Writing. Minneapolis, 1989. 406 pp.
“Contains poetry, short fiction, personal essays, memoirs, and translations that reflect the experiences of Finnish immigrants and subsequent generations.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Jarvi, Raymond. “The 350th Anniversary of New Sweden on the Delaware: Recent Books.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 3: 134-139 (July, 1989).
An annotated bibliography of 23 titles.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JELDNES, OLAUS
Olaf Kringhaug. The Colorful Story of Olaus Jeldnes. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:170 (May, 1972).
Deals with the Norwegian who introduced skiing in Canada.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

JENSEN, ARTHUR. The Norsemen in Vinland. Anthropological Journal of Canada, no. 2, p. 14-16 (1965).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JENSEN, BJØRN, ed. Møte med Amerika. Oslo, 1976. 257 pp.
Twenty-five prominent Norwegians tell about their “meeting with America.”
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

JENSEN, CARL CHRISTIAN. Is He Popular or Unpopular? Nordisk Tidende, May 15, 1969.
Part of an unpublished manuscript entitled “My American Wife,” including anecdotes from the life of Carl Søyland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Jensen, Harold. “Niels E. Hansen: Plant Explorer.” The Bridge, 13, 1: 49-66 (1990).
“Hansen’s work with alfalfa and other plants made a significant contribution to the agricultural development of the northern Great Plains.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Jensen, Jens. “A Journey With Obstacles.” Translated and edited by Gerald Rasmussen. The Bridge, 11, 1: 48-54 (1988).
An emigrant from Jutland to the U.S. left a diary of the difficulties he experienced on his return from a visit to Denmark in 1917 while the European war was in progress.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JENSEN, JOHN M., LINDER, CARL E., and GIVING, GERALD. A Biographical Directory of Pastors of the American Lutheran Church. Minneapolis, 1962. 857 p.
Reviewed in Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, July, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Jensen, Karl. “Karl Jensen’s Diary.” Winchester Academy Round Table, 1986, 3-23.
A translation of a diary written by a Dane from Jutland during his journey to America in 1903.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

JENSEN, MAGNY LANDSTAD. Girdle Stones. Kanona, New York, 1975. Wilding Ballads. Kanona, New York, 1976. No Love Is Lost. Kanona, New York, 1977.
Three collections of poems, built partly on Norwegian-American themes, by a Norwegian immigrant of 1926.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

JENSEN, RICHARD. The Winning of the Midwest: Social and Political Conflict, 1888-1896. Chicago, 1971. xviii, 357 pp.
Emphasizes ethnic and religious forces in Midwestern politics.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

JENSEN, RUDOLF J. A Comparative Study of Sophus Keith Winther and Carl Hansen. The Bridge, 2: 19-30 (1979).
A comparative study of two trilogies dealing with Danish-American life.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

JENSENIUS, BERTRAM. Birger Sande - In Memoriam. Sanger-Hilsen, 58:92 (September- October, 1968).
Tribute to the honorary president of the Norwegian Singers of America.
---------- Historical Glimpses of American Ski Sport & Pastime before 1905. Vinland, March 6, 13, 1969.
Based on articles in Vor Tid, March, 1905.
---------- The “ABC” of the Viking Ship. Vinland, July 28, 1966.
A description of the replica of the Gogstad Ship that sailed the Atlantic in 1893.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JENSENIUS, BERTRAM. Glimpses from an Interview with Birger Osland. Vinland, August 8, 1963.
---------- Glimpses of Some Men Who Helped Build and Beautify Chicago. Vinland, July 25, 1963.
---------- Redaktørskifte i Nordisk Tidende. Vinland, January 10, 1963.
Evaluation of Carl Søyland and Karsten Roedder as editors.
---------- Two Busy and Interesting Days. Vinland, August 1, 1963. Karsten Roedder’s tour of Norwegian institutions in Chicago.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

JENSENIUS, BERTRAM. Glimt fra en norsk sanger-skares innsats blant Chicago-nordmenn gjennem 75 begivenhetsrike år. Nordisk tidende, October 25, 1945, f.
The story of a singing society in Chicago.
Volume 15, 1949

JENSENIUS, BERTRAM. Norsk teaterliv blusser påny i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35:176-179 (July, 1942).
The "Chicago Norske Teater" was organized in January, 1938, and has revived Norwegian plays in Chicago. Some account is given of earlier theater groups.
Volume 13, 1943

Jenswold, John R. “‘I Live Well, But . . . ‘: Letters from Norwegians in Industrial America.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 113-129 (1986).
Documentation of the experiences of Norwegian immigrant workers in the 1890s.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Jenswold, John R. “Becoming American, Becoming Suburban: Norwegians in the 1920s.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 3-26.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Jenswold, John R. “In Search of a Norwegian-American Working Class.” Minnesota History, 50, 2: 63-70 (Summer, 1986).
Originally published in Norwegian in Samtiden, 93, 3: 9-17 (1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Jenswold, John R. “The Missing Dimension: The Historiography of the Urban Norwegian Immigrants.” The Immigration History Newsletter, 18, 1: 4-7 (May, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Jenswold, John Randolph. “The Hidden Settlement’: Norwegian-Americans Encounter the City, 1880-1930.” University of Connecticut, 1990. 195 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Jenswold, John. “Becoming American, Becoming Suburban: Norwegians in the 1920s.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 83-99.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JEPPESEN, ARNE. Bør Norge også tenke på utvandrer-pressen? Nordisk Tidende, March 10, 1966.
This article, taken from Dagbladet, appeals for the preservation of the Norwegian-American press because of its value to Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JERSTAD, JOHAN. Fjøtland lesebok. Oslo, 1964.429 p.
A reader containing articles and poems about the Fjøtland district in Norway. The book includes America letters, 1878-1949, from New York and the Middle West.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Jerum, Hermann. “Slekter etter utvandra kvamssokninger til Amerika på leiting etter slektrøtter og buplasser i Kvam.” Nåkkå tå kvart frå Kvam og Falling. Kvam historielag, 1993, I, 6: 59-60.
Descendants of emigrants seeking their roots in Kvam, Nord-Trøndelag
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

JEVNE, PER. Brevet hjem: En samling brev fra norske utvandrere. Oslo, 1975. 144 pp.
A collection of “America letters” to relatives and friends in Norway. Illustrated.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

JOA, GEORGE
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: George Joa. The Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 4, 10-13 (April, 1974).
An article about the prime promoter of the Cleng Peerson Memorial Institute in Stavanger.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

JOHANNESEN, JOHN
“Big John” i Baltimore. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:41 (February, 1963).
The president of General Electric Supply Company.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Johannessen, Johannes Anthon. “Ole Johnsen Skifnes i den amerikanske borgerkrig,” Holla-Minner. Tidsskrift for Holla historielag (1998), I: 44-49. Title trans.: Ole J. Skifnes in the American Civil War.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

JOHANSEN, HERMAN S.
Lars Kleivan. Sagn-Omsust Canada-nordmann. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63: 161-163 (August-September, 1970).
Sketch of an almost legendary figure who was largely instrumental in bringing the sport of skiing to Canada.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

JOHANSEN, JOHN P. Immigrant settlements and social organization in South Dakota. (Agricultural experiment station bulletin, no. 313.) Brookings, S. D., June, 1937.
Norwegian settlements and their social organization are included in the summaries given on pages 8-16, showing origins of the population, statistics of immigration, places of settlement, established churches, lodges, bygdelag organizations, and units of the Norwegian singers association of America.
---------- Immigrants and their children in South Dakota. (Agricultural experiment station bulletin, no. 302.) Brookings, S. D., May, 1936. 47 p.
A statistical analysis of the elements of the population, including the Norwegian.
Volume 10, 1938

JOHANSEN, MARGARET ALISON. Voyagers West. New York, 1959. 237 p.
A juvenile about Eric the Red, Leif the Lucky, and Thorfinn Karlsefni. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, September, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

JOHANSON, GUSTAV E.
H. A. Barton and Paul Elmen. In Memoriam. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 26: 117-127 (1975).
Biographical sketch of a noted Swedish-American scholar and educator.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Johanson, O. S. En Amerikareise for 80 aar siden. SKANDINAVEN, 66:8, 11 (March 3, 1931).
The story of Ole Ellingson Strand who emigrated from Soknedalen, Ringerike, Norway, in 1851 and who, after numerous vicissitudes in Rock County and elsewhere in Wisconsin, finally settled in Rice County, Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

Johanson, O. S. En Amerikareise for 80 aar siden. SKANDINAVEN, 66:8, 11 (March 3, 1931).
The story of Ole Ellingson Strand who emigrated from Soknedalen, Ringerike, Norway, in 1851 and who, after numerous vicissitudes in Rock County and elsewhere in Wisconsin, finally settled in Rice County, Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

Johansson, Anders. Amerika. Dröm eller mardröm. Stockholm, 1985. 235 pp.
America - dream or nightmare? A series of interviews with Swedish Immigrants to America, largely after World War I. The book has come under criticism for its biases.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

JOHANSSON, SOLOMON. En svensk-amerikan berättar. Vãxjö, Sweden, 1975. 124 pp.
This account by a Swedish immigrant tells of his experiences as a farmer in Iowa during the years 1920-1930.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

JOHNSEN, A. O. Et Amerikabrev fra 1845. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:14-16 (January, 1934).
A letter written by Gulbrand Engebretsen at Muskego, December 5, 1845. The writer
hailed from Tullien (Thulien), Ringebu, Norway. He tells about his trip across the ocean and inland to his destination in Wisconsin. The same letter appears in Nordisk tidende, March 14, 1934, p. 3, contributed by G. E. S. Thulien.
---------- Et Amerikabrev fra 1855. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:50-53 (February, 1934).
This "America letter" was written by Frithjof Meidell to his mother from Springfield, Illinois, on August 7, 1855. It appeared in Norden for December, 1932, and is noted elsewhere in the present bibliography (see Theodore C. Blegen).
Volume 8, 1934

JOHNSEN, A. O., ed. Johannes Nordboe and Norwegian immigration; an "America letter" of 1837.
Norwegian-American studies and records, 8:23-38 (1934).
An account of the same letter appeared in Heimen (Oslo, Norway), 3:285-303 (1934). This article from Heimen was also issued as a separate.
---------- Tvo Amerikabrev. Årbok for Dølaringen (Lillehammer, Norway), 1934, p. 111-120.
The first of the two America letters here presented was written by Christian Evenvold from Watertown, Wisconsin, on November 2l, 1850, and the second by Ole Wiborg from Door County, Wisconsin, on December l2, 1875.
Volume 9, 1936

Johnsen, Arne Odd. Bjørnson's reaction to emigration. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
AND RECORDS, 6:155-145 (1931).
Bjørnson changed his position during the course of years from opposition to favorable support.
Volume 7, 1933

JOHNSEN, ARNE ODD. Norsk utvandringshistorie; et jubileum. Samtiden (Oslo), 48: 200-212 (1937).
The article reviews the achievements of the Norwegian-American historical association, naming also the men who have been prominent in Norwegian-American historiography, and listing the principal publications of the association.
---------- Utvandringen og bygdehistorien. Heimen (Oslo), 5:11-25 (1937).
An address on emigration and the writing of local community histories in Norway, delivered at Hamar, Norway, August 14, 1937.
Volume 10, 1938

JOHNSHOY, M. CASPAR. Brief History of Fron Evangelical Lutheran Congregation. n.p., 1942. 29 p.
The congregation was organized in 1880, although Norwegian Lutheran activity in Pope County, Minnesota, dates to 1867.
Volume 13, 1943

JOHNSON, AMANDUS. Kensington Stone a Fake. American Swedish Monthly, 47:15, 18 (July, 1953).
Volume 18, 1954

JOHNSON, ARNE ODD. Ein heidøl som dro til Amerika: Kristian Prestgard. Årbok for Dølaringen, 1957, p. 77-82.
The story of Kristian Prestgard, author of a number of books and former editor of Decorah-posten.
----------En Norsk-Amerikansk historiker, Laurence M. Larson. Heimen, 5:165-176 (1939).
Much of the information assembled in this biographical sketch is taken from Larson's The Log Book of a Young Immigrant.
Volume 12, 1941

JOHNSON, DERWOOD. Reiersen’s Texas. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:252-268 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

JOHNSON, E. Veblen, Man from Mars. New Republic, 105:121-123 (July 28, 1941).
Volume 12, 1941

JOHNSON, EINAR OSCAR. Soli Deo Gloria: A Study of the Philosophy and Problems of Higher Education among Norwegian Lutherans in the American Environment, 1860-1960.
A manuscript thesis; a microfilm is filed in the Concordia Historical Institute, St. Louis.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Johnson, Emeroy, “Early History of Chisago Lake Reexamined.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 39, 1: 215-225 (January, 1988).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

JOHNSON, EMEROY. In Honor of "Grandma," Mrs. Helen Nelson on Her 100th Anniversary, November 11, 1944; Her Life Story; Her Family. 1944. 38 p.
Volume 15, 1949

JOHNSON, EMIL. Erindringer fra 1881. Minneapolis tidende, November 10, 1932, p. 9.
The journey to America from Oslo, Norway, in 1881, and the author's early experiences in this country. He took a homestead at Erskine, Minnesota, in 1883.
Volume 8, 1934

JOHNSON, EMORY. Swedish Academies in Minnesota. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 32: 20-40 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

JOHNSON, EMORY. Swedish Elementary Schools in Minnesota Lutheran Congregations. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 172-182 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Johnson, Eva Marie. I Too Shall Wear Purple. New York, 1987. 288 pp.
Danish Americans in Brush, Colorado.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

JOHNSON, FLOYD
Laurel Neidig, tr. by Odd S. Lovoll. Den blinde vikingmaleren i Minneapolis. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76:128-129 (1981).
The story of a noted legally blind Scandinavian-American artist in Minneapolis.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Johnson, Hank. The Corporate Dream: Making It Big In Business. New York, 1990. 218 pp.
Johnson, born in Humboldt Park, Chicago, of Norwegian immigrants became “the man who turned Spiegel into the nation’s No.1 catalog.” He briefly credits his parents for the values they gave him.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

JOHNSON, HARRY B. Heads and Tales. New York, 1958. 190 p.
Johnson’s life in South Dakota and Latin America as he searched for signs to support his belief that the «White» Indians of Panama are descendants of the «lost Vikings of Vinland.»
Volume 21, 1962

JOHNSON, J. S. Pioner- og slegthistorier; Rock Prairies Numedals-pionerer. Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag, Aarbok, no. 4, 1932, pt. 2, p. 23-32.
One of a series in this lag yearbook. Most yearbooks of this class contain short biographical notes and family histories. This particular number contains Gravdal, Hallan, Odegaard, and Skavlem genealogies. The origin of the families is Numedal, Norway.
Volume 8, 1934

Johnson, J.K. Big Bend Township, Chippewa County, Minnesota, from the time of its first
settlement in 1866 to the close of the year 1928. Milan, Minnesota. 66 p.
Most of the early settlers in this locality were of Norwegian extraction. Included is a history of the local Lutheran church and a sketch of its pastor, O. E. Solseth. The material appeared originally in the Milan standard, from which it was reprinted.
Volume 7, 1933

Johnson, John A. “Concerning Emigration.” Translated by CA. Clausen. Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 205-234.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Johnson, John. W John O. Johnson, A Pioneer Aviator in Minnesota. White Bear Lake, Minnesota, 1994. 10 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

JOHNSON, LENORE I. History of Ada, Minnesota, 1876-1952. Ada, 1957. 68 p.
A history of the county seat of Norman County, Minnesota.
Volume 20, 1959

JOHNSON, MARTHA G., tr. and ed. Anders and Gustaf Månsson Lind’s Letters from America, 1850-1870. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 162-181 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

JOHNSON, O. S. En Amerikareise for 77 aar siden. Skandinaven, March 28, 1933, p. 9.
The story of Johannes H. Gordhammer, who was born in Norway in 1851 and came to America in 1856. His first home was Calmar, Iowa; he then went to St. Cloud, Minnesota, and to Norway Lake, Kandiyohi County, Minnesota.
---------- De første indvandrere; en Amerikareise i 1849, fortalt af Andrew L. Lien. Skandinaven,
February 7, 1933, p. 6, 9.
Andrew L. Lien immigrated from Drammen, Norway, in 1849. The narrative describes the journey across the ocean to New York, via the Erie Canal to Buffalo, thence to Milwaukee and Chicago, and finally to Blue Mounds, Dane County, Wisconsin.
Volume 8, 1934

Johnson, Pål Espolin and Øyvind Tveitereid Gulliksen. “Det store spranget; Lina Alsakers dagbok fra 1886.” Migranten/The Migrant, 1: 7-30 (1989).
The great leap; Lina Alsaker’s diary from 1886. English summary. A fourteen year old from Kristiania recorded her observations during her journey in 1886.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Johnson, Rolf. “Tragedy at Sea.” Hallingen, June, 1985, 23-26.
The trials and sorrows of an immigrant family aboard a sailing ship in 1846.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

JOHNSON, SHERMAN C. A Minnesota Immigrant at Age Seventy. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 240-256 (1978).
Johan Persson, a former member of the Swedish Riksdag, joined his son at Marine Mills in 1876.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

JOHNSON, SIMON
Peder H. Nelson. Simon Johnson: Præriens dikter. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:238-239 (December, 1966).
A sketch that includes a survey of the author’s writings.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

JOHNSON, SIMON
R. Dahle-Melsæther. “Praeriens digter” 90 aar. Decorah-Posten, September 24, 1964.
Poet of the prairie, ninety years old.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

JOHNSON, SIMON. An Immigrant Boy on the Frontier. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:51-70 (1967).
Translated and edited by Nora O. Solum.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JOHNSON, SIMON. Skjønlitterære sysler blandt norsk-amerikanere; foredrag af Simon Johnson i
Symra-foreningen, Decorah, 17. Feb. 1939. Decorah-posten, February 4-March 10, 1939.
The production of belles-lettres by Norwegian Americans, with special attention to the early
period, with the mention of such writers as Boyesen, Askevold, and Grundysen.
Volume 11, 1940

Johnson, Steven L. and Marion J. Nelson. “Immigrant Dynamics - The Jacobson Farmstead.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 93-118 (1989).
The Jacobson farmstead which was donated to Vesterheim, the Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah, Iowa, reflected ethnic values connected with Norwegian-American rural culture.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JOHNSON, SYVERT H. Biographical Sketches of the Original Settlers in Rush Creek Valley, Winona County, Minnesota. Bellingham, Washington, 1941. 144 p.
Volume 13, 1943

JOHNSON, WALTER, ed. American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1965. Scandinavian Studies, 38: 131-154 (May, 1966).
---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1966. Scandinavian Studies, 39:155-181 (May, 1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JOHNSON, WALTER, et al. American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1956. Scandinavian Studies, 29:59-93 (May, 1957).
An annotated list of the noteworthy books, articles, and reviews dealing with the Scandinavian languages and literatures that appeared in the United States and Canada during 1956; the tenth of a series.
---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1957. Scandinavian Studies, 30:53-84 (May, 1958).
The eleventh in the series.
Volume 20, 1959

JOHNSON, WALTER. American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1960. Scandinavian Studies, 33:82-105 (May, 1961).
---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1962. Scandinavian Studies, 34:120-136 (May, 1962).
---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1962. Scandinavian Studies, 35:132-156 (May, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

JOHNSON, WALTER. Fifty Years, 1911-1960. Scandinavian Studies, 32:1-6 (February, 1960).
A history of the Society for Advancement of Scandinavian Study.
Volume 21, 1962

JOHNSON, WILLIAM A. Methodism and the Swedish Immigrant:
The Life of Olof Gustaf Hedström. American Swedish Historical Foundation Yearbook, 1962, 46-48 (Philadelphia, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Johnson, William A. O Boundless Salvation. New York, 1988. 130 pp.
“Traces the development of the Scandinavian Salvation Army from its beginnings in Brooklyn in 1887 up to 1965 when the Nordic branch of the Army was merged into the American Salvation Army.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Johnson. Simon Johnsons manuskripter som gave til Oslo. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:121 (May, 1962).
Manuscripts of a prominent Norwegian-American author given to the University of Oslo.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Jonassen, Astrid Rye and Dina Tolfsby, comps. The Norseman. Forfatterregister og emneregister 1964-1988. Oslo, 1989. [136] pp.
Subject, author and titles in one index for 1964-1986; separate subject and author indexes for 1987-1988.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

JONASSEN, C. T. Cultural Variables in the Ecology of an Ethnic Group. American Sociological Review, 14:32-41 (February, 1949).
A study of the Norwegian community in New York.
Volume 16 1950

Jonassen, Christen T. “The Norwegian Heritage in Urban America: Conflict and Cooperation in a Norwegian Immigrant Community.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 73-95 (1986).
Transplanted ethnic value systems and attitudes, as well as American patterns, influenced behavior and produced both conflict and cooperation in the Norwegian Brooklyn community.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Jonassen, Christen T. Value Systems amid Personality in a Western Civilization: Norwegians in Europe and America. Columbus, Ohio, 1983. xvii, 357 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

JONASSEN, CHRISTEN W. Value Systems and Personality in a Western Civilization: Norwegians in Europe and America. Columbus, Ohio, 1983. 382 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Jones, George F. The Salzburger Saga: Religious Exiles and Other Germans Along the Savannah. Athens, Georgia, 1984. 209 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, GWYN, ed. and trans. Eirik the Red and Other Icelandic Sagas. New York, 1961. 318 p.
---------- The Norse Atlantic Saga. New York, 1964. 246 p.
The discovery and settlement of Iceland, Greenland, and Vinland by Norwegians, with translations of the sources of the account. Reviewed in Minnesota Posten, April 9, 1964.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, GWYN. A History of the Vikings. London and New York, 1968. 504 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, GWYN. The Norse Atlantic Saga: Being the Norse Voyages of Discovery and Settlement to Iceland, Greenland, America. London, 1964. 246 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, MALDWYN A. Destination America. New York, 1976.
The story of the mass migration between 1820 and 1930 of thirty-five million people to the United States. Profusely illustrated.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, MALDWYN ALLEN. American Immigration. Chicago, 1960. 359 p.
Economic, political, and cultural incentives for immigration.
Volume 21, 1962

JONES, MALDWYN ALLEN. American Immigration. Chicago, 1960. 359 p.
The newcomer as both emigrant and immigrant. Reviewed in Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, July, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Jones, Peter D’A. and Holli, Melvin G., eds. Ethnic Chicago. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1984. ix, 625 pp.
Revision of the 1981 edition.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

JONES, PETER D'A. and HOLLI, M. G., eds. Ethnic Chicago. Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1981. viii, 384
pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Joranger, Hasle Terje Mikael. “Av nød eller lyst? Utvandringen fra Reinli til Midt-Vesten 1848-1910. En undersøkelse av emigrantenes liv i Amerika.” University of Oslo, 1993. 245 pp. Advanced thesis.
From need or desire? The emigration from Reinli to the Midwest, 1848-1910. An investigation of the emigrants’ lives in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Joranger, Terje Mikael Hasle. “Fra fjellbygd til prærie.” Årbok far Valdres, 1993, 145-162.
From a mountain community to the prairie.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Joranger, Terje Mikael Hasle. “Håndverker og pionér: Aslak Olsen Lie i Amerika.” Sagn og soge i Søndre Ourdahl. Sør-Aurdal historielag, 1992,
1:31-35.
Craftsman and pioneer: Aslak O. Lie from Reinli, Valdres, who emigrated to
Buffalo county, Wisconsin.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Joranger, Terje Mikael Hasle. “Hvorfor reiste sør-aurdølene til Amerika?” Sagn og sage i Søndre Ourdahl. Sor-Aurdal historielag, 1993, 1:28-33. Why did people from Sør Aurdal go to America?
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Joranger, Terje Mikael Hasle. “Immigrantliv i Midt-Vesten,” Heimen 3 (1994), 164-171; ill. Title trans.: Immigrant life in the Middle West.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Joranger, Terje Mikael Hasle. “Valdres Samband i Amerika - en aktiv hundreåring,” Sagn og Soge i Søndre Ourdal. Sør-Aurdal Historielag (1998), I: 24-27. Title trans.: Valdres Samband in America: an activecentennial.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

JORDAHL, D. C. Professor Peter Laurentius Larsen. Decorah-posten, August 8, 1933, p. 2, 6.
An article on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Laurentius Larsen, former president of Luther college, Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 8, 1934

Jordahl, Leigh and Harris Kaasa. Stability amid Change: Luther College in its Second Century. Decorah, Iowa, 1986. 263 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

JORDAL,, SAMSON. Hardangerfolks liv og virke i Amerika i 100 aar. Jol i Hardanger 1934 (Nordheimsund, Hardanger, Norway), 1:17-32, 48-49.
The life and accomplishment of emigrants from Hardanger, Norway, during the past century.
Volume 9, 1936

JORDAN, EMIL L. Americans; A New History of the Peoples Who Settled the Americas. New York, W. W. Norton & Company,Inc., [1939]. 459 p.
"The Scandinavian-the Viking Returns" is the title of chapter 19 of this work.
Volume 12, 1941

Jordan, Terry G. American Log Buildings: An Old World Heritage. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1985. x, 193 pp.
An attempt to resolve the debate over the European antecedents of American log technology with field research in the Alps and southwestern Germany, southern Finland, Soviet Karelia, Sweden, and Norway.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Jordan, Terry G. and Matti Kaups. The American Backwoods Frontier: An Ethnic and Ecological Interpretation. Baltimore, Maryland, 1989. xii, 340 pp.
An anthropological study of Finnish-American contributions to the Delaware River region in New Jersey.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Jorgensen, Elizabeth Watkins, and Henry Irvin Jorgensen. Thorstein Veblen, Victorian Firebrand. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1999. 304 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Jorgensen, Henry. “Peter Larson - Danish Immigrant Entrepreneur.” The Bridge, 11, 1: 5-22 (1988).
An emigrant from Fyn, Denmark, who became a millionaire in Helena, Montana, with interests in mining, banking, real-estate promotion, merchandising and Construction for the railroads in the Northwest.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JØRGENSEN, OLE. "Adolf Gundersen og hans sønner." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 90-93 (3, 1982).
The founders of the famous Gundersen Clinic in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Jørgensen, Steffen Elmer, Lars Scheving, and Niels Peter Stilling, eds. From Scandinavia to America: Proceedings from a Conference held at G[amme]l, Holtegaard. Odense, Denmark, 1987. 377 pp.
Twenty-one papers arranged under headings: The Danish Background; The Emigration Traffic; Scandinavian Settlement and Assimilation in the Mid-West; and Communication.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Jørgensen, Torstein. “Norwegian Emigration to South Africa in the 19th Century.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 100-109.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

JØRGENSON, HERMAN E. Minnet om den norsk lutherske kirke i Amerikas samling i 1917 feires. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 251-254 (October, 1942).
In addition to an account of a quarter-century celebration, the author reviews the history of the union of three Norwegian Lutheran synods in 1917.
Volume 13, 1943

JORGENSON, THEODORE
Erling Dittmann. Bruddstykker av en åndshøvdings arbeidsdag: 40 år med Ibsen i USA. Nordisk Tidende, February 10, 1966.
Sketch of and tribute to Theodore Jorgenson, retired chairman of the department of Norwegian at St. Olaf College.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

JORGENSON, THEODORE. Decorah-Posten og norsk literatur. Decorah-Posten, September 3, 1964.
Decorah-Posten and Norwegian literature.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

JORGENSON, THEODORE. Fremtiden. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:2-4 (January, 1934).
The future of Norwegian culture in America, as it may exhibit itself in churches, schools, associations, learned societies, the press, and books.
----------Kultursamband og aandsvokster. Minneapolis tidende, May 10, 1934, p. 6.
A lecture given before the Philosophical society of Oslo, Norway. The subject is Norwegian-American relations, emigration, spread of Norwegian settlements in the United States, schools, Norwegian-American literature, and historical writings.
Volume 8, 1934

JORGENSON, THEODORE. Kultursamband og åndsvokster. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27: 139-142
(May, 1934).
Cultural connections between Norway and America, with special mention of literature.
Volume 9, 1936

JORGENSON, THEODORE. Lars Wilhelm Boe. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 36:60-64 (March, 1943).
A biography, with portrait, of the late president of St. Olaf College.
------------Leif Erickson and the Atlantic Tradition; an Address Rendered at the Annual Meeting of the Minnesota Leif Erickson Monument Association, October 8, 1943. [St. Paul, 1943.] 8p.
------------Men and Attitudes in the Early History of St. Olaf College. Faribault Daily News, May 17-20, 1943; Northfield Independent, June 17, 24, 1943.
Volume 14, 1944

JORGENSON, THEODORE. The Main Factors in Rølvaag's Authorship. Norwegian-American Studies
and Records,
10:135-151 (1938).
----------A Native Culture in the American Northwest. Mere lys, 26:15-25 (April, 1939).
The author considers the impact of the Norwegian culture, which had a renaissance in its native
land in the nineteenth century, on the culture of the Northwest.
---------- Ole Edvart Rølvaag, by Theodore Jorgenson and Nora O. Solum. New York, Harper and
Brothers, 1939. 446 p.
This book has been extensively reviewed in periodicals, including New York Herald Tribune
Books
for April 30, 1939.
Volume 11, 1940

Josephsen, Einar. Norske kræfter i amerikansk politik. NORDMANDS FORBUNDET, 23: 9-11
(January, 1930).
Brief mention of Norwegian-Americans in politics at the present time and of the offices they hold.
Volume 5, 1930

Jul i Vesterland, 1930. Utgit av Olaf Redal. Tacoma, Washington, 1930. 44 p.
This is volume 3 of Olay Redal's Christmas annual. It contains an article by John Storseth on Christmas in the pioneer period, an article on the Garborg family in America, a biographical sketch of Nils Rein, violinist of Tacoma, some notes regarding the genealogy of Bjug Harstad, pioneer preacher of Parkland, Washington, information about the Sons of Norway with portraits of prominent members, a list of officers and statement of the work of Bygdelagenes Fællesraad, and four short stories having Norwegian-American settings.
Volume 6, 1931

Jul i Vesterland, 1930. Utgit av Olaf Redal. Tacoma, Washington, 1930. 44 p.
This is volume 3 of Olay Redal's Christmas annual. It contains an article by John Storseth on Christmas in the pioneer period, an article on the Garborg family in America, a biographical sketch of Nils Rein, violinist of Tacoma, some notes regarding the genealogy of Bjug Harstad, pioneer preacher of Parkland, Washington, information about the Sons of Norway with portraits of prominent members, a list of officers and statement of the work of Bygdelagenes Fællesraad, and four short stories having Norwegian-American settings.
Volume 6, 1931

Jul i vesterland, 1931. Tacoma, Washington, Utgit av Olav Redal, 1931. 32 p.
This Christmas annual contains, besides a miscellany of fiction and verse, an article on the Aasmund Olavson Vinje genealogy, p. 14-16, one on Julius Berg Baumann, by Johan Gregor, p. 19-20, and one on Knute Rockne, by O. R., p. 27.
Volume 7, 1933

Julius Blegen Voted into Ski Hall of Fame. Minnesota Posten, April 11, 1968.
United States Ski Association honors a well-known sportsman.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JUVE, JØRGEN. Amerikabrevene idag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:145-146 (July, 1966).
Correspondence between Norwegians and Norwegian Americans could strengthen cultural relations.
---------- Uomtvistelig i kiasse med de største norske journalister. Nordisk Tidende, May 15, 1969.
A tribute to Carl Søyland, editor of Nordisk Tidende.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

JUVE, JØRGEN. Travers Island. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 36:247-250 (October, 1943).
Sketch of a Norwegian rifle range and gunner training school.
Volume 14, 1944

K

K., Mrs. H. O. Trøndere i Starbuck og omegn. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1930-31, p. 80-92.
Sara and Andreas Holtan and Mrs. Anna Gorder of Starbuck, Minnesota, with portraits.
Volume 8, 1934

Kalmoe, Mrs. George. History of the Watson Lutheran congregation pioneer ladies aid society.
WATSON VOICE (Watson, Minnesota), November 26, 1931, p.1.
Volume 7, 1933

KÄLVEMARK, ANN-SOFIE. Reaktionen mot utvandringen: Emigrationsfrågan i svensk debatt och politikk 1901 -1904. Stockholm, 1972. 252 pp.
The Reaction Against Emigration: The Emigration Question in Swedish Discussion and Politics, 1901-1904.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Kan du glemme? Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:251-52 (December, 1971).
An article about Norwegian-American “national songs.”
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Kaplan, Anne R., Marjorie A. Hoover, and Willard B. Moore. The Minnesota Ethnic Food Book. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1986. 449 pp.
Fourteen essays and more than 150 authentic recipes documenting traditional foods and foodways of fourteen ethnic groups.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

KAPP, FRIEDRICH. On Emigration. Winchester Academy Ethnic Monograph No. 3. Larson, Wisconsin, 1977. 26 pp.
This pamphlet is a translation of a chapter from Kapp’s two-
Volume work entitled Aus und über Amerika, published in 1876. The translation is by Professor Lewis Tushen.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Karevoll, John. “Sverre Falck Nielsen. Mannen som bygger San Diego.” The Norseman, 22-23 (5, 1984).
The story of a Norwegian American who has designed and built many of the largest and most noted buildings in San Diego.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

KAREVOLL, JOHN. Grand Old Man in San Francisco. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72: 99-101 (1979).
The many activities of Christian Blom, “the Grand Old Man” of the Norwegian colony in San Francisco.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Karhoffer, Wendy Lee. “Visions of a new land: government recruitment of Norwegian immigrants to Alberta, 1870-1930,” M.A. thesis, University of Calgary, 1991. 156 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

KARLSBORG, FRED H. Luther College bands norgesferd. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:202 (August-September, 1961).
Luther College band tours Norway.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

KARLSBORG, FRED H.
50 àrs brobyggervirke. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:244-246 (1974).
Sketch of a man who has worked with Nordmanns-Forbundet for half a century.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

KARNI, MICHAEL G. AND OLLILA, DOUGLAS J., eds. For the Common Good: Finnish Immigrants and the Radical Response to Industrial America. Superior, Wisconsin, 1977. 235 pp.
A collection of interpretative essays.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

KARNI, MICHAEL G., ed. Finnish Diaspora. Vol. 1, Canada, South America, Africa, Australia, Sweden; Vol. 2, United States. Toronto, 1981. 305 pp.; 319 pp.
"The contributors to Finnish Diaspora are from Canada, Finland, and the United States and represent a wide range of disciplines. Their 36 essays reflect the lively state of Finnish migrant study in all three countries."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Karni, Michael G., Olavi Koivukangas, and Edward W. Lame, eds. Finns in North America: Proceedings of Finn Forum III 5-8 September 1984; Turku, Finland. Turku, Finland, 1988. xi, 528 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Kårstad, Eirik. “En utvandrersaga.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 44.
About Kirsti Jonsdatter Dybdalsbak from Sør-Trøndelag, who emigrated in 1857 at age 49.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Kårstad, Fink. “Brevet fra gamlelandet, Melhusbrev fra rundt 1890.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 73-79.
Letter from Norway to emigrant Kristoffer Lodgaard.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

KASER, DAVID, ed. Books in America’s Past: Essays Honoring Rudolph H. Gjelsness. Charlottesville, Virginia, 1966. 279 p.
A
Volume recognizing the work of the long-time librarian at the University of Michigan. Reviewed in Journal of American History, March, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

KASTHUP, ALLAN and OLSSON, NILS WILLIAM, eds. Partners in Progress: A Chapter in the American-Swedish Exchange of Knowledge. St. Paul, 1977. 338 pp.
. . . . compilation of the personal accounts of 24 leading Swedish scholars, scientists, and educators of their experiences in the United States.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KASTRUP, ALLAN. The Swedish Heritage in America. St. Paul, 1975. 863 pp.
The experiences and achievements of the Swedes in America from the founding of the Delaware Colony in 1638 to the present.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

KATCHER, LEO. Earl Warren: A Political Biography. New York, 1967. 502 p.
Reviewed in Saturday Review, November 18, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

KATZ, HELEN THANE, comp. The Content of Studies and Records, Volumes 1-20. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:197-209 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

KÄVLEMARK, ANNA-SOFIE. "Utvandring och självständighet: några synspunkter på den kvinnliga emigrasjonen från Sverige." Historisk tidskrift, 140-174 (2, 1983).
"Emigration and emancipation. Some views on the emigration of women from Sweden."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

KAVLI, OLAV. Med ost i kofferten. Bergen, 1946. 169 p.
Reminiscences; three trips to America, 1910, 1922, 1927. Kavli was a cheese salesman.
Volume 15, 1949

KEIL, HARTMUT and JENTZ, JOHN B., eds. German Workers in Industrial Chicago, 1850-1910: A Comparative Perspective. DeKalb, Illinois, 1983. 252 pp.
Thirteen essays focusing on how German workers shaped the American labor movement.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Keil, Hartmut and John B. Jentz, eds. German Workers in Chicago: A Documentary History of Working-Class Culture from 1850 to World War I. Urbana, Illinois, 1988. 427 pp.
An anthology of diverse documents including excerpts from books, official reports, and letters from immigrants to relatives in Germany. “German immigrants transmitted to America a number of traditions which decisively affected the development of the American labor movement.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

KEILHAU, WILHELM. Det norske folks liv og historie gjennem tidene; tidsrummet fra omkring 1875 til omkring 1920. Oslo,
Forlagt av H. Aschehoug and Co. (W. Nygaard), 1935. 536 p.
Pages 350 to 367 of this volume are devoted to a rapid sketch of emigration and the Norwegian-Americans, beginning with the first group emigration in 1825 and the activities of Cleng Peerson, and describing the building-up of the principal early Norwegian settlements in this country.
Volume 9, 1936

Keillor, Garrison. Lake Wobegon Days. New York, 1985. 337 pp.
Fiction featuring an imaginary town peopled with German and Norwegian immigrants, much of which was first heard on Minnesota Public Radio’s program. “A Prairie Home Companion.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Keillor, Garrison. Leaving Home. New York, 1987, 244 pp.
A collection of Lake Wobegon stories.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

KEILLOR, S. J. "A Country Editor in Polities: Hjalmar Petersen, Minnesota Governor." Minnesota History, 48:283-294 (Fall, 1983).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Keillor, Steven J. “Rural Norwegian-American Reading Societies in the Late Nineteenth Century” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 139-164.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Keillor, Steven J. Hjalmar Petersen of Minnesota: The Politics of Provincial Independence, St. Paul, Minnesota 1987. xii, 342 pp.
A biography of a politician who rose to prominence in Minnesota’s Farmer-Labor Party and served briefly as governor following the death in office of Floyd B. Olson.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

KELLER, PHYLLIS. States of Belonging: German-American Intellectuals and the First World War. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979. 324 pp.
“Keller approaches the topic through the study of three prominent German-American intellectuals - Hugo Muncterberg, George Sylvester Viereck, and Hermann Hagedorn.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KENDRICK, THOMAS DOWNING. A History of the Vikings. New York, 1968. 412 p.
A new edition of a book first published in 1980. Reviewed in Scandinavian-American Bulletin, November, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Kennedy, Liv. “The Norwegians of Bella Coola.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 87, 2: 12-15, 27 (February, 1990).
An account of the 84 Norwegians who settled in Bella Coola, British Columbia, in 1894.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Kero, Reino. “Migration Traditions from Finland to North America.” A Century of European Migrations, 111-113.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

KERO, REINO. Migration from Finland to North America in the years between the United States Civil War and the First World War. Turku, Finland, 1974. 260 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KERO, REINO. Migration from Finland to North America in the Years Between the United States Civil War and the First World War. Turku, Finland, 1974. 260 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

KERR, JACK. Ski Club Celebrates Fifty Years in Air. Duluth News-Tribune, January 30, 1955.
A history of the Duluth ski club.
Volume 19, 1956

KESSNER, THOMAS. The Golden Door: Italian and Jewish Immigrant Mobility in New York City, 1880-1915. New York, 1977. xxvi, 224 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KESSNER, THOMAS. Today’s Immigrants, Their Stories: A New Look at the Newest Americans. New York, 1981. 318 pp.
Vietnamese, Korean, Latinos, Russian Jews, and others -talk about their experiences, their frustration, and their dreams.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KIERAN, JOHN. Rockne, Knute Kenneth (Mar. 4, 1888-Mar. 31, 1931). Dictionary of American biography, 16:67-68 (1935).
Volume 9, 1936

KIESTER, ED. Canada’s Chester Ronning: One Man’s Attempt to Bring Peace to Vietnam. Minnesota Posten, June 22, 1967.
Ronning is a retired Canadian career diplomat.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Kildahl, Harold B., Sr.; Kildahl, Erling E., ed. "WESTWARD WE CAME," North Dakota History 1993, 60(4): 2-12; 1994, 61(1): 9-21.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

KILDAL, ANNE. De gjorde Norge større; en bok for ungdom. Oslo, 1945. 221 p.
A book for young people, featuring important Norwegians who have spread Norway's fame abroad, including Leif Erickson, Anneke Jans, Cleng Peerson, Ole Rynning, Paul Hjelm-Hansen, Ole Bull, and others.
Volume 15, 1949

KILDAL, ARNE. 50 års virke. De tok et Norge med seg, 26-127 (Oslo, 1957).
The League of Norsemen through fifty years.
Volume 20, 1959

KILDAL, ARNE. Amerikas stemme; fra Amerikansk litteratur og kulturliv. Oslo, Steenske forlag,
[1935]. 205 p.
The last chapter of this volume, p. 189-205, is on O. E. Rølvaag and constitutes a criticism and evaluation of Rølvaag's work, with special mention of Giants in the earth.
---------- Klaveness, Thoralv, 1866 Norsk biografisk leksikon, 7:388 (1936).
A biographical sketch of the author of Det norske folk i Amerika.
Volume 10, 1938

KILDAL, ARNE. Arne Kildals tale; Nordmanns-Forbundets generalsekretær overrakte en addresse til 100-aarsfesten. Decorah-posten, June 29, 1934, p. 3, 5.
An address delivered at the centennial celebration of the founding of the first permanent Norwegian settlement in America, at Norway, Illinois, June 22-24, 1934. The address also appears in Skandinaven for June 29, p. 4, and in Nordisk tidende for June 27, p. 1, 14. Another article by the same author, on Cleng Peerson and his dreams of a great inland granary on the prairies, appears in Nordisk tidende, June 27, p. 5.
----------Nordmenn Jorden rundt. Nordisk tidskrift, 8:441-453 (1932).
A general survey of Norwegian emigration to America, beginning with the earliest period. Brief mention is made of emigration to other parts of the world.
----------O. E. Rølvaag som digter. Decorah-posten, December 20, 23, 1932, p. 3, 3; Minneapolis tidende, December 29, 1932, January 5, l2, 1933, p. 9, 5, 5, respectively.
Rølvaag as an author.
----------Verdensutstillingen og våre utflyttede landsmenn. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:140-143 (May, 1933).
The Century of progress exposition in Chicago and Norwegian-Americans.
Volume 8, 1934

KILDAL, ARNE. Boken om Minnesota: Nytt imponerende verk av Theodore C. Blegen. Minnesota Posten, January 24, 1964.
A lengthy review of Blegen’s Minnesota.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

KILDAL, ARNE. En berømt norsk-ættet amerikaner. Minnesota Posten, May 2, 1968.
Resumé of two recent biographies of Earl Warren.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

KILDAL, ARNE. Forbudets far i USA. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:292 (December, 1960).
Andrew Volstead in Congress.
---------- Norsk presseman i USA. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:58 (March, 1960).
A biography of Einar Lund, editor of Decorah-posten and Ved arnen.
Volume 21, 1962

Kildal, Arne. Gjennem norske strøk i Nordamerika. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:71-75, 104-107 (March, April, 1930).
Observations made on a lecture tour of the United States and Canada.
Volume 6, 1931

KILDAL, ARNE. Hundreårsfesten i Norway, Ill. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:248-251 (August, 1934).
The centennial celebration of the first Norwegian settlement in Illinois and its import.
Volume 9, 1936

KILDAL, ARNE. Knute Nelson-vår største emigrant. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46:70-74 (April, 1953).
Knute Nelson, our greatest emigrant.
Volume 18, 1954

KILDAL, ARNE. Nordmenn jeg møtte i Amerika: Kirkeledere. Minnesota Posten, December 4, 1969.
A discussion of the work of two prominent church leaders: Johan Arnd Aasgaard and Hermann E. Jorgensen.
---------- Nordmenn jeg møtte i Amerika: Vitenskapsmenn. Minnesota Posten, November 20, 1969.
An appraisal of the scholarly contributions of Theodore C. Blegen and Einar Haugen.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Kildal, Arne. O. E. Rølvaag. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 24:337-338 (November, 1931).
A brief biography and estimate of Rølvaag's standing in the literary world.
Volume 7, 1933

KILDAL, ARNE. Utflytterfolkets poesi. Samtiden, 60:397-410 (1951).
The poetry of the emigrants.
Volume 17, 1952

KILDE, CLARENCE. Dark Decade: The Declining Years of Waldemar Ager. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 157-191 (1979).
The last sad years of an outstanding Norwegian-American author, editor, and idealist.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

KIMMERLE, MARJORIE M. Norwegian-American Surnames. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12: 1-32 (1941).
----------Norwegian-American Surnames in Transition. American Speech, 17:158-165 (October, 1942).
Volume 13, 1943

KINGERY, KENNETH. Did Stoughton Man Originate Safety Belt? Wagonmaker Targe Mandt Gets the Credit. Capital Times, August 22, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

KIRK, GORDON W. The Promise of American Life: Social Mobility in a Nineteenth Century Immigrant Community, Holland, Michigan, 1847-1894. Philadelphia, 1978. 164 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Kirn, Mary Em and Sherry Case Maurer. Härute - Out Here: Swedish Immigrant Artists in Midwest America: An Exhibition of Works from Augustana College and the Quad Cities Community. Rock Island, Illinois, 1983, 144 pp.
A well-illustrated exhibition catalog with eight essays.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Kittelson, Thor. Article in MILAN [Minnesota] STANDARD, September 20, 1929.
An account of emigration from Norway in 1850 and of settlement in Dane County, Wisconsin.
Volume 5, 1930

Kivisto, Peter and Dag Blanck, eds. American Immigrants and Their Generations: Studies and Commentaries on the Hansen Thesis After Fifty Years. Urbana, Illinois, 1990. 222 pp.
Nine papers given at a conference held at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, in April 1987 by John Higham, Thomas J. Archdeacon, Moses Rischin, Philip Gleason, Nathan Glazer, H. Arnold Barton, Victor Greene and Fred Matthews with an introductory essay by Peter Kivisto, “Ethnicity and the Problem of Generations in American History.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Kivisto, Peter, ed. The Ethnic Enigma: the Salience of Ethnicity for European-Origin Groups. Philadelphia, 1989. 183 pp.
Seven essays about Americans from Italy, Hungary, Finland, Croatia, Greece, Sweden and the Netherlands as well as an essay, “Overview: Thinking about Ethnicity,” by the editor.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Kjær, Iver. Runes and immigrants in America: the Kensington Stone, the World's Columbian Exposition and Nordic identity. Translated from Danish by Gorm Kirsch. Minneapolis, Minn.: Center for Nordic Studies, University of Minnesota, 1994. 31 pp.; ill. (The Nordic Roundtable papers, vol. 17). A version of a lecture delivered at a sociolinguistics seminar at Aalborg University Center, March 3, 1993.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

KJAR, IVER and LARSEN, MOGENS B. "Danish in Dakota." The Bridge, 6,1:5-19 (1983).
"Analysis of specific Danish-American communities as part of a general description of the linguistic development of Danish immigrants in the United States."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

KJARTANSSON, H. S. "Emigration Fares and Emigration from Iceland to North America, 1874-1893." Scandinavian Economic History Review, 28:55-71 (1980).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

KJELDSTADLI, SVERRE. Scandinavian Department, University of Wisconsin, 75 år. Samtiden, 60:215-222 (1951).
Volume 17, 1952

Kjelland, Arnfinn, comp. Emigranter fra Lesja 1853-1949. Lesja, Norway, 1989. 282 pp.
“A computer printout of the 2,292 persons who emigrated from the region of Lesja.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Kjølås, Gerh. “Første amenikafararen.” Stranda-minne. Årsskrift far Stranda sogelag, 1991, I: 8, 17-19.
About Hans Nikolayson Engeset, the first emigrant from Stranda, Møre og Romsdal.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

KJØLÅS, GERHARD. Gull; kampen om gullet i Alaska. Bergen, Norway, 1947. 142 p.
The struggle for gold in Alaska, in which the Norwegians took a prominent part.
Volume 16 1950

KLAGSTAD, AUGUST. Klagstad-Halvorsen Family History. Minneapolis, 1946. 41 p.
Volume 15, 1949

KLAMMER, PAUL W. Building with Logs. Gopher Historian, 18:13-17 (Fall, 1963).
Minnesota log buildings that are open to the public, with illustrations.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

KLAMMER, PAUL W. Collecting Log Cabins: A Photographer’s Hobby. Minnesota History, 37:71-77 (June, 1960).
How log cabins were constructed in the New Ulm area.
Volume 21, 1962

KLAVENESS, EIVIND. Norske læger i Amerika, 1840-1942. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1943. 87 p.
Biographical notes on more than one hundred physicians of Norwegian extraction.
Volume 14, 1944

KLEIN, HERBERT S. "The Integration of Italian Immigrants into the United States and Argentina: A Comparative Analysis." American Historical Review, 88:306-346 (April, 1983).
These pages also contain comments by Jorge Balan, J. D. Gould, and Tulio Halperin-Donghi.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Klepp, Hans. Fem år av mitt liv. Lillehammer, 1983, 178 pp.
About Klepp’s stay in the United States, 1929-1933.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

KLEPPE, THOMAS S.
Jærbu til topps. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68: 168 (1975).
Deals with the American Secretary of the Interior, whose father emigrated from Jæuren, Norway, in 1903.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

KLEPPNER, PAUL. The Cross of Culture: A Social Analysis of Midwestern Politics, 1850-1900. New York, 1970. x, 402 pp.
An analysis which stresses the “immigrant vote.”
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

KLEVEN, O. M. Dedication Program, Viroqua Lutheran Church. Viroqua, Wisconsin, 1950. 24 p.
A history of the congregation is included.
Volume 17, 1952

Klevstrand, Rolf. “Norske farmasøyter i USA.” Norges apotekerforenings tidsskrift, 90: 303-305 (1982); 92: 233-236 (1984); 93: 257-262 (1985); 94: 244-247 (1986); 95: 218-221 (1987).
A series of five articles on Norwegian immigrant pharmacists in the United States, with summaries in English: (1) Albert Bellerud (1849-1921); (2) Peter Olivarmus Bugge (1875-1970); (3) Norwegian pharmacists in Chicago; (4) Norwegian pharmacists in Minneapolis; (5) views on American pharmacy.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Klevstrand, Roll. “Norske farmasøyter i USA. VI. Vilhelm D. Gandrup (1840-1904) apoteker i Iowa.” Norges apotekerforenings tidsskrift, 96, 9: 226-229 (1988).
About the immigrant pharmacist Vilhelm D. Gandrup in Iowa.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Kloss, Heinz, ed. Deutsch als Muttersprache in den Vereinigten Staaten. Teil II: Regionale und Funktionale Aspekte. Wiesbaden, 1985. 297 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

KLUNGTVEDT, NILS, ed. Festskrift for Stavanger amt laget i Amerika, 1911-1936. [n. p.,] Stavangerlaget i Amerika, 1936. 112 p.
A publication issued in connection with the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of this bygdelag, held at Story City, Iowa, August 28-30, 1936, and including a historical account of Stavangerlaget and its subdivisions, with portraits of officers and groups at the various conventions.
Volume 10, 1938

KNAPHUS, TORLEIF
Noted Utah Sculptor, 63, Dies. Minnesota Posten, June 24, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

KNAPLUND, PAUL
Prof.-Emeritus Paul Knaplund, Long-Time UW Historian, Dies. Capital Times, April 9, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

KNAPLUND, PAUL. H. Tambs Lyche: Propagandist for America. Norwegian-American Studies, 24: 102-111 (1970).
Deals with a young civil engineer, magazine editor, and Unitarian minister, who was instrumental in improving the image of America in Norway.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

KNAPLUND, PAUL. Moorings Old and New: Entries in an Immigrant’s Log. Madison, 1963. 276 p.
Autobiography of the late professor of British history at the University of Wisconsin. Reviewed in Norseman, Autumn, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Knaplund, Paul. Norwegians in the Selkirk settlement, 1815-1870. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN
STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:1-11 (1931).
A number of the Norwegian settlers are mentioned and their story is told.
Volume 7, 1933

KNAPLUND, PAUL. Rasmus B. Anderson, Pioneer and Crusader. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18:23-43 (1954).
Volume 19, 1956

KNIGHT, CLAYTON. Hitch Your Wagon; the Story of Bernt Batchen, by Clayton Knight and Robert C. Durham. Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, 1950. 332 p.
Volume 17, 1952

Knoer, Wanda Fisher. “The Norwegian Room - showcase of Norwegian Culture.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 85, 9: 336-338 (September, 1988).
The Norwegian community of Pittsburgh outfitted a university classroom in 1948 in the style of an eighteenth-century Norwegian peasant home; local Norwegian-American groups maintain it.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Knudsen, Aage V. “Johannes Knudsen: The Cultural Context of His Youth.” The Bridge, 12, 2: 9-16 (1989).
A memoir by Johannes Knudsen’s brother.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Knudsen, Dina. Nordmænds virke i Amerika. SKANDINAVEN ALMANAK OG KALENDER, 1929,
p. 45-48.
A brief survey of the activity of Norwegians in America.
Volume 5, 1930

KNUDSEN, ERIC A. Kanuka of Kauai, by Eric A. Knudsen and Gurre P. Noble. Honolulu, Hawaii, Tongg Publishing Co., 1945. 208 p.
"This is the saga of Kauai and of Kanuka, the tall, blond Norwegian who became a king,"-Valdemar Knudsen (1820-1898).
Volume 15, 1949

KNUDSEN, JOHN W.
Hans Kristoffersen. John W. Knudsen i 50 år . . . ved Amerikalinjens New York kontor. Nordisk Tidende, March 14, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Knudsen, Knud . Beretning om en reise fra Drammen I Norge til New York i Nord-Amerika. Drammen, 1986. xxi, 27 pp.
Facsimile edition of a work originally published in Drammen in 1841.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

KNUDSEN, KNUD. Livsminner; bareår og ungdomsår. Oslo 1937. 199 p.
In these memoirs of a distinguished Norwegian linguistic and pedagogical reformer, there are a number of interesting comments on two figures who later were prominent in Norwegian-American life: J. R. Reiersen and J. A. Ottesen.
Volume 10, 1938

KNUDSEN, PAUL. Chronology of the Discovery. Sons of Norway, 50:184 (October, 1953).
The discovery of America by Leif Erikson.
Volume 18, 1954

KNUTSEN, ALFRED. Haringer i Amerika gjennem 100 år. Hardanger (Odda, Hardanger, Norway), July 2, 1937-February 11, 1938. 59 installments.
A continuation of the series recorded in the last volume of this publication, comprising personal and family histories of immigrants from Hardanger.
Volume 10, 1938

KNUTSEN, ALFRED. Haringer i Amerika gjennem 100 år. Hardanger (Odda, Hardanger, Norway), December, 1935-April, 1936.
Fifty-one installments, containing principally personal and family histories of emigrants from Hardanger, Norway, to America during the hundred years beginning in 1825.
Volume 9, 1936

KNUTSTAD, ERIK. Norsk student forening i USA. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:87 (April, 1960).
The history and purpose of a contemporary organization of Norwegian students in American universities.
Volume 21, 1962

Kofoed, J. H. En pioneers saga; træk af Timan Børtnes's liv og virke. REFORM, May 7, 1931,
p3, May 14, 1931, p.5.
The saga of a pioneer; the life of Timan Børtnes.
Volume 7, 1933

KOHT, HALVDAN. Dei fyrste skandinaviske innflyttarane i Amerika. Scandia, tidskrift for historisk forskning, 922: 109-117 (1950).
The first Scandinavian settlers in America.
Volume 18, 1954

KOHT, HALVDAN. First Scandinavian Settlers in America. American-Scandinavian Review, 32:136-142 (June, 1944).
This article deals particularly with the colonial period of American history.
--------Norske høvdinger; livsskildringer. Brooklyn, 1943. 448 p.
Biographical sketches of famous Norwegians, written by various authors: Ole Bull, by O. M. Sandvik; Marcus Thrane, by Halvdan Koht; Roald Amundsen, by O. J. Skattum; Axel Heiberg, by Fridtjof Nansen, are some of them.
--------When America Called for Immigrants. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:159-183 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

KOHT, HALVDAN. Hjelm-Hansen, Paul, 1810-1881. Norsk biografisk leksikon, 6:131-133 (1934).
Paul Hjelm-Hansen was a well-known editor, publisher, and immigration agent.
Volume 9, 1936

KOHT, HALVDAN. Nordmennene i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35:90-95 (April, 1942).
General comments on the subject of Norwegian immigration are included in this general review of Dr. Blegen's Norwegian Migration to America: The American Transition.
Volume 13, 1943

KOHT, HALVDAN. The American Spirit in Europe; a Survey of Transatlantic Influences. Philadelphia, 1949. 289 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, 21:201-205 (November, 1949), and in Wisconsin Magazine of History, 33:232 (December, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

KOHT, HALVDAN. The Norwegians in America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:171-178 (1943).
------------Norway, Maine. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:186-188 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

Kolden, Jon. “To amerikabrev.” Heim og bygd. Lita gåmålt frå Lom. 1987: 29-37.
Letters from America by Rolv Olson Gaupar and Tjøstolv Fosberg to family in Lom, Oppland, Norway.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

KOLDERUP, DINA. Privatskole og musikk-aftener hos Jansons. Western Viking (Seattle), October 4, 1963.
Kristofer Janson in America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Kolle, Nils. “Gjensyn med Castle Garden.” The Norseman, 18-20 (2, 1985).
Return to Castle Garden, the immigrant receiving station in New York until 1892.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Kolltveit, Bård. “Amerikabåtene.” Norsk sjøfartsmuseum. Årsberetning, 1983, 137-242.
Includes a summary in English: “The ‘America Boats’: the Passenger Ships of the Norwegian-America Line.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Kolltveit, Bård. Amerikabåtene. Oslo, 1984, 112 pp.
The passenger ships of the Norwegian America Line brought immigrants from Norway to America.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Kolstad, Gunhild. “Øyinger i Amerika.” Nes og Helgøya. lokalhistorisk skrift, 1988-89, 1:94-115.
Emigrants from Helgøya, Hedmark, in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

KONGA, TYNE E. I Remember. New York, 1955. 269 p.
The story of a Finnish-American girl who grew up in an immigrant milieu in Minnesota.
Volume 20, 1959

Kongsberglaget. Aarbok no. 6 for Kongsberglaget i Amerika. Oplysninger om folk fra Sandsvær, Øvre Eker, Kongsberg, Jondalen og Nedre Numedal, 1980. Kongsberglaget for udflytterfolket til USA og Canada. Albert Lea, Minnesota, Andrew Stenseth, 1930. 124 p.
A yearbook of this organization which contains news, biographies, and a list of members.
Volume 6, 1931

Kongsberglaget. Aarbok no. 6 for Kongsberglaget i Amerika. Oplysninger om folk fra Sandsvær, Øyre Eker, Kongsberg, Jondalen og Nedre Numedal, 1980. Kongsberglaget for udflytterfolket til U. S. A. og Canada. Albert Lea, Minnesota, Andrew Stenseth, 1930. 124 p.
A yearbook of this organization which contains news, biographies, and a list of members.
Volume 6, 1931

Kongslien, Ingeborg R. “‘Härborta - därhemma’: The Emigration Process as Depicted by O. E. Rølvaag, Vilhelm Moberg, and Alfred Hauge.” Scandinavian Literature in a Transcultural Context, Rossel and Steene, eds. 267-270.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Kongslien, Ingeborg R. “Fiction as Interpretation of the Emigrant Experience: The Novels of Johan Bojer, O. E. Rølvaag, Vilhelm Moberg and Alfred Hauge.” American Studies in Scandinavia, 18,2: 83-92 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Kongslien, Ingeborg R. Draumen om fridom og jord. Oslo, 1989. 314 pp.
The dream about freedom and land. An examination of the novels of Johan Boyer, O. E. Rølvaag, Vilhelm Moberg and Alfred Hauge. Figures in the novels “pursued a common dream of freedom with social, religious and material implications . . . land became a major symbol for the freedoms sought.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Kongslien, Ingeborg Ragnhild. Dramuen om fridom og jord. Ein studie i skandinaviske emigrantromaner. Oslo, 1986. 446 pp.
A study of Scandinavian emigrant novels by Johan Boyer, Ole E. Rølvaag. Wilhelm Moberg, and Alfred Hauge.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Kongslien, Ingeborg, and Dina Tolfsby, eds. Norwegian-american essays 1999. Oslo: NAHA-Norway and the Norwegian Emigrant Museum, 1999. 284 pp. Essays from the sixth seminar of the Norwegian-American Historical Association’s chapter in Norway (NAHA-Norway). Held in Trondheim June 23-26, 1997. The volume is dedicated to Professor Dorothy Burton Skårdal, who for many years taught American civilization and Norwegian-American Literature at the University of Oslo, and in 1981 was one of the founders of NAHA-Norway.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

KOPAS, C. R. Norse Canadians. Maclean's magazine (Toronto), 48:26, 54 (April, 1935).
The Bella Coola Valley in British Columbia was settled in 1894 by Norwegians from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota, under the leadership of the Reverend C. Saugstad and A. Stortroen.
Volume 9, 1936

KOPAS, CLIFF. The Bella Coola Norwegians. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:298-99 (October, 1972).
Story of a Norwegian colony in British Columbia.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Kopp, Michael and Ludwig, Stephen. German-Russian Folk Architecture in Southeastern South Dakota. Vermillion, South Dakota, 1984. 36 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

KOREN, ELISABETH. The Diary of Elisabeth Koren, 1853-1855, translated and edited by David T. Nelson. Northfield, 1955. xviii, 381 p.
Memoirs from a frontier parsonage.
Volume 19, 1956

KORSTAD, J. D. David Pederson Verlo. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1932 og 1933, p. 42-48.
David Pederson Verlo (1854-1931) came to America in 1875 and settled near Benson, Minnesota.
Volume 8, 1934

KORT, HALVDAN. Driving Forces in History. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1964. 217 p.
A translation by Einar Haugen of Drivmakter i historie (Oslo, 1959).
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

KOSTIAINEN, AUVO. The Forging of Finnish-American Communism, 191 7-1924. A Study in Ethnic Radicalism. Turku, Finland, 1978. 225 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

KOSTIAINEN, AUVO. The Forging of Finnish-American Communism. Turku, 1978. 225 pp.
A study in ethnic radicalism.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

KOSTIAINEN, AUVO. Work People’s College: An American Immigrant Institution. Scandinavian Journal of History, 5:295-309 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

KOUSTRUP, SØREN. Ireland in Flight. 99 pp.
A discussion of the adverse conditions in Ireland which caused the great emigration to America.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

KOUSTRUP, SØREN. Shattered Dreams: Joe Hill. 69 pp.
The life story of the legendary Swedish-American labor agitator and writer of protest songs.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

KRALJIC, FRANCES. Croatian Migration to and from the United States, 1900-1914. Palo Alto, California, 1978. vii, 113 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Kristiansen, Thor. “Flekkerøyfolk i Amerika" Årsskrift. Flekkerøy historielag, 1990,1: 1,56-61.
List of emigrants from Flekkerøy, Vest-Agder.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

KRISTOFFERSEN, HANS. Besøk i Kendall, hvor alle norske nå hviler glemte på kirkegården. Nordisk Tidende, November 12, 1964.
All that remain of the 1825 Norwegian settlement in western New York are the Norway Road, the Orsland and Stangland monuments in the cemetery, the Ole Orsland barn, and the Larsson house.
---------- Det Norske Selskab i New York som nå fyller 60 år. Nordisk Tidende, October 15, 1964.
A historical sketch of a Norwegian society.
---------- Jeg sov i ruinene etter Ole Bulls falne slot i Allegheny-fjellene. Nordisk Tidende, September 10, 1964.
A history of the Ole Bull settlement in northern Pennsylvania, with a description of the area as it is today.
---------- Over en halv million begravet på Potters Field; mange norske navn minner om immigrant-tragedier. Nordisk Tidende, July 8, 1965.
Names of forgotten Norwegian immigrants buried in mass graves on Hart’s Island, the potter’s field of the New York area, since 1869.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

KRISTOFFERSON, HANS. En samling fugle-egg i 1877 ble start til norsk utvandrermuseum. Nordisk Tidende, July 14, 1966.
History and program of the Norwegian-American Museum.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

KROGH, EGIL E.
Karl Robert Ertsaas. Biography of Egil E. Krogh. Nordisk Tidende, April 13, 1961.
The administrative director and vice-president of Marshall Field and Company.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Krogh, Hilde. “‘We Meet Only to Part’: Norwegian Immigrants in Transition.” University of Colorado, Boulder, 1990. 350 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

KRONTOFT, TORBEN. Factors in Assimilation: A Comparative Study. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:184-205 (1974).
The acculturation and assimilation processes affecting Danish and Norwegian settlers in the United States.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

KROSBY, H. PETER. The World of Leif Erikson. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65: 40-41 (February, 1968).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

KRUSTRUP, ERIK V. Gateway to America: New York City. 71 pp.
New York City as seen and experienced by the numerous immigrants who settled there.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

KUHNS, FREDRICK I. Danish and Norwegian Baptists. Palimpsest, 36 : 370-372 (September, 1955).
A brief article about Danish and Norwegian Baptists in Iowa.
Volume 19, 1956

KULBERG, MARTHA. Norsk-Amerikansk misjon i China. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 34:33-35 (February, 1941).
Volume 12, 1941

KUMLIEN, THURE
Dorothy Peterson. Noted Pioneer Naturalist Lived in Albion Prairie Century Ago. Capital Times, April 28, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

KUMLIEN, THURE
E. G. Trotzig. Thune Kumlien, Pioneer Naturalist. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 196-294 (1979).
The story of a Swedish immigrant farmer in Wisconsin who gained fame as a naturalist.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

KUNICZAK, W. S. Polonia: The Face of Poland in America. American Heritage, 29/3, 35-44 (April/May, 1978).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

KUNICZAK, W. S. Polonia: The Face of Poland in America. American Heritage, 29: 35-44 (April-May, 1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Kvale, Ole Juul, 1869-1929. Ole Juul Kvale, by Hon. Henrik Shipstead, Frank Clague, Harold Knutson, James H. Sinclair, John E. Rankin, August B. Andresen, Fiorello H. LaGuardia, Godfrey G. Goodwin, Melvin J. Maas, C. G. Selvlg, Victor Christgau, W. I. Nolan, and William A. Pittenger.
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 71 Congress, 2 session, vol 72, no. 165, p. 13172-13178 (July, 1930).
Eulogies pronounced in the House of Representatives.
Volume 6, 1931

Kvam, Arne. “Om en trøndersk menighet i USA. Inherred menigheds historie 1870-1920.” Årbok for Namdalen. Namdal historielag, 1991, I, 33: 113-116.
A Norwegian-American congregation in Minnesota.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

KVAMME, KRISTEN. Et kirkeligt dobbeltjubilæum: Stavanger menighed kan feire 80-aars jubilæum søndag, 3die September; kirkehusets 60-aars jubilæum. Decorah-posten, August 29, 1933, p. 3.
The Stavanger Lutheran church, Winneshiek and Fayette counties, Iowa, was organized in 1853 and is thus eighty years old. The church building which is still in use, was erected twenty years later. The congregation celebrated these events on September 3, 1933.
Volume 8, 1934

Kvelstad, Ragnvald, ed. Poulsbo: Its First Hundred Years. Poulsbo, Washington, 1986. 300 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Kvelstad, Ragnvald. “The Pioneers of Dog Fish Bay.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 196-220 (1985).
Norwegian settlers in the Poulsbo, Washington, area.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

KVERNDAL, ROALD. Den norske minnekirke i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 70: 116-118 (1977).
The Norwegian Memorial Church in Chicago.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Kverndal, Roald. Seaman’s Missions: Their Origin and Early Growth. Pasadena, California, 1986. 936 pp.
Includes information about Norwegian merchant seamen’s missions in the United States.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

KYNE, PETER B. Saint Andrew the Sailor; the Most Unforgettable Character I Ever Met. Reader's
Digest, 35:9-14
(December, 1939).
A characterization of Andrew Furuseth, late president of the International Seamen's Union.
Volume 11, 1940

L

LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN
Our Savior’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 100th Anniversary, 1861-1961. 20 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregtion)

Lagerquist, L. DeAne. “As Sister, Wife, and Mother: Education for Young Norwegian-American Lutheran Women.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33(1992), 99-138.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Lagerquist, L. DeAne. From Our Mothers’ Arms: A History of Women in the American Lutheran Church. Foreword by Martin E. Marty. Minneapolis, 1987. 221 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Lagerquist, L. DeAne. In America the Men Milk the Cows: Factors of Gender, Ethnicity, and Religion in the Americanization of Norwegian-American Women. Preface by Martin E. Marty. Brooklyn, New York, 1991. 255 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Laird. Helen. Carl Oscar Borg & the Magic Region: Artist of the American West. Salt Lake City, 1986. xvi, 248 pp.
Includes 125 illustrations. 40 in color.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Lake Campbell Lutheran Church, 1870-1970. Volga, South Dakota, 1970. 86 p.
A centennial history of the congregation.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Lake, Ivan Clyde. Knute Reindahl, maker of violins. WISCONSIN MAGAZINE, 6:357-358 (December,
1928).
Volume 5, 1930

LANDE, SVEIN T. Bergstadens æresborger. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:48-50 (March, 1957).
A biographical sketch of the famous Norwegian-American engineer, Tinius Olsen.
Volume 20, 1959

LANDELIUS, OTTO ROB., ed. Amerikabreven. Stockholm, 1958. 236 p.
Letters written by Swedish immigrants at the turn of the century.
Volume 21, 1962

Landelius, Otto Robert. Swedish Place-Names in North America. Translated by Karin Franzen, and edited by Raymond Jarvi. Carbondale, Illinois, 1985. xvii, 348 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

LANDFORS, ARTHUR
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Arthur Landfors. Scandinavian-American. Bulletin, August, 1970.
Treats of a Swedish-American poet who is widely admired both in America and in his homeland.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

LANDFORS, ARTHUR
Leif Sjöberg. Arthur Landfors in Retrospect. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:141-144 (1974).
In appreciation of the work of a prominent Swedish-American poet and artist.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

LANDFORS, ARTHUR. On the Swedish-American Language. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25: 3-12 (1974).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

LANDSVERK, O. G. A Reply to David Kahn. American-Scandinavian Review, 56:205-206 (Summer, 1968).
Criticism of Kahn’s review of Norse Medieval Cryptograms in Runic Carvings.
---------- Norse Medieval Cryptography in American Runic Inscriptions. American-Scandinavian Review, 55:252-263 (Autumn, 1967).
Makes special reference to the Kensington runestone.
---------- Runekrig over Atlanteren. Decorah-Posten, March 21, 28, 1968.
Landsverk’s response to Aslak Liestøl’s criticism of his book, Norse Medieval Cryptograms in Runic Carvings.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LANDSVERK, O. G. The Discovery of the Kensington Runestone: A Reappraisal. Glendale, California, 1962. 77 p.
Based on data supplied by residents of Kensington, Minnesota. Reviewed in Nordisk Tidende, March 1, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

LANDSVERK, O. G. The Kensington Runestone: A Reappraisal of the Circumstances under Which the Stone Was Discovered.Glendale, California, 1961. 77 p.
Volume 21, 1962

LANDSVERK, OLE G. Ancient Norse Messages on American Stones. Glendale, California, 1969. 138 p.
A defense of writings on stones in Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, and Minnesota. Reviewed in News of Norway, July 7, 1969, Nordisk Tidende, July 17, 24, 1969, Sons of Norway, Viking, August, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

LANDSVERK, OLE G.
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Ole G. Landsverk. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, July, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

LANDSVERK, TORKJEL
Eyvind J. Evans. Penn Skudd: Torkjel Landsverk. Minnesota Posten, April 9, 1970.
An article about a farmer in southern Minnesota who achieved fame among Norwegian Americans as a poet, sculptor, and painter.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

Lane, Kerstin B. “Andersonville: A Swedish-American Landmark Neighborhood.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly. 42, 1: 30-40 (January, 1991).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lang livsgjerning. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:86 (April, 1960).
J. Jørgen Thompson, professor of Norwegian at St. Olaf College and secretary of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, is honored on his retirement.
Volume 21, 1962

LÅNG, HELMER. Moberg, the Emigrant Saga and Reality. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 33:3-24 (January, 1972).
An analysis of Vilhelm Moberg’s famous novels about immigrants.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

LANGBACH, PEDER. Norsk menighed i Amerika 100 aar; Norway-Muskego menighed, den ældste norsk-lutherske menighed i Amerika, feier 100 aarsmindet om sin grundlæggelse. Decorah-posten, Oct. 7, 1943.
The centennial of the Norway-Muskego (Wisconsin) church.
Volume 14, 1944

LANGBACH, PEDER. Trøndere i Milwaukee. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1930, p. 16-18.
People from Trønderlaget who settled in Milwaukee.
Volume 8, 1934

Langdal, Bjørn Inge. “Gullgraveren Ola Green.” Helgådalsnytt, 18: 1-10 (1989).
About gold miner Ola Green.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lange, Even. “Norske ingeniører i Amerika 1900-1950: en moderne svennevandring.” Historiker og veileder: festskrift til Jakob Sverdrup, 1989, 252-268.
Norwegian engineers in America, 1900-1950.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LANGELAND, HAROLD S. Langeland Families of Sunnylven, Sunnre, Norway. Minneapolis, 1953. 13 p.
Volume 18, 1954

Langfjæran, John. “Hilsen fra Wind Lake.” Årbok. Mosvik historielag, 1987-88, I:2, 19-23.
Tells of the author’s visit to Oscar and Gilma Dukleth.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

LANGHOLM, SIVERT and SEJERSTED, FRANCIS, eds. Vandringer. Festskrift til Ingrid Semmingsen. Oslo, 1980. xiii, 252 pp.
A Festschrift for the noted Norwegian historian who has done monumental work in the field of emigration-immigration history. The articles in the book are devoted largely to studies of Norwegian demography.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

LANGLAND, HAROLD S. It Happened This Way: The Union of Sons of Norway of the Middle West and the Pacific. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65:238 (September, 1968).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LANGLAND, HAROLD S. Samuel S. Langland, Attorney at Law, Seattle. Minneapolis, 1968. 34p.
An account of the fusion of the Pacific coast and Midwest lodges of the Sons of Norway; includes a sketch of the career of Langland.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

LANGLIE, ARTHUR B.
Top Executive Quit Politics for McCall’s Career. Norwegian American Commerce, 11 (September 10, 1968).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Langseth, Peder Olsen. Norske settlementer og menigheder i Sherburne, Benton, og Mille Lacs countier, Minn. Translated by J.P.Anderson. [Minnesota: S.M. Wadsworth, 1997.] Title trans.: Norwegian settlements and congregations in Sherburne, Benton, and Mille Lacs counties, Minnesota. 60 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

Langton, Charles.] “Leif Stories.” Norwegian-American Museum Newsletter, 23, 2: 1, 3 (Summer, 1988)
The several busts and statues of Leif Ericson, raised by Norwegian-American immigrants throughout the U.S., are described.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Langton, Charles.] “Minnekirken, a Norwegian Landmark.” Norwegian-American Museum Newsletter, 22, 1: [1, 8] (Spring, 1987).
Minnekirken is the last surviving Norwegian-language church in Chicago.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Langton, Charles.] “Sondre Norheim, Skiing Pioneer.” Norwegian-American Museum Newsletter, 22, 4/23. 1: 1ff (Winter, 1987/Spring 1988).
A statue of Sondre Norheim was erected in Minot, North Dakota, in 1987.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LANTZ, MONICA, ed. Emigrantvisor. Stockholm, 1981. 144 pp.
A selection of songs which "deal with the emigration to North America during the second half of
the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

LARSEN, ANNY. Haardt liv i skogene. Decorah-Posten, December 28, 1961.
Henning Frisvoll’s experiences in the American forests.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

LARSEN, ARTHUR C. Next Year will be Better. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1980. 200 pp.
Life in a Danish rural community in northeastern Montana during the years 1908-1922.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Larsen, Cecelia. “Danish Artists of the American West; Olaf Seltzer and Olaf Wieghorst.” The Bridge, 14, 1: 45-68 (1991).
Immigrants from Denmark become prominent American artists.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Larsen, Eric. An American Memory. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1988. 240 pp.
“A poetic evocation of the external and interior landscapes of the American Midwest, as they are explored by the members of one family (descendants of Norwegian pioneers who settled in Minnesota) over the course of three generations - from the 1 800s to the present.” The novel is the winner of the 1988 Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LARSEN, ESTHER LOUISE. The Voyages of the Ancient Norsemen to America. American Swedish Historical Foundation Yearbook, 1962, 56-67.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

LARSEN, FINN J.
Christopher North, Assistant Secretary of the Army. Nordisk Tidende, February 14, 1963.
Arms Research Program. Sons of Norway, 59:31 (February, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

LARSEN, HANNA. The Scandinavian colleges; how are they facing a changing world? American-Scandinavian review, 22 9-20 (March, 1934).
Volume 8, 1934

LARSEN, HENNING, ed. Scandinavian Studies Presented to George T. Flom by Colleagues and Friends. Edited by Henning Larsen and C. A. Williams. Urbana, Illinois, University of Illinois Press, 1942. 150 p.
This book has been reviewed by Einar Haugen in Decorah-posten, January 7, 1943.
Volume 14, 1944

LARSEN, HENRY A. Henry med det store skipet. Oslo, 1964. 276 p.
Henry with the big ship; an autobiography of a Norwegian-Canadian skipper, first to sail the Northwest Passage in both directions. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, December, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

LARSEN, HENRY ASBJØRN
Canada to Erect Statue of Norwegian in Vancouver. Pacific Coast Viking, May, 1965.
Den berømte norsk-kanadiske kaptein som seilte nordvest passasjen østover og vestover død. Nordisk Tidende, November 5, 1964.
The renowned Norwegian-Canadian captain, who sailed the Northwest Passage both eastward and westward, is dead.
Henry Asbjørn Larsen. Arctic, 18: 67 (March, 1965).
Explorer of the Northwest Passage and superintendent of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

LARSEN, KAREN, transl, and ed. A Newcomer Looks at American Colleges. Norwegian-American
Studies and Records,
10: 107-126 (1938).
Volume 11, 1940

LARSEN, KAREN. Ingeborg Astrup Larsen: Her Family and Her Girlhood in Norway. Northfield, 1958. 81 p.
Ingeborg Astrup Larsen was the wife of Professor Laurentius Larsen, well-known churchman and educator. This narrative of her early years gives an intimate picture of the social and cultural life of a Norwegian official family during the middle decades of the nineteenth century. Multilithed.
Volume 20, 1959

Larsen, Karen. The adjustment of a pioneer pastor to American conditions: Laur. Larsen, 1857-1880. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 4:1-14 (1929).
A study of a prominent church leader's reactions to the American environment, with special attention to the language problem.
Volume 5, 1930

Larsen, Karl. “Sketches of My Life.” The Bridge, 9, 2: 29-42 (1986).
A Danish immigrant worked as a commercial artist in Detroit.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

LARSEN, ULLA M. "A Quantitative Study of Emigration from Denmark to the United States, 1870-1913." Scandinavian Economic History Review, 30:101-128 (1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

LARSEN, ULLA M. En kvantitativ undersögelse af udvandringen fra Danmark til USA 1870-1913. Odense, Denmark, 1979. 157 pp.
"An econometric study of emigration from Denmark to the United States."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

LARSON, AGNES M. John A. Johnson: An Uncommon American. Northfield, Minnesota, 1969. 312 p.
A biography of a Madison, Wisconsin, industrialist and immigrant leader.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

LARSON, AGNES M. The editorial policy of Skandinaven, 1900-1903. Norwegian-American studies and records, 8:112-135 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936

LARSON, BRUCE L. Little Falls Lawyer, 1884-1906: Charles A. Lindbergh. Minnesota History, 43:158-174 (1973).
An article dealing with the senior Charles A. Lindbergh’s development of a law practice, his business affairs, and his family life before entering politics.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

LARSON, BRUCE. Lindbergh of Minnesota: A Political Biography. New York, 1973. xix, 363 pp.
The political activities of Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., who played a prominent part in the Progressive, Nonpartisan, and Farmer-Labor movements in state and national affairs.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

LARSON, HAROLD. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson og Amerika. Nordisk tidende, December 8, 1932, p. 1, 3.
This article discusses Bjørnson's visit to America in 1880-81, largely in the light of letters from Bjørnson in the R. B. Anderson collection at Madison, Wisconsin.
----------Bjørnson and America; a critical review by Harold Larson and Einar Haugen. Scandinavian
studies and notes,
13:1-12 (February, 1934).
Volume 8, 1934

Larson, Henrietta, transl, and ed. The sinking of the "Atlantic" on Lake Erie; an immigrant journey from
Quebec to Wisconsin in 1852. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND
RECORDS, 4:92-98 (1929).
Part of a letter written by Erik Thorstad from the "Town of Ixonia, Jefferson County [Wisconsin], November 9, 1852," published in Christiania-Posten, February 11, 1853.
Volume 5, 1930

LARSON, JAMES L., ed. American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1967. Scandinavian Studies, 40: 132-158 (May, 1968).
---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1968. Scandinavian Studies, 41:160-197 (May, 1969).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LARSON, KAREN. Laur. Larsen, pioneer college president. Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1936. 358 p.
Reviewed by D. G. Ristad in Skandinaven, August 21, 1936; by Einar Lund in Decorah-posten, September 22, 1936; and by Carl G. O. Hansen in the Minneapolis journal for October 18, 1936.
Volume 9, 1936

LARSON, LARENCE M. Af et foredrag om kildeskrifter, om indsamling og bevaring af alslags
kildemateriale til vor historie her i landet. Decorah-posten, November 1, 1935, p. 2, 4.
In an editorial in the same issue, Decorah-posten discusses the importance of collecting and preserving historical source material, which is the subject matter of the lecture given in part in this issue.
---------- Norwegian element in the Northwest. American historical review, 40:69-91 (October, 1934).
Also issued as a separate.
---------- Tellef Grundysen and the beginnings of Norwegian-American fiction. Norwegian-American studies and records, 8:1-17 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936

LARSON, LARS and MARTHA
Richard L. Canuteson. Lars and Martha Larson: We Do What We Can for Them. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:142-66 (1972).
The story of a “Slooper” couple whose home in Rochester, New York, aided countless Norwegian immigrants on their way west.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

LARSON, LAURENCE M. The Changing West and other essays. STUDIES AND RECORDS
Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1957. 180 p.
The titles of the essays are as follows: The Changing West; The Norwegian element in the field of American scholarship; The Convention riot at Benson Grove, Iowa, in 1876; Tellef Grundysen and the beginnings of Norwegian-American fiction; The Norwegian element in the Northwest; Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen; "Skandinaven, Professor Anderson, and the Yankee school"; and The Lay preacher in pioneer times. Reviewed by Martin B. Ruud in Minnesota history, 18:431-433 (December, 1937).
---------- The collection and preservation of sources. Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:95-105 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

Larson, Laurence M. The convention riot at Benson Grove, Iowa, in 1876. NORWEGIANIAN-
AMERICAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6: 122--132 (1931).
The conflict of nationalities and the assured political victory of the Norwegian majority, when they got their stride, at Benson Grove, near Forest City, Winnebago County, Iowa.
Volume 7, 1933

LARSON, LAURENCE M. The Log Book of a Young Immigrant. Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-
American Historical Association, 1939. 318 p.
Volume 11, 1940

Larson, Laurence M. The rock whence we are hewn. ST. OLAF COLLEGE BULLETIN, 24:7-17 (January, 1929).
A survey of some of the achievements of the Norwegian people, given as a commencement address at St. Olaf College, June, 1928.
Volume 6, 1931

Larson, Laurence M. The rock whence we are hewn. ST. OLAF COLLEGE BULLETIN, 24:7-17 (January, 1929).
A survey of some of the achievements of the Norwegian people, given as a commencement address at St. Olaf College, June, 1928.
Volume 6, 1931

Larson, Nels T. A. “Life in Saskatchewan, 1918-1925: A Story of a Pioneering Missionary Family,” edited by Samuel Chell. The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36: 39-55 (January, 1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

LARSSON, EVERT A. "Lidköping to Lindsborg: Reminiscences, 1924-1929." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:84-110 (1982).
These reminiscences of a young Swedish immigrant are continued in the following issue of the Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, pp. 183-206.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Larsson, Evert A. “Pastor Eric Biörck and the Revival of Swedish Religious Life in the Delaware Valley.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36, 2: 83-92 (April, 1985).
An account of the efforts of a Swedish pastor in the 1690s.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Larsson, Gunnila and Eva Tedenmyr. Foreword by H. Arnold Barton. Svenskt tryck i Nordamerika: katalog over Tell G. Dahllöfs samling: Swedish-American Imprints: A Catalogue of the Tell G. Dahllöf Collection. Stockholm, 1988. 387 pp.
The collection of 10,000 volumes collected by Dahllöf has been acquired by the University of Minnesota. Entries are arranged by subjects with headings in English.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LASSEN, PETER
Franklin D. Scott. Peter Lassen: Danish Pioneer in California. The Bridge, 5: 1-20 (1982).
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

LAURITZ, PAUL
Elsa Normann. Nordmann i San Francisco bærer etiketten: Conrad of the Canvas. Nordisk Tidende, April 20, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

LAWRENCE, CARL GUSTAVUS. Ramblings of a Pioneer Pedagogue. Berkeley, California, 1969. 168 p.
Autobiography of a South Dakota educator and father of John H. and Ernest O. Lawrence.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Lawrence, John. Bernt Balchen, Viking of the air. New York, Brewer, Warren, and Putnam,
1931. 165 p.
A book written for boys, depicting the life of the man who piloted Byrd's plane to the South Pole. Reviewed in Publisher's weekly, 120:862 (August 29, 1931).
Volume 7, 1933

LAWSON, MURRAY G. The Foreign-born in Congress, 1789-1949. American Political Science Review, 51 : 1183-1189 (December, 1957).
Volume 20, 1959

LE BOURDAIS, D. M. Stefansson, Ambassador of the North. Montreal, 1963. 204 p.
Account of the career of the famous Icelandic-American explorer and author. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Winter, 1963-64.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

LEA, SVEN AANESTAD. Metodist-kirkens far i Norge. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62: 160-161 (July, 1969).
O. P. Petersen honored as the founder of the Methodist church in Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LEACH, HENRY GODDARD. My Last Seventy Years. New York, 1956. 232 p.
The autobiography of an American who has played a significant role in heightening American awareness of the culture of the Scandinavian countries.
Volume 20, 1959

Leander, Kristine, ed. Family sagas: stories of Scandinavian immigrants: inspired by the names on the Leif Erikson statue, Trondheim, Norway. Seattle, Wash.: Scandinavian Language Institute, 1997. 226 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Leclaire Centennial 1890-1990: the Historic Cooperative Village of Leclaire: Edwardsville, Illinois by Robert and Mary Blain. Edwardsville, Illinois, 1990. 61 pp.
Nelson Oliver Nelson (1844-1922) of Lillesand, Norway, established the N. O. Nelson Manufacturing Company and a model industrial village in southern Illinois.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LEE, A. O. Ole O. Lees livshistorie. Hallingen, 182: 11-15 (March, 1958).
The life story of a Norwegian immigrant from Hallingdal.
Volume 20, 1959

Lee, Art. A Lutheran Scandinavian Academy. The Rise and Demise of Scandinavia Academy and Central Wisconsin College, 1893-1932. Scandinavia, Wisconsin, 1992. 304 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

LEE, ART. The Lutefisk Ghetto. Bemidji, Minnesota, 1975. 150 pp.
A humorous reminiscence of the author’s life in Scandinavia, Wisconsin, around 1945. A mimeographed booklet.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

LEE, INGMAR A., JR. Lie Descendants. Minneapolis, 1968. 120 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

LEE, J. J. In memoriam. Preface by John J. Lee, Jr. Lake Park, Minnesota, 1932. 62p.
A collection of poems by Johannes J. Lee, with some biographical material included in the preface. Lee was born in Lien, Ringebu, Gulbrandsdalen, Norway, in 1839, immigrated to America in 1872, and settled near Lake Park, Minnesota, where he was a farmer from 1872 to 1920. He died in 1926.
Volume 8, 1934

Lee, Knute. Survivor. Detroit, 1984. 223 pp.
The author of this autobiography grew up in Spring Grove, Minnesota, was a navy pilot during World War II, and later taught religion at various Lutheran institutions.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

LEE, MARIE (Mrs. O. H. Lee). Memories of Koshkonong parsonage and jubilee meeting fifty-five years ago. Lutheran herald, 18:479-481 (May 22, 1934).
Recollections of the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration of the founding of the Norwegian synod of the Norwegian Lutheran church, which was held near Stoughton, Wisconsin, in 1878.
Volume 8, 1934

LEE, MARIE. Memories of Koshkonong parsonage; jubilee meeting fifty-six years ago. Lutheran almanac, 1936, p. 41-48.
Volume 9, 1936

Lee, Olav. St. Olaf College. NORDEN, vol. 2: no. 5, p. 3-5, no. 6, 20-22, no. 7, 18-20; vol. 3: no. 1, 27-30 (May, October, November, 1930, January, 1931).
Installments of a history of the institution with emphasis on the pioneer founders and early conditions.
Volume 6, 1931

Lee, Olav. St. Olaf College. NORDEN, vol. 2: no. 5, p. 3-5, no. 6, 20-22, no. 7, 18-20; vol. 3: no. 1, 27-30 (May, October, November, 1930, January, 1931).
Installments of a history of the institution with emphasis on the pioneer founders and early conditions.
Volume 6, 1931

Lee, Robert Lloyd. Fever Saga. Minneapolis, 1985, 160 pp.
A fictionalized account of the life of Thrond Helgeson Opdahl (1847-1898), a Norwegian-American pioneer from Valdres.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Legreid, Ann Marie. “Kinship and Crossing: The Role of Family and Community in the Migrations from Inner Hardanger, 1836-1900.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 57-72.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Legwold, Gary. The Last Word on Lefse. Cambridge, Minn., 1992. 168 pp.
“Heartwarming stories - and recipes too!”
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

LEHNER, ERNST AND JOHANNA. How They Saw the New World. New York, 1966. 160 p.
Contains reproductions of scenes and engravings of old maps, including the Vinland map. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Leif Erikson i Duluth. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:220 (October, 1956).
A statue to Leif Erikson is unveiled in Duluth.
Volume 20, 1959

Leif Erikson-bildet i Washington. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:10 (January, 1960).
An account of how there came to be a Leif Erikson portrait in Statuary Hall, Washington, D.C.
Volume 21, 1962

Leif Johan Sverdrup: Started with $60-Is Today World Leader in Engineering. Norwegian American Commerce, November-December, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LEIRACH, PETER. Valdrisen som sloss for kirken. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 : 156 (July, 1958).
A brief sketch of the Norswing (Nordsveen) family from Valdres.
Volume 20, 1959

Leiren, Terje I Marcus Thrane: A Norwegian Radical in America . Northfield, Minnesota, 1987. 167 pp.
Published as volume two in the Biographical Series of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Leiren, Terje I. “Becoming Norwegian: Sigurd Ibsen in America, 1886-1888,” Scandinavian Studies (1996), 68(2): 188-202.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Leiren, Terje I. “Ole and the Reds: The ‘Americanism’ of Seattle Mayor Ole Hanson.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 75-95 (1985).
An analysis of the ideas of Ole Hanson, son of Norwegian immigrants, who served briefly as mayor of Seattle (1918-1919) and won national recognition because of his fight against supposedly “red” labor unions and his strong advocacy of “Americanism.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

LEIREN, TERJE I. American Press Opinion and Norwegian Independence, 1905. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 224- 242 (1977).
A study of the attitude of the American press toward the dissolution of the Norwegian-Swedish dynastic union which lasted from 1814 until 1905.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Leiren, Terje. “Lost Utopia? The Changing Image of America in the Writings of Marcus Thrane.” Scandinavian Studies, 60,4:465-479 (Autumn, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Leiren, Terje. “Marcus Thrane and Dagslyset.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 30-51.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Leiren, Terje. “Propaganda as Entertainment: Marcus Thrane and the Chicago Fire.” Scandinavian Journal of History, 14, 3: 239-244 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LEIRFALL, JON. Hegra before and after the Emigration Era. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 3-17 (1977).
A Norwegian scholar discusses the causes and effects of emigration in his home district. Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Leirfall, Jon. Old Tunes in Norway. Translated by C. A. Clausen. Oslo, 1986. 126 pp. Introduction by Odd S. Lovoll.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Leirvik, Kåre. “Utvandring fra Namdalen til Amerika i 1860-åra.” Årbok for Namdalen, 31: 49-55 (1989).
Emigration from Namdalen in Trøndelag to America in the 1860s.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Leivdal, Nils Tore. “Amerikabrevet,” Gjemnes-Minne (1998), Gjemnes kommune. I: 63-64. The America letter.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Leiv-statuen i Seattle avslørt på Norway Day. Nordisk Tidende, June 28, 1962.
Unveiling of Leif Ericson statue in Seattle.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Leland, Einar. “Helgelendingar i USA,” Årbok for Helgeland (1995), 26:145-154; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

LENROOT, IRVINE LUTHER
Herbert F. Margulis. Senator Lenroot of Wisconsin: A Political Biography, 1900-1929. Columbia, Missouri, and London, 1977. 410 pp.
Biography of a prominent Swedish-American politician.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

LERMKUHL, JOAKIM
Einar Diesen. World’s Largest Watchmaker: Joakim Lehmkuhi of Timex. Norseman, no. 5, p. 109-111 (1967).
Profile of the one-time president and chairman of the board of United States Time Corporation.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Lerner, Max. Veblen and the waste land. NEW FREEMAN, 2:565-566 (February 25, 1931).
More Veblen criticism.
Volume 7, 1933

LERNER, MAX. Veblen, Thorstein Bunde (July 30, 1857-Aug. 3, 1929). Dictionary of American biography, 19:241-244 (1936).
Volume 9, 1936

Letters from America. Gopher Historian, 21:10-13 (Spring, 1967).
The historical value of letters written by immigrants to their relatives and friends in Germany and the Scandinavian countries.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LEVORSEN, BARBARA. Early Years in Dakota. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:158-197 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

LEVORSEN, BARBARA. Our Bread and Meat. Norwegian-American Studies, 22: 178-197 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

LEVORSEN, SELMER. Levor Levorsen (Rueslaaten) og hans slekt. Hallingen, 183:25-30 (June, 1958).
An article about a Norwegian immigrant who came to the United States in 1849, and his descendants.
Volume 20, 1959

Levorson museum. Nybyggermuseum ved Lake Mills, Iowa. Hallingen, September, 1961.
A family museum on the Levorson farm.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

LEWENHAUPT, A. An Official Report on Norwegian and Swedish Immigration, 1870. With a foreword by Theodore C. Blegen. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:46-65 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

LEWIN, RHODA G. Stereotype and Reality in the Jewish Immigrant Experience in Minneapolis. Minnesota History, 46:258-273 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LEXT, GØSTA. Studier rorande svensk emigration till Amerika, 1850-1880. Gothenburg, 1977. 360 pp.
Swedish emigration to America during the years 1850-1880.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Library of Scandinavian Literature Will Include Translations of Best Fiction, Both Classical and Modern. Nordisk Tidende, September 8, 1966.
A co-operative venture between Twayne Publishers, Incorporated, and the American-Scandinavian Foundation.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Lidt nybyggerhistorie; C. S. Martinson tog homestead paa Dane Prairie nær Fergus Falls,
Minnesota, allerede vaaren 1870; hah er nu over 95 aar gammel. (Samlet af den gamle nybyggers datter.) DECORAH-POSTEN, August 7, 1931, p.3.
The story of C. S. Martinson, who took a homestead on Dane Prairie, near Fergus Falls, Minnesota, in 1870.
Volume 7, 1933

LIE, FINN. Fellesreisen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:259-263 (August, 1934).
A trip from Norway to the Century of progress exposition in Chicago and to several Norwegian centers in the United States.
Volume 9, 1936

Lie, Haakon. En sjømanns saga: Andrew Furuseth -- havets Abraham Lincoln. Oslo: Tiden, 1993. 247 pp.; ill. Title trans: A sailor’s saga: Andrew Furuseth -- the Abraham Lincoln of the sea.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

LIEBEL, HELEN P. Thorstein Veblen’s Positive Synthesis. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 124:201-216 (April, 1965).
Discussion of Veblen’s theory of the evolution of economic institutions.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Lien, Abel E. A brief history of the Lien family, Norwegian pioneers of East Koshkonong, Dane County, Wisconsin. Portland, North Dakota, 1930. 71 p.
The Lien family immigrated in 1845 from Hallingdal, Norway. The volume contains portraits and special mention of the first immigrants and of prominent later members, with a genealogical chart.
Volume 6, 1931

Lien, Abel E. A brief history of the Lien family, Norwegian pioneers of East Koshkonong, Dane County, Wisconsin. Portland, North Dakota, 1930. 71 p.
The Lien family immigrated in 1845 from Hallingdal, Norway. The volume contains portraits and special mention of the first immigrants and of prominent later members, with a genealogical chart.
Volume 6, 1931

Lien, Arnstein. “Fra Lia i Sigdal til Prestfoss i Canada.” Under Norefjell, 5, 1; 1-5 (1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Liestman, Daniel. “The Chinese in the Black Hills, 1876-1932.” Journal of the West, 27, 1: 74-83 (January, 1988).
A small but significant number of Chinese were lured by the gold rush in the Black Hills of the Dakota Territory but, because of white resentment against their mining of gold, instead provided services to the miners with laundries and restaurants.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

LIESTØL, ASLAK. Cryptograms in Runic Carvings: A Critical Analysis. Minnesota History, 41:34-42 (Spring, 1968).
---------- Kensingtonstenen atter engang: Runekrig over Atlanteren. Decorah-Posten, March 14, 1968.
Excerpt from author’s article in Verdens Gang criticizing the book, Norse Medieval Crypto grams in Runic Carvings.
---------- Nytt lys over Kensington-steinen. Syn og Segn, vol. 75, no. 6, p. 346-353 (1969).
Review of the Kensington runestone controversy.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LIESTØL, ASLAK. Runer frå bryggen. Bergen, 1964. 56 p.
Runes from the quay; a survey of the latest runic research, including the Kensington stone.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Lille Norge: Puget Island. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:195 (October, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LILLEHEI, C. WALTON
Meredith Ann Wilson. Modern American Vikings. Sons of Norway Viking, 61:51 (March, 1964).
Lillehei’s career in heart surgery.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

LILLEHEI, INGEBREGT LARSEN. Mindernes bok; mit norgesbesøk, samt barndomsminder og senere oplevelser. Minneapolis, Privately printed, December, 1939. 126 p.
Volume 14, 1944

Lind, Jens. “Memories and Autobiography.” The Bridge, 13, 1:26-48(1990).
“A tale of life and people in northeastern Montana in the first several decades of this century.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lindahl, Sharon L. Through Norwegian Eyes: Paintings by Christian Midjo 1880-1973. Ithaca, New York, 1986. [24 pp.]
An exhibition catalog with a biography of an artist from Trondheim, who taught at Cornell University. 17 illustrations.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

LINDAL, W. J. The Saskatchewan Icelanders: A Strand of the Canadian Fabric. Winnipeg, 1955. 363 p.
“This is a thorough study of the impact of the Icelandic immigrants on their environment and vice versa.”
Volume 20, 1959

LINDBÆK, LISE. F. N. Inntryk og oplevelser fra Lake Success og Paris. Oslo, 1949. 191 p.
United Nations; impressions and experiences at Lake Success and Paris.
Volume 17, 1952

Lindberg, Christer, ed. “Foreigners in Action at Wounded Knee.” Nebraska History, 71, 4 (1990) 170-181.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

LINDBERG, DUANE H. Norwegian-American Pastors in Immigrant Fiction, 1870-1920. Norwegian-American Studies, 28:290-308 (1979).
. . . . a study of the minister’s role and background in a selection of twelve Norwegian-American novels.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LINDBERGH, CHARLES A. Boyhood on the Upper Mississippi. St. Paul, 1972. xiii, 50 pp.
Reminiscences of the famous aviator.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

LINDBERGH, CHARLES A.
Leonard Mosley. Lindbergh: A Biography. New York, 1976. xxx, 446 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

LINDBERGH, CHARLES A.
Nancy Eubank. The Lindberghs: Three Generations. Gopher Historian, Spring, 1970.
Charles A. Lindbergh and his forefathers.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

Linde, Lew. Tante Inga and Dr. Linde: memoirs of two extraordinary people. Hastings, Minn.: L. Linde, 1995. 81 pp.; ill. The stories of Inga Augusta Hippe Linde and Herman Linde.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

LINDELIE, A. H. Nogle erindringer og betragtninger. Decorah-posten, January 11-June 28, 1935.
Lindelie was the editor of Afholds-basunen, temperance paper of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Normanden; and the Hillsboro (N. D.) herald. The article is reminiscent in character. Also issued as a separate.
Volume 9, 1936

LINDELIE, A. H. Nordmændenes indsats i Nord Dakota. Skandinaven, April 27, 1937, p. 3, 9.
Norwegians in North Dakota and their contributions.
Volume 10, 1938

LINDGREN, IDA N., ed. Brev från nybyggarhemmet i Kansas 1870-1881. Goteborg, Sweden, 1960. 87 p.
These three hundred letters portray Swedish immigrant life. ed.
---------- Vår resa till Amerika 1870. Dagboksanteckningar.
Stockholm, 1958. 49 p.
Travel account of a journey from Copenhagen to Kansas in 1870.
Volume 21, 1962

LINDGREN, RAYMOND E. “A Divided World” in Minnesota. American-Scandinavian Review, 38:227-233 (September, 1950).
Scandinavian area studies at the University of Minnesota.
Volume 17, 1952

LINDGREN, RAYMOND E. Emigration and Migration: Scandinavian Studies in Demography. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 262-276 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LINDI, ELENITA. Olive Fremstad. American-Scandinavian Review, 48:363-368 (December, 1960).
The story of the struggles and achievements of a Metropolitan Opera star from a beginning in St. Peter, Minnesota, to the final curtain in 1951.
Volume 21, 1962

LINDMARK, STURE. Swedish America, 1914-1932: Studies in Ethnicity with Emphasis on Illinois and Minnesota. Chicago, 1971. 360 pp.
An analysis of forces working for and against the Americanization of Swedish immigrants in the United States during the period 1914-1932.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Lindquist, Emory. “Sweden’s Search for Answers: The Emigration Survey, Then and Now.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 37, 4: 159-173 (October, 1986).
A reflection on the impact of the study authorized by the Swedish Parliament and issued between 1907-1913.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

LINDQUIST, EMORY. An Immigrant’s American Odyssey: A Biography of Ernst Skarstedt. Rock Island, Illinois, 1974. 240 pp.
Biography of a prominent Swedish-American journalist, poet, and historian.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

LINDQUIST, EMORY. An Immigrant’s Two Worlds: A Biography of Hjalmar Edgren. Rock Island, Illinois, 1972. x, 97 pp.
The biography of a famous Swedish linguist who divided his time between his native land and the United States.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

LINDQUIST, EMORY. Bethany in Kansas: The History of a College. Lindsborg, Kansas, 1975. xii, 309 pp.
The history of a well-known Swedish Lutheran college.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Lindquist, Emory. G. N. Malm: A Swedish Immigrant’s Varied Career. Lindsborg, Kansas, 1989. 225 pp.
The story of Gustav Nathanial “Nat” Malm (1868-1928), an early Swedish-American leader in Lindsborg. He was author, artist, entrepreneur and a civic and community leader. Contains essays by Nils Hasselmo, Vernon Holm, and Dorothy Burton Skårdal as well as a short story by Malm translated by Bertil Van Boer.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LINDQUIST, EMORY. Vision for a Valley: Olof Olsson and the Early History of Lindsborg. Rock Island, Illinois, 1970. xiii, 138 p.
The biography of a prominent religious leader who migrated to the United States in 1869 and was largely instrumental in founding the Swedish community in Smoky Valley, Kansas. A translation, Drömmen om en dal, by Henry Bengston, was published in Karlstad, Sweden, in 1970.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Linnevold, Wm. Totningsettlementet i Glenwood Township, Winneshiek County, Iowa, 1853. TOTENLAGETS AARBOK, 1929,p. 39-46.
Account of an Iowa settlement of Norwegians from Toten. Printed also in Decorah-Posten, May
24, 31, 1929.
Volume 5, 1930

Lintelman, Joy K. “Our Serving Sisters’: Swedish-American Domestic Servants and Their Ethnic Community.” Social Science History, 15, 3 (1991) 381-395.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

LISETH, DANIEL. Mannen på Mississippi. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 :285 (November, 1958).
A Norwegian pilot on the Mississippi.
Volume 20, 1959

LISETH, DANIEL. Saga-skriveren Karsten Roedder er vendt hjem. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 92-93 (May, 1969).
Editor and author of the history of Nordisk Tidende returns to Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LISLEGARD, TOLLEF F. Min familie historie. Hallingen, September, 1967.
History of the Helling, Wick, and Kollhus families.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LITELL, JOHN
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: John Litell. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 9, 10-12 (September, 1972).
An article about a prominent engineer and leader in Norwegian-American relations.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

LITELL, JOHN
Loss for Brooklyn . . . Gain for Houston. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 8-11 (July, 1960).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Litterære Samfund. Sekretær Randi Bay’s utførlige 30 års- rapport, Januar 21, 1955. Vinland, January 14, 1965.
The secretary of Det Litterære Samfund, Chicago, gives a report of its activities since its inception in 1925.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Little Cedar Congregation. 1959-1929. Souvenir of the seventieth anniversary celebration of the Little Cedar Congregation, Adams, Minn., November 22-24, 1929. [Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house, 1929] 16 p.
Volume 5, 1930

Little Norway in Pictures; with Supplement Norway Yesterday and Today. Toronto, S. J.Reginald Saunders, [1944]. 124 p.
Camp Little Norway, Canada.
Volume 14, 1944

LJONE, ODDM. Carl Søyland 60 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:92 (May, 1954).
An article about the editor of Nordisk tidende in Brooklyn.
---------- Decorah-postens redaktør 75 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 48:42 (March, 1955).
An article about Einar Lund, editor of Decorah-posten.
---------- Et portrett av en kollega. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46: 112 (June, 1953).
A brief sketch of the activities of Ingvald H. Ulsaker, well-known Norwegian-American editor, who has been connected with a number of Norwegian publications in the Midwest.
---------- Sjøens Abraham Lincoln. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:25- 27 (February, 1954).
“Abraham Lincoln of the Sea,” an article about Andrew Furuseth and his struggles in behalf of seamen.
Volume 19, 1956

LJONE, ODDM. Et halvt århundres Amerika-fart. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:170-173 (July, 1960).
A history of the Norwegian America Line.
---------- Fra pionerenes saga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:54~57 (March, 1960).
The beginnings of the Norwegian-American press.
---------- Kensington-steinen-allikevel? Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:236-238 (October, 1960).
A new argument to be added to Hjalmar R. Holand’s defense of the Kensington stone.
Volume 21, 1962

LJONE, ODDM. Nordmenn i den amerikanske hær og marine. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 45:10 (January, 1952).
Norwegians in the American army and marine corps.
---------- Norske kvinner og menn i det aller første New York. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46:48-50 (March, 1953).
Norwegian women and men in early New York.
Volume 18, 1954 (article)

LJONE, ODDM. Norge over alle grenser. De tok et Norge med seg, 147-177 (Oslo, 1957).
Norwegians in all parts of the world.
Volume 20, 1959

LJONE, ODDMUND. Mine tårerfløt rikelig. Oslo, 1975. 178 pp.
A novel based on the life and letters of a Norwegian immigrant woman from Hallingdal. Her letters, in translation, were published by the NAHA in 1950 under the title Frontier Mother: The Letters of Gro Svendsen.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

LJONES, BJARNE. Druene i Vinland. Syn og segn, vol. 64, no. 8, p. 350-355 (1958).
Another attempt to locate Leif Erikson’s Vinland.
Volume 20, 1959

LJUNGMARK, LARS. "Canada's Campaign for Scandinavian Immigration 1873-1876." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:21-42 (1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Ljungmark, Lars. “Canada: An Alternative for Swedish Emigration to the New World, 1873-1875.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35: 253-266 (July, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Ljungmark, Lars. “On Emigration, Social Mobility, and the Transfer of Capital.” Translated by H. Arnold Barton. The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 3: 155-164 (July, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LJUNGMARK, LARS. For Sale: Minnesota. Gothenburg and Chicago, 1971. 304 pp.
An account of the organized promotion of Scandinavian immigration, especially during the period 1866-1873.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

LJUNGMARK, LARS. Hans Mattsons Minnen: A Swedish-American Monument. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 57-68 (1978).
An analysis of the memoirs of a very prominent Swedish immigrant.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LJUNGMARK, LARS. Hans Mattsons Minnen: A Swedish-American Monument. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 57-68 (1978).
An analysis of the memoirs of a prominent Swedish-American Civil War veteran, editor-publisher, social and political leader.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

LJUNGMARK, LARS. Swedish Exodus, Carbondale, Illinois, 1979. 165 pp.
A translation and revision by Kermit B. Westerberg of the original Swedish edition published in 1965.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

LLOYD, TREVOR. Vilhjalmur Stefansson. American-Scandinavian Review, 51:410-414 (Winter, 1963-64).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

LOCKREM, ANDREW K. The Lockrem Family. Blue Earth, Minnesota, 1950. 61 p.
Volume 17, 1952

Lodoen, Iver Nelson. “Ein utvandra honndøl fortel.” Historisk årsskrift/Hornindal historielag, 5: 62-67 (1989); 6:21-26 (1990)
Lodoen describes his journey to America in 1886 and his life and work in Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LOFGREN, JOHN Z. The American Swedish Institute. Minneapolis, 1979.48 pp.
A booklet with text and pictures about the institute and its mansion in Minneapolis.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

LOFTHUS, DOROTHY. Deerfield Landmark Sold: Started Out as Hauge Church a Century Ago. Capital Times, February 925, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

LOKEN, GULBRAND. From Fjord to Frontier: A History of the Norwegians in Canada. Toronto,
1980. 264 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

LØKEN, ROLF. 125 år; korte trekk av norsk utvandring i nyere tid. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 43:117 (June, 1950).
Norwegian emigration during the last hundred and twenty-five years.
Volume 17, 1952

LOKKE, CARL L. From Minneapolis to the Klondike in 1898. Minnesota History, 29:300-315
December, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

LOKKE, CARL L. From the Klondike to the Kougarok. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 16:161-189 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

LOKKE, L. Klondike Saga: The Chronicle of a Minnesota Gold Mining Company. Minneapolis, 1965. 209 p.
A joint publication of the Norwegian-American Historical Association and the University of Minnesota Press.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

LOMEN, CARL J. Fifty Years in Alaska. New York, 1955. 302 p.
Memoirs of the man who introduced the reindeer industry into Alaska. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review (Summer, 1955).
Volume 19, 1956

Lomen, G. J.] comp. Genealogies of the Lomen (Ringstad), Brandt, and Joys families. Northfield, Minnesota, Mohn printing company, 1929. 361p.
Reviewed in Minnesota history, II:89-90 (March, 1930).
Volume 5, 1930

Lorentzen, Harald. Reisen mot vest: Emigrasjonshistorie fra Nesodden 1850-1950. Nesodden, 1997. Title trans: The journey west: emigration history from Nesodden, 1850-1950.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

LORENTZON, BETSY. An Immigrant’s Inner Conflict. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 137-142 (1978).
The trials and emotions of Lars Erickson who at the age of seventeen left Värmland, Sweden, in 1882 and settled in northern Michigan.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Lossau, Carl S. “Leclaire, Illinois: A Model Industrial Village.” Gateway Heritage: Quarterly Magazine of the Missouri Historical Society, 8, 4: 20-32 (Spring, 1988).
Nelson O. Nelson, born in Stavanger, Norway, was “inspired by the social ideal of the ‘golden rule’ and the economic principle of profit sharing” in creating a model village for employees of his manufacturing company near Edwardsville, Illinois.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Løtveit, Sigurd. “Utvandrarar frå Osterøy til Amerika.” Osterøy i soge og samtid. Sogeskrift for Osterøy, 1989: 64-68.
Emigrants from Osterøy in Hordaland to America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lovelace, Delos W. Rockne of Notre Dame. New York, Putnam, 1931. 242 p.
The story of the late football coach of Notre Dame University.
Volume 6, 1931

Lovelace, Delos W. Rockne of Notre Dame. New York, Putnam, 1931. 242 p.
The story of the late football coach of Notre Dame University.
Volume 6, 1931

Lovoll, Odd S. “A Perspective on the Life of Norwegian America: Norwegian Enclaves in Chicago in the 1920s.” Migranten/The Migrant, 1: 24-37 (1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “A Pioneer Chicago Colony from Voss, Norway: Its Impact on Overseas Migration, 1836-60.” A Century of European Migrations, 182-199.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “For People Who Are Not in a Hurry’: The Danish Thingvalla Line and the Transportation of Scandinavian Emigrants.” Journal of American Ethnic History, 13, 1 (Fall, 1993) 48-67.
Discusses many shipping companies that Scandinavians used to emigrate to North America, concentrating on the Thingvalla Line.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “Gaa Paa: A Scandinavian Voice of Dissent.” Minnesota History, 52, 3: 86-99 (Fall, 1990).
The socialist Norwegian-American editor Emil Mengshoel published radical Scandinavian Socialist newspapers Gaa Paa and Folkets Røst in Minneapolis from 1903-1925.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “Innvandrernes Amerika,” Heimen 3 (1994), 147-155; ill. Title trans.: The immigrants’ America.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “On Being a Norwegian-American in the 1980s.” Scandinavian Review, 73, 4: 80-91 (Winter, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “The rural bond of Norwegians in America,” The Norseman 2 (1994), 16-21; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. “Washington Posten: A Window on a Norwegian-American Urban Community.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 163-186 (1986).
The role of the immigrant press in the Norwegian community of Seattle.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. A Century of Urban Life: The Norwegians in Chicago before 1930. Northfield, Minnesota, 1988. 367 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD S. Decorah-Posten: The Story of an Immigrant Newspaper. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 77-100 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

LOVOLL, ODD S. Det løfterike landet. Oslo, 1983. 230 pp.
"A major contribution to the history of Norwegian emigration and of Norwegians in North
America."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD S. En utvandringsagent pa Ringsaker. Heimen, xviii, 149-156 (1979).
A study of the work of an emigration agent in Ringsaker, Norway.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LOVOLL, ODD S. From Norway to America: A Tradition of Immigration Fades. Contemporary American Immigration. Dennis L. Cuddy, ed. I: 86-107. Boston, 1982.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

LOVOLL, ODD S. Kenneth O. Bjork æresdoktor ved universitetet i Oslo. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 177-179 (1976).
The editor of the publications of the Norwegian-American Historical Association was granted an honorary doctor’s degree by the University of Oslo. This article appears in English in The Norseman, No. 5: 136-138 (1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

LØVOLL, ODD S. North Dakota’s Norwegian-Language Press Views World War I, 1914-1917. North Dakota Quarterly, 39:73-84 (Winter, 1971).
An analysis of the attitude of the papers Fram and Normanden toward the belligerents prior to America’s entry into the war.
---------- The Bygdelag Movement. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:3-26 (1972).
An introductory chapter to a prospective general study of the bygdelag movement among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Lovoll, Odd S. Norwegians on the Land: Address for the Society for the Study of Local and Regional History. Marshall, Minn., 1992. 16 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S. The promise fulfilled: a portrait of Norwegian Americans today. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, in cooperation with the Norwegian- American Historical Association, 1998. 299 pp.; ill. Norwegian edition, Innfridde løfter. Et norskamerikansk samtidsbilde. Asker, Vett & Viten A/S, 1999.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Lovoll, Odd S. The promise of America. A history of the Norwegian-American People. Revised edition. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999. Norwegian edition, Det løfterike landet.. En norskamerikansk historie. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1997.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

LOVOLL, ODD S. The Promise of America. Minneapolis, 1984. 239 pp.
English version of Det løfterike landet.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed Norwegian-American Studies. Vol. 31. Northfield, Minnesota, 1986. 347 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles. The volume contains twelve articles largely devoted to immigrant life in America’s great cities and published “In Honor of C. A. Clausen on His Ninetieth Birthday.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD S., ed. Cultural Pluralism versus Assimilation: The Views of Waldemar Ager. Northfield, Minnesota, 1977. 136 pp.
Contains translations of ten articles by and about the Norwegian-American editor and author. Introduction by Carl H. Chrislock.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD S., ed. Makers of An Immigrant Legacy: Essays in Honor of Kenneth O. Bjork. Northfield, 1980. xvii, 223 pp.
The collection of essays discusses the contributions of well-known Norwegian-American individuals to American life.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Migrasjon og tilpasning. Ingrid Semmingsen. Et minneseminar. Tid og tanke, vol. 3. Oslo, Historisk institutt, 1998. Title trans: Migration and adjustment. Ingrid Semminsen. A memorial seminar.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Nordics in America: The Future of Their Past. Northfield, Minn., 1993. xii, 228 pp.
Proceedings of a symposium at St. Olaf College, November 6-7, 1992, inaugurating the King Olav V Chair in Scandinavian-American Studies.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD S., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 29. Northfield, Minnesota, 1983. 402 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles. "Seven of the twelve essays in the present collection are devoted to the Norwegian background, based on investigation of local communities throughout Norway."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 30. Northfield, Minnesota, 1985. 340 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles. “This volume of Norwegian-American Studies ... makes evident the rich opportunity for scholarly research that Norwegian settlement in the Far West provides; six of the nine articles in the collection are devoted to this topic.” The volume is dedicated to the memory of Peter A. Munch.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 31. Northfield, Minnesota, 1992. 370 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles. The volume contains ten articles and is dedicated to the memory of John R. Jenswold.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Norwegian-American Studies, Vol. 32. Northfield, Minnesota, 1989. 297 pp.
Published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association and dedicated to the memory of Carlton C. Qualey. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Lovoll, Odd S., ed. Scandinavians and Other Immigrants in Urban America. Northfield, Minnesota, 1985. 214 pp.
The proceedings of a research conference at St. Olaf College, October 26-27, 1984.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD SVERRE. A Folk Epic: The Bygdelag in America. Boston, 1975. 326 pp.
The bygdelag were social organizations which brought together people from the same communities in Norway for feasting andreminiscing. They flourished particularly between the years 1910-1940 and played an important role in the social life of the immigrants.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

LOVOLL, ODD SVERRE. The Bygdelag Movement in America. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:364-365 (1972).
This story of the bygdelag movement among Norwegians is completed in the January, 1973, issue.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

LØVOLL, ODD SVERRE. The Norwegian Press in North Dakota. Norwegian-American Studies, 24: 78-101 (1970).
A digest of an unpublished master’s thesis in 1969 at the University of North Dakota, this article discusses the fortunes of the more than fifty Norwegian-American newspapers published in North Dakota between 1878 and 1955.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

LOVOLL, ODDS. Bygda i den nye verda: Dei norsk-amerikanske bygdelaga. Oslo, Norway, 1977. 131 pp.
Based on the author’s A Folk Epic published by the NAHA in 1975.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Lowell, Briant Lindsay. “Regional Patterns in Norwegian Emigration. Sociological Perspectives.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 52-58.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lowell, Briant Lindsay. “Sociological Theories and the Great Emigration.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 53-70 (1989).
“Reviews sociological theories of migration and tests the accuracy of the different hypotheses with statistical methodology, citing several local Norwegian studies of the movement to America.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lowell, Briant Lindsay. Scandinavian Exodus: Demography and Social Development of 19th-Century Rural Communities. Boulder, Colorado, 1987. xxiii, 262 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

LOWENTHAL, DAVID. G. P. Marsh and Scandinavian Studies. Scandinavian Studies, 929:41-52 (May, 1957).
An article about an American scholar who did much to introduce Scandinavian literature to Americans during the generation following 1830.
Volume 20, 1959 (article)

LOWITT, RICHARD, ed. Journal of a Tamed Bureaucrat: Nils A. Olsen and the B A E, 1925-1935.
Ames, Iowa, 1980. viii, 245 pp.
A native of Illinois of Norwegian ancestry, Olsen joined the Bureau of Agricultural Economics in 1923 and in 1928 became its chief.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Ludvig Egstad’s journey to America in 1912
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

LUEBKE, FREDERICK C. Bonds of Loyalty: German Americans and World War I. De Kalb, Illinois, 1974. xvii, 266 pp.
A Volume in the Minorities in American History series.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

LUEBKE, FREDERICK C. Ethnic Group Settlement on the Great Plains. Western Historical Quarterly, 8: 405-430 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Luebke, Frederick C. Germans in the New World: Essays in the History of Immigration. Urbana, Illinois, 1990. 198 pp.
Ten essays, eight of which are reprints of articles published earlier. The ninth, “Turnerism, Social History and the Historiography of European Ethnic Groups in the United States,” and the tenth, “Three Centuries of Germans in America,” are new. One conclusion: “Behaviors and attitudes rooted in German ethnicity remained. Unidentified or submerged, they move silently into the behaviors and attitudes of middle-class America, especially in the states of the Midwest from Ohio west to the Great Plains.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LUEBKE, FREDERICK C. Immigrants and Politics: The Germans of Nebraska, 1880-1900. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1969. viii, 220 p.
Reviewed in the American Historical Review, December, 1970.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

LUEBKE, FREDERICK C., ed. Ethnicity on the Great Plains. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1981. xxxiii, 237 pp.
A series of essays covering experiences of ethnic groups from Saskatchewan to Texas.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

LUMHOLTZ, CARL SOFUS, 1851-1922. Norsk biografisk leksikon, 8: 465-468.
Lumholtz was a distinguished scientist, specializing in anthropology and ethnology.
Volume 11, 1940

Lund, Aslaug Husby. “Prospektkort forteller utvandrerhistorie.” Årbok for Nordmøre, 1989: 94-1 10.
What postcards tell about emigration.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

LUND, DONIVER A. Gustavus Adolphus College: A Centennial History, 1862-1962. St. Peter, Minnesota, 1963. 216 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, December, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

LUND, EINAR
Einar Lund avgaat ved døden. Decorah-Posten, September 19, 1963.
Einar Lund, 88, død i Madison. Nordisk Tidende, September 26, 1963.
Einar Lund er død. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:231 (October, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

LUND, EINAR. Foreningen Symra i Decorah. Norden, 5:7 (May, 1933).
The Symra society was organized in Decorah, Iowa, in 1907, and celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary in 1932.
----------Knut Gjerset. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:13-14 (January, 1933).
Volume 8, 1934

LUND, EINAR. Luther college 75 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 29:315-318 (October, 1930).
Seventy-five years of Luther college, Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 10, 1938

LUND, EINAR. Norsk og amerikansk. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35:274-276 (November, 1942).
A study of Americanization.
Volume 14, 1944

LUND, EINAR. Symra 50 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:217 (September, 1957).
A noted Norwegian-American literary society, Symra, in Decorah, Iowa, celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
---------- Utflytterpressens saga. De tok et Norge med seg, 242- 257 (Oslo, 1957).
The immigrant press.
Volume 20, 1959

LUND, ERIC. The Swedish Pioneer Historical Society’s First Thirty Years. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 235-239 (1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Lund, Hans E. Litt om de første settlere fra Toten i Harmony og omegn, Minnesota. TOTENLAGETS
AARBOK, 1929, p. 46-48.
An account of the first settlers from Toten in and about Harmony, Fillmore County, Minnesota.
Volume 5, 1930

LUNDBERG, OLOF. A Chair for California. American-Scandinavian Review, 38:221-226 (September, 1950).
The establishment of a department of Scandinavian languages and literatures at the University of California, Berkeley.
Volume 17, 1952

LUNDE, EMILY. Uff Da. Grand Forks, North Dakota, 1974. 50 pp.
A humorous Scandinavian pioneer history containing numerous anecdotes and illustrations, plus a pioneer cookbook.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Lunde, May. “Emigration to North America from the Provinces of Troms and Finnmark as Reflected in Three Northern Norwegian Newspapers, 1860-1900. Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 85-100.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Lundeberg, Knut O. Glimt fra mit liv: en utvandrers minnebok, ed. by Øyvind Gulliksen. Kviteseid, Norway, 1992. 107 pp.
Glimpses from My Life: An Emigrant’s Remmiscences, by the pastor who founded the Lutheran Brethren.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

LUNDEGAARD, BOB. Vinland Map Provides No New Proof, ‘U’ Professor Claims. Minneapolis Tribune, November 18, 1966.
Statement by the curator of the James Ford Bell collection of documents on exploration, University of Minnesota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Lundholm, Kjell O., et al. North Scandinavian history, translated by Paul Fisher. Luleå, Sweden: The Authors, 1996. 191 pp.: ill. Includes chapter on emigration to America from Nordkalotten. Lyngblomsten, 1906-1996: 90 years of service and commitment to seniors. [St. Paul, Minn.]: Lyngblomsten [1996]. 42 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Lundquist, G. A. Potential Lutherans in the United States. THE FRIEND, 6: 4-6 (August, 1929).
A statistical survey.
Volume 5, 1930

Lupul, M. R., ed. A Heritage in Transition: Essays in the History of Ukrainians in Canada. Toronto, 1982. viii, 344 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Luren Singing Society. Sangkoret “Luren” i Decorah har fyldt 95 aar. Decorah-Posten, March 28, 1963.
A well-known men’s chorus in Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Luther College gjennem 70 aar. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 45: 6 (May 21, 1931).
Seventy years of Luther College depicted.
Volume 6, 1931

Luther College gjennem 70 aar. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 45: 6 (May 21, 1931).
Seventy years of Luther College depicted.
Volume 6, 1931

Luther college sytti aar. Den ældste norske høiere læreanstalt i Amerika blev grundlagt i 1861.
Jubibæumsdagen er 14de oktober. En omrids af skolens virksomhed. DECORAH-POSTEN, October 9, 1931, p.1, 3.
An historical article published in connection with the seventieth anniversary celebration of Luther college, October 14, 1931.
Volume 7, 1933

Lutheran almanac, 1932. Edited by John Peterson. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Augsburg
publishing house, 1931. 120 p.
Includes "The immigrant boy who became state senator," p. 32-35 (the story of L. O. Thorpe of Willmar, Minnesota), and "Some memories of my father," by J. A. O. Stub, p. 65-72.
Volume 7, 1933

Lutheran Church. County-by-County Church Distribution Study Related to Lutheran Churches. New York, 1956.
A series of pamphlets, collected in one volume, covering all the States in the Union, prepared by the Division of American Missions of the National Lutheran Council on the basis of data gathered by the National Council of Churches.
Volume 20, 1959

Lutheran Churches of the World. Edited by Alfred T. Jørgensen, F. Fleisch, and Abdel Wentz. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house [1929]. 432 p.
This work, published for the executive committee of the Lutheran world convention, includes an account of Norwegian-American Lutheran churches.
Volume 5, 1930

LYCHE, HANS TAMBS
Paul Knaplund. Norsk talsmann for Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57: 119-121 (June, 1964).
Norwegian spokesman for America; a sketch of a Norwegian-born Unitarian clergyman and journalist.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

LYCHE, HANS TAMBS, 1859-98. Norsk biografisk leksikon, 8: 540-542.
Lyche was a Unitarian minister who, after a residence in America, returned to Norway, where he
died.
Volume 11, 1940

LYLE, CORNELIUS. America Discovers Vinland: Scholarly Controversy in the Period 1830-1850. Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, Quarterly, 19: 174-193 (July, 1968).
Traces the gradual acceptance by Americans of the idea of the Viking discovery of America.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Lyneborg, Elisabeth. The Daring Dane: The Dream of Peter Lassen, the Man from Farum. New York, 1988. 122 pp.
A novel based on the life of a Danish immigrant who pioneered in California.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

LYNGBERG, INGEBRIGT. Prestesønnene fra Snåsa. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:150-152 (June, 1960).
Short sketches of Ole Rynning and Bert Muus.
Volume 21, 1962

LYON, BESSIE L. Gunda's coffee pot. Palimpsest, 15:416-425 (October, 1932).
Olaf and Gunda Johnson and their six children emigrated from Christiania, Norway, to Princeton, Illinois, in 1854. In 1865 they removed to Hamilton County, Iowa.
Volume 8, 1934

LYSAGER, RACHEL H. The Stoughton Folk Dancers. Norseman, no. 92, p. 59-60 (1966).
Norwegian folk dancers at the Stoughton, Wisconsin, High School are ambassadors of good will and interpreters of Norwegian culture.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

LYTLE, CLIFFORD M. The Warren Court and Its Critics. Tucson, Arizona, 1968. 233 p.
Organizes criticisms of the court. Reviewed in American Political Science Review, June, 1969, and Midwest Journal of Political Science, May, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

M

M., S. G. Thorstein T. Risteigen. Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag, Aarbok, no. 4, 1932, pt. 2, p. 38-
42.
Volume 8, 1934

MAC HAFFIE, INGEBORG NIELSEN. Danish in Portland, 1882-1982. Tigard, Oregon, 1983. 287 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Mackintosh, Jette. “Ethnic Patterns in Danish Immigrant Agriculture: A Study of Audubon and Shelby Counties, Iowa.” Agricultural History, 64, 4 (1990) 59-77.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Mackintosh, Jette. “Migration and Mobility among Danish Settlers in Southwest Iowa.” Journal of Historical Geography [Great Britain], 17, 2 (1991) 165-189.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

MacLeish, William H. “New England fishermen battle the winter ocean on Georges Bank.” Smithsonian, 16, 2: 105-116 (May, 1985).
Adapted from Oil and Water: The Struggle for Georges Bank (Boston, 1985). Norwegian-American fishermen from New Bedford, Massachusetts, give interviews.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Mader, Gregory A. “An examination of selected ethnic foodways in the Upper Midwest,” M.S. thesis, Geography, South Dakota State University, 1996. 101 pp. Discusses Dutch, Norwegian, and Russian-German cookery.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

Madison, Wisconsin. Bethel Lutheran Church. Seventy-fifth anniversary of Bethel Lutheran Church, 1855-1930. Sunday, October 19, 1930. Madison, 1930. 23 p.
This pamphlet contains the program of the anniversary celebration, portraits of ten pioneers and of pastors and officers of the church, and an historical sketch (p. 9-23) by Henry H. Steensland.
Volume 6, 1931

Madison, Wisconsin. Bethel Lutheran Church. Seventy-fifth anniversary of Bethel Lutheran Church, 1855-1930. Sunday, October 19, 1930. Madison, 1930. 23 p.
This pamphlet contains the program of the anniversary celebration, portraits of ten pioneers and of pastors and officers of the church, and an historical sketch (p. 9-23) by Henry H. Steensland.
Volume 6, 1931

Madland, Hans Andreas. “Norwegian-American Pioneer Pastors and Spouses in the Upper Midwest, 1840-1860.” University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, 1991. 104 pp. MA. thesis.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

MADSON, NORMAN A. Dr. Walther and the Norsemen. Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 15:65-71 (October, 1942)
A discussion of the relation of the Synod of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church of America with Concordia Seminary of the Missouri Synod in St. Louis and a mention of some early instructors and students.
Volume 14, 1944

Magee, Joan. A Scandinavian Heritage: 200 Years of Scandinavian Presence in the Windsor-Detroit Border Region. Toronto, 1985. 128 pp.
Published as volume three in the Dundurn Local History Series.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

MAGELSSEN, KRISTIAN. A reminder of the "good old days." Levang's weekly, February 16, 1933, p. 1, 5.
This portion of a diary of Kristian Magelssen bears the dates January 29 to February 28, 1899, and affords some insight into the daily life of a country pastor in a Norwegian community in Fillmore County, Minnesota.
Volume 8, 1934

MAGELSSEN, SVERRE. Luther og Norge i Amerika. Kirke og Kultur, 72: 353-362 (June, 1967).
Historical sketch of Norwegian Lutherans in America.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MAGNUS, VILHELM, 1871-1929. Norsk biografisk leksikon, 9:11 (1940).
Magnus was born near Arendahl, Fillmore County, Minnesota, became a physician in Norway, and died in Oslo, June 27, 1929.
Volume 12, 1941

MAGNUSON, DR. PAUL B. Ring the Night Bell: The Autobiography of a Surgeon. Boston, 1960. 376 p.
Story of a distinguished surgeon, a native of St. Paul.
Volume 21, 1962

Magnusson, Brian. “Olof Grafström: An Immigrant Artist Portrays the Early Pacific Northwest, 1886-1890.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 37, 2: 42-59 (April, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

MAGNUSSON, GUSTAV A. The House that Proclaimed the Gospel with Type and Press. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 117-128 (1979).
The story of the Augustana Book Concern in Rock Island, Illinois.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MAGNUSSON, MAGNUS, and PALSSON, HERMANN. The Vinland Sagas: The Norse Discovery of America, Grænlendinga Saga and Eirik’s Saga. Baltimore, 1965. 124 p.
Translation from the Icelandic of the two sagas.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Main, Angie Kumlien. Annals of a Wisconsin thresherman. WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY,
II: 301-308 (March, 1928).
The simple story of Ole Christian Olson, 1848-1927, farmer and thresherman.
Volume 5, 1930

MAIN, ANGIE KUMLIEN. Thure Kumlien, Koshkonong Naturalist. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 27:17-39, 194-220, 321-343 (September, December, 1943, March, 1944).
Also issued as a separate, Milwaukee, 1944. 81 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Majkrzak, Katherine. Grand lady Dagny: the life story of a family matriarch. Columbia Heights, Minn.: The Author, 1996. 93 pp.; ill. About Dagny Aslakson of Eddy County, North Dakota.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

MALLACHY, STANLEY. Red Kate O’Hare Comes to Madison: The Politics of Free Speech. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 53:204-222 (Spring, 1970).
Governor John J. Blame and William T. Evjue strike a blow for freedom of speech.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

MALLERY, ARLINGTON H. Lost America: The Story of Iron-Age Civilization prior to Columbus. Columbus, Ohio, 1951. 238 p.
Chapter headings include: The Adventurous Vikings, Stepping Stones to America, Vitramannaland, Refuge of the Celts, New Horizons of the Norse, The Norse Discovery of the Continent, Leif the Lucky and Vinland the Good, Thorvald and Vitramannaland, The First Settlers in Vinland, The Second and Third Vinlands, The Kensington Rune Stone.
Volume 18, 1954

MALMBERG, CARL. America Is Also Scandinavian. New York, 1970. 128 p.
One of a series published by Putnam’s, this
Volume deals with Scandinavians in the United States.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Malmin, C. K. Den første lutherske kirke i Amerika. NORSK UNGDOM, 16:192-193 (December,
1928).
A brief description and history of the famous Muskego church.
Volume 5, 1930

MALMIN, O. G. The Merger of 1917 from the Perspective of Fifty Years. Luther Theological Seminary Review, October, 1967.
Historical sketch of the Norwegian Lutheran church in America.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MALMIN, R. Dr. Ulric Vilhelm Koren. Lutheran herald, 17: 424 425 (May 9, 1933).
A biographical treatment of a churchman prominent in the Norwegian synod of the Lutheran church. See also Rohne, J. M.
Volume 8, 1934

MALMIN, R. H. A. Preus. Lutheran Herald, 26:1398-1400 (December 29, 1942).
A biography of a pioneer Lutheran pastor.
Volume 14, 1944

MAMEN, H. CHR. "Misjon og emigrasjon. Tema belyst ved historien om norsk utvandring til Amerika," in Misjonskall og forskerglede (Oslo, 1975), 138-152.
A study of the Norwegian Missionary Society's influence in motivating Norwegian pastors to minister to Norwegian immigrants in America.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

MAMEN, H. CHR. Viser om emigrasjonen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:242-243 (December, 1967).
Short review of Norwegian Emigrant Songs and Ballads by Theodore C. Blegen and Martin B. Ruud.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MAMEN, HANS CH. Presteutveksling Norge-U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:118 (May, 1961).
An exchange program of Lutheran pastors.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Mamen, Hans Christian. “Fra Vestfold til Vesterheimen i litt om Amerika-emigrasjonen fra Jarlsberg og Larvik Amt.” Vestfoldminne, 1987, 24-31.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Mandel, David. Settlers of Dane County. The Photographs of Andreas Larsen Dahl. Introduction by John O. Holzhueter, foreword by George Talbot. Dane county, Wisconsin, 1985. 84 pp.
Andreas Dahl emigrated to America in 1869 and supported himself as an itinerant photographer, especially of Norwegian-American subjects.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

MANNING, FLORENCE M. Carl G. Barth, 1860-1939; a Sketch. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18:114-132 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

MANNSÅKER, JØRUND. Emigrasjon og dikting: Utvandringa til Nord-Amerika i skjønlitteratur. Oslo, 1971. 358 pp.
Norwegian migration to America as reflected in Norwegian literature.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

MAPLE GROVE TOWNSHIP, DALLAS, WISCONSIN. NY SCANDINAVIA CHURCH. Ny Scandinavia Church, Maple Grove Township, Dallas, Wisconsin, 1875-1945, October 28-29-30, 1945. 1945. 12 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Marcus Thrane in Christiania: Unpublished Letters from 1850-51. Translated and edited by Waldemar Westergaard. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:143-157 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

MARMOI, MARIO BARRACO. They Came, They Saw, They Left. Americas, 19: 14-21 (September, 1967).
A derisive account of the much-vaunted Viking “discovery” of America.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Marr, Carolyn J. “Anders Beer Wilse,” Columbia (1994), 8(2): 24-29.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

MARSHALL, EDISON. West with the Vikings. New York, 1962. 444 p.
A novel whose main character is Leif Ericson. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, June, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Martin, Philip. “Hoppwaltzes and Homebrew: Traditional Norwegian American Music from Wisconsin,” in James Leary, ed., Wisconsin Folklore. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Martin, Philip. “Rosemaling in the Upper Midwest.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 86, 8: 6-9, 37 (August, 1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Martin, Philip. Farmhouse fiddlers: music and dance traditions in the rural Midwest. Mount Horeb, Wis.: Midwest Traditions, 1994. 128 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Martin, Philip. Rosemaling of the Upper Midwest: A Story of Region & Revival. Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, 1989. 94 pp.
The curator of the Wisconsin Folk Museum in Mount Horeb has “focused on key aspects of rosemaling as practiced in this country.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Marvick Family History, 1400s-1993. Minneapolis, 1993. vi, 350 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

MARZIO, PETER C., ed. A Nation of Nations. New York, 1976. xviii, 670 pp.
Illustrations and text celebrate the role of immigrants in the building of America.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

MARZOLF, MARION. The Danish-Language Press in America. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 274-289 (1979).
“Despite their [comparatively small] numbers the Danes had a vigorous immigrant press and started nearly a hundred publications in their language in America
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MARZOLF, MARION. The Danish-Language Press in America. The Bridge, 4: 20-30 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MARZOLF, MARION. The Pioneer Danish Press in Midwest America, 1870-1900. Scandinavian Studies, 48: 426-440 (1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

MASON, ALPHEUS THOMAS. Understanding the Warren Court: Judicial Self-Restraint and Judicial Duty. Political Science Quarterly, 81:523-563 (December, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MATERIALS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES RELATING TO THE SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:163-170 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

MATHESON, DEL. Reunion: East of the Sun. Eugene, Oregon, 1978. xviii, 313 pp.
A family history dealing mainly with the Steiro and Bakken families from Alsta in northern Norway.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

MATHISEN, ANGELA R. A Perfect Partnership. The Norseman, No. 1: 15-18 (1977).
“Seventy years ago Norwegian-born Ole Evinrude developed the first practical outboard motor.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

MATHISEN, ANGELA R. Old World Wisconsin. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 70: 7-8 (1977).
An article about the projected outdoor ethnic museum west of Milwaukee.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Matteson, Edith. “Danish Mormons in Nebraska.” The Bridge, 13, 2: 44-57 (1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Matteson, Jean M. and Edith M. Matteson. Blossoms of the Prairie: The History of the Danish Lutheran Churches in Nebraska. Introduction by Donald K. Watkins. Editor, part II, Otto G. Hoiberg. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1988. 247 pp.
“Comprehensive history of Danish Lutherans in Nebraska in the context of the settlement of the Great Plains.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

MATTILA, WALTER. Finns and Finnicans: An Oregon Finntown Novel. Portland, Oregon, 1972.
A novelized account of the Finnish Americans in Astoria, Oregon.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Mauk, David C. “Going on Land: Maritime Influences on the Development of the Norwegian Colony in Brooklyn to 1940.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 145-161.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Mauk, David C. “Going on Land: The Irregular Emigration of Norwegian Merchant Seamen to Brooklyn, New York.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 59-74.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Mauk, David C. “Saving Seamen in Babylon: The First Norwegian Institutions in Brooklyn.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 110-128.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Mauk, David C. “Scandinavians,” in Elliott R. Barkan, ed., A Nation of Peoples: A Sourcebook on America’s Multicultural Heritage. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1999.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Mauk, David C. “The Colony That Rose from the Sea: The Norwegians in the Red Hook Section of Brooklyn, 1850-1910.” New York University, 1991. 628 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Mauk, David C. The colony that rose from the sea: Norwegian maritime migration and community in Brooklyn,1850-1910. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association; Urbana, Ill.: Distributed by the University of Illinois Press, 1997. 272 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Mauk, David. “Mobilization and Conflict: The Background and Social History of the Norwegian Colony in Brooklyn to 1910.” William Pencak, Selma Berrol, and Randall M. Miller, eds. Immigration to New York. Philadelphia, 1991, 86-108.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

MAWE, CARL-ERIK. "Svenskkolonier i Alaska." Bryggan, 13,2:51-56 (1981).
This article concerning Swedish settlements in Alaska is continued in the following issue of Bryggan, 13,3:73-80 (1981).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

MAY, O. MARSHALL
Bent Vanberg. International President O. Marshall May. Sons of Norway Viking, 78: 12-13 (January, 1981).
Marshall May is the International President of the Sons of Norway lodges.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Mayer, George H, The Political Career of Floyd B. Olson. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1987. 329 pp.
A Minnesota politician who forged Minnesota’s successful Farmer-Labor coalition during the 1920s and became the state’s governor from 1931 to 1936. First issued in 1951, this edition has an introduction by Russell W. Fridley.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

MAYER, GEORGE H. The Political Career of Floyd B. Olson. Minneapolis, 1951. 329 p.
A biography of Floyd Bjørnstjerne Olson, former governor of Minnesota.
Volume 17, 1952

MCCALLUM, JOHN B. Everest Diary. New York, 1966. 213 p.
Diary of Lute Jerstad, who conquered the world’s highest peak in May, 1963.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

MCCORMICK, R. ALLEN, ed. Germans in America: Aspects of German-American Relations in the Nineteenth Century. New York, 1983. 203 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

McCree, Barbro Persson. “John P. Sjolander, Cedar Bayou, Texas.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36: 239-250 (October, 1985).
Sjolander (1851-1939) emigrated in 1871 from Hudiksvall, Sweden, to Texas, where he gained fame as a poet, primarily in the English language.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

McCree, Barbro Persson. John Sjolander: The Poet of Cedar Bayou. Austin, Texas, 1987. xi, 185 pp.
A biography and anthology of the poetry of John Sjolander (1851-1939), who came to Texas from Sweden in 1871 and worked as a truck gardener while writing poetry.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

McDonald, Julie Jensen. Nils Discovers America: Adventures with Erik. Illustrated by Norma Wangsness. Iowa City, Iowa, 1990. 94 pp.
A children’s book in which the nisse Nils and young Erik together visit Vesterheim in Decorah, Iowa, Disney World, the Chapel in the Hills at Rapid City, South Dakota, the Norsk Høstfest in Minot, North Dakota, and Little Norway at Blue Mounds, Wisconsin.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

MCGOULDRICK, PAUL F. and TANNEN, MICHAEL B. Did American Manufacturers Discriminate against Immigrants before 1914? Journal of Economic History, 37:723-746 (September, 1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

McGRATH, JOHN S., and DELMONT, J. J. Floyd Bjornstjerne Olson, Minnesota's greatest liberal governor. [St. Paul, McGrath and Delmont, 1937.] 333 p.
Volume 10, 1938

MCINTOSH, HUGH E. How the Swedes Came to Paxton. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 35-52 (1979).
The formation of a Swedish settlement in an Illinois prairie community.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MCKNIGIIT, ROGER. Moberg’s Emigrant Novels and the Journals of Andrew Peterson: A Study of Influences and Parallels. New York, 1979. 235 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

McNab, Nora Stangland. The Beckoning. Minot, North Dakota, 1989. 261 pp.
An historical novel about Andreas Stangeland who emigrated on the Restauration in 1825.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

McQuillan, Aidan. Prevailing Over Time: Ethnic Adjustment on the Kansas Prairies, 1875-1925. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1990. xix, 292 pp.
This comparative study of rural immigrant groups in one region includes Swedes, Mennonites, and French Canadians.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

McReynolds, Patricia Justiniani. Almost Americans: a quest for dignity. n.p.: Red Crane Books, 1997. 264 pp. A California memoir by the only child of immigrant parents: a Filipino father and a Norwegian mother.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

MEAD, HOWARD. Little Norway: Valley of the Elves. Wisconsin Tales and Trails, 7:3-6 (Spring, 1966).
History and description of a folk museum near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MEHUS, O. M. Lat oss inkje forfedrane gløyma. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:53 (March, 1957).
Hallinglaget celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 20, 1959

MEHUS, O. MYKING
Viking Profile: Dr. O. Myking Mehus. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:213 (September, 1966).
Concerns the dean of student work at the School of the Ozarks.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

MEHUS, O. MYKING. Forum. Minnesota Posten, November 17, 1966.
A letter by Mehus containing reminiscences of Augsburg College fifty years ago.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MEHUS, O. MYKING. To gamle Amerikabreve. Hallingen, 159:9-15; 160: 28 (June, July, 1952).
Dates of these America letters are 1882 and 1886.
Volume 18, 1954

MELAND, R. J. Knute Anderson Brekke. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1934, 51-55.
The subject of this article was for a long time resident of Faribault County, Minnesota, but removed to Tennessee in 1896. He died in 1899.
Volume 9, 1936

MELLBY, C. A. A Brief History of St. John's Lutheran Church, Northfield, Minnesota, on the Occasion of the Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1869-1944. 1944. 40 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Mellby, C. A. A champion of tradition and order. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:780, 797 (June, 1930).
The champion of tradition and order is Pastor J. W. K. Dietrichson, pioneer Norwegian Lutheran preacher who came to America in 1844 and served in the Muskego settlement until 1850, when he returned to Norway.
Volume 6, 1931

Mellby, C. A. A champion of tradition and order. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:780, 797 (June, 1930).
The champion of tradition and order is Pastor J. W. K. Dietrichson, pioneer Norwegian Lutheran preacher who came to America in 1844 and served in the Muskego settlement until 1850, when he returned to Norway.
Volume 6, 1931

MELLBY, C. A. St. Olaf college sixtieth anniversary. Lutheran herald, 18:525-527, 529 (June 5, 1934).
Volume 8, 1934

Mellby, C.A. A pioneer of our church. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:453, 478 (April 1, 1930).
An account of the career of Elling Eielsen.
Volume 6, 1931

Mellby, C.A. A pioneer of our church. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 14:453, 478 (April 1, 1930).
An account of the career of Elling Eielsen.
Volume 6, 1931

MELLBY, C.A. Lars W. Boe, Educator and Legislator. Annals of Iowa, 2:242-245 (January, 1943).
Volume 14, 1944

MELLOCH, ARDITH. Life in Early New Sweden, Iowa. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 32: 124-146 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Meltvik, Olav. “Amerikabrevet.” Osteroy i soge og samtid: sogeskrift for Osterøy, 1989: 60-63.
Ivar Anderson writes to Ole Askildson.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Memorials. To merkesager for norsk-amerikanere. Decorah-Posten, August 22, 1963.
Editorial promoting a Leif Ericson day and a Snowshoe Thompson stamp.
Methodist Church. Et metodisternes mindesmerke paa Washington Prairie. Decorah-Posten, May 18, 1961.
A Norwegian Methodist church in Iowa.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Memories published in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the coming of the first settlers
and the 70th anniversary of the Le Sueur River Evangelical Lutheran congregation, June 27 and 28, 1931, New Richland, Minnesota. (Rev. J. C. Walledom, pastor.) [1931] (32) p.
A number of portraits accompany the text and there is a list of early settlers of the period 1856-61.
Volume 7, 1933

Menn som var med og bygget Minnesota.” Translated into Norwegian by Jostein Molde. Årsskrift for Lesja historielag, 1989: 68-71.
The article first appeared in the Granite Falls (Minnesota) News, June 10, 1927. Ole L. Enstad and his wife Guro from Lesjaskog, Gudbrandsdalen, Norway, settled in Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

MESARIK, BERIT. Norge in Virginia. The Norseman, No. 3:66-69 (1979).
The story of a Norwegian enclave in the state of Virginia.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Metcalf, Michael F. “Letters from the Delaware, I: The Rev. Erick Bjorck, March 22, 1698.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 39, 1: 195-214 (January, 1988).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Metodist presten Ole P. Petersen. Decorah-Posten, March 16, 1967.
Sketch of Methodism among Norwegian Americans.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MEYER, CARL S. Lutheran Immigrant Churches Face the Problems of the Frontier. Church History, 29:440-462 (December, 1960).
The ethnic and religious significance of the Lutheran immigrants on the American frontier.
Volume 21, 1962

MEYER, ROY W. The Middle-Western Farm Novel in the Twentieth Century. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1965. 265 p.
Ole Edvart Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth is one of the novels considered. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

MEYER, ROY W. The Scandinavian Immigrant in American Farm Fiction. American-Scandinavian Review, 47:243-249 (September, 1959).
A survey of the last fifty years in fiction writing relating to the influence of the Scandinavian immigrant.
Volume 21, 1962

Midboe Family History. Hatton, North Dakota, 1969. 64 p.
The family of Torger O. and Sigrid Midbo, immigrants from Telemark, Norway, in 1859.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Midboen Family Tree. N.p., n.d. 40 p.
Manuscript in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

MIDTLIEN, J. N. En jul i Coon Valley gamle prestegård. Nordisk Tidende, December 20, 1962.
Christmas, 1903, when Halvard Roalkvam was pastor in Coon Valley.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

MIDTTUN, OLAV. Janson, Kristofer Nagel, 1841-1917. Norsk biografisk leksikon, 6:593-598 (1934).
Janson is here designated as "diktar og forkynnar," author and expounder.
Volume 9, 1936

MIDTTUN, OLAV. Kristofer Janson. Syn og segn (Oslo), 47:193-206 (1941).
A discussion of Janson's standing in literature and theology.
Volume 12, 1941

MILLER, A. H. Ethnicity and Political Behavior: A Review of Theories and an Attempt at Reformation. Western Political Quarterly, 24:483-500 (September, 1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Miller, Deborah L. “Minneapolis Picture Album, 1870-1935: Images of Norwegians in the City.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 131-162 (1986).
Thirty-one illustrations.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Miller, Karen. Many Danes, some Norwegians: Karen Miller’s diary, 1894. Translated by Ninna Engskow, edited by John W. Nielsen. Blair, Neb.: Lur Publications, Danish Immigrant Archives, Dana College, 1997. 173 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

MILLER, KENNETH E. Louis Pio and Danish Settlements in America. American-Scandinavian Review, 59:278-85 (September, 1971).
An account of the Danish socialist leader’s attempt to found settlements in the American West during the 1870s.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

MILLER, RANDALL M. AND MARZIK, THOMAS D., eds. Immigrants and Religion in Urban America. Philadelphia, 1977. xxii, 170 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Miller, Randall M., ed. Germans in America: Retrospect and Prospect. Philadelphia, 1984. 132 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

MILLER, SALLY M. The Radical Immigrant. Boston, 1974. 212 pp.
A study of the impact on American life of radical immigrants, especially during their period of greatest activity, 1820-1920. A
Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series published by Twayne, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Miller, Sally M., ed, The Ethnic Press in the United States, New York, 1987, 459 pp.
Twenty-seven ethnic presses are described: included are “The Norwegian-American Press” by Arlow W. Andersen; “The Swedish Press” by Ulf A, Beijbom; “The Finnish Press” by William Hoglund; and “The Danish Press” by Marion Tuttle Marzolf.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

MIMS, EDWIN, JR. American History and Immigration. Bronxville, New York, 1950. 59 p.
The concluding part is an appraisal of Theodore C. Blegen’s Norwegian Migration to America.
Volume 18, 1954

Minder fra nybyggertiden. DECORAH-POSTEN, March 15-June 14, 1929. A series, containing "'Little Norway' i Amerika, et slegtens mindested ved Mount Horeb, Wisconsin," March 15; an account by Onon Bjørnson Dale of Wisconsin pioneering and California gold digging, March 22, 29, April 5, 12; Johan Storseth, "En pioner ved Puget Sound," April 19, 26; Mrs. Elsie Wilson, "Nybyggerdage i Minnesota" [Rock Prairie to Fillmore County in 1855], May 3; H. O. Knutson, "Pionerdage i Redwood County, Minnesota," May 10; Mrs. H. T. Hoven, "Pionerdage i Goodhue County, Minnesota," May 17; Wm. Linnevold, "Totnings-settlementet i Winneshiek County, Iowa," May 24, 31; Wm. Linnevold, "Fra det ældste norske settlement paa Washington Prairie," June 7, 14; Wm. Linnevold, "Om Company E, 38th Iowa Infantry Volunteers" (based on diary and reminiscences of George M. A. Linnevold), June 21, 28, July 5, 1929.
Volume 5, 1930

MINNEAPOLIS LUTHERAN TRINITY CHURCH. The Lutheran Trinity Congregation, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1868-1943; a Historical Sketch Prepared for Its Seventy-fifth Anniversary, April 4 to 11, 1943. Edited by Andreas Helland. Minneapolis, 1943. 80 p.
Volume 14, 1944

MINNEAPOLIS. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Diamond Anniversary, Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. Minneapolis, 1944. 92 p.
Volume 15, 1949

MINNEAPOLIS. OUR SAVIOUR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Diamond Jubilee, 1869-1944. Minneapolis, 1944. 16 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Minnesota Left Erikson monument association. Minnesota Leif Erikson monument association. [n.p.,
1933]. 16 p.
The story of Leif Erikson; the purpose and bylaws of the association.
Volume 9, 1936

MINNESOTA
June D. Holmquist. Swedeland, U.S.A. Gopher Historian, 13:19 (Spring, 1959).
Volume 22, 1965 (history of community)

MINNESOTA. LEGISLATURE. SENATE. In memoriam Governor Floyd Olson. [St. Paul, 1937.] 13 p.
Issued in connection with the memorial services held on March 18, 1937.
Volume 10, 1938

Mission of Mercy . . . Women of Action. Park Ridge, Illinois, 1985. 39 pp.
A brief history of the deaconess movement in Chicago and the Norwegian Lutheran Deaconess Society of Chicago established in 1896.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

MITCHELL, P. M. Skandinaviske studier i de Forenede Stater. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst
och industri,
24:254-260 (1948).
Scandinavian studies in American institutions.
Volume 16 1950

Mitchell, W. C. Thorstein Veblen, 1857-1929. NEW REPUBLIC, 60: 66-68 (September 4, 1929).
Volume 5, 1930

Miyamoto, S. F. Social Solidarity among the Japanese of Seattle. Seattle, 1984. xxiv, 74 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Mjøsenlaget. Mjøsenlagets aarbog og julehilsen, 1929. Redigeret af Past. Olav A. Kvisgaard. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Trykt i Reforms trykkeri, 1927. 147 p.
This is a yearbook of Mjøsenlaget containing news, anecdotes, and a list of members.
Volume 6, 1931

Mjøsenlaget. Mjøsenlagets aarbog og julehilsen, 1929. Redigeret af Past. Olav A. Kvisgaard. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Trykt i Reforms trykkeri, 1927. 147 p.
This is a yearbook of Mjøsenlaget containing news, anecdotes, and a list of members.
Volume 6, 1931

Mjøsenlaget. Mjøsenlagets aarbog, 1928-1929. Olay A. Kvisgaard, ed. Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company, n. d. 143 p.
A year book. Contains biographical sketches of prominent members.
Volume 5, 1930

MOBERG, VILHELM. The Last Letter Home. New York, 1961. 383 p.
Last
Volume of a trilogy about the Swedish settlement in Chisago County, Minnesota. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Moberg, Vilhelm. The Unknown Swedes: A Book About Swedes and America, Past and Present. Translated and edited by Roger McKnight. Foreword by H. Arnold Barton. Carbondale, Illinois, 1988. 182 pp.
Nine essays based on newspaper articles written by Moberg in the 1950s about the descendants of Swedish pioneers whom Moberg met in the course of his research.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

MOBERG, VLLHELM. Nybyggarna. Stockholm, Sweden, 1956. 627 p.
The third volume in Moberg’s famous saga about Swedish immigrants. It takes the story up to “the great day when the territory became a state [Minnesota] and the settlers became American citizens.” A fourth and final volume is planned.
Volume 20, 1959

MODERN VIKINGS IN NEW JERSEY. Christian Science Monitor, magazine section, February 4, 1950.
Volume 16 1950

MODUM-EIKER LAGET. Aarbog for Modum-Eiker laget, n.p., 1933. 92 p.
This is the first yearbook of the Modum-Eiker lag. The organization was formed at the Norse-American centennial in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1925. Ragna Christiansen writes the foreword to the volume, which contains a history of the lag, some narrative material, and a biographical section. There are portraits and illustrations.
Volume 8, 1934

MOE, FINN. Paa eterens vinger til nordmenn verden over; norsk rikskringkastning i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35:180-184 (July, 1942).
An account of Norwegian government radio broadcasting, originating in the United States, to Norwegians wherever they are located.
Volume 13, 1943

MOE, JON. Akamai-Sagaen om den norske utvandringen til Hawaii. Oslo, 1975.
A historical novel dealing with Norwegian migration to Hawaii.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Moe, Jon. Kari: ei utvandrarsoge. Sand: Ryfylkemuseet, 1994. 149 pp.; ill. The story of Kari Hjorteland Anderson. Title trans.: Kari: an emigrant saga.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

MOEN, ESTEN. A Story of the Old Town. Fosston, Minnesota, 1944. 40 p.
Third edition. Fosston was a Norwegian settlement.
Volume 15, 1949

Moen, Ole O. “Enduring Foundations: A Comparison of the Norwegian and the American Constitutions.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 163-171.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Moen, Per. “Norsk språk i USA idag - fins det?” The Norseman, 28, 1: N-6 (January, 1988).
Article on Norwegian language in the United States today, based on interviews in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

MOEN, ROBERT ASHTON. The Sailing of Leif the Lucky and Other Poems. New York, 1965. 64 p.
Deals with ships, sea, nature, and the Norwegian heritage. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

MOHBERG, NORA FLADEBOE. A Home for Agate. Grafton, North Dakota, 1966. 135 p.
Reminiscences of the Ole O. and Agatha Fladeboe family.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Mohl, Raymond A. and Neil Betten. Steel City: Urban and Ethnic Patterns in Gary, Indiana, 1906-1950. New York, 1986. 227 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

MOKSNES, NILS. Reinsdyravlen i Alaska. Ymer, 161-188 (1948).
“Lomen Reinkompani” (Lomen Reindeer Company) is on pages 176-179. This material has also been issued as a separate.
Volume 18, 1954

Molde, Jostein and Arnfinn Kjelland. “Lesjinger i Amerika. Om planene for bok om emigrantene fra Lesja og Dovre.” Årsskrift for Lesja historielag, 1989: 58-67.
People from Lesja in Oppland in the U.S. and plans for a book about emigrants from Lesja and Dovre.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Molde, Jostein, ed. “Glimt fra baptistpresten Rafael M. Halseths liv og virke.” Verdal historielags skrifter, 1989, I, 16: 144-149.
The life and work of Baptist minister R.M. Halseth.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Molde, Jostein, ed. En annotert bibliografi over litteratur om norsk utvandring 1975-1998. Oslo: NAHA-Norway and the Norwegian Emigrant Museum, 1999. 73 pp. An annotated bibliography of literature about Norwegian emigration published 1975-1998.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Molde, Jostein. “Den første utvandrer fra Verdal?” Verdal historielags skrifter, 1989, I,16: 122-127.
Discusses Ole Jacobsen Jermstad and his brother Johannes Jermstad.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Molde, Jostein. “Verdalmg innblandet i henging i Wisconsin.” Verdal historielags skrifter, 1990, I, 17: 162-173.
Tells of Mikal Johannesen Snausen (Charles Johnson) from Verdal, Nord-Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Møller, Arvid. Den ukjente krigen. Oslo, 1990. 123 pp.
The unknown war. In memory of Norwegian-American soldiers in the Pacific of World War II.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

MØLLER, ARVID. Høvding Herman. Fortellingen om Herman Smith-Johannsen. Oslo, 1980. 150 pp.
Norwegian pioneer in skiing in the United States and Canada.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

MØLLER, ARVID. Lina på prærien. Oslo, 1979. 117 pp.
The memoirs of a Norwegian immigrant woman as related to a Norwegian journalist.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

MOLSATHER, LAWRENCE. Memory Lane: The Skaro Story. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:77 (March, 1969).
The story of Asgrim K. Skaro, a Civil War soldier.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

MOLTKE, ERIK. The Ghost of the Kensington Stone. Translated by Erik Wahlgren. Scandinavian Studies, 25:1-14 (February, 1953).
The author believes the stone to be a hoax.
Volume 18, 1954

MOLTMANN, GÜNTER, ed. Germans to America: 300 Years of Immigration, 1683-1983. Stuttgart,
1982. 192 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

MONDALE, WALTER F.
Bent Vanberg. Norseman U.S. Vice President. The Norseman, No. 6: 163-165 (1976).
“Rapid career of Walter F. Mondale.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

MONDOVI, WISCONSIN
Thompson Valley Lutheran Church Centennial, 1866-1966. 26 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

MONGÉ, ALF AND LANDSVERK, O. G. Norse Medieval Cryptography in Runic Carvings. Glendale, California, 1967. 224 p.
Attempts to prove through calendrical cryptograms that Norwegians explored in Minnesota and Oklahoma from the eleventh to the fourteenth century. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

MONSON, A. M. Monson-familien. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1934, 36-43.
A genealogical treatment of the Monson family, which came to Redwood County, Minnesota, in 1879.
Volume 9, 1936

MONSON, CHRISTIE. Erick Slen Ellefson. n.p., 1946. 14 p.
Biography of an immigrant of 1846, a resident of California, Iowa, and Minnesota.
---------- Hvorledes en sogne-bygd i midtre Iowa ble til. Jul i vesterheimen, 1947, p. 53-55.
Immigrants from Sogn, Norway, founded this settlement near Stan hope and Webster City, Iowa, in 1869.
Volume 16 1950

MONSON, CHRISTIE. The Thor Hermanson Family. Petersburg, North Dakota, 1950. 33 p.
Volume 17, 1952

MOORE, DEBORAH. B'nai B'rith and the Challenge of Ethnic Leadership. Albany, New York, 1981.
xvi, 288 pp.
"B'nai B'rith is the oldest secular Jewish organization in the United States and as such is as diverse as American Jewry itself."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Moore, Mrs. Ole. En Amerikareise med seilskude fra Norge til Quebec og hvad der videre
hændte. DECORAH-POSTEN, December 11, 1931, p.3.
A journey in a sailing vessel from Oslo in 1867, and pioneer experiences in the new land. The family finally settled in Anoka County, Minnesota.
Volume 7, 1933

MØRCK, GEORGE HJALMAR. My American Roots. 3rd edition.Oslo, 1983. 113 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

MØRCK, GEORGE HJALMAR. My American Roots. Oslo, 1980. 76 pp.
A translation of part of the author’s book Slekt skal følge slekters gang, 1980.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

MORGAN, MURRAY. One Man’s Gold Rush: A Klondike Album. Seattle, 1967. 213 p.
Includes photographs by E. A. Hegg, a Swedish-born Wisconsinite who pursued the gold diggers with a camera in the 1890’s. Reviewed in the New Yorker, August 19, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

MORGAN, NINA HERMANNA. Prairie Star. New York, 1955. 189 p.
The adventures and emotions of a Norwegian boy who was transplanted to North Dakota during pioneer days.
Volume 19, 1956

MORGENSTIERNE, WILHELM
Wilhelm Morgenstierne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:206 (August-September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

MORGENSTIERNE, WILHELM. Et større Norge; fra Nordmanns-Forbundets arbeidsmark, artikler og
taler.
Oslo, H. Aschehoug and co., 1932. 120p.
This book, "A greater Norway," is a collection of articles and speeches that have appeared in Nordmanns-Forbundet during the years 1914 to 1932. The author is the present minister of Norway to the United States. Kristian Prestgard wrote the introduction.
Volume 8, 1934

MORGENSTIERNE, WILHELM. Kan fedrearven bevares? De tok et Norge med seg, 290-296 (Oslo, 1957).
Can our cultural heritage be preserved on foreign soil?
Volume 20, 1959

MORGRIDGE, BARBARA GORDON, ed. and tr. The Cultural Life of Modern America. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1969. 166 p.
A translation of Knut Hamsun’s controversial Fra det moderne Amerikas aandsliv (Copenhagen, 1889).
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Mormino, Gary Ross. Immigrants on the Hill: Italian-Americans in St. Louis, 1882-1982 Urbana, Illinois, 1986. xi, 289 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Mørner, Magnus. “The Swedish Migrants to Texas.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 38, 2: 49-74 (April, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

MORRIS, MINNESOTA. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sixty-fifth Anniversary and Debt Liquidation Festival, First Lutheran Church, Morris, Minn., November 26, 1944. 1944. 35 p.
Volume 15, 1949

MORRIS, RICHARD B., and WOODRESS, JAMES, ed. The Westward Movement: 1832-1889. St. Louis, 1961. 58 p.
One of the series, Voices from America’s Past. It includes a description of homesteading by O. E. Rølvaag. Reviewed in Minnesota History, December, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

MORROW, PATRICK D. Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth as Tragedy. North Dakota Quarterly, Autumn, 1980, 83-90.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MORSTAD, A. E. Erik Morstad’s Missionary Work among Wisconsin Indians. Norwegian-American Studies, 27:111-150 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Mortensen, Enok. Den lange plovfure. Copenhagen, 1984. 232 pp.
“In the postscript to his novel, The Long Plow-furrow, Enok Mortensen notes that it is a fictional book portraying the Danish pioneer minister’s role and significance in the great immigration of the nineteenth century.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

MORTENSEN, ENOK. Seventy-five Years at Danebod. Tyler, Minnesota, 1961. 103 p.
A Danish settlement in Minnesota. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

MORTENSEN, GERDA
Gerda Mortensen gall bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:16- 17 (1975).
“The Grand Old Lady of Augsburg College” has passed away. A brief account of her energetic work in behalf of Norwegian culture in America - especially in connection with Nordmanns-Forbundet.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

MORTENSEN, JAN. Camrose - et norsk Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 12-15 (1976).
An article about Camrose, Alberta, which is a prominent center for Norwegian interests in Western Canada.
---------- Tall som talen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:158-161 (1975).
“Figures which speak” about migration from Norway. During the period 1825-1960, about a million people left the country for various parts of the world.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

MORTENSON, ENOK. The Acculturation of the Danish Immigrant. The Bridge, 3: 83-91 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Morton Allan directory of European passenger steamship arrivals for the years 1890 to 1930 at the port of New York and for the years 1904 to 1926 at the ports of New York, Philadelphia,Boston, and Baltimore. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publ.,268 pp. First published 1928 under the title: Directory relating to record of arrival of passenger steamships at the ports of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Baltimore, 1904 to 1926. Original publisher, New York: Immigration Information Bureau, 1931.
Volume 35, 2000 (reference)

Mosbæk, Ludvig. “A Transplanted Dane Looks Back on 80 Years.”
Translated by Edith Kilgren, abridged and edited by Olga S. Opfell. The Bridge, 10, 1: 39-66 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

MOSE, H. EINAR. Dania Society of Chicago: The Centennial History, 1862-1962. Chicago, 1962. 84 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

MOSES, JOHN
Roald Steen. Fra prestegarden til Nord-Dakota guvernørbolig. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 170-171(1981).
John Moses, a pastor’s son, emigrated from Norway in 1905 and served as governor of North Dakota, 1939-1945.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

MOWAT, FARLEY. Westviking. Boston, 1965.494 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick. “The Irish Among Us.” Readers Digest, January, 1985, 61-65.
The first article in a series on “The Peoples of America.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Moynihan, Kenneth J. “Swedes and Yankees in Worcester Politics: A Protestant Partnership.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 1: 23-34 (January, 1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Muehlberg, Julie. “Round Robin Celebrates Centennial Flight.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 82, 7: 221-223 (July, 1985).
The descendants of Abel and Cathrine Anderson’s nine children (Rasmus Bjørn Anderson of Madison was one) keep alive a round-robin letter begun in 1885.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

MULDER, WILLIAM. Homeward to Zion: The Mormon Migration from Scandinavia. Minneapolis, 1957. xii, 375 p.
“A study of the Mormon migration from Scandinavia to Utah in the latter part of the nineteenth century, of the faith and principles prompting it, and of the hardships endured by the immigrants.”
Volume 20, 1959

MULDER, WILLIAM. Image of Zion: Mormonism as an American Influence in Scandinavia. Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 43:18-38 (June, 1956).
---------- Immigration and the “Mormon Question”: An International Episode. Western Political Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 2, p. 416-433 (June, 1956).
---------- Norwegian Forerunners among the Early Mormons. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19:46-61 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

MULDER, WILLIAM. Mormons from Scandinavia, 1850-1900: A Shepherded Migration. Pacific Historical Review, 23:227- 246 (August, 1954).
---------- Utah’s Ugly Ducklings: A Profile of the Scandinavian Immigrant. Utah Historical Quarterly, 23:233-259 (July, 1955).
Volume 19, 1956

Mumford, Lewis. Thorstein Veblen. NEW REPUBLIC, 67:314-316 (August 5, 1931).
Nelson, David T. Seventy years; the story of Luther college. LUTHERAN HERALD, 15:1092--
1097 (September 1, 1931).
Volume 7, 1933

MUNCH, HELENE AND PETER A., trs. and eds. The Strange American Way: Letters of Caja Munch . . . Carbondale, Illinois, 1970. 288 p.
The letters of Caja Munch and her husband, the Reverend Johan Storm Munch, minister of the Lutheran church in Wiota, Wisconsin, 1855-1859, translated by their grandson and his wife. The
Volume also includes excerpts from Pastor Munch’s autobiography and an essay by Professor P. A. Munch entitled “Social Class and Acculturation.”
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

MUNCH, PETER A. Authority and Freedom: Controversy in Norwegian-American Congregations. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 3-34 (1979).
“It was ‘freedom’ bordering on anarchy pitted against the rigors of a firm church organization with its implications of ministerial authority.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MUNCH, PETER A. History and Sociology. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 20:46-57 (1959).
Volume 21, 1962

MUNCH, PETER A. Norwegians. Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups. Stephan Thernstrom, ed. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980.
This is one of the contributions in this systematic review of the history, culture, and distinctive characteristics of the more than 100 ethnic groups who live in the United States.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MUNCH, PETER A. Segregation and Assimilation of Norwegian Settlements in Wisconsin. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 18: 102-140 (1954).
Volume 19, 1956

MUNCH, PETER A. Social Adjustment among Wisconsin Norwegians. American Sociological Review, 14:780-787 (December, 1949).
Volume 16 1950

MUNDAL, MARIA
Norse Tapestry Weaving. Sons of Norway, 58:211 (November, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Munson, Reuben M. “Win One for the Gipper.” The Norseman, 36-37 (6, 1985).
The story of Knute Rockne, All-American from Voss, Norway.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

MURCHIE, R. W., and JARCHOW, M. E. Population trends in Minnesota. (Agricultural experiment
station bulletin, no. 327.) [n. p.,] University of Minnesota, Agricultural experiment station, 1937. 99 p.
All of the population elements in the state are counted in this statistical analysis. Norwegian-born residents were 101,169 in 1890, 104,895 in 1900, 105,302 in 1910, 90,188 in 1920, 71,562 in 1930; and the Minnesota total of foreign-born Norwegians and the children of Norwegian-born parents was 267,-912, according to the 1930 census.
Volume 10, 1938

Muskego Church. Minnesota History, 38:231 (March, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Mussari, Mark. The Danish Americans. New York, 1988. 109 pp.
Intended for younger readers and for purchase by high school libraries.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

MUUS, BERNT J.
Peder Nelson. Bernt Muus. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:147-48 (July, 1972).
The prairie pastor who founded St. Olaf College.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

MUUS, BERNT JULIUS T. and ALFRED. Niels Muus’s æt, Muusslegten i Snaasa 1642-1942. Trondheim, 1942. 123 p.
History of the family of Bernt Julius Muus, founder of St. Olaf College.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

MYERS, J. ARTHUR. A Tribute to Olaf Jenson Hagen, Physician, Educator, and Guardian of the Public Health. Everybody’s Health, 38:6, 15 (April, 1953).
The story of a Moorhead, Minnesota, physician.
Volume 18, 1954

MYHRMAN, ANDERS. The Effects of Finland-Swedish Emigration upon the Homeland. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 196-205 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MYHRMAN, ANDERS. The Finland-Swedes in America. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 16-33 (1980).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

MYKLEBUST, JOHAN. De første Hardanger-emigranter: “Ægirs” dramatiske ferd i 1837. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:84-87 (April, 1963).
The voyage to America of the emigrant ship “Ægir” in 1837.
---------- Pionerer i lake-farten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:170-173 (July, 1962).
The brig “Sleipner” and its journey to Chicago in 1862.
NELSON, MARION J. Scandinavian Romanticism in American Decorative Art. American-Scandinavian Review, 50:286-292 (Autumn, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

MYKLEBUST, JOHAN. Den gang de dro: Barken “Ægir’s” Amerikareise i 1837. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 44:304-306 (December, 1951).
The trip of the “Ægir” to America in 1837.
Volume 18, 1954

MYKLEBUST, JOHAN. Emigrantskipet “St. Olaf.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58:7-9 (January, 1965).
Historical sketch of the flagship of the Norwegian America Line, the first such line to carry emigrants to America.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

MYRHMAN, ANDERS. Finnlandssvenskar i Amerika. Helsinki, 1972. 566 pp.
The Swedish Finns in America.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

MYRVANG, J.H. Vort folk ved havet. Decorah-posten, October 13, 1929-July 25, 1941.
Persons and events connected with the settlement in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, are portrayed, special mention being made in the second article of Anton Martinsen, a prominent leader of the colony.
Volume 12, 1941

MYRVOLD, PETER. For hundre aar siden; et oversigt over de aarsaker som ledet til masseutvandringen fra Norge i 1830-1840 aarene, "Isløsningstid" i landet. Visergutten, February 18, 1937, p. 5.
The author reviews the economic and political backgrounds of the emigration from Norway in the thirties and forties of the last century.
Volume 10, 1938

MYVOLD, PETER. Lidt om tidlig norsk indsats i utforskningen av Nord Amerika. Nord-Norge, no. 92,
p. 28-32 (June, 1939).
The author considers the early Norwegian immigration, the beginnings, the Jens Munk
expedition, Northmen in the fur trade, Northmen in the Selkirk settlement, and the inception of the new era of immigration.
Volume 11, 1940

N

Naas, Per. “Amerikabrev frå Olav Henriksen Bustrak til slektningar i ‘Fædrenehjemmet’ på Tames.” Det var ein gong. Minner frå Dra ngedal, 1992, I: 15, 75-85.
Letters from O. H. Bustrak to his family in Drangedal, Telemark, in the 1870s.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NAESETH, CAROLINE K. Minder fra Little Iowa prestegaard. Folkekalender, 1933, p. 11-18.
Mrs. Naeseth presents reminiscences from the Little Iowa congregation, which later was known as the Washington Prairie congregation. It is located seven miles south of Decorah, Iowa. The author's father, the late Ulric Vilhelm Koren, was pastor of this church from 1856 to 1910.
Volume 8, 1934

NAESETH, CAROLINE MATHILDE KOREN. Memories from Little Iowa Parsonage; translated by Henriette C. K. Naeseth. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:66-74 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

NAESETH, GERHARD B. Hvor kom slekten fra? Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69:16-19 (1974).
The leading authority on Norwegian-American genealogy discusses his work and tells about the Vesterheim Genealogical Center recently organized by the Norwegian-American Museum at Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

NAESETH, GERHARD B. In Search of the Past. The Norseman, No. 1: 20-23 (1976).
“Vesterheim Genealogical Center, a new institution to help tracing ancestry and origins.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Naeseth, Gerhard B. Norwegian immigrants to the United States: a biographical dictionary, 1825-1850. Madison, Wis. Vol. 2: 1844-1846. Decorah: Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, 1997. 492 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (reference)

Naeseth, Gerhard B. Norwegian Immigrants to the United States: Biographical Directory, 1825-1850. Madison, Wis., 1993. Vol.1,390 pp. Volume I covers the years 1825-1843.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

NAESETH, GERHARD B. Norwegian Tracks. Norwegian-American Museum, Decorah, Iowa.
A four-page folder published periodically by the Vesterheim Genealogical Center to assist Norwegian Americans in tracing their ancestry and compiling family histories. It lists books and articles dealing with genealogical material.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

NAESETH, GERHARD B. The 1842 Immigrants from Norway. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:225-57 (1972).
A careful search for the identity of Norwegian immigrants listed with ships arriving in American harbors in 1842.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

NAESETH, GERHARD B. The Log House at Muskego. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 44:132 (Winter, 1960-61).
A letter to the editor about the article, «John Bergen’s Log House,» in the magazine’s Autumn, 1960, issue.
---------- The Naeseth-Fehn Family History. Madison, Wisconsin, 1956.
---------- Norwegian Sources Offer Help in Preparing Your Family History. Sons of Norway, 57:119 (June, 1960).
Volume 21, 1962

NAESETH, GERHARD B. Wrolstad Family History. n.p., 1978. Published in loose-leaf form.
A family from Drangedal, Telemark, settling in Wisconsin.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

NAESETH, HENRIETTA C. KORAN. See Wilt, Napier.
Volume 11, 1940

NAESETH, HENRIETTE C. K. Kristian Prestgard, an Appreciation. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 15:131-139 (1949).
Volume 16 1950

Næss, Hans Eyvind. “Reflections on the Norwegian Emigration to Australia.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 75-87.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Næss, Hans Eyvind. “Utvandringen fra Rogaland til Amerika. Hvem dro til Amerika fra Rogaland på 1800-tallet?” Ætt og Heim, 1984, 97-110.
Immigration from Rogaland in the nineteenth century.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Naess, Harald S. “Introduction: Utopias in Scandinavian America.” Scandinavian Studies, 60, 4: 429-436 (Autumn, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NAESS, HARALD. Knut Hamsun and America. Scandinavian Studies, 39:305-328 (November, 1967).
Hamsun’s social philosophy should be measured by his images of America and by his reactions to his characters.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NAESS, HARALD. Ygdrasil Literary Society, 1896-1971. Americana-norvegica, 4:31-45 (1973).
The story of a prominent literary society in Madison, Wisconsin.
---------- Wisconsin Came First. The Norseman, No. 6, 169-171 (1975).
“100 years ago, the first Department of Scandinavian Studies in the U.S.A. was founded at Madison.” This article, in Norwegian, also appears in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 66:212-214 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

NAESS, HAROLD A., ed. Norwegian Influence on the Upper Midwest. Duluth, Minnesota, 1976. 126 pp.
A collection of papers presented at an international conference held in Duluth in 1975, the sesquicentennial year of Norwegian migration to America.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

NÆSS, HAROLD S., and SKARD, SIGMUND, eds. Americana Norvegica, Vol. 3: Studies in Scandinavian-American Interrelations. Oslo, 1971. 390 pp.
A series of essays published in honor of Professor Einar Haugen. The pertinent contributions are listed individually by authors in the section on articles.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

NAESS, HAROLD. Knut Hamsun og Amerika. Oslo, 1969. 282 p.
A discussion of Hamsun’s attitude toward the United States and of possible American influences upon the Norwegian author.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

NAG, MARTIN. Det indre lys. Strand-kvekerne -- deres nærmiljø i Ryfylke og i Amerika. Foreword by Wilhelm Aarek. Ås, Norway, 1983. 506 pp.
History of the Quakers from Strand in Ryfylke, Norway, both there and in America.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

NAMIAS, JUNE. First Generation: Oral Histories of Twentieth-Century Americans. Boston, 1978. xviii, 234 pp.
Introduction by Robert Coles.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

NAMIAS, JUNE. First Generation: Oral Histories of Twentieth-Century Americans. Boston, 1978. xviii, 234 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Nansen. Fridtjof Nansen liv og gjerning. Oslo, 1961. 287 p. A collection of essays interpreting the career of a great Norwegian explorer and humanitarian.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Narjord, Elias Hansen. “Fra Narjordet til Amerika i 1854,” Hembygda (1998), I: 44-53. Kulturseksjonen, Os kommune.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NARVESON, B. H. The Norwegian Lutheran Academies. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:184-226 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949 (article)

NARVESON, BERT H. Luther Academy Memorial History, 1888-1928. Northfield, Minnesota, 1951. 288 p.
The story of Luther Academy and Business College at Albert Lea, Minnesota.
Volume 18, 1954

Narvestad, Carl and Amy. 95th anniversary -- Valdres Samband -- 1899-1994: a review of the last decade. Granite Falls, Minn.: Valdres Samband, 1994. 130 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

NARVESTAD, CARL T. AND AMY. The Bygdelags of Norse America. American-Scandinavian Review, 58:376-379 (Winter, 1970- 1971).
The history of the bygdelag among Norwegian Americans and the prospect for their future.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

NARVESTAD, CARL T. Bygdelagene i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57: 144 (July, 1964).
Historical sketch of the Valdres Samband, the pioneer bygdelag in America, as it celebrates its sixty-fifth anniversary.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Narvestad, Carl. A history of the Hardanger Fiddle Association of America 1983-1993. Granite Falls, Minn.: C.T. Narvestad, 1994. 64 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

NARVESTAD, CARL. Bygdelagene i America. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 51-52 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

NÄSS, ALMAR. Hvor lå Vinland? Oslo, 1954. 246 p.
“Where Was Vinland?” another attempt to solve this intricate question. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review (Winter, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

Nattestad, Ole. Beskrivelse over en Reise til Nordamerica: begyndt den 8de April 1837 og skrevet paa Skibet Hilda, samt siden fortsat paa Reisen op igjennem de Forenede Stater i Nordamerica. Drammen: Thorleif Haug Lodge, Sons of Norway, 1995. 31, 43 pp.; ill. English summary. This is the first printed description of a journey to America from Norway in the year 1837. First published: Drammen: J.Wulfsbergs Bogtrykkerie, 1839. Contains facsimile of the original publication, along with a modern version.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Natvik, Hallvard. Frå husmann til borgar: To slekterfrå Nadvik i Sogn. Utvandrarar 1845-1976/From dependence to freedom: Two family groups from Nadvik in the district of Sogn. Emigrants 1845-1976. Volda, Norway [1986]. 203 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Naumdøla Samband. Naumdøla, no. 1. Einar Hilsen, ed., n. p., 1929. 333 p.
A year book. Contains as a supplement (p. 305-333) "Snaasingen," edited for Snaasalaget by P.
O. Bugge.
Volume 5, 1930

Naustvoll, Odd. “Brev fra Odin Naustvold (1859-1942),” Eynni idri. Inderøy museums- og historielag, (1997), I: 102-114. Title trans.: Letter from Odin Naustvold.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NEAL, HARRY EDWARD. Danish Legacy in America. Scandinavian Review, 64: 55-63 (No. 1, 1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Neal, Mary Elizabeth and Elizabeth Weis. A Selected Bibliography to the Hardanger Fiddle: Norwegian Folk Music in the Life of Norwegians and Minnesotans. Merrifield, Minnesota, 1990. [9 pp.]
A list of sources for information, recordings, and videotapes as well as an annotated bibliography of books and articles.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Nedrebø, Yngve. “A Century of Norwegian Emigrant Routes.” The Norseman, 28, 2: 26-28 (March, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NEIDLE, CECYLE S. America’s Immigrant Women: Their Contribution to the Development of a Nation from 1609 to the Present. New York, 1975. 312 pp.
---------- Great Immigrants. Boston, 1973. 295 pp.
The life stories of twelve outstanding immigrants, among them O. E. Rølvaag and Julius Carlson, a Swede. Foreword by Kenneth O. Bjork.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

NELSEN, FRANK E. The School Controversy among Norwegian Immigrants. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:206-2 19 (1974).
An analysis of the “common school” controversy among Norwegian Americans, especially before 1880.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

NELSON, BERSVEN. Notes of a Civil War Soldier. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:118-145 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Nelson, Charles H. “John Elof Boodin, Philosopher-Poet.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35: 124-150 (April, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

NELSON, CHARLES H. Towards a More Accurate Approximation of the Class Composition of the Erik Janssonists. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 26: 3-15 (1975).
An analysis of the demographic composition of the Bishop Hill Colony in Illinois.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, DAVID T. Luther College, 1861-1961. Decorah, Iowa, 1961. 429 p.
History of the famous educational institution founded by Norwegian pioneers. Reviewed by Kenneth O. Bjork in Minnesota History, March, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

NELSON, DAVID T. Norwegian-American Museum. Palimpsest, December, 1965.
---------- Observations on the 90th Anniversary of the Norwegian-American Museum. Minnesota
Posten,
August 3, 1967.
Address by the late Dr. David T. Nelson at the dinner meeting of the Norwegian-American Museum at Decorah’s Nordic Fest.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NELSON, E. CLIFFORD, and FEVOLD, EUGENE L. The Lutheran Church among Norwegian-Americans. Minneapolis, 1960. Two Volumes. 357, 379 p.
The first volume, written jointly by the two authors, and the second, by Mr. Nelson, cover the period 1825 to 1959 and deal with such subjects as Norwegian backgrounds, organization of synods, theological controversies, and the church union movement.
Volume 21, 1962

NELSON, E. CLIFFORD, ed. A Pioneer Churchman: J. W. C. Dietrichson in Wisconsin, 1844-1850. New York, 1973. xvii, 265 pp.
This
Volume consists of three main parts: (1) An introduction by the editor; (2) a translation of Dietrichson’s “Travel Narrative” by Malcolm Rosholt; (3) a translation of Dietrichson’s “Koshkonong Parish Journal” by Harold E. Kaasa. This book is
Volume VIII of the Travel and Description Series published by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- The Lutherans in North America. Philadelphia, 1975. 576 pp.
A co-operative work by six prominent historians giving the history of American Lutheranism from colonial times to the present.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

NELSON, EDWARD O. Recollections of the Salvation Army’s Scandinavian Corps. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly 29: 257-276 (1978).
A record of the vigorous and far-flung work of the Scandinavian Department of the Salvation Army in America.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Nelson, Even A. An immigrant’s life: the journal of Even A. Nelson, 6 April 1898 to 12 March 1940. Translated by Robert Aasen. [Hillsboro? N.D.: Thurston D. Nelson, 1997?]. 59 pp.; ill. Diary of farm life in Hillsboro, Traill County, North Dakota.
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

NELSON, FRANK G. When Two Cultures Meet. Common Ground, 4:26-31 (Winter, 1944).
Discusses "what elements in our national culture are peculiarly and uniquely Norwegian in origin."
Volume 14, 1944

NELSON, HELGE. Minnesotas bebyggande, med särskild hänsyn till svenskars, norrmänns och tyskars andel i densamma. Svensk geografisk årsbok (Lund), 1937, p. 164-190.
The part taken by Swedes, Norwegians, and Germans in the settlement of Minnesota.
Volume 12, 1941

Nelson, James P “The Problem of Cultural Identity in the Works of Waldemar Ager, Simon Johnson, and Johannes B. Wist.” University of Washington, 1990.229 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Nelson, Jane Merriam. “Carl Milles in the United States: The Circumstances of his Immigration and Success.” University of Minnesota, 1990. 367 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

NELSON, JOSEPH A. Wilderness Home, 1854. Np., 1958. 323 p.
A history of the Rovang-Olson-Nelson families.
Volume 21, 1962

NELSON, KNUTE
Knute Nelson. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:134 (June, 1966).
Sketch inspired by the plaque placed at Nelson’s childhood home in Voss, Norway, by the Minnesota Historical Society.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

NELSON, KNUTE
The Unelected President. The Norseman, No. 1, 14-17 (1971). A sketch of the life of Senator Knute Nelson.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

NELSON, KNUTE. En hard og lang livsvei. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49 :240-243 (November, 1956).
An autobiographical letter written by Senator Knute Nelson in 1915.
Volume 20, 1959

NELSON, LOWRY AND DONOHUE, GEORGE. Social Change in Goodhue County, 1940-65. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1966. 67 p.
A bulletin of the agricultural experiment station, University of Minnesota. A study of the changes in individual and collective behavior in an area with a large Norwegian population.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Nelson, Marion J. “American Woodcarvers from Telemark,” in Telemark Historie, 8: 24-53 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Nelson, Marion J. “J. Theodore Sohner 1906-1962.” Norwegian-American Museum Newsletter, 21, 3: [1-6] (Fall, 1986).
A catalog of the work of a Norwegian-American artist from St. Paul, Minnesota, for exhibits held in Decorah, Iowa, and Minneapolis.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Nelson, Marion J. “Land and Sea; the Art of William Torjesen 1897-197 1 Norwegian-American Museum Newsletter, 21, 1: 1-6 (Spring, 1986).
Illustrated catalog of an exhibition of paintings by a Norwegian immigrant painter from Kristiansand held in Decorah, Iowa.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Nelson, Marion John, ed. Material Culture and People’s Art among the Norwegians in America. Northfield, Minn., 1994. ix, 228 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

NELSON, MARION JOHN. A Pioneer Artist and His Masterpiece. Norwegian-American Studies, 22:3-17 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Nelson, Marion, ed. Norwegian folk art: the migration of a tradition. New York: Abbeville Press, in association with the Museum of American Folk Art, and Oslo: Norwegian Folk Museum, 1995. 276 pp.; ill. Exhibit catalog for a traveling exhibit that started in New York, 1995.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Nelson, Marion. “Folk Arts and Crafts of the Norwegians in America.” Migranten/The Migrant, 1: 38-63 (1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NELSON, MARY L. Daniel Nelson, his life and work. Shanghai, China, The Mercury press, n.d. 165 p.
Daniel Nelson (1853-1926) came to America in 1882 and became a farmer near Eagle Grove, Iowa. In 1890 he left Iowa to become a missionary in China, where he remained until he was shot and killed in an uprising in 1926.
Volume 8, 1934

NELSON, OLEY. Brødrene Steen; lidt om de seks norske brødre Steen som deltog i borgerkrigen. Minneapolis tidende, May 31, 1935, p. 5.
The Steens came to America in the late fifties and settled near Decorah, Iowa. Each of six brothers served in the Civil war more than three years, and all became sergeants. They were Charles, Theodore, John, Henry, Martin, and Otto.
Volume 8, 1934

NELSON, OLEY. The Early Norwegian Immigrant; an Interesting Centennial Article; Extract from an
Address. Lutheran Almanac, 1939, p. 26-33.
Volume 11, 1940

NELSON, P. H. Av slitets saga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 48:197- 199 (October, 1955).
Life and labor among Norwegian immigrants in the Thief River Falls region of Minnesota.
---------- Belmont-settlementet ved Red River. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46:87 (May, 1953).
A brief article about the Belmont settlement on the Red River.
---------- Det norske settlement i Wild Rice, Minnesota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:54 (March, 1954).
The Norwegian settlement in Wild Rice, Minnesota.
---------- Norsk nybyggerliv i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:204 (October, 1954).
Norwegian pioneer life in Canada.
---------- St. Ansgar settlementet i Iowa. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 48:22 (February, 1955).
---------- To hundreårsjubileer som er verd å minnes. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46: 164 (August, 1953).
A brief account of the founding of Norwegian settlements in Worth County, Iowa, and Freeborn County, Minnesota, in 1853.
Volume 19, 1956

Nelson, Paula. The prairie winnows out its own: the west river country of South Dakota in the years of depression and dust. Iowa City, Ia: University of Iowa Press, 1996. 276 pp.; ill. Norse-American cook-book. 1925 Centennial edition re-issued. Seattle, Wash.: Welcome Press, 1991. pp. 1a-17a, 86 pp. Edited by Florence Ekstrand. Contains facsimile of Norse-American centennial cook book. St. Paul, Minnesota: The Food Exhibit Committee of the Norse-American Centennial, published in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Norwegian immigration to the USA. First published Northfield, Minn.: Mohn Printing Co., 1924, with the title: “Cook book of popular Norwegian recipes.”
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

NELSON, PEDER H. "Hans Andersen Foss." Ringerike, 54:41-43 (1982).
Biographical sketch of the popular Norwegian-American author of Husmandsgutten and other novels.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. "Sagaskriveren O. S. Johnson." Western Viking, March 6, 1981.
Johnson wrote extensively about immigration, especially from Ringerike, Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Nelson, Peder H. “Den lange, lange vegen. To måneder med okser og seilduksvogner over prærien i 1873.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 45-52.
Discusses the Norwegian settlement of Lake Hendricks, South Dakota.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Nelson, Peder H. “Svarte dager og mørke netter i Nord-Dakota.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1991, I: 102-106.
Black days and dark nights, by an author who lived for seven years in North Dakota in the 1930s.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Andres Nelson Bakken. Hallingen, 143:3-10 (June, 1948).
Bakken (1850-1944) immigrated in 1869 and settled in Northwood, N. D.
---------- Burtness-slekten i Amerika. Hallingen, 149:17-22 (December, 1949).
A Burtness genealogy.
---------- Hertsgaardslekten i Amerika. Hallingen, 147:6-16 (June, 1949).
A Hertsgaard genealogy.
Volume 16 1950

NELSON, PEDER H. Belmont-settlementet ved Red River. Hallingen, 161:3-6 (December, 1952).
---------- Gjerdeslekten i Amerika og Hemsedal. Hallingen, 164:22-26 (September, 1953.)
A Gjerde family genealogy.
---------- Hallingpioner ved McLeod, North Dakota. Hallingdølen (Hallingdal, Norway), December 4, 1951.
Biography of Syver Ulsaker.
---------- Norskdom og slektfølelsen blant hallinger i Amerika. Hallingdølen, September 6, 1951.
---------- Nybyggere ved Goose River. Hallingen, 163:4-14 (June, 1953).
Pioneers of Goose River, North Dakota.
---------- Pionerkvinden Ingeborg Grønli. Telesoga, series 2, no. 4, p. 27-30 (1952).
Ingeborg Grønli immigrated in 1863 to Iowa, then to Northwood, North Dakota.
Volume 18, 1954

NELSON, PEDER H. De norske bygdelagene i Amerika før og nu. Hallingen, 68:17-20 (June, 1975).
The bygdelag, past and present.
---------- De fønste settlementer. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 66:64- 66 (1973).
A brief account of the founding of the first Norwegian settlements in the United States.
---------- Fra indianerkrigens dager. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:217-218 (1974).
The Indian attack on the Norway Lake Settlement in Minnesota, 1862.
---------- Nybyggere i Wild Rice. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:90-91 (1974).
An account of the founding of the Wild Rice Settlement in Norman County, Minnesota.
---------- Vesle-Norge på prærien. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:3-4 (1974).
The article deals with a Norwegian settlement in oil-rich Williams County, North Dakota.
---------- Sand Prairie settlement. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:44-45 (1975).
A brief account of a settlement in Wisconsin by people from Numedal.
---------- Fra pionértiden i Midvesten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:127-129 (1975).
Deals with the earliest Norwegian settlements in the Midwest.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. De norske bygdelagene i Amerika i dag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49 :267 (December, 1956).
The Norwegian bygdelags in America as they are today.
---------- Hallinglaget gjennem 50 aar. Hallingen, 179 : 9-43 (June, 1957).
The association of Hallings through fifty years.
---------- Hallinglaget i Amerika feirer 50-års fest. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50: 170 (July, 1957).
The Hallinglag in America celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
---------- “Halling-minne” - “Hallingen.” Hallingen, 179 :47-53 (June, 1957).
The publications of the Hallinglag (Association of Hallings).
---------- Norsk nybygging i Winneshiek, Iowa. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49:222 (October, 1956).
The Norwegian settlement in Winneshiek County, Iowa.
---------- Norsk nybyggerhus i Minnesota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51: 157 (July, 1958).
A Norwegian pioneer house in Freeborn County, Minnesota.
---------- Nybyggerstua som ble til museum. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:75 (April, 1957).
A pioneer cabin near Witman, North Dakota, has been turned into a museum.
---------- Pionerer på Amerikas vestkyst. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:89 (April, 1958).
Norwegian pioneers on the west coast.
---------- Utvandringen til Canada. Hallingen, 179 : 114-121 (June, 1957).
The migration of Hallings to Canada.
---------- Veien vestover: Litt om den tidligere utvandring fra Hallingdal. Hallingen, 179:56-113 (June, 1957).
The early migration from Hallingdal.
Volume 20, 1959

NELSON, PEDER H. Den første utvandring fra en Østlandsbygd. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 70: 62-63 (1977).
The earliest emigration from Hadeland in eastern Norway.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Den lange veien over prærien. Decorah-Posten, December 31, 1970.
Founding the first Norwegian settlement in South Dakota in 1873.
---------- Hadelendinger i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63:62- 63 (March-April, 1970).
Tells the story of the first Norwegian settlement in the province of Saskatchewan by immigrants from Hadeland.
---------- Immigrantdikteren: Ole E. Rølvaags norske nybyggerromaner ble klassisk litteratur. Nord-Norge, 212: 16-18 (December, 1969).
Rølvaag’s Norwegian pioneer novels have become classics.
---------- Norge i Nord Dakota: På Oppdagerferd med Erik Bye og hans TV-team. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63:87-97 (May, 1970).
Account of a trip by Erik Bye and his assistants to Norwegian communities in North Dakota for the purpose of gathering material for the Norwegian television network.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Det gamle Muskego. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:68 (March, 1961).
A brief account of several «firsts» in Norwegian-American history.
---------- En nybyggerkvinnes saga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:232 (October, 1960).
Gro Viken on the Dakota prairie.
---------- Lidt av Slaatunsslektens saga i Amerika. Hallingen, 190:6-25 (March, 1960).
The Slaatun family in America.
---------- Mannen som «eide» Los Angeles. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:7 (January, 1960).
A biographical sketch of Erik (Alexander) Nelson Giere.
---------- Marcus Thrane i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:12 (January, 1961).
A survey of Thrane’s career in America.
---------- Av Noss-slektens historie. Hallingen, 194:3-9, 16 (March, 1961).
A genealogy.
Volume 21, 1962

NELSON, PEDER H. Det norsk-amerikanske historielag gjennom 40 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:33-35 (February, 1966).
Sketch of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- Fra nybyggertiden paa Koshkonong, Wisconsin. Hallingen, March, 1966.
Pioneer life in eastern Dane County and the genealogy of the Hendrik Lien family.
---------- Gulbrand Sether. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:82 (May, 1966).
Introduces a Chicago artist and author.
---------- Hadelandspionerer på Dakotaprærien. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59: 114 (June, 1966).
Episodes from the life of Ole Brørby, Northwood, North Dakota.
---------- Hallingernes deltagelse i det amerikanske offentlige liv. Hallingen, June, 1967.
Norwegians from Hallingdal have become prominent in American political and professional life.
---------- Hallinglaget 60 aar. Hallingen, June, 1967.
A historical sketch.
---------- Hardanger dalen i Minnesota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:65-70 (March-April, 1967).
The early settlers near Rushford, Minnesota, came from Hardanger, Norway.
---------- Husmannsguttens skaper: Den norsk-amerikanske forfatter, H. A. Foss, som skrev den mest populære av alle emigrantromaner. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:143-144 (July, 1966).
History of Husmannsgutten and a sketch of its author.
---------- Immigrantdikteren: Ole E. Rølvaags norske nybyggerromaner ble klassisk litteratur. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62:96-97 (May, 1969).
---------- Norsk-amerikanernes Snorre. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:194-196 (October, 1967).
The beginnings of the bygdelag movement, including publications.
---------- Norskeste bygd i Minnesota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:247-248 (December, 1967).
Goodhue County was the most thoroughly Norwegian community in Minnesota.
---------- Nybyggerne i Goose River. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:139-140 (July, 1967).
Immigrant life in the Goose River settlement in North Dakota.
---------- Nybyggerne i Meeker County. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:225-226 (October, 1968).
Pioneer life in south central Minnesota.
---------- Pioner-mor fra Hallingdal i Iowa. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62: 133-134 (June, 1969).
Shadows in the pioneer life of Ole and Gro Svendsen in Iowa and North Dakota.
---------- 17 mai med Ole Bull. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:127 (June, 1968).
Account of Ole Bull’s part in the Seventeenth of May celebration in Moscow, Wisconsin, 1873.
---------- Skjervemslekten i Amerika. Hallingen, June, 1969.
The Skjervem family in the New World.
---------- Storlieslekten i Amerika. Hallingen, March, 1967.
The Storlie family in America.
---------- Vossingene i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:255- 256 (November, 1968).
People from Voss, Norway, settled in early Chicago.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Hadelands nybyggere. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57: 7 (January, 1964).
Hadeland pioneers; a sketch of the Glenwood settlement near Decorah, Iowa.
---------- Hallingerne paa Blooming Prairie, Minnesota. Hallingen, March, 1964.
Names, pictures, and biographical sketches of early settlers from Hailing in Blooming Prairie.
---------- Hallingerne på Blooming Prairie. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58: 119 (June, 1965).
Historical items about the Hailing settlement at Blooming Prairie, Minnesota.
---------- Norsk-amerikansk folkelesning. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58: 174-176 (August-September, 1965).
Books written by Norwegian Americans in the Norwegian language.
---------- Norsk museum ved Walcott, North Dakota. Hallingen, June, 1964.
Mrs. Clarence Christianson’s museum and its artifacts.
---------- Torvhus og jordhytter: Fra slitets liv på prærien. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 58:83 (February, 1965).
Life on the North Dakota prairie in pioneer days.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Indianerblodbadet i Minnesota 1862. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:175 (July, 1962).
Indian massacre in Minnesota in 1862.
---------- Kaptein Asgrim Skaro og Skaroslekten i Amerika. Hallingen, September, 1963.
Genealogy of the Skaro family, with pictures.
----------Norske fortidsminner i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:235 (October, 1963).
Objects in the Norwegian-American Museum at Decorah, Iowa.
---------- Norsk studier i Nord-Dakota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:151 (June, 1962).
Norwegian studies in North Dakota.
---------- Ola regimentet er 100 år gammelt. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:222 (October, 1961).
The Fifteenth Wisconsin Regiment in the Civil War.
---------- Snestorm i nybyggerdagene. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:147 (June, 1963).
A Minnesota snowstorm of 1873.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Kirkejubileum i Red River Dalen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 70: 124-125 (1977).
Historical sketch of a Norwegian congregation in the Red River Valley.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Mork-Opsahlslekten i Amerika. Hallingen, 155:8-14 (June, 1951).
A Mork-Opsahl genealogy.
Volume 17, 1952

NELSON, PEDER H. Nybyggerne i Spring Grove. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 129-130 (1976).
About the Norwegian settlement in Spring Grove, Minnesota.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Utvandringen fra fjellbygdene i Hallingdal. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 70: 41-42 (1977).
Emigration from the mountain communities of Hallingdal.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, PEDER H. Veien og vidden. Fortellinger fra det norske nybyggerliv i Amerika. Geilo, Norway, 1976. 106 pp.
Stories dealing with life in Norwegian pioneer communities.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

NELSON, PEDER H.
Erling Innvik. Peder H. Nelson fylder 70 aar. Decorah-Posten, April 16, 1970.
A tribute to the editor of Hallingen.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

NELSON, PEDER H.
Kaare Wensaas. Han vandt Hadelands kulturpris i 1980. Hallingen, 271: 12-13 (June, 1980).
An award was given Peder H. Nelson, who has written numerous articles on Norwegian-American immigration history.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

NELSON, PEDER. Gran Kirke i Minnesota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:86-87 (May, 1971).
The story of a Norwegian church in Clay County, Minnesota.
---------- Menighet på prærien Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:204-205 (October, 1972).
The Aal church near Hillsboro, North Dakota, the oldest Norwegian congregation in the state, celebrates its centennial.
---------- Norges ambassadør fra Wisconsin. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:210-11 (October, 1971).
Introducing the famed folk dancers from Stoughton, Wisconsin.
---------- Pionerene ved Lake Hendricks. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:70-71 (March-April, 1971).
One of the first Norwegian settlements in South Dakota.
---------- Skandinavisk hus ved universitetet i Nord Dakota. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 64:139-40 (July, 1971).
A Scandinavian cultural center founded at the University of North Dakota.
---------- “Vesle Norge” i Wisconsin. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 65:38- 40 (February, 1972).
An article about the famed “Little Norway” near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

NELSON, PEDER. Tufte-Dahle slekten og Nissedal. Hallingen, no. 109, p. 19-23 (December, 1939).
A Tufte and Dahle genealogy.
Volume 12, 1941

NELSON, RODNEY. Breidablik. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:229-241 (1974).
A “lyric prose account of the friendship of two American boys whose grandparents were Norwegian and who themselves retained a measure of old-country culture.”
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

NELSON, RODNEY. The Boots Brevik Saga. Alamo, California, 1978. 138 pp.
The strange saga of a Norwegian American who roamed from North Dakota to California.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

NELSON, RODNEY. The Popcorn Man. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 256-271(1977).
A brief comedy based on Scandinavian-American life in the Red River Valley during the 1940s.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

NELSON, SIDSEL THORMODSGAARD. "The History of the Thormodsgaard Family." Hallingen,
June, 1983, 27-31.
The history of a Hailing family in Norway and the United States. The story is continued in subsequent issues of Hallingen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Nenseth, Anders. “Bamblinger i Midt-Vesten.” Bamble gjennom tidene. Årsskrift. Bamble historielag, 1988, I: 120-135.
Emigrants from Bamble, Telemark, in the Middle West.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NERGÅRD, LARS. Utvandrarhistorie frå Rindal. Rindal, Norway, 1977. 127 pp.
History of immigration from the community of Rindal in Trøndelag, Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

NERSTRAND WOMEN’S CLUB, comp. History of the Nerstrand Community. Nerstrand, Minnesota, [1950?]. 58 p.
Volume 17, 1952

NESDAL, SIVERT. En misjonærs erindringer. Leon, Norway, 1965. 519p.
Reminiscences of a missionary: the biography of a Norwegian-born Lutheran clergyman.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Nesje, Anne Marie Skriveseth and Mikal Heldal. “Ei utvandrar-soge frå Tysnes,” Sunnhordland Årbok (1998), I: 66-76. Sunnhordland Folkemuseum og Sogelag. Title trans.: An emigrant saga from Tysnes.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NESJE, L. P. Amerikareise for 50 aar siden. Skandinaven, June 3, 1938, part 2, p. 9-11.
The story of six immigrants from Nesjestrand, Eid, and Voll, Norway, who came to America in
1888, went by way of New York and Buffalo to Ashland, Wisconsin, and later went to Duluth and
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Volume 11, 1940

Nessa, J. T. En biografi. VISERGUTTEN, 36:6 (March 28, 1929).
An autobiography of an immigrant of 1877, outlining a trek from Nerstrand, Norway, terminating in Portland, Oregon.
Volume 5, 1930

NESTAAS, RAGNVALD ANDERSON
Roald Steen. Guvernør Nestaas fra Voss. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 2: 56-57 (1982).
Nestos, as he was known in America, emigrated from Voss in 1893, when he was sixteen years old. He served as governor of North Dakota during the years 1921-1925.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

Nesvig, Jonathan. “The Western Viking - Serving Norwegian America for 100 Years.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 86, 5: 10-11,33 (May, 1989).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NEUTSON, K. Memoirs of a Pioneer. [New Orleans, Peerless Printing Co., 1938.] 38 p.
Neutson was born in southern Norway in 1851, came to Minnesota before the Civil War, went to
the Red River Valley in the early seventies and engaged in trapping and hunting, drove Red River carts, did flatboating on the river, saw Winnipeg in 1870 when dog teams were still common, returned to Faribault, Minnesota, and became a finisher of furniture, and then sold fire insurance for fifty years.
Volume 11, 1940

New Sweden: the 350th Anniversary of the Settlement of the Swedes and Finns in Delaware. Newark, Delaware, 1988, 32 pp.
“An Exhibition Catalog with an Introduction by John A. Monroe; Entries Compiled by Gary E. Yela.” Published by the University of Delaware Library for an exhibition March 1-July 15, 1988.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Newspapers. Den norske avisdød i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, August 26, 1965.
The expiration of Norwegian newspapers in America, and the significance of the demise of Duluth Skandinav.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Nichol, Todd W. “Temples made with hands: a Norwegian-American Lutheran congregation and its houses of worship,” Lutheran Quarterly (Winter 1997), 11:4: 422-462. About Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Nicols, Susan. “Den blinde emigranten,” Årbok for Nord-Østerdalen (1997/98), I: 62-71. Stiftelsen Musea i Nord-Østerdalen. Title trans.: The Blind Emigrant.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NICPON, PHILIP. Scandinavian Americans in Alaska. American-Scandinavian Review, 62:271-284 (1974). Achievements of individuals like Leonhard Seppala, Ben Eielsen, Dr. Ivar Skarland, and the Wien brothers.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Nielsen, Axel. “Reminiscences at the Celebration of My Folks’ First Seventy Married Years 1911-1981.” The Bridge, 14, 1: 9-44 (1991). Immigrants Anna and Jorgen Nielsen began married life in Askov, Minnesota, in 1911 but went west to Junction City, Oregon, in 1926.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Nielsen, George E. “A Danish Socialist in Chicago.” The Bridge, 13, 1: 73-92 (1990).
A study of Louis Pio’s life in Chicago from 1877 until his death in 1894. “This article will also appear, in Danish, in a forthcoming issue of the periodical, Arbejderhistorie.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Nielsen, George F. “En dansk socialist i det kapitalistiske Chicago.” Arbejderhistorie [Denmark], 35 (1990) 29-38.
Published in English as “A Danish Socialist in Chicago” in The Bridge, 13, 1: 73-92 (1990).
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NIELSEN, GEORGE. The Danish Americans. Boston, 1981. 237 pp.
This book “. . . is the first single volume study of Danish Americans in the English language.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

NIELSEN, HERMAN E.
Asbjørn E. Thomassen. Herman E. Nielsen. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 28 (September, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Nielsen, Ivan E. “Harald P. Nielsen Saga.” The Bridge, 12: 1,81-105 (1989).
A son of Danish immigrants, born in South Dakota in 1885, Nielsen celebrated his 100th birthday.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Nielsen, John Marken. “Our Mission to the Indians.” The Bridge, 6, 2: 5-17 (1983).
An account of a Danish Immigrant Churches Mission to the Cherokee Indians in 1892.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

NIELSEN, WALDEMAR. Amerikas første president George Washington var av norsk oprindelse. Nord-Norge, September, 1966.
George Washington’s ancestry traced to Trond Haraldson, who was born in Trøndelag, Norway, in 661.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NIELSEN, WALDEMAR. Did You Know That George Washington Was of Norwegian Ancestry? Norwegian-American Technical Journal, 32-35 (July, 1959).
A genealogical table.
Volume 21, 1962

NIELSEN, WALDEMAR. The History of Chicago Norwegian Technical Society. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 18:9- 25 (May, 1951).
Volume 17, 1952

Niemi, Einar. “Fra Nord-Norge til Amerika: noen refleksjoner om problemstillinger, perspektiver og utfordringer,” Heimen 3 (1994), 172-184. Title trans.: From North Norway to America: some reflections on approaches to problems, perspectives, and challenges.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Niemi, Einar. “Nils Paul Xavier: Sami Teacher and Pastor on the American Frontier,” Norwegian-American Studies (1995), 34: 245-270.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Nils Brandt Served for Seven Decades in Midwest." Budstikken, 12:20-21 (December, 1981).
Biographical sketch of a noted pastor and professor.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

NILSEN K. G. Østerdølenes saga. [Duluth, Minnesota, Fuhr Publishing and Printing Co., 1938.] 517 p.
Part I of this volume contains a study of Østerdalen and its inhabitants. Part 2 is a study of
emigration and conditions of life in America, with a long list of short biographies of immigrants. There is added a list of Østerdal soldiers in the European war.
Volume 11, 1940

Nilsen, Allan T. Svenskt i USA: Svenskt i New England, särskilt i New Britain - en kulturstudie. Gothenburg, Sweden, 1988. 126 pp.
“A sociological-historical study of the Swedes in New England, concentrating on New Britain, Connecticut.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Nilsen, Anne-Mette. “Løtenbrev i Amerika,” Lautin lokalhistorisk årbok for Løten (1996), Løten Historielag, I: 149-155, 1997. Title trans.: Løten letters in America.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Nilsen, Anne-Mette. “Til Amerika og hjem igjen.” Lautin. Lokalhistorisk årbok for Løten, 1991, I, 17: 99-100.
About emigrants to the United States who returned to Norway.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NILSEN, EVELYN. Buslett's Editorship of Normannen from 1894 to 1896. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12: 128-145 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

NILSEN, FRIDA R. Growing Up in the Old Parsonage. Lake Mills, Iowa, 1975. vi, 52 pp.
“Reminiscences of turn-of-the-century family life in a Norwegian-American parsonage in Scandinavia, Wisconsin.”
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

NILSEN, FRIDA R., tr. and ed. Letters of Longing: The Story of a Trans-Atlantic Courtship. Minneapolis, 1970. 135 p.
Love letters of the Reverend Ole Nilsen of Northwood, Iowa, and his future wife, who was still in Europe, 1881-1882.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

NILSEN, KARL GUSTAV. Østerdølenes saga. [Duluth, Minnesota, Fuhr Publishing & Printing Co., 1938.] 517 p.
Volume 12, 1941

Nilsen, Tom. “Kanadafeber. Utvandring fra Rjukan 1923-1927.” University of Bergen, 1994. 184 pp. Advanced thesis.
Canada fever: emigration from Rjukan, 1923-1927.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Nilsen, Tom. “På trappa til fattigforstanderens kontor -- om arbeiderbevegelsens syn på arbeidsledighet og utvandring i 1920-åra,” Heimen 1 (1995), 33-42; ill. Title trans.: On the stairway to the welfare office -- the labor movement’s view of joblessness and emigration in the 1920s.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NILSSON, FRED. Emigrationen från Stockholm til Nordamerika 1880-1893: En studie i urban utvandring. Uppsala, Sweden, 1970. 392 pp.
Emigration from Stockholm to North America, 1880-1893. A study in urban emigration.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

NILSSON, SVEIN. A Chronicler of Immigrant Life: Svein Nilsson’s Articles in Billed-Magazin, 1868-1870. Northfield, 1982. vii, 171 pp.
These articles were the first attempt to write the history of Norwegian immigration to America, and they have been much used by later historians. They are translated and introduced by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Ninetieth Anniversary of Lookout Lutheran Church, 1867-1957. Mondovi, Wisconsin, 1957. 4 p.
Volume 21, 1962

Nissedahle, Valley of Elves. Sons of Norway, 55:31 (February, 1958).
A historical sketch of the Norwegian-American museum near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
Volume 21, 1962

Nix, James R. “A Three-Dimensional Look at Adventism: Viewing Our Past through the Stereoscope,” Adventist Heritage (1991), 14(2): 22-27.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

NJAA, SVEND
Peder H. Nelson. 71 aars prestegjerning. Decorah-Posten, August 20, 1970.
A brief account of the work of a centenarian who has served as pastor, editor, and director of charities in Northwood, North Dakota.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

NJARDVIK, NJORDUR P. Vinlands-kartet, en forfalskning? Dagbladet (Oslo), September 12, 1969.
This article questions the validity of the Vinland map.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NlLSSON, FRED. Emigrationen från Stockholm till Nord Amerika 1830-1893. Stockholm, 1970. 391 p.
This Volume deals with emigration from Stockholm to the United States in the nineteenth century. It is the first Volume to be published in a research program, Sweden and America after 1860. Included is a summary in English.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

NOBLE, DAVID W. The Paradox of Progressive Thought. Minneapolis, 1958. viii, 272 p.
Thorstein Veblen is one of the progressives whose ideas are examined in this book.
Volume 20, 1959

NODTVEDT, MAGNUS. Rebirth of Norway’s Peasantry: Folk Leader Hans Nielsen Hauge. Tacoma, Washington, 1965. 305 p.
Reviewed in Decorah-Posten, November 9, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Nøkkentved, Christian D. “Migration in Nineteenth-Century Rural Denmark: The Case of Magleby Parish.” Scandinavian Studies, 59, 4: 389-403 (Autumn, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Norberg, Carl A. and Wayne D. Weed. “Sunken Schooner May Hold Secrets of the Sailing Era.” Inland Seas, 46, 1 (1990) 18-22.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

NORBORG, SVERRE. 60 selsomne år. Oslo, 1962. 284 p.
Autobiography of a Norwegian-American pastor and theologian.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

NORBORG, SVERRE. Det nye Amerika. Oslo, 1958.
A series of lectures about the “new America” by a Norwegian-American theologian and writer.
Volume 20, 1959

NORBORG, SVERRE. Det større Norge som heter utilytter-Norge. Nordisk Tidende, July 27, 1961.
An address about Norwegian Americans given at Gjøvik, Norway.
---------- 100 års minnet for pionerseilskuten “Sleipners” ankomst til Chicago. Nordisk Tidende, August 16, 1962.
The first Norwegian ship to arrive in Chicago.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

NORBORG, SVERRE. Glimt fra der norske Alaska. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 34: 201-202 (December, 1941).
The Norwegian contingent in Alaska, as glimpsed by the author.
Volume 13, 1943

NORBORG, SVERRE. Hans Nielsen Hauge. Oslo, 1966. 309 p.
A fresh interpretation of Norway’s great religious and lay leader.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

NORBORG, SVERRE. Norge i vesterled. Oslo, 1974. 100 pp.
A popular, profusely illustrated folkebok about Norwegians in America.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

NORD, SVERRE. A Logger's Odyssey. Caldwell, Idaho, 1943. 255 p.
Presented in the form of letters written in 1931-32, and covers "35 years in logging camps on the Columbia River and Puget Sound, - 25 years as logging superintendent."
Volume 15, 1949

Nordå, Hallvard. “Utvandringa til Amerika.” Gjesdal bygdebok, 3: 14-21 (1989).
Emigration from Gjesdal in Rogaland.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Nordahl, Per. De sålde sine penslar: om några svenska målare som emigrerade till USA. Stockholm, 1987. 134 pp.
They sold their brushes. About some Swedish contract painters who emigrated to the U.S.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

NORDBO, HALVOR. Coon Valley i Wisconsin. Årbok for Telemark, 89-100 (1972).
An account of the settling of a large Norwegian community in Wisconsin.
---------- Dei settlement som dei første Telemarkingar slo seg ned i. Årbok for Telemark, 74-88 (1972).
A discussion of the areas where the earliest immigrants from Telemark settled.
---------- Settlinga i omràdet omkring Park River, Walsh County, North Dakota. Årbok for Telemark, 101-111 (1972).
An account of the founding of a Norwegian community in North Dakota.
---------- Telemark I U.S.A. Årbok for Telemark, 46-56 (1972).
About Telemarkings in America.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Nordfjordlaget. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1929. Carl D. Kolset, ed. Decorah, Iowa, Posten press [1929].
60 p.
A year book.
Volume 5, 1930

Nordfjordlaget. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1931. Om Norges-færden og festligheterne i 1930.
Redaktion Carl D. Kolset, Sanborn, Minn. Sanborn, Minnesota, [1931] 66 p.
This yearbook contains mainly accounts of the 1930 Norwegian tours and the festivities in Norway in connection therewith. There are biographical sketches of Dr. O. K. Winberg and of S. G. Hauge.
Volume 7, 1933

Nordfjordlaget. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, tyveaars jubilæumsutgaven, 1930. n.p., 1930. 83 p.
Besides containing a twentieth-anniversary history of Nordfjordlaget by Carl D. Kolset, this yearbook also contains an article by L. M. Gimmestad on bygdelagsbevægelsen, biographical sketches and portraits of prominent members, news items, and the like.
Volume 6, 1931

Nordfjordlaget. Nordfjordlagets aarbok, tyveaars jubilæumsutgaven, 1930. n.p., 1930. 83 p.
Besides containing a twentieth-anniversary history of Nordfjordlaget by Carl D. Kolset, this yearbook also contains an article by L. M. Gimmestad on bygdelagsbevægelsen, biographical sketches and portraits of prominent members, news items, and the like.
Volume 6, 1931

Nordfjordlagets aarbok, 1932 og 1933. Carl D. Kolset, ed. Sanborn, Minnesota, 1933. 70 p.
This yearbook of Nordfjordlaget contains a biography of David Pederson Verlo by J. D. Korstad, a number of shorter biographies, a narrative of a trip to Norway, reports, and other material.
Volume 8, 1934

Nordic Emigration. Uppsala, Sweden, 1970.
A report of a research conference held at Uppsala in September, 1969, containing a review of problems related to sources, statistics, and theories of migration, especially in Sweden.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Nordisk Tidende, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hvem er hvem blandt norsk-amerikanerne.
Under this title Nordisk Tidende has published an irregular series of short biographies of prominent Norwegian-Americans constituting, to date, a "who's who" of some forty individuals. Numbers 36-38 appeared in the issue of January 15, 1931, and three biographies, not numbered, appeared in the issue of January 29th.
Volume 6, 1931

Nordisk Tidende, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hvem er hvem blandt norsk-amerikanerne.
Under this title Nordisk Tidende has published an irregular series of short biographies of prominent Norwegian-Americans constituting, to date, a "who's who" of some forty individuals. Numbers 36-38 appeared in the issue of January 15, 1931, and three biographies, not numbered, appeared in the issue of January 29th.
Volume 6, 1931

Nordisk Tidende, October 5, 1961.
A seventieth anniversary issue; it contains a history of this distinguished Brooklyn newspaper.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Nordisk Tidende, October 6, 1966.
This diamond jubilee issue includes stories about persons, institutions, and organizations among Norwegian Americans in New York.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NORDISK TIDENDE. Facts about the Norwegian American Colony in Brooklyn and Nordisk tidende. [Brooklyn, Arnesen Press, 1941]. 32 p.
Volume 14, 1944

Nordlie, Herman C. Concordia's pioneers. LUTHERAN HERALD, 15:967 (August 4, 1931).
Pioneers of Concordia college, Moorhead, Minnesota.
Volume 7, 1933

Nordmanns-Forbundet. Energisk avdeling - Nordmanns-Forbundet i New York 10 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:72 (March, 1957).
Nordmanns-Forbundet (The League of Norsemen) in New York celebrates its tenth anniversary.
---------- Femti års saga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50: 129-156 (June, 1957).
The history of Nordmanns-Forbundet through fifty years. This entire issue is dedicated to the fiftieth anniversary celebration of the society.
Volume 20, 1959

Nordmenn i Canada. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:76-77 (March-April, 1968).
Some 150,000 Norwegian immigrants have settled in Canada, mainly in the western provinces.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Nordstrom, Byron J. “1638-1988: A History Celebrated.” Sweden & America, 3-12, 23-31 (Spring, 1988).
Three hundreth anniversary of Swedes in America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NORDSTROM, BYRON J. Evelina Mansson and the Memoirs of an Urban Labor Migrant. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 182-195 (1980).
An analysis of the memoirs of a young Swedish woman who lived in Minneapolis between 1901 and 1907.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Nordstrom, Byron J., ed, Dictionary of Scandinavian History. Westport, Connecticut, 1986. xix, 703 pp.
A work “intended for the entrance level historian.”
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Nordstrom, Byron J., Yngve Turnesson and Mariann Tiblin, eds. “Swedish-American Bibiliography 1988.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 40, 4: 213-220 (October, 1989), and 41,4: 248-253 (October, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

NORELIUS, THEODORE A. Memories of Vilhelm Moberg at Chisago Lake. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 30: 53-59 (1979).
The Chisago Lake area in Minnesota is the locale of Moberg’s famous immigrant tetralogy.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

NORELUS, THEODORE A. ln the Land of Kichi Saga. Stillwater, Minnesota, 1973. 172 pp.
A series of brief narratives or recollections of life in and about Lindstrom, Minnesota, the scene of Vilhelm Moberg’s great pioneer epic.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Norfjor, H. M. Historiske minder. TRØNDERLAGETS AARBOK, 1929, p. 55-58.
Chicago recollections relating to Norwegian-American interests, written in 1926.
Volume 5, 1930

NORGORG, SVERRE. An American Saga. Minneapolis, 1970. 232 p.
A history of the Sons of Norway Association on the occasion of its seventy-fifth anniversary.
---------- Hans Nielsen Hauge 1804-1814. Oslo, 1970.
The second volume of a biography of the famous Norwegian religious leader. His followers founded Hauge’s Synod, 1875-1917, one of the largest church organizations established by Norwegians in America.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Norlie, O. M. Digtende trang. VISERGUTTEN, January 22, 29, 1931.
Professor Norlie employs the statistical method in evaluating current verse in the Norwegian-American press.
Volume 6, 1931

Norlie, O. M. Digtende trang. VISERGUTTEN, January 22, 29, 1931.
Professor Norlie employs the statistical method in evaluating current verse in the Norwegian-American press.
Volume 6, 1931

NORLIE, O. M. Eielsen Was First; a Bibliography. Northfield, Minnesota, 1942. 118 p. Lithoprinted.
---------- Elling Eielsen, a Brief History, Written for the Elling Eielsen Centennial, 1839-1939, Held at Norway, Illinois, June 21 to 23, 1940. [Joliet, Illinois, C. H. Peterson Co.], 1940. 39 p.
---------- Prominent Personalities; WCAL Radio Talks. Northfield, Minnesota, Saint Olaf College School of the Air, 1942. 158 p. mimeo.
These are mainly men important in the Norwegian Lutheran church bodies in the United States.
Volume 13, 1943

NORLIE, O. M. Elling Eielsen Bibliography. Visergutten, February 23-April 13, 1939.
A valuable bibliography, listing books and articles bearing on the life and activity of Eielsen and on early Norwegian-American church history.
Volume 11, 1940

NORLIE, O. M. Lars Lillehei. Minneapolis, Lutheran Free Church Publishing Co., 1943. [1944.] 24 p.
Volume 14, 1944

Norlie, O. M. The Norwegian heritage. SKANDINAVENS ALMANAK-KALENDER, 1932,
p.72-79.
Volume 7, 1933

NORLIE, O. M. The Norwegians are pioneers; we can not have too many of them. Norwegian contribution to progress of America reviewed. Nordisk tidende, February 28, 1933, p. 16.
An address delivered by Dr. Norlie before "Det norske selskab," Brooklyn, New York, February 21, 1933.
Volume 8, 1934

NORLIE, OLAF M. Six Generations of Gunder A. Bonhus. Northfield, 1958. 258 p.
Mimeographed.
Volume 20, 1959

NORLIE, OLAF MORGAN. After Supper; a List of the Published Writings. Northfield, 1944. 2 vols.
--------- He Made Good; a Centennial Sketch of Ole Halvorson Norlie, 1845-1896, A Norwegian-American Pioneer. Northfield, 1945. 87 p.
--------- Ho ga te me (She Gave to Me); a Centennial Sketch of Martha Karolina (Juel) Norlie, 1846-1918, a Norwegian-American Pioneer. Northfield, 1946. 201 p.
---------- Norwegian-Americana Papers, 1847-1946. Northfield, 1946. 37 p.
Volume 15, 1949

NORLIE, OLAF MORGAN. Norliana Reserved. Northfield, 1951. 334 p. Mimeographed.
Norlie genealogy.
Volume 18, 1954

NORLIE, OLAF MORGAN. Norlie-Bonhus Family Tree. 1949. 4 vol.
Volume 16, 1950

NORMAN CARL. Hanna Astrup Larsen. Urd, April 27, 1949.
Volume 16 , 1950

NORMAN, AMANDUS
Nina Draxten. Dr. Amandus Norman. Minnesota Posten, November 24, December 1, 8, 1966.
Sketch of Amandus Norman, minister in the Nora Free Christian Church, Hanska, Minnesota.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Norman, Amandus. Kristofer Janson: as man, poet, and religious reformer. Proceedings of the
Unitarian historical society, vol. 2, pt. 2, p.2l-40 (1932).
Reprinted also as a separate, n.p. [1932] 20p. There is a foreword by Frederick M. Eliot. The article is a biographical treatment of Kristofer Janson, Norwegian author, founder and pastor of a Norwegian Unitarian congregation in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the nineties, pastor of a similar church in Hanska, Minnesota, and editor and publisher of Saamanden, a liberal periodical of the same period, issued in Minneapolis. The author of the article is the late Amandus Norman, who succeeded Kristofer Janson as pastor of the Unitarian churches in Minneapolis and Hanska.
Volume 7, 1933

NORMAN, CARL. Et halvsekels kulturvirke. Nordsmanns-Forbundet, 53:205-207 (August, September, 1960).
The American-Scandinavian Foundation celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 21, 1962

Norman, Hans and Harald Runblom. Transatlantic Connections: Nordic Migration to the New World After 1800. Oslo, 1988. 335 pp.
“The interaction of an immigrant cultural heritage with an evolving American environment . . . the broad Nordic perspective offers for the first time a comprehensive comparative analysis of the transoceanic movement from the five Nordic Countries.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Norman, Hans and Harald Rundblom. Transatlantic Connections: Nordic Migration to the New World after 1800. Oslo [1988]. 335 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

NORMANNA, TEXAS
Beck, Magnus. A Festival of Jubilee, 1912-1962: Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, December 30, 1962. 8 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

Nornborg, John. Balgaardslegten fra Verdalen. TRØNDERLAGETS AARBOK, 1929, p. 44-52.
A genealogy of the Balgaard family.
Volume 5, 1930

NORNBORG, JOHN. Gauldalskolonien ved Hendricks, Minnesota. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1933, p. 79-
90.
Immigrants from Gauldal, Norway, who founded a colony at Hendricks, Minnesota.
----------Trønderlaget i America gjennem femogtyve aar. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1933, p. 31-71.
A history of Trønderlaget during the past twenty-five years.
Volume 8, 1934

NORRÖNA SKETCHBOOK: Drawings and Poems on Subjects from the Norse Mythology. Decorah, Iowa, 1974. 52 pp.
Drawings by Bev Ulsrud Van Berkom, poems by Sonja Ulsaker Peterson, calligraphy by Pamela Kay Nerhus. The book was published by the Norwegian-American Museum.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Norse Folk Songs in America. Sons of Norway, 53 : 193 (October, 1956).
A brief review of an unpublished doctor’s thesis done at the University of North Dakota by Olav E. Eidbo, dealing with Norse folk songs.
Volume 20, 1959

Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook. Stavanger, 1989. 163 pp.
Published by the Norwegian Emigration Center, Stavanger. Some of the eleven articles were delivered as papers at the Norwegian Emigration Festival held in Stavanger in June, 1986. The contents are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Norse Heritage Volume II. Stavanger, 1991. 175 pp.
Published by the Norwegian Emigration Center, Stavanger. Twelve articles which are listed individually by authors in the following section on articles.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Norse Home” i Seattle. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50 :243-247 (October, 1957).
An old people’s home is built by Norwegians in Seattle.
Volume 20, 1959

NORSE, TEXAS
Program Celebrating 90th Birthday of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church of Norse and Dedication of New Parish Hall, June 28, 1959. 10 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

Norseman Creek. En gammel, merkelig beretning fra “Norseman Creek” på Newfoundland. Nordisk Tidende, November 7, 1963.
A Massachusetts fisherman tells of his grandfather’s finding Viking ruins at Norseman Creek.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norseman Nobel Chemist. Norseman, no. 6, p. 172-174 (1968).
Dr. Lars Onsager of Yale University is the first Norwegian-born scientist to be given the coveted award.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norsk Biografisk Leksikon, vol. 4, 1929.
This volume contains the biographies of Fredrik Herman Gade (1871-), Norwegian diplomat and formerly a citizen of the United States, and of Nicolai Andreas Grevstad (1851-), Norwegian-American publicist, formerly editor of Nordvesten, St. Paul, Minnesota, and of Skandinaven, Chicago, which latter position he filled eminently for a long period: 1892-1911. Grevstad was for a time United States minister to Uruguay and Paraguay. He has recently resumed the editorship of Skandinaven.
Volume 6, 1931

Norsk Biografisk Leksikon, vol. 4, 1929.
This volume contains the biographies of Fredrik Herman Gade (1871-), Norwegian diplomat and formerly a citizen of the United States, and of Nicolai Andreas Grevstad (1851-), Norwegian-American publicist, formerly editor of Nordvesten, St. Paul, Minnesota, and of Skandinaven, Chicago, which latter position he filled eminently for a long period: 1892-1911. Grevstad was for a time United States minister to Uruguay and Paraguay. He has recently resumed the editorship of Skandinaven.
Volume 6, 1931

Norsk er populær: Voksenundervisning i Los Angeles-forstad. Decorah-Posten, August 1, 1963.
Evening course in Norwegian at Van Nuys, California.
Norske-kirken i San Pedro jubilerer. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:280 (December, 1961).
Twentieth anniversary celebration of a church in San Pedro, California.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norsk i Amerika. En historie om innvandring, Hamar, Lillehammer, Gjøvik. Hamar, Norway, 1989. 64 pp.
Catalog of the exhibition, “Norsk i Amerika,” held in Hamar, Lillehammer and Gjøvik in 1989, with 62 illustrations, several in color, of the objects and photographs in the exhibition. Articles on Norwegian-American folk art, paintings and drawings, and three pioneer photographers, Andreas Dahl, Herbjørn Gausta and Per Mæhlum.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Norsk runeekspert tar avstand fra Alf Monges og Landsverks teorier. Nordisk Tidende, January 11, 1968.
Aslak Liestøl, a runologist at the University of Oslo, attacks the authenticity of the Kensington runestone.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NORSK SKIPSKAPTEIN FORTELLER. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 85-90 (April, 1942).
A trip from Norway to New York of a different sort from the days of the sailboats. This time a Norwegian captain tells the story, and the conditions are those of war. The trip covers the period January 10, 1940-August 16, 1941.
Volume 13, 1943

Norsk-amerikaner hedret for enestående biografisk arkiv. Nordisk Tidende, March 13, 1969.
Andrew A. Rowberg was presented the first Distinguished Service Award by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norsk-amerikaner skal bygge verdens største sivile jetfly. Decorah-Posten, March 23, 1967.
Sketch of Sofus Torget, production director at the Boeing plant, Everett, Washington.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norsk-amerikaner styrte lunar orbiter paa ferden rundt maanen. Decorah-Posten, April 6, 1967.
Bjarne Slind (Kjøsmess) is an engineer with Boeing and a photographer of the surface of the moon.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norsk-amerikaner, som har “struck oil” i California, vil sikre seg noen blokker for boring etter olje i Nordsjøen. Nordisk Tidende, July 21, 1966.
Johann Peder Rinde, president of an oil company in California, is confident of finding oil in the North Sea.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norskamerikanere på besøk heime i Eide i 1914.” Eide-Minne, Eide Historielag 1998, I: 30-41. Title trans.: Norwegian Americans on a visit home to Eide in 1914.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Norsk-amerikansk mannskor fra Sioux Valley har vært på vellykket norgestur. Nordisk Tidende, July 25, 1963.
Interview with Erling Stone, vice-president of the Norwegian Singers’ Association of America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norske settlementer i Texas. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 71: 124-125 (1978).
Norwegian settlements in Texas.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Norskedalen: 'Wisconsins svar på Maihaugen?'" Nordmanns-Forbundet, 14-15 (1, 1983). Photographs by Per Krussand.
An outdoor museum near Coon Valley, Wisconsin, which aims to recreate a Norwegian pioneer homestead.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Norskfødt Nobelprisvinner: Kjemikeren Lars Onsager. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 254 (November, 1968).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norstad, Lauris. Fra Stavanger via Red Wing til NATO. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 49: 128 (June, 1956).
An article about General Norstad and his ancestors.
Volume 20, 1959

NORTH DAKOTA QUARTERLY, Autumn, 1981.
This special issue of the journal, edited by Playford V. Thorson, is devoted to the Norwegians in North Dakota, and contains articles by Barry Hogan, Duane R. Lindberg, Odd S. Lovoll, Playford V. Thorson, and Eric Luther Williamson.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

NORTH DAKOTA
J. P. Hertsgaard. Nybyggerhistorie fra Sheyenne River Dalen. Hallingen, June, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of community)

NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA
Hong, Edna. The Book of a Century: History of St. John’s Lutheran Church. 1969. 130 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

NORTHWOOD, NORTH DAKOTA. Ebenezer Lutheran Church. Golden Anniversary, 1900-1950. Northwood, North Dakota, 1950. 52 p.
Volume 18, 1954

NORTON, H. WILBERT, et al. Diamond Jubilee Story of the Evangelical Free Church of America. Minneapolis, 1959. 335 p.
Volume 21, 1962

Norway in America/Four exhibitions invited from Vesterheim for showing in Hamar/Lillehammer/Gjøvik/May 13-August 25 1989. Decorah, Iowa. 108 pp.
A lavishly illustrated catalog with essays by Marion Nelson, “Folk and Decorative Arts Before 1970,” “Folk and Decorative Arts After 1970,” and “Painting and Drawing 1860-1960” as well as an essay, “The Photography of Andrew Dahl,” by Darrell Henning and David Mandel.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

NORWAY- KGL. NORSK GENERALKONSULATS KO-ORDINASJONS OG REGISTERINGSKONTOR. Sirkulære til norske institusjoner i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 35: 204-205 (August, 1942).
Reprint of a circular from the Norwegian consulate and registration office to Norwegian institutions in the United States.
Volume 13, 1943

Norway’s Food Exports to USA Gain by Successful Merger. Norwegian American Commerce, November-December, 1966.
The Haram-Christensen Corporation in New York is the largest distributor in the United States of specialty foods from Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NORWEGIAN AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Forty Years of NACC, 1915-1955. (Norwegian American Commerce, vol. 17, no. 10-October, 1955).
This special issue of the chamber’s regular monthly periodical contains several articles on the history of the organization.
Volume 19, 1956

Norwegian aristocrat took Chippewa maid as mate. Ludwig Motzfeldt one of the most eccentric squawmen of this section; county treasurer. Antigo (Wis.) daily journal, April 4, 1933, p. 8.
Ludwig Motzfeldt (1847-1928) was born in Norway and emigrated to America as a young man, settling in Wisconsin. His widow has furnished the information that forms the basis of this article. Motzfeldt died at Odanah, Wisconsin, on the Bad River reservation.
Volume 8, 1934

Norwegian Baker’s Son Heads World’s Largest Utility Service: Haakon Ingolf Romnes. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:74 (April, 1967).
Sketch of the chief executive of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NORWEGIAN ENGINEERS’ SOCIETY OF NEW YORK, INC. Norwegian Engineers’ Society of New York Silver Anniversary Dinner, January 28, 1950. New York, 1950. 59 p.
Included is material on the history of the society.
Volume 17, 1952

NORWEGIAN GROVE TOWNSHIP, OTTER TAIL COUNTY, MINNESOTA. NORTH IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH. The Seventieth Anniversary of North Immanuel Lutheran Church, Norwegian Grove Township, Otter Tail County, Minn., and the Sixtieth Anniversary of Grove Lake Lutheran Church, Scambler Township, Otter Tail County, Minn.; Published on the Occasion of the Seventieth Anniversary of North Immanuel, June 15-17, 1941, and the Sixtieth Anniversary of Grove Lake, June 19-22, 1941. N.p., 1941. [20] p.
The historical sketch is written by the Reverend E. O. Stenson.
Volume 12, 1941

Norwegian immigrant letters. WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY, 15:356--369 (March,
1932).
Three letters written by Anders and Ole Jensen Stortroen from Pierce County, Wisconsin, from 1857 to 1862, and sent to Drammen, Norway, translated into English for publication by Paul B. Bjerkeng. Anders Stortroen immigrated in 1857, hence the letters follow immediately upon his arrival. Conditions are described as to work, wages, prices, weather, and so forth. In 1858 wheat was 50 cents, corn 25 cents, and oats 15 cents; butter was 10 cents. In 1862 A. J. Stortroen had bought 160 acres for $200 with a year to pay. The author's knowledge concerning the civil war is hazy.
Volume 7, 1933

Norwegian Immigrants . . . in the Confederate Army. Sons of Norway Viking, 71:362-363 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Norwegian language. Harvard-Professor Einar Haugen om dagens norske Amerika, fremtids-prospekter, norsk ved Harvard. Nordisk Tidende, September 16, 1965.
The position of Norwegian in America’s academic world and the language controversy in Norway; an interview with Niels J. Murer of Aftenposten.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH OF AMERICA. CENTENNIAL COMMISSION. The Centennial Commemoration; a Series of Papers Commemorating the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. Vol. 1, no. 1-3, August-September, 1943. Minneapolis, 1943. 37 p.
The first number is Gullixson, T. F.: "Centennial Address at Old Muskego." See also GULLIXSON.
Volume 15, 1949

Norwegian societies. Den norske fiskeklub. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:249-251 (December, 1964).
San Francisco’s Norwegian fish club through fifty years.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

NORWEGIAN SYNOD OF THE AMERICAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Faith of Our Fathers: A Centennial Volume. Mankato, Minnesota, 1953. 207 p.
This Norwegian Synod separated from the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America in 1918. The book contains an introduction; Biographical Sketches; Doctrinal Articles; Historical Articles.
Volume 18, 1954

NORWEGIAN SYNOD OF THE AMERICAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Grace for Grace, Brief History of the Norwegian Synod, Published in Grateful Commemoration of the Ninetieth Anniversary of Its Founding in the Year Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-three and the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Its Reorganization in Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen as the Norwegian Synod of the American Evangelical Lutheran Church. Mankato, Minnesota, Lutheran Synod Book Company, 1943. 211 p.
Foreword signed by S. C. Ylvisaker, chief editor, Chr. Anderson, and G. O. Lillegard.
Volume 14, 1944

Norwegian Texans, The. San Antonio, 1970. 32 p.
This pamphlet is one of a series published by the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures. Illustrated.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Norwegian Texans: The Norwegian Migration to Texas.” The Norseman, 36-38 (2, 1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Norwegian.American historical association. Norwegian-American studies and records, vol. 6.
Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1931. 191 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Norwegians in the Selkirk settlement, by Paul
Knaplund; Claus L. Clausen, pioneer pastor and settlement promoter, illustrative documents
translated and edited by Carlton C. Qualey; Lars Davidson Reque, pioneer, by A. Sophie
Bøe; A pioneer pastor's journey to Dakota in 1861, by Abraham Jacobson, translated by J. N.
Jacobson; The campaign of the Illinois central railroad for Norwegian and Swedish
immigrants, by Paul W. Gates; Norwegians at the Indian forts on the Missouri River during
the seventies, by Einar Haugen; The convention riot at Benson Grove, Iowa, in 1876, by
Laurence M. Larson; Bjørnson's reaction to emigration, by Arne Odd Johnsen; Alexander
Corstvet and Anthony M. Rud, Norwegian-American novelists, by Albert O. Barton; The
Norwegian-American historical museum, by Knut Gjerset; Norwegian migration to America
before the civil war, by Brynjolf J. Hovde; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-
American history, II, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield. The book contains illustrations and
portraits and there are lists of officers and of the publications of the Association. Mr. Hovde's article is a review of Mr. Blegen's book: Norwegian migration to America, 1825-1860. Reviewed by D. G. Ristad in Skandinaven, April 8, 1932, p. 4.
Volume 7, 1933

Norwegian-American Civil War P.O.Ws. Sons of Norway Viking, 70:304-305, 324 (1973).
The experience of P.O.W.s in Confederate prisons.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Norwegian-American dictionary. Ny norsk-amerikansk ordbog. Decorah-Posten, October 10, 1963.
From a news story in Aftenposten (Oslo) about Einar Haugen’s projected Norwegian dictionary.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norwegian-American Engineers Celebrate. Minnesota Posten, January 16, 1969.
Account of a fortieth anniversary celebration by a technical society.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Det norsk-amerikanske historielag fylder 40 aar. Decorah-Posten, September 2, 1965.
Evaluation of the book production, over forty years, of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, and a review of Norwegian-American Studies,
Volume 22.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Hatten av for historielaget. Nordisk Tidende, January 9, 1964.
Evaluation of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- Historielaget videre frem. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:36 (February, 1962).
Report of publications and plans of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian American Studies and Records, vol. 17. Northfield, 1952. 185 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: The Struggle over Norwegian, by Einar Haugen; Brother Ebben in His Native Country, by Oystein Ore; Norwegian Gold Seekers in the Rockies, by Kenneth Bjork; Søren Jaabæk, Americanizer in Norway, a Study in Cultural Interchange, by Franklin D. Scott; First Sagas in the New World, a Study of the Beginnings of Norwegian-American Literature, by Gerald H. Thorson; Controlled Scholarship and Productive Nationalism, by Franklin D. Scott; The Second Twenty-five Years, by Theodore C. Blegen; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XIII, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
Volume 18, 1954

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 20. Northfield, 1959.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Ibsen in America, by Einar Haugen; Still More Light on the Kendall Colony: A Unique Slooper Letter, by Mario S. De Pillis; A Texas Manifesto: A Letter from Mrs. Elise Wærenskjold, translated and edited by Clarence A. Clausen; History and Sociology, by Peter A. Munch; Beating to Windward, by Otto M. Bratrud, edited by Sverre Arestad; Pioneering in Alaska, by Knute L. Gravem; Marcus Thrane in Christiania: Unpublished Letters from 1850-51, translated and edited by Waldemar Westergaard; A Centenary of Norwegian Studies in American Institutions of Learning, by Hedin Bronner; Elizabeth Fedde’s Diary, 1883-88, translated and edited by Beulah Folkedahl; The Content of Studies and Records, volumes 1-20, compiled by Helen Thane Katz; «With Great Price,» by John M. Gaus; Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-American History, XVI, compiled by Clarence A. Clausen.
Volume 21, 1962

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 19. Northfield, 1956.
The contents of this volume are as follows: The Immigrant Image of America, by Theodore C. Blegen; Boyesen and the Norwegian Immigration, by Clarence A. Glasrud; Norwegian Forerunners among the Early Mormons, by William Mulder, “Snowshoe” Thompson: Fact and Legend, by Kenneth Bjork; Norwegian-Danish Methodism on the Pacific Coast, by Arlow William Andersen; A Quest for Norwegian Folk Art in America, by Tora Bøhn; The Trials of an Immigrant: The Journal of Ole K. Trovatten, translated and edited by Clarence A. Clausen; Norwegian Emigrants with University Training, 1830-1880, by Oystein Ore; Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-American History, XV, compiled by Clarence A. Clausen.
Volume 20, 1959

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 18. Northfield, 1954. 252 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Norwegian Migration to America, by Einar Haugen; Rasmus B. Anderson, Pioneer and Crusader, by Paul Knaplund; Early Norwegian Settlement in the Rockies, by Kenneth Bjork; A Little More Light on the Kendall Colony, by Richard Canuteson; Segregation and Assimilation of Norwegian Settlements in Wisconsin, by Peter A. Munch; The Novels of Peer Strømme, by Gerald Thorson; Norwegian-American Bygdelags and Their Publications, by Jacob Hodnefield; Some Re cent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XIV, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
Volume 19, 1956

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 16. Northfield, 1950. 218 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Hvistendahl’s Mission to San Francisco, 1870-75, by Kenneth Bjork; Oregon and Washington Territory in the 1870’s, as Seen through the Eyes of a Pioneer Pastor, by Nora O. Solum; From the Prairie to Puget Sound, by O. B. Iverson, edited by Sverre Arestad; Life in the Klondike and Alaska Gold Fields, letters translated and edited by C. A. Clausen; From the Klondike to the Kougarok, by Carl L. Lokke; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XII, compiled by Jacob Hodnefleld.
Volume 17, 1952

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 15. Northfield, 1949. 238 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: A Norwegian-American Pioneer Ballad, by Einar Haugen; Our Vanguard, a Pioneer Play in Three Acts, with Prologue and Epilogue, by Arleen Berger Buetow; An Immigrant's Advice on America, Some Letters of Soren Bache, trans-fated and edited by C. A. Clausen; Lincoln and the Union, a Study the Editorials of Emigranten and Fædrelandet, by Arlow W. Andersen; Thorstein Veblen and St. Olaf College, a Croup of Letters by Thorbjørn N. Mohn, edited by Kenneth Bjork; Kristian Prestgard, an Appreciation, by Henriette C. K. Naeseth; Julius B. Baumann, a Biographical Sketch, by John Heitmann; Erik L. Petersen, by Jacob Hodnefield; Scandinavia, Wisconsin, by Alfred O. Erickson; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, XI, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield; Notes and Documents: Norway, Maine, by Walter W. Wright.
Volume 16 1950

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 14. Northfield, 1944. 263 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: A Migration of Skills, by Kenneth Bjørk; An Immigrant Exploration of the Middle West in 1839, a Letter by Johannes Johansen and Søren Bache, translated by the Verdandi Study Club; An Immigrant Shipload of 1840, by C. A. Clausen; Behind the Scenes of Emigration, a Series of Letters from the 1840's, by Johan R. Reiersen, translated by Carl O. Paulson and the Verdandi Study Club, edited by Theodore C. Blegen; The Ballad of Oleana, a Verse Translation, by Theodore C. Blegen; Knud Langeland, Pioneer Editor, by Arlow W. Andersen; Memories from Perry Parsonage, by Clara Jacobson; When America Called for Immigrants, by Halvdan Koht; the Norwegian Lutheran Academies, by B. H. Narveson; Pioneering on the Technical Front, a Story Told in America Letters, by Kenneth Bjørk; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, X, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield; Notes and Documents: Karel Hansen Toll, by A. N. Rygg.
Volume 15, 1949

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 13. Northfield, 1943. 203 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Pioneers in Dakota Territory, 1879-89, edited by Henry H. Bakken; An Official Report on Norwegian and Swedish Immigration, 1870, by A. Lewenhaupt, with a foreword by Theodore C. Blegen; Memories from Little Iowa Parsonage, by Caroline Mathilde Koren Naeseth, translated and edited by Henriette C. K. Naeseth; A Norwegian Schoolmaster Looks at America, an America letter translated and edited by C. A. Clausen; A Singing Church, by Paul Maurice Glasoe; A Norwegian Settlement in Missouri, by A. N. Rygg; Carl G. Barth, 1860-1939, a sketch, by Florence M. Manning; Pioneering on the Pacific Coast, by John Storseth, with a foreword by Einar Haugen; Materials in the National Archives relating to the Scandinavian Countries; The Norwegians in America, by Halvdan Koht; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, IX, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield; Norway, Maine, by Halvdan Koht.
------------President's Report for the Triennium Ended December 31,1941. [Northfield, 1942.] 20p.
Volume 14, 1944

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 12. Northfield, Minnesota, 1941. 203 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Norwegian-American Surnames, by Marjorie M. Kimmerle; Norwegian Folk Narrative in America, by Ella Valborg Rølvaag; A Journey to America in the Fifties, by Clara Jacobson; James Denoon Reymert and the Norwegian Press, by Martin L. Reymert; Recollections of a Norwegian Pioneer in Texas, by Knudt Olson
Hastvedt, translated and edited by C. A. Clausen; Norwegian Clubs in Chicago, by Birger Osland; Buslett's Editorship of Normannen from 1894 to 1896, by Evelyn Nilsen; Ole Edvart Rølvaag, by John Heitmann; Ole Evinrude and the Outboard Motor, by Kenneth Bjørk; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, VIII, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
Volume 13, 1943

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, vol. 11. Northfield, Minnesota, 1940. 183 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: A Doll's House on the Prairie, the First Ibsen Controversy in America, by Arthur C. Paulson and Kenneth Bjørk; Scandinavian Students at Illinois State University, by Henry O. Evjen; Stephen O. Himoe, Civil War Physician, by E. Biddle Heg; A Pioneer Church Library, by H. F. Swansen; Norwegian Emigration to America during the Nineteenth Century, by Ingrid Gaustad Semmingsen; Jørgen Gjerdrum's Letters from America, 1874-75, by Carlton C. Qualey; The Introduction of Domesticated Reindeer into Alaska, by Arthur S. Peterson; The Unknown Rølvaag, Secretary in the Norwegian-American Historical Association, by Kenneth Bjørk; The Sources of the Rølvaag Biography, by Nora O. Solum; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, VII, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
Volume 12, 1941

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies and
Records,
vol. 10. Northfield, Minnesota, 1938. 201 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Language and Immigration, by Einar Haugen; Two
Early Norwegian Dramatic Societies in Chicago, by Napier Wilt and Henriette C. Koren Naeseth; A School and Language Controversy in 1858, a Documentary Study, translated and edited by Arthur C. Paulson and Kenneth Bjørk; A Newcomer Looks at American Colleges, translated and edited by Karen Larsen; The Norwegian Quakers of Marshall County, Iowa, by H. F. Swansen; The Main Factors in Rølvaag's Authorship, by Theodore Jorgenson; Magnus Swenson, Inventor and Chemical Engineer, by Olaf Hougen; Some Recent Publications relating to Norwegian-American History, VI, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
Volume 11, 1940

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American studies and records, vol. 9. Northfield, Minnesota, 1936. 131 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Immigration and puritanism, by Marcus L. Hansen; Svein Nilsson, pioneer Norwegian-American historian, by D. G. Ristad; The Sugar Creek settlement in Iowa, by H. F. Swansen; Pioneer town building in the West, an America letter written by Frithjof Meidell at Springfield, Illinois, in 1855, translated with a foreword by Clarence A. Clausen; A Typical Norwegian settlement, Spring Grove, Minnesota, by Carlton C. Qualey; Marcus Thrane in America, some unpublished letters from 1880-1884, translated and edited by Waldemar Westergaard; The Missouri flood of 1881, by Halvor B. Hustvedt, translated by Katherine Hustvedt; The Collection and preservation of sources, by Laurence M. Larson; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, V, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield.
---------- A review and a challenge. Northfield, Minnesota, 1938. 33 p.
This pamphlet sets forth the organization, accomplishments, and program of the association. The preface is signed by Arthur Andersen, president, and Theodore C. Blegen and Kenneth Bjork collaborated in its preparation.
Volume 10, 1938

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American studies and records, vol. 8. Northfield, Minnesota, 1934. 176 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Teller Grundysen and the beginnings of Norwegian-American fiction, by Laurence M. Larson; The Seventeenth of May in mid-Atlantic: Ole Rynning's emigrant song, translated and edited by Theodore C. Blegen and Martin B. Ruud; Johannes Nordboe and Norwegian immigration, an "America letter" of 1857, edited by Arne Odd Johnsen; The First migration into Texas: four "America letters," translated and edited by Lyder L. Unstad; Norwegian-Americans and Wisconsin politics in the forties, by Bayrd Still; The Emigrant journey in the fifties, by Karl E. Erickson, edited by Albert O. Barton; The Political position of Emigranten in the election of 1852, a documentary article by Harold M. Tolo; The Editorial policy of Skandinaven, 1900-1903, by Agnes M. Larson; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, IV, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield; Fort Thompson in the eighties, a communication by P. J. Reinertsen.
Volume 9, 1936

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American studies and records, vol. 7. Northfield, Minnesota, 1933. 139p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: Social aspects of prairie pioneering --- the reminiscences of a pioneer pastor's wife, by Mrs. R. O. Brandt; The Fraser River gold rush, an immigrant letter of 1858, translated and edited by C. A. Clansen; O. E. Rølvaag, Norwegian-American, by Einar I. Haugen; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, III, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield; A hunt for Norwegian-American records, by Carlton C. Qualey; Ole Edvart Rølvaag, 1876-1931, in memoriam, by Julius E. Olson; Roll of members.
Volume 8, 1934

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 21. Northfield, 1962. 311 p.
The contents of this
Volume are listed individually in the section on articles.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 22. Northfield, 1965.
Contents of this
Volume are listed individually in the section on articles.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian-American Studies, vol. 23. Northfield, Minnesota, 1967. 256 p.
Contents of this Volume are listed individually in the section on articles.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Studies and Records, vol. 4. Northfield, Minnesota, 1929.
159 p.
---------- Travel and Description Series, vol. 3. See Ræder, Ole Munch.
Volume 5, 1930

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Studies and records, vol. 5. Northfield, Minnesota, 1930. 152 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: An early Norwegian fur trader of the Canadian northwest, by Hjalmar R. Holand; Immigrant women and the American frontier: three early "America letters," translated and edited by Theodore C. Blegen; From New York to Wisconsin in 1844, by Johan Gasmann, translated and edited by Carlton C. Qualey; Social and economic aspects of pioneering as illustrated in Goodhue County, Minnesota, by Theodore Nydahl; Norwegian-American fiction, 1880-1928, by Aagot H. Hoidahl; Bjørnson and the Norwegian-Americans, 1880-81, by Arthur C. Paulson; The beginnings of St. Olaf College, by I. F. Grose; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield. The volume concludes with lists of officers, members, and publications of the association.
Volume 6, 1931

Norwegian-American Historical Association. Studies and records, vol. 5. Northfield, Minnesota, 1930. 152 p.
The contents of this volume are as follows: An early Norwegian fur trader of the Canadian northwest, by Hjalmar R. Holand; Immigrant women and the American frontier: three early "America letters," translated and edited by Theodore C. Blegen; From New York to Wisconsin in 1844, by Johan Gasmann, translated and edited by Carlton C. Qualey; Social and economic aspects of pioneering as illustrated in Goodhue County, Minnesota, by Theodore Nydahl; Norwegian-American fiction, 1880-1928, by Aagot H. Hoidahl; Bjørnson and the Norwegian-Americans, 1880-81, by Arthur C. Paulson; The beginnings of St. Olaf College, by I. F. Grose; Some recent publications relating to Norwegian-American history, compiled by Jacob Hodnefield. The volume concludes with lists of officers, members, and publications of the association.
Volume 6, 1931

Norwegian-American Historical Museum Observes 80th Anniversary. Sons of Norway, 54: 165 (September, 1957).
A brief historical sketch of the museum at Decorah.
Volume 20, 1959

Norwegian-American Historical Museum to Name Board. Minnesota Posten, September 12, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norwegian-American Museum Is New Name for Old Museum. Minnesota Posten, February 14, 1964.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Norwegian-American Technical Journal, Chicago. The pioneers.
A series of short biographies of men of Norse origin who are prominent in the technical field. The series was begun in the issue of March, 1929, and has been continued at intervals, installment number five appearing in the issue of August, 1930. Portraits accompany the articles.
Volume 6, 1931

Norwegian-American Technical Journal, Chicago. The pioneers.
A series of short biographies of men of Norse origin who are prominent in the technical field. The series was begun in the issue of March, 1929, and has been continued at intervals, installment number five appearing in the issue of August, 1930. Portraits accompany the articles.
Volume 6, 1931

Notes (On the History of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study). Scandinavian Studies, 32:50-56 (February, 1960).
Volume 21, 1962

NOVOTNY, ANN. Strangers at the Door. Riverside, Connecticut, 1972. 160 pp.
A vivid account of immigrant arrivals at the old Castle Garden and at Ellis Island in New York.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Numedal, Kongsberg og Omegn Lag. Aarbok no. 2 for 1930. [Decorah, Iowa] 1930. 75, 79 p.
The first half of this publication is a general yearbook of the organization, and the second half is a Numedals-afdeling. In both sections are biographies, genealogical information, portraits, anecdotes, and news.
Volume 6, 1931

Numedal, Kongsberg og Omegn Lag. Aarbok no. 2 for 1930. [Decorah, Iowa] 1930. 75, 79 p.
The first half of this publication is a general yearbook of the organization, and the second half is a Numedals-afdeling. In both sections are biographies, genealogical information, portraits, anecdotes, and news.
Volume 6, 1931

Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag. Aarbok no. 3, 1931. Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing
company, 1931. 88, 78 p.
The first 88 pages constitute a Kongsberg section and the last 78 pages a Numedal section. Each part is made up of news, announcements, short historical sketches, biographies, genealogies, portraits, and so forth.
Volume 7, 1933

Numedal, Kongsberg og Omegn Lag. Aarbok no. I for Numedal, Kongsberg og Omegn Lag for 1929.
[Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company, 1929] 94 p.
The first year book of this new society.
Volume 5, 1930

NUMEDAL, KONGSBERG OG OMEGN LAG. Aarbok, no. 4, 1932. 72, 68 p.
This yearbook contains short historical and biographical sketches, with correspondence, news, and so forth. The last part is a Numedals-avdeling.
Volume 8, 1934

NUMEDALSLAGET. Numedalslagets festskrift, 1908-1933. Numedalslaget gjennem fem og tyve aar.
n.p., n.d. 32 p.
This jubilee number celebrates the founding of Numedalslaget and tells its history during the twenty-five years of its existence. There are several contributors. Included is an account by O. O. Enestvedt of a snowstorm of 1873 in the Minnesota River valley.
Volume 8, 1934

NÜTEMAA, VILHO et al., eds. Old Friends - Strong Ties, Vaasa, Finland, 1976. 349 pp.
A collection of studies dealing with Finnish migration to America and the role the Finns have played in this country.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

NYBYGGERLIV PAA PRÆRIEN; EN FORTÆLLING FRA NYBYGGERTIDEN I NEBRASKA.
Decorah-posten og ved arnen, February 22, 1938, and continuation.
A novel of pioneering life in Nebraska.
Volume 10, 1938

Nydahl, Theodore L. Social and economic aspects of pioneering as illustrated in Goodhue County, Minnesota. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:50-60 (1930).
Life among Norwegian immigrants in Goodhue County, principally during two decades following the first settlement in 1858.
Volume 6, 1931

Nydahl, Theodore L. Social and economic aspects of pioneering as illustrated in Goodhue County, Minnesota. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:50-60 (1930).
Life among Norwegian immigrants in Goodhue County, principally during two decades following the first settlement in 1858.
Volume 6, 1931

NYDAL, NELS. Sunnfjordlaget i Amerika gjennem tredive aar, 1912-1942. [Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Privately printed, 1942] 112 p.
A history of this bygdelag for the period stated.
Volume 13, 1943

Nye funnsensasjoner fra Ingstad-Hans viktigste Vinland-bevis. Western Viking, October 4, 1968.
The Ingstads may have found the most valuable evidence of Viking occupation on their eighth expedition.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

NYGAARD, KAARE K.
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Dr. Kaare K. Nygaard. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, No. 6, 10-13 (June, 1971).
A Norwegian American who has gained prominence in the disparate fields of medicine and sculpture.
Volume 26, 1974 (biographical sketch)

NYGAARD, KAARE
Carl Søyland. Lege og billedhugger. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 63: 133-134 (July, 1970).
Sketch of a prominent New York surgeon who has won laurels as a sculptor.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

Nygaard, Kaare, Knife, Life and Bronzes: Sculpture and Vignettes. Scarsdale, New York, 1986. 192 pp.
Autobiographical writing by a Norwegian-American sculptor, surgeon, and humanist born in Lillehammer. Illustrations and background on 44 sculptures.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

NYHOLM, PAUL C. A Study in Immigrant History: The Americanization of the Danish Lutheran Churches in America. Dubuque, Iowa, 1963. 480 p.
Reviewed in American Historical Review, July, 1964.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

NYKL, A. R. K R S-The Death of a Myth. Madison, Wisconsin.
“Most of the arguments against the authenticity of the Kensington Stone are summarized” in this pamphlet.
Volume 20, 1959

NYQUIST, GERD. Bataljon 99. Oslo, 1981. 218 pp.
A history of World War II battalion made up of 931 Norwegian Americans.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

NYSTEL, OLE T. From Bondage to Freedom: Three Months with the Wild Indians. Clifton, Texas, 1968. 40 p.
Facsimile reproduction of the first edition published in 1888. The story of the author’s captivity in 1867 at the hands of the Comanche Indians. Reviewed in News of Norway, January 22, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

NYVALL, CARL JOHAN. Travel Memories from America: Among Swedish Pietists in America . . . 1875-1876. Chicago, 1959. 126 p.
Translated by E. Gustav Johnson. Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, November, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

O

O. B. Bygdelagene i Amerika. Nordmanns-forbunder, 34:74-77 (April, 1941).
A brief history of the bygdelags in this country, whose members find enjoyment in association with those who hail from the same place in Norway.
----------Norsk-Amerikaneren med dertstørste navn. Nordmanns-
forbundet, 33
: 16, 49-51 (January, February, 1940).
The Norwegian American with the distinguished name here considered is Thorstein Veblen.
Volume 12, 1941

O. D.” 35 år blandt mumier og hieroglyfer. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51:134 (June, 1958).
An interview with Johanne Vindenes, head librarian at the Oriental Institute in Chicago.
Volume 20, 1959

O’Connor, David E. “The Swedish Element in America: Confirming the Trends - the 1980 Census.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 37, 3: 111-125 (July, 1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

O’Connor, David E. “The Swedish Element in Connecticut.” The Swedish-American Historical Journal, 36: 275-299 (October, 1985).
The great wave of Swedish migration to Connecticut occurred during a thirty-year period, between the mid-1880s and the outbreak of World War I in 1914.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

OACE, O. H. Hauges synode (Refsede men ikke ihjelslagne); samt et Foredrag aj H. H. Bergsland om forsoningen. St. Paul, Minnesota, The author, 1932. 99p.
The first 68 pages of this volume contain an historical essay on the Hauge's Norwegian
Evangelical Lutheran church of America, with an introductory exposition of Haugeanism and some mention of backgrounds in the pietistic movement in Germany and Norway. There is special mention of Hans Nielsen Hauge in Norway and of Elling Eielsen in America, the latter being the founder of the synod in this country. With this are woven some controversial matter and personal reminiscences and reactions.
Volume 8, 1934

Oberg, Elmer B. “The Farm Life of a Swedish Immigrant in Illinois, circa 1900-1925.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36, 3: 168-185 (July, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

ODDEN, A. C. See St. Paul's Lutheran church.
Volume 8, 1934

ODDEN, EINAR. En liten Gausdal i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72: 2-6 (1979).
“‘Whiskey-George’ from Gausdal [Norway] founded a settlement in Minnesota,” 1861.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

ODDEN, TRYGVE. Barnevandringen til “Austlandet.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:146 (June, 1963).
Child labor as a motive in Norwegian migration to America.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ØDEGAARD, ØBNULF. Emigration and insanity; a study of mental disease among the Norwegianborn population of Minnesota. (Acta psychiatrica et neurologica, Supplementum, IV.) Oslo (Norway), Copenhagen (Denmark), Levin and Munksgaards, 1932. 206 p.
Ødegaard finds that there is a higher rate of insanity among the Norwegian immigrants in Minnesota than there is among the inhabitants of Norway, and higher than among the native-born Americans, although the difference in either case is not considerable.
Volume 9, 1936

Ødegaard, Oscar O. Kjærlighet og penger, en fortælling fra prærien. Andet oplag. Windmere, North Dakota, Oscar O. Ødegaard, 1930. 65 p.
"Love and money, a story from the prairie," is the title of this work of fiction, which is written in humorous vein.
Volume 6, 1931

Ødegaard, Oscar O. Kjærlighet og penger, en fortælling fra prærien. Andet oplag. Windmere, North Dakota, Oscar O. Ødegaard, 1930. 65 p.
"Love and money, a story from the prairie," is the title of this work of fiction, which is written in humorous vein.
Volume 6, 1931

ODEGARD, ETHEL J. Experiences of an Amateur Genealogist in Oslo. Sons of Norway, 59:45 (March, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ODEGARD, ETHEL J. Farewell to an Old Homestead. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:146-159 (1974).
Community life during past generations in Merrill, Wisconsin; the nostalgia and the heartaches of recalling small-town neighborliness in days gone by.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Odegard, J. T. Erindringer. I. Lom, Long Lake, Fargo, Minneapolis. Oslo, Norway. 1930. 218 p.
In this volume of reminiscences the author tells the story of his childhood in Lom, Norway, his emigration with his parents to America in 1867 and settlement at Long Lake, Watonwan County, Minnesota, the varied experiences of his youth with early business contacts, and his activities as agricultural implement merchant in Fargo and Minneapolis, bringing the story down to 1899. He returned to Norway in 1899, where he has since made his home. A second volume is promised which will complete the story. The book contains a large appendix of letters, portraits, and illustrations of points of interest.
Volume 6, 1931

ODLAND, M. W. The new Canaan, in which Onon Bjornson tells the saga of the early Norse migration to America and the story of a great love. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house. 1933. 208 p.
The publication in book form of the story, noted in the last list, that ran in the St. Paul dispatch in serial form.
Volume 8, 1934

Odland, Martin W. The love between Knute Nelson and his mother. THE FRIEND, 6: 6-7 (May, 1929).
Volume 5, 1930

Odland, Martin W. The new Canaan.
A novel under this title was printed serially in the St. Paul dispatch, beginning with the issue of March 10, 1932, and ending with the issue of April 12, 1932. The "New Canaan" is the Norwegian settlement in America, more particularly in the Middle West, and the "Children of Israel" are the Norwegian immigrants. The hero of the story is Onon Burnson (Bjørnson), a stowaway on the sloop "Restaurationen" that left Stavanger, Norway, July 4, 1825. The story is told of the voyage across the Atlantic, the arrival in New York, the settlement at Kendall, New York, later migration to La Salle County, Illinois, and the dispersal from there. A secondary hero is Kleng Peerson, "father of Norwegian immigration.'' According to the author, historical facts have been closely followed. An explanation of the story is furnished by the author at the dose of the installments in the issue of April l2, 1932.
Volume 7, 1933

OEHLERTS, DONALD E. Guide to Wisconsin Newspapers, 1883- 1957. Madison, 1958. xiv, 338 p.
Information about the foreign-language press that once flourished in Wisconsin is to be found in this guide. Reviewed in Wisconsin Magazine of History, Summer, 1958.
Volume 20, 1959

OFTEDAL, CHR. S. Amerikanske inntrykk. Kirke og kultur, 52:258-267 (May, 1947).
Impressions of America, dealing largely with church conditions in the Norwegian settlements.
---------- Tvers over Atlanteren, en reportasje fra U.S.A. [Oslo], 1947. 236 p.
A 1947 travel report.
Volume 16 1950

OFTEDAL, MAGNE. Norsk talemål i Amerika. Syn og segn, 55:195-203 (1949).
Norwegian speech in the United States.
Volume 16 1950

Ohnstad, Asmund, ed. Among the Fjords and the Mountains: Summary of Aurland’s History. Aurland, Norway, 1994. 121 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Ohnstad, Asmund. “Emigrantane frå Voss 1847-1849: kvifor drog dei ut?” Gamalt fra Voss, 18: 22-34 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Ohnstad, Asmund. “Koshkonong, Dane County, Wisconsin, eit framgangsrikt nybyggje.” Gamalt frå Voss, 19: 106-116 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Ohnstad, Asmund. “Utvandringa fra Aurland. Årbok for Sogn, 35: 18-35 (1989).
Emigrants from Aurland in Sogn.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

OHNSTAD, KARSTEN. The World at My Fingertips. Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, [1942]. 348 p.
An autobiography.
Volume 14, 1944

Oien, John G. Knute Rockne and his pals. THE FRIEND, 9:3-4 (February, 1932).
From Rockne's boyhood days in Chicago and his connections with the Immanuel Norwegian Lutheran church and its young members.
Volume 7, 1933

Okkenhaug, Inger Marie. “Amerikabrev som kilde,” Historie vol. 4, nr 4 (1994), 25-35; ill. Title trans.: America letters as sources.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Okkenhaug, Trond. “På leting etter slektsrøtter.” Verdal historielags skrifter, 1989, I, 16: 177-183.
Richard Opheim seeks the birthplace of his grandfather, John Opheim.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

ØKSNEVAD, REIDAR. U. S. A. in Norwegian Literature. Oslo, 1950. 96 p.
Volume 17, 1952

OLAV, HANS AND SUNDBY-HANSEN, H. Leiv Eiriksson review. Brooklyn, New York, Norwegian news co., 1935. 20 p.
"In commemoration of President Roosevelt's official designation of a National Leiv Eiriksson Day."
Volume 9, 1936

OLAV, HANS
Ambassadør Hans Olav, 692, død i Oslo; tidligere redaktør av Nordisk Tidende. Nordisk Tidende, December 16, 1965.
Former editor died in Oslo.
Carl Søyland. Tidligere redaktør vandret bort. Nordisk Tidende, December 23, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

Old People’s Home. Det norske gamlehjem i Boston feirer 50-års jubileum. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 57:258 (December, 1964).
Home for the aged in Boston celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

OLDEN, ANNA-MARGARETE. "Religiøs forfø1gelse bak utvandrings-starten." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 138-140 (4, 1982).
Religious persecution as a motive force behind the first Norwegian emigration to America, on the ship Restauration in 1825.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Oldervoll, Svein. Vinland Gode. Ægirfararane ei utvandrarsoge frå 1837. Bergen, 1989. 195 pp.
A novel “based on the emigrant party that followed Ole Rynning to the ill fated Beaver Creek settlement. The novel contains both historical and fictitious characters.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

OLEKSY, WALTER. Old Norway in the Midwest. New York Times, May 10, 1970.
An article about Nissedal, “Little Norway,” a folk museum near Mount Horeb, Wisconsin.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

OLESEN, T. J. The Vikings in America. Canadian Historical Association, Annual Report, 1954, p. 52-60.
An examination of recent writings dealing with the vikings in America and an attempt to summarize the present state of knowledge on the subject.
---------- The Vikings in America: A Critical Bibliography. Canadian Historical Review, vol. 36, no. 2, p. 166-173 (June, 1955).
This bibliography is actually an appendix to the article mentioned immediately above. Most of the items listed and discussed were published 1939-54.
Volume 19, 1956

OLESON, JOHN Y. The Early Discovery of America by Leif Erikson. St. Petersburg, Florida, 1952. 48 p.
Volume 18, 1954

OLESON, JOHN Y. The Norsemen and the Early Discoveries of America by Leif Erikson, n.p., 1945. 34 p.
Volume 16 1950

OLESON, THURINE
Erna Oleson Xan. Wisconsin, My Home: The Story of Thurine Oleson As Told to Her Daughter. Madison, Wisconsin, 1975.
The reminiscences of a second-generation Norwegian-American woman who grew up in a Norwegian community in Wisconsin. First published in 1950.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

OLESON, TRYGGVI J. Early Voyages and Northern Approaches, 1000-1632. London, Toronto, New York, 1964. 211 p.
The first
Volume in the Canadian Centenary Series.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

OLIN, JOHAN OTTO. We Went to the Klondike in 1898. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 3, p. 91-104 (July, 1959).
Written fifty years ago, this account by a Swedish workingman from Chicago adds to a growing collection of travel and mining experiences in the Far North.
Volume 21, 1962

Olin, Karl-Gustav. Våra första amerikafarare. Historien om finlandssvenskarna i Nya Sverige. Jakobstad, Finland, 1988. 144 pp.
Our first American travelers, a history about the Finland Swedes in New Sweden.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

OLMANSON, ALBERT, ed. and tr. Letters of Bernt Olmanson, a Union Soldier in the Civil War, 1861-1865. St. Peter, 1960. 58 p.
Some sixty letters and a brief biographical sketch.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

OLSEN DOKKEN, LARS and KNUD. Two immigrants for the Union: Their Civil War Letters. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 109-135 (1979).
The Dokken brothers were members of the Fifteenth Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment, which consisted largely of Norwegian immigrants. The letters were translated by Della Kittelson Catuna and edited by Carol Lynn H. Knight and Gerald S. Cowden.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

OLSEN, ERLING. Nordmann som aktiv fagforeningsmann i USA i de store brytnings-årene. Nordisk Tidende, February 8, 1968.
Torger M. Torgersen was a pioneer in the early trade union movement in Chicago.
---------- Norsk lege pa Maimonides Hospital utvikler ny metode som kan redde i kritiske hjertetilfeller. Nordisk Tidende, September 14, 1967.
Steinar Tjønneland at the Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn develops methods which can be effective in critical heart cases.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Olsen, Ingvar. Nordmænd i Canada. 24:87-91 (March, 1931).
The story of some pioneer Norwegians in Canada, with illustrations of churches and farmsteads.
Volume 6, 1931

Olsen, Ingvar. Nordmænd i Canada. 24:87-91 (March, 1931).
The story of some pioneer Norwegians in Canada, with illustrations of churches and farmsteads.
Volume 6, 1931

Olsen, Johan. “Familien jakobsen på Kobskarmoen: ei beretning om Ovidia og Jakob Jakobsen.” Årbok for Sørfold, 1987: 75-80.
The Jakobsen family of Kobskarmoen emigrated to Alberta, Canada.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Olsen, Johan. “Noen av dem som vendte heim igjen.” Årbok for Sørfold, 1987: 11-17.
Some of those who returned to Sweden.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

OLSEN, JOHN. Bethelship-Metodistkirke feirer 90 års jubileum den 23. og 24. mai. Nordisk Tidende, May 14, 1964.
Bethelship Methodist church in Brooklyn celebrates its ninetieth anniversary. It was organized by Scandinavians on a ship in New York harbor in 1845.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

OLSEN, KATHLYNE W. Norwegian Old People’s Home. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:135 (June, 1966).
History of the Norwegian Old People’s Home and Charitable Association in Boston.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Olsen, Michael L. “Images of New Mexico in the Norwegian-American Press in the Early 1880s,” New Mexico Historical Review (1988), 63(4): 373-383.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

OLSETH, O. H. Mama Came from Norway. New York, 1955. 159 p.
Memories from a pioneer settlement in South Dakota.
Volume 19, 1956

OLSON, BORGHILD LINDEVIG. A Tree That Flourished, or the Story of the Lindevig Family of Telemarken in Norway and America. N.p., 1958. 150 p.
Volume 21, 1962

OLSON, GILBERT. Minder fra gamle dage; Gilbert Olson, 91 aar, fortæller om sin ungdom i Valdres og de første aar i Amerika. Decorah-posten, October 21, 1932, p. 3.
Gilbert Olson, ninety-one years old, of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, presents, with the assistance of the Reverend D. G. Ristad, these recollections of his youth in Norway and America. The journey to America was made in 1869.
Volume 8, 1934

OLSON, J. E. Ole Edvart Rø1vaag, 1876-1931; in memoriam. Norwegian-American studies and
records,
7:121-130 (1933).
"An address delivered at Ottawa, Illinois, on November 14, 1932, at a meeting of the executive board of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.''
Volume 8, 1934

OLSON, J. S. The Ethnic Dimension in American History. New York, 1979. xxv, 440 pp.
"Olson has included not only the familiar immigrant groups in his analysis, but also those-Africans, Mexicans, and native Americans-who have been incorporated into the American population by conquest and force."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Olson, Lori and Jim. Norsk Høstfest: heritage comes alive, photography by Clayton Wolt. Helena, MT: American & World Geographic Pub., 1995. 80 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

OLSON, MORGAN A., trans. Rollin Olson, Civil War Letters. Minneapolis, 1981 (?). 161 pp.
Letters written by a member of the 15th Wisconsin Regiment, "The Norwegian Regiment," translated by his grandson.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

OLSON, NELS. Time in Many Places: Wood Has Been Kind to Me. St. Cloud, Minnesota, 1980. 206
pp.
The autobiography of a Norwegian immigrant whose work as lumberjack, mill worker, boat builder, and general carpenter took him to many places in Wisconsin and Michigan. "Olson's story is one of regional interest, told in a comfortable style."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Olson, Orville K. Not for a million: reminiscences of a rural school teacher. [Red Wing, Minn.: Goodhue County Historical Society], 1995. 36 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

OLSON, OTTO J. Fra nybyggerdagene. Hallingen, March-June, 1968.
The Ole Giselrud family’s pioneer days in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Olson, Paul A. Golden anniversary book of Story City, an album of pictures from early days
down to the present. [Story City, Iowa], 1931. 199 p.
Story City is more or less the center of the large Norwegian settlement that includes parts of Story, Hamilton, and Hardin counties, Iowa. This volume, which embraces the countryside as well as the town, includes portraits of many of the Norwegian pioneers. The book opens with an historical introduction (pages 3-10) and notes of explanation accompany the illustrations. An index is furnished.
Volume 7, 1933

OLSON, PAUL A. Panorama of Forty-three Years as a Country Editor. Historical Supplement to Story City (Iowa) Herald, April 8, 1948. 160 p.
Life in a Norwegian settlement in Story and Hamilton counties of central Iowa, 1908-48.
Volume 18, 1954

Olsson, Nils William. “Emigrant Traffic on the North Sea.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 4: 158-163 (December, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Olsson, Nils William. “St. Ansgarius (Chicago) Marriages 1867-1879.” Swedish American Genealogist, 7, 3: 113-135 (September, 1987) 7, 4: 173-182 (December, 1987); 8: 1, 38-46 (March, 1988); 8: 2, 88-98 (June, 1988); 8: 3, 128-139 (September, 1988); 8: 4, 178-189 (December, 1988); 9: 1, 28-31 (March, 1989); 9: 2, 78-85. (June, 1989); 9: 4, 171-191 (December, 1989).
The congregation mostly consisted of Swedish immigrants although there were some Norwegian members. The origins of the married couple were recorded.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Olsson, Nils William. “The Diary of an Early Swede with a Texas Connection.” Swedish-American Genealogist, 3: 1-18 (March, 1983).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

OLSSON, NILS WILLIAM. Swedish Passenger Arrivals in U.S. Ports, 1820-1850 (except New York). St. Paul, Minnesota, 1979. 139 pp.
This volume supplements the author's earlier work: Swedish Passenger Arrivals in New York,
1820-1850.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

OLSSON, NILS WILLIAM. The Swedish Brothers: An Experiment in Immigrant Mutual Aid. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:220-229 (1974).
An account of one of the numerous mutual-aid societies founded by Swedish immigrants. The Swedish Brothers flourished in Minneapolis between 1876 and 1884.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

OLSSON, NILS WILLIAM. Three Swedish Pioneer Letters from Minnesota. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 9 :93-103 (July, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

OLSSON, NILS WM. Swedish Passenger Arrivals in New York, 1820-1850. Chicago, 1967. xix, 391 p.
A carefully documented work analyzing the entry of more than 4,000 Swedish immigrants into the United States during the first half of the nineteenth century.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

OLSTAD, ANTON. Vi opdager Amerika. Oslo, Windju Simonsens forlag, 1936. 119 p.
The story of the journey to America of troop no. 111, Boy Scouts, of Oslo, in the summer of 1936.
Volume 10, 1938

Omodt, Don, rev. Torske Klubben History, 1933-1993. Minneapolis [1993]. 156 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

OMRO TOWNSHIP, YELLOW MEDICINE COUNTY. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Anniversary of St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church, Omro Township, Yellow Medicine County, Minn.; Sixtieth Anniversary of the Congregation, Fiftieth Anniversary of the Dedication of the Church, Sunday, September 27, 1942. n.p., 1942. 24 p.
Volume 14, 1944

ONSAGER, LARS
Nobelprisvinneren, Professor Lars Onsager. Minnesota Posten, November 14, 1968.
Sketch of a Nobel prize winner in chemistry and professor at Yale University.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Opdal Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church, Florence, Minnesota. Golden anniversary, 1879-1929. October 20, 1929. n. p., n. d. [8] p.
A brief historical sketch and description.
Volume 5, 1930

Opdalinger ved fortene langs Missourielven i 70-aarene. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1933, p. 11-21.
Immigrants from Opdal, Norway, employed at the forts along the Missouri River in the seventies. The article is accompanied by a portrait of Halvor Aune.
Volume 8, 1934

Opdalslaget. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1930. Decorah, Iowa, Lutheran publishing house, 1930. 88 p.
Kristine Haugen is the editor of this yearbook. A feature of the volume is a continuation of the genealogy of the bailiff family of Sneve, entitled: "Lendsmandsslegten paa Sneve," by Inge Mull.
Volume 6, 1931

Opdalslaget. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1931. Redaktør: Kristine Haugen. n.p., [1931] 80 p.
This yearbook of Opdalslaget contains items about members, news from Norway, short
articles, including biographies, and a list of members.
Volume 7, 1933

OPDALSLAGET. Opdalslagets aarbok, 1933. Skriftstyrer Kristine Haugen. [Decorah, Iowa, Posten press, 1933.] 88p.
This yearbook contains short biographical and genealogical articles and the longer article noted in the preceding entry.
Volume 8, 1934

Opdalslagets aarbok, 1929. Kristine Haugen, ed. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house
[1929]. 74 p.
A year book. Contains a number of biographical sketches.
Volume 5, 1930

Opfell, Olga Strandvold. “The Dancing Danes in America.” The Bridge, 9, 1: 36-54 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

OPJORDEN, GUDRUN. History of Kviteseid Lutheran Congregation, 1872-1947. n.p., 1947. 24 p.
Volume 16 1950

OPSAHL, O. K. Slekten Myhro. Hallingen, September, 1965.
A history of the Myhro family, from the early 1700’s to 1957.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Opseth, Laila Kamilla Larson. “Brev fra Saskatchewan i Canada.” Lofotr. Årbok for Vestvågøy historielag, 1991, I: 100-105. Trans. and ed., Per Magne Bernhardsen.
An emigrant from Lofoten tells her story.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Or utvandrarsoga i Suldal. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72:162-163 (1979).
A brief account of the emigration from the community of Suldal to Wisconsin. Today there are said to be more people of Suldal roots in America than in Suldal, Norway.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

ORDAHL, SVERRE. "Emigration from Agder to America, 1890-1915." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:313-338 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Ore, Øystein, 69, Yale professor. Plutselig død på Norges-opphold. Nordisk Tidende, August 22, 1968.
Øystein Ore, mathematics professor at Yale University, dies at a scientific congress in Oslo.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ORE, OYSTEIN. Brother Ebben in His Native Country. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17:36-46 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

ORE, OYSTEIN. Norwegian Emigrants with University Training. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 19: 160-188 (1956).
Volume 20, 1959

ORFORDVILLE, WISCONSIN
Orfordville Lutheran Church: Centennial History, 1868-1968. 28 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

Orheim, Matias. A settler minister in Vesterheimen. Translated by Anne Holden Rønning and Tui Mikkelsen. n.p.: no publisher listed, 1995. 138 pp.; maps.
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

ORR, WILLIAM J. "Rasmus Sørensen and the Beginnings of Danish Settlement in Wisconsin." Wisconsin Magazine of History, 65:195-210 (Spring, 1982).
"Rasmus Sørensen is generally acknowledged to be the first and perhaps most influential promoter of Danish settlement in the United States."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Orre, Nils. “Fifteen years in North Dakota, 1883-1898.” Translated by Elsa Danielson Johnson. The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 1: 3-34 (January, 1990).
Nils Orre was from Småland, Sweden.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Osberg, Edward E. “Reminiscences of Chicago and Englewood.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 36, 3: 200-207 (July, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

OSBORNE, LITHGOW. Mission to Norway. Auburn, N.Y., 1946. 46 p.
Reprinted from the Citizen-Advertiser. The man who was American ambassador to Norway during a part of the war period reports on his experiences.
Volume 16 1950

Ose, Tollef. “Red Riverdalens historier; Da de første settlere fra Sætesdalen bosatte sig her.” Jol i Setesdal, 28: 43-45 (1989).
Red River Valley history; when the first settlers from Setesdal settled there. An account written by one of the first settlers and published in both Skandinaven (January 10, 1923) and Agder Tidende (February 17, 1923).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

OSLAND, BIRGER
Birger Osland død. Decorah-Posten, August 8, 1963.
Birger Osland, Chicago-nordmenns Grand Old Man, død. Nordisk Tidende, August 8, 1963.
To norskdoms kjemper gått bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:210 (August-September, 1963).
Includes an account of H. R. Holand.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

OSLAND, BIRGER. A Long Pull from Stavanger; the Reminiscences of a Norwegian Immigrant. Northfield, 1945. 263 p.
Volume 15, 1949

OSLAND, BIRGER. Norwegian Clubs in Chicago. Norwegian-American Studies and records, 12: 105-127 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

OSLAND, BIRGER. Paa de ældste norsk-amerikanske tomter. Skandinaven, October 5, 1934, p. 4.
A present-day view of Kendall Township, Orleans County, New York. where the first Norwegian-American settlement was made.
Volume 9, 1936

OSLO, NORWAY. UNIVERSITY OF OSLO. Norwegian Books in American Libraries. American-Scandinavian Review, 35:55-57 (March, 1947).
Volume 16 1950

OSTENSO, MARTHA
Arne Kildal. Martha Ostenso, “daughter of the Vikings.” Minnesota Posten, January 17, 1964.
Martha Ostenso død. Nordisk Tidende, November 28, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

OSTENSO, MARTHA
Arne Kildal. Nordmenn jeg møtte i Amerika. Minnesota Posten, January 29, 1970.
The life and literary works of a distinguished Norwegian-born author.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

OSTENSO, MARTHA. A Man Had Tall Sons. New York, 1958. 868 p.
Novel about a farm family. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, June, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Ostenso, Martha. Einar Hoidale, en præriens pioneer, farmer, arbeider, skolelærer, bladutgiver, sakfører, og nu senatorkandidat. Overskrevet til norsk av O. E. Rølvaag. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 44:6, 7 (August 2l, 1930). Also issued as a broadside of newspaper size.
An article, principally biographical, about Einar Hoidale, Democratic candidate for United States senator from Minnesota, translated into Norwegian by O. E. Rølvaag.
Volume 6, 1931

Ostenso, Martha. Einar Hoidale, en præriens pioneer, farmer, arbeider, skolelærer, bladutgiver, sakfører, og nu senatorkan-didat. Overskrevet til norsk av O. E. Rølvaag. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 44:6, 7 (August 2l, 1930). Also issued as a broadside of newspaper size.
An article, principally biographical, about Einar Hoidale, Democratic candidate for United States senator from Minnesota, translated into Norwegian by O. E. Rølvaag.
Volume 6, 1931

Ostergren, Robert C. A Community Transplanted: The Trans-Atlantic Experience of a Swedish Immigrant Settlement in the Upper Middle West, 1835-1915. Madison, Wisconsin, 1988. xvi, 400 pp.
Uses historical geography to explore the chain migration from Rättvik parish of Dalarna province to a nine-township area of Isanti county, Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

OSTERGREN, ROBERT C. Cultural Homogeneity and Population Stability among Swedish Immigrants in Chisago County. Minnesota History, 43:255-269 (1973).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Østigaard, Dag. “Utvandringa. De som dro til Amerika,” in Tynset bygdebok, 4: 11-52.
Emigration from Tynset in upper Østerdal to America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

OSTRAND, JAMES
Fra Finmark til Filippinene. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:94 (April, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

ØSTVEDT, EINAR. Flukten fra Telemark. Årbok for Telemark, 11-31 (1972).
Migration from the area of Telemark in Norway.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

ØSTVEDT, EINAR. Utvandringen over Skien. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 :692-66 (March, 1958).
Emigration by way of Skien, Norway.
Volume 20, 1959

OUDENSTAD, HALVARD. Utvandringen til Amerika fra Biri, Snertingdal, Vardal, Gjøvik 1846-1915. Gjøvik, Norway, 1982. viii, 599 pp.
Immigration from communities along the western shore of Lake Mjøsa in Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Our Heritage: Centennial Celebration, Evangelical Lutheran Churches of North Beaver Creek, 1859-1959. Blair, Wisconsin, 1959. 36 p.
Volume 21, 1962

OVERBY, OSCAR R. The Years in Retrospect. Northfield, 1963. 140 p.
Reminiscences of a prominent Norwegian-American musician and teacher. A mimeographed account, filed in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Øverland, Orm, “Norwegian-American Theater and Drama 1865-1885.” Essays in Honour of Kristian Smidt, Peter Bilton et al, eds. (Oslo, 1986), 189-200.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Øverland, Orm, and Steinar Kjærheim, eds. Fra Amerika til Norge: i norske utvandrerbrev, 1838-1857. Oslo, 1992. Vol. 1, 496 pp.
From America to Norway: in Norwegian Emigrant Letters, 1838-1857.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Øverland, Orm. “Da embetsmannsklassen tok seg til rette i Vesterheimen.” Nytt norsk tidsskrift, 3, 2: 49-61 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Øverland, Orm. “From melting pot to copper kettles: assimilation and Norwegian-American literature,” in Werner Sollors, ed., Multilingual America: transnationalism, ethnicity, and the languages of American literature. New York: New York University Press, 1998..
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Øverland, Orm. “History as Prerequisite for an Ethnic Identity: The Roots of Organized Historical Research and Publishing Among the Norwegian-Americans.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 117-127.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Øverland, Orm. “Skandinaven and the Beginnings of Professional Publishing.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 187-214 (1986).
The Chicago newspaper Skandinaven fostered Norwegian immigrant literature in the 1860s and 1870s.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Øverland, Orm. “The Fiction of Hans A. Foss: From Norwegian to American Populism.” Scandinavian Literature in a Transcultural Context, Rossel and Steene, eds., 271-276.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Øverland, Orm. “The Norwegian Settlement in Gaspé 1860-1862: The Failure of the Canadian Bureau of Agriculture, of the Settlers or of the Land?” Norse Heritage Volume II, 73-82.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Øverland, Orm. The western home: a literary history of Norwegian America. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1996. 442 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

OVREN, JOHN. Fra Eau Claire i gamle dage og nu. Decorah-posten, March 14-April 25, 1933.
There are six installments of this series. They present bits of information about the Norwegian settlement at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and major consideration is given to church history. Congregations and pastors are named, and dates of the founding of churches are given.
Volume 8, 1934

OWATONNA, MINNESOTA. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH. Twenty-fifth Anniversary Commemoration, February 6, 1944. 1944. 22 p.
A history of the ongregation by Thomas Beaty is found on p. 2-11.
Volume 15, 1949

OXENSTIERNA, ERIC. The Norsemen. Greenwich, Connecticut, 1965, 320 p.
This Volume, originally published in German under the title Die Wikinger and now translated and edited by Catherine Hutter, has a chapter on the discovery of America that includes the Ingstad findings in Newfoundland.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

OXFORD, CARL J., Sr.
Sverre Eide. Carl J. Oxford, Sr. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 26 (September, 1963).
Detroit engineer.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Øyane, Lars E. “Skoti i Dallas.” Årbok for Sogn, 35: 58-71 (1989).
About Erik Pedersen Øiene who fell in the Civil War in 1864.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

OYEN, J. J. Watson community pioneers. Watson, Minnesota, Watson voice, n.d. 48p.
The Watson community contained a considerable percentage of Norwegian immigrants.
Volume 8, 1934

Øystein Ore gatt bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:201 (August-September, 1968).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

P

På kongeferd i vesterveg. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 120-123 (June, 1968).
King Olav’s tour in the United States, April 24 to May 11, 1968, was a success.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

PAANANEN, ELOISE ENGLE. Finns from Alaska to Florida. Scandinavian Review, 64: 17-26 (No. 1, 1976).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

PAASCHE, JENS A.
Bertram Jensenius. Jens A. Paasche - in Memoriam. Vinland, January 23, 1969.
Inventor of the airbrush and founder of the Jens A. Paasche Airbrush Company, Chicago.
Rolf W. Thanem. Chicago’s Grand Old Norwegian. Vinland, December 21, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

PAASCHE, JENS A.
Bossemagersvend i Trondheim blev opfinder og millionær i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, November 14, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Pacific Coast Sognalag: Festkrift. Tacoma, 1962. 155 p.
Commemorating a fiftieth anniversary. Reviewed in Decorah-Posten, June 21, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

Pacific Lutheran University. “Choir of the West”: Studenter fra Stillehavskysten på Norgesturne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:66 (March, 1963).
Historical sketch of Pacific Lutheran University and its choir.
---------- Sangerne fra vesten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:175 (July, 1963).
University choir tours Norway.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

PANNKOKE, O. H. A Great Church Finds Itself: The Lutheran Church between the Wars. Quitman, Georgia, 1966. 253 p.
Sketches the part played by the author in changing the outlook of Lutheran ethnic groups, including the Norwegian.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

PAP, LEO. The Portuguese-Americans. Boston, 1981. 300 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

PARENTI, MICHAEL. Ethnic Politics and the Persistence of EthnicIdentification. American Political Science Review, 61:717-726 (September, 1967).
Ethnic groups can be acculturated without being assimilated.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

PARKS, ETHEL STROMME. The Ole Olsen Strømme Family. Pickett, Wisconsin, 1976. 49 pp.
Peer Strømme - the well-known author, editor, and lecturer - was a member of this family.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

PARR, ALBERT EIDE
Bent Vanberg. Albert Eide Paar. Nordisk Tidende, February 1, 1962.
Curator of American Museum of Natural History, New York City.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

PARR, ALBERT EIDE
Viking Profile: Dr. Albert Eide Parr. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65:209 (August, 1968).
Norwegian-born immigrant became the director of the American Museum of Natural History.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Parsons, John. Norwegians in New Zealand: A Register of Norwegians Naturalized in New Zealand 1858-1948. Wellington, New Zealand. 1990. 36 pp.
“Lists names, ages, birthplaces, occupations and residences for over 1,000 immigrants; briefly lists other sources of information on individuals and contains a short bibliography on Norwegian-New Zealand immigration.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Passenger Arrivals, 1819-1820. Baltimore, 1967. 342 p.
A reprint of the 1821 edition, with an index. Reviewed in Immigration Research Digest, Spring, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

PASTOR, EILERT. Der Runenstein von Kensington. Wacht im osten, 4:321-358 (May-June, 1937).
A German's comment on the Kensington rune stone.
Volume 10, 1938

PATRIAS, CARMELLA. "Hungarian Immigration to Canada before the Second World War." Polyphony, 2:17-44 (1979-1980).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Patron Saint of the Seafarers: Andrew Furuseth. Vinland, July 11, 1967.
Andrew Furuseth made a successful effort to influence Congress to pass legislation freeing seamen from bondage.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

PAULSEN, ANN HELENE. Reminiscences from a Long Life. The Bridge, 4: 56-72 (1981).
Childhood and youth in Denmark, transplantation to America, “and the struggles and rewards of immigrant family life in the new land.”
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

PAULSEN, FRANK M. Danish Settlements on the Canadian Prairies: Folk Traditions, Immigrant Experiences, and Local History. Ottawa, 1974. vii, 114 pp.
A
Volume in the Mercury Series of Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies at the National Museum of Man, Ottawa.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Paulsen, Gary. The Winter Room. New York, 1989. 103 pp.
Fictional story of a young boy on a northern Minnesota farm recounting his old Norwegian uncle’s tales of an almost mythological logging past.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Paulson family. The Best of Two Worlds. Bond, 42:4 (May, 1965).
Description of the Erling Paulson ranch near Dickinson, North Dakota, occupied by the family since 1896.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

PAULSON, ARNE. Nybyggerlivets gjænvordigheter. Hallingen, 154:13-18; 155:15-21; 156:19-21 (March, June, September, 1951).
The tribulations of pioneer life.
Volume 17, 1952

Paulson, Arthur C. Bjørnson and the Norwegian-Americans, 1855-75. NORDEN, 4: 23-25.
Bjørnson was a favorite with Norwegian-Americans, according to the author. They liked his books, and they liked the man for his strong Norwegianism, his republican leanings, his support of universal manhood suffrage, and his opposition to Swedish influence.
Volume 7, 1933

Paulson, Arthur C. Bjørnson and the Norwegian-Americans, 1880-81. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:84-109 (1930).
An account of Bjørnson's visit to America in 1880-81, of his lecture tour in the west, and of the ill-feeling and controversy that arose among the immigrants, especially as regards Bjørnson's attitude to the church and his criticism of prevailing Christian theology.
Volume 6, 1931

PAULSON, ARTHUR C. The Norwegian-American reaction to Ibsen and Bjørnson, 1850-1900; a summary of a thesis . . . University of Iowa, 1933. Northfield, Minnesota, The St. Olaf college press, 1937. 29 p.
A review of early immigration and of the coming of the church, the press, libraries, and schools precedes a study of the reception that the books of Ibsen and Bjørnson received among the Norwegian immigrants in America and of the gradual introduction of these books in the curricula of Norwegian-American colleges, such as Luther college at Decorah, Iowa, their growing popularity with the press and in the rural communities, and the reaction that set in against Bjørnson on the occasion of his visit to America in 1880-81.
Volume 10, 1938

PAULSON, ARTHUR C., and KENNETH BJØRK. A Doll's House on the Prairie, the First Ibsen Controversy in America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:1-16 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

PAULSON, ARTHUR C., transl, and ed. A School and Language Controversy in 1858, a Documentary
Study, translated and edited by Arthur C. Paulson and Kenneth Bjørk. Norwegian-American Studies
and Records,
10:76-106 (1938).
Volume 11, 1940

PAULSON, KRISTOFFER F. Berdahl Family History and Rølvaag’s Immigrant Trilogy. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 55-76 (1977).
Rølvaag married into the Berdahl family and received much valuable information from his in-laws about pioneer life in South Dakota.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

PAULSON, OLE. Early history of nearby vicinity. Chaska weekly valley herald, February 16, 23, March 9, 23, 30, April 15, 20, 27, 1933.
These reminiscences were written by a pioneer pastor and are now translated from the Norwegian by A. G. W. Anderson. Paulson describes his removal from Lansing, Iowa, to Carver, Carver County, Minnesota, in 1854, subsequent pioneer experiences, enlistment in the Civil war in 1862, the service of his regiment in the Indian uprising of that year, and the transfer of the soldiers to Glencoe and from there to Mankato to assist at the execution of the Indians.
Volume 8, 1934

Paulson, Thelma. Remi-Nissen. Maddock, N.D.: Thelma Paulson [1996]. 304 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

PEARSON, DANIEL M. The Americanization of Carl Aaron Swensson. Rock Island, Illinois, 1977.
The “acculturation” of a prominent Swedish-American pastor, educator, and political leader.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

PEASE, THEODORE C. Laurence Marcellus Larson, 1868-1938. Journal of the Illinois State Historical
Society, 3
1:245-261 (September, 1938).
Volume 11, 1940

PEATTIE, DONALD CULROSS. They Found the New World. Reader’s Digest, 33: 132-136 (December, 1954).
The Norse discovery of America.
Volume 19, 1956

PEDERSEN, C. O. History of Lutheran Medical Center (Det Norske Hospital og Diakonissehjem). Nordisk Tidende, April 18, 25, May 9, 16, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

PEDERSEN, C. O. This World of Ours. Nordisk Tidende, January 20, 1966.
Tribute to J. A. Aasgaard, president of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America, 1925-1954.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

PEDERSEN, C. O.
Ragnar Busch. Traust skikkelse i Bay Ridge ser på betydningsfulle år som svant. Nordisk Tidende, September 28, 1967.
Sketch of C. O. Pedersen, Lutheran clergyman and administrator of the Norwegian Hospital in Brooklyn.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

PEDERSEN, ERIK HELMER. Danish Farmers in the Middle West. The Bridge, 5: 51-68 (1982).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Pedersen, Erik Helmer. Drømmen om Amerika. Copenhagen, 1985. 320 pp.
A survey of Danish immigration to and settlement in America. A volume in Politiken’s series on Danish history.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

PEDERSEN, J. M. En nykommerhistorie fra 1893. Nord-Norge, no. 66: 5-6 (December, 1932).
The author's own story from the time he left Melø Parish, Norway, until he achieved a permanent abode at Newmarket, Minnesota.
Volume 8, 1934

Pederson, Jane Marie. Between Memory and Reality: Family and Community in Rural Wisconsin, 1870- 1970. Madison, Wis., 1992. 314 pp.
Scholarly study of Norwegian-American life in Trempealeau county.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Pederson, John Martin. “The United States’ relations with Norway and Sweden: ideology and culture in the Cold War, 1949-1961,” Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 1998. 329 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

PEDERSON, THOMAS. Some Recollections of Thomas Pederson. Wisconsin Magazine of History,
21:405-419; 22:46-73, 176-194 (June-December, 1938).
This is a continuation of the series listed ante, 10:183.
Volume 11, 1940

PEDERSON, THOMAS. Some recollections of Thomas Pederson. Wisconsin magazine of history, 21:16-34, 175-190, 301-321 (September, December, 1937, March, 1938).
Volume 10, 1938

PEERSON, CLENG
Kjell B. Haanshuus. Cleng Peerson og sluppefolket. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:58 (1975).
Account of the “Father of Norwegian Emigration.”
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

PENNAR, JOAN, comp. and ed. The Estonians in America, 1627-1975: A Chronology and Fact Book. (Ethnic Chronology Series.) New York, 1975. ix, 150 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

PERRIN, RICHARD W. E. Historic American Buildings Survey. Wisconsin Architecture. Washington, D. C., 1966. 79 p.
Text and illustrations concerning the John Bergen house in Muskego, the Hauge Lutheran Church in western Dane County, and the Tank cottage in Green Bay.
---------- The Architecture of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin, 1967. 175 p.
A survey of architectural styles, including those influenced by ethnic and national origins. Treats of John Bergen’s log house at Muskego and the Gangstad and Christianson barns at Deerfield. Reviewed in the Capital Times, Madison, January 25, 1968, and Illinois State Historical Society, Journal, Winter, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

PERRIN, RICHARD W. E. John Bergen’s Log House. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 44:12-14 (Autumn, 1960).
A discussion of the main features of Norwegian timber architecture.
Volume 21, 1962

PERRIN, RICHARD W. E. Log Sauna and the Finnish Farmstead:
Transplanted Architectural Idioms in Northern Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 44:284-286 (Summer, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

PERRY, GEORGE. SESSIONS. The Offerdahls. Saturday Evening Post, 221:26, 164-166 (October 9, 1948).
A story from Dane County, Wisconsin.
Volume 16 1950

PETERSEN, CARL S. Wimmer og Kensingtonstenen. Nordisk tidskrift før vetenskap, konst och industri, 26:130 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952

PETERSEN, EUGENE. Norge Ski Club Pioneers. Vinland, February 20, 27, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

PETERSEN, EUGENE. Norge Ski Club’s historie. Vinland, April 9, 1964.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Petersen, Peter L. “A New Church in a New Land: The Founding of Det danske evangeliske lutherske Kirkesamfund i Amerika.” The Bridge, 7, 2: 5-21 (1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Petersen, Peter L. A Place Called Dana. Blair, Nebraska, 1984. 231 pp.
The Centennial History of Trinity Seminary and Dana College, 1884-1984.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

PETERSEN, PETER L. Oslo on the Texas High Plains. Norwegian-American Studies, 28: 138-156 (1979).
A history of the rural community of Oslo located on the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

PETERSEN, PETER L. P. S. Vig and the Americanization Issue during World War I. The Bridge, 2: 57-61 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

PETERSON, ARTHUR S. The Introduction of Domesticated Reindeer into Alaska. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:98-113 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941

PETERSON, BERTHA, comp. The Record of Ole Oleson Hunstad and His Three Wives and Their Descendants. [Butterfield, Minnesota, C. W. Barnes, 1941.] 47 p.
Genealogy occupies a large part of this account of the Hunstad family of Watonwan County, Minnesota.
Volume 14, 1944

PETERSON, C. STEWART. American-Scandinavian Diplomatic Relations, 1776-1876. n.p., 1948. 92 p.
Volume 16 1950

PETERSON, CLARENCE STEWART. America's Rune Stone of A.D. 1362 Gains Favor. New York, 1946. 87 p.
Volume 15, 1949

PETERSON, D. A. From Östergötland to Iowa. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 3:136-52 (July, 1971).
The reminiscences of a prominent Swedish immigrant who, as a young boy, came to America with his parents in 1849. A continuation of these reminiscences is found in the October, 1971, issue of Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly on pages 221-35.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Peterson, Guy A. Normanna Sangerkor of La Crosse, oldest Norwegian singing society in America. WISCONSIN MAGAZINE, 6: 242-243 (September, 1928).
Volume 5, 1930

PETERSON, P. ALFRED. Interviews with Pioneers. Marantha (Alvarado, Minnesota), January-June,
1939.
Volume 11, 1940

Petterson, Lucille, translator and editor. “Ephraim Is My Home Now: Letters of Anna and Anders Petterson, 1884-1889 (Part I).” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 69, 3: 187-2 10 (Spring, 1986); (Part II) 69, 4: 284-304 (Summer, 1986); (Part III) 70, 1: 32-56 (Autumn, 1986); (Part IV) 70, 2: 107-131 (Winter, 1986-1987).
Anders, a Swede, and Anna, a Dane, were both educated in Moravian schools in Germany, he as a missionary and she as a music teacher. After they were married they emigrated to the United States, arriving in Door county, Wisconsin, in October, 1884, to serve the Moravians settled there. These are their letters “home.”
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

PETTERSON, TOR
Gunnar Selgård. Millionær-oppfinner. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 3: 62-63 (1980).
A prominent inventor in Los Angeles.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

PEYTON, KAREN. The World So Fair. Philadelphia, 1963. 233 p.
A novel laid in Duluth that portrays Norwegian immigrant life.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Pfeffer, Paula F. “Homeless Children, Childless Homes.” Chicago History, 16, 1: 51-65 (Spring, 1987).
The Cradle Society of Evanston, Illinois, and the Illinois Children’s Home and Aid Society (ICHAS) were two agencies devoted to the welfare of orphaned and illegitimate children established in the Chicago area with divergent philosophies of adoption. The Cradle was founded by Florence Walrath, a Norwegian American.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Phillips, Peggy Anne. Millie's story: Black River country after the frontier. Madison, Wis.: Odana Press for the Jackson County Historical Society, 1994. 183 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Pickle, Linda S. “Stereotypes and Reality: Nineteenth-Century German Women in Missouri.” Missouri Historical Review, 79:291-312 (April, 1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

PINZKE, NANCY LINDBERG. Faces of Utopia: A Bishop Hill Family Album. Bishop Hill, Illinois,
1983 (?). 48 pp.
This album brings us face to face with members of the famous Swedish Utopian community at Bishop Hill, Illinois.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Pionérhytta har fàtt sift hjem. Nordmanns-Forbundet , 66:12-13 (1973).
A pioneer log house from North Dakota forms a part of an emigrant museum on the grounds of the cathedral ruins in Hamar, Norway. The same subject is discussed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 66:137-139 (1973).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

Pionerklubben i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 : 188 (September, 1958).
The Norwegian Pioneer Club of Chicago celebrates its eightieth anniversary.
Volume 20, 1959

Pionerstaten jubilerer. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 51 : 104-106 (May, 1958).
Norwegian participation in the celebration of Minnesota’s centennial.
Volume 20, 1959

PLADSON, BABBO and KNUDT O.
Angela Pladson Midbo. Barbo og Knudt O. Pladson. Hallingen, December, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

POHL, FREDERICK J. Atlantic Crossings before Columbus. New York, 1961. 315 p.
Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, December, 1961.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

POHL, FREDERICK J. Leif Erikson’s Campsite in Vinland. American-Scandinavian Review, 54:25-29 (March, 1966).
The author claims Cape Cod as the location of Ericson’s campsite in Vinland.
---------- The Kingiktorsuak Inscription: A Posthumous Entry by Hjalmar R. Holand into the Cryptographic Controversy. American-Scandinavian Review, 56: 386-396 (Winter, 1968- 1969).
Examination of Holand’s interpretation of the inscription named for an island off northern Greenland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

POHL, FREDERICK J. The Lost Discovery: Uncovering the Track of the Vikings in America. New York, 1952. 346 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 33: 216 (Spring, 1953).
Volume 18, 1954

POHL, FREDERICK J. The Viking Explorers. New York, 1966. 246 p.
A study of early Norse voyages in the Cape Cod area. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

POHL, FREDERICK J. The Vikings on Cape Cod: Evidence from Archeological Discovery. Brooklyn, 1957. 64 p.
Volume 20, 1959

POHL, FREDRICK J. Leif Ericsson's Visit to America. American-Scandinavian Review, 36:17-29 (March, 1948).
Volume 16 1950

Pomeroy, John H. “Congregationalism and the Scandinavian Free Churches: Trans-Atlantic Evangelical Efforts, 1875-1 900.” University of Texas, 1991. 94 pp. M.A. thesis.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Pond, Alonzo W. Primitive methods of working stone, based on experiments of Halvor L. Skavlem . .. Beloit, Wis., Logan museum, Beloit college [1930]. 143 p. (LOGAN MUSEUM BULLETIN, vol. 2, no. I.)
Relates the methods employed by Mr. Skavlem in the working of stone, including the making of arrowheads. Mr. Skavlem belongs to a pioneer Norwegian family of southern Wisconsin.
Volume 5, 1930

POOL, WILLIAM C. Bosque Territory: A History of an Agrarian Community. Kyle, Texas, 1964.206 p.
History of the Bosque County area in Texas. A chapter is devoted to the Norwegian settlement at Norse.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Poppe, Svenn. “Han glemte aldri Gressvik.” Varden: Årstidsskrift for Onsøy historielag, 1987: 9-11.
Waldemar Ager never forgot Gressvik.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

PORTLAND, OREGON. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH. Fiftieth anniversary. Portland,
Oregon, 1937. 24 p.
The pamphlet includes a history of the congregation by a committee, program of the anniversary celebration, October 1-3, 1937, lists of pastors, societies, and officers.
Volume 10, 1938

POTTER, JEAN. Flying Frontiersmen. New York, 1956. 212 p.
This book about famous aviators contains articles about the Norwegian-American flyers, Carl Ben Eielsen and Noel Wien, “one of the three Wien brothers who are known as the greatest aviation pioneers in Alaska.”
Volume 20, 1959

PRAG, PER
Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Per Prag. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, February, 1970.
The career of the director of the Norwegian Travel Association, New York.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

PRAIRIEVILLE, TEXAS
“Four Mile Lutheran Church, 1964.” 114 p. Typescript. Norwegian-American Historical Association archives.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregation)

Predelli, Line Nyhagen. “Contested patriarchy and missionary feminism: the Norwegian Missionary Society in nineteenth-century Norway and Madagascar,” Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1998. 364 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

Preserving a Musical Heritage: The Hardanger Fiddle Association of America." The Norseman, 163-165 (5/6, 1983).
The Association was launched at a meeting June 18, 1983, at Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. The Hardanger fiddle is often referred to as "the national folk instrument of Norway."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

PRESTEGARD, KRISTIAN. Streiftog; stemninger og skildringer. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Augsburg
Publishing House, [1937]. 172 p.
Fiction. The title of the first chapter, p. 1-20, is: "Det første Amerika-brevet" (The First America
Letter).
Volume 11, 1940

Prestgard, Kristian. Veien jeg gikk: fra Heidal til Decorah. Edited by Gudmund Harildstad. Lesja: Snøhetta forl., 1996. 184 pp.; ill. (NAHA-Norge, vol. 6). Title trans.: The path I took: from Heidal to Decorah.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

PREUS, DAVID W. AND PREUS, J. A. O.
Willmar Thorkelson. Norsemen Church Leaders in the U.S.A. The Norseman, No. 2, 30-32 (1974).
Dr. David W. Preus and Dr. J. A. O. Preus, first cousins, are presidents of the American Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Missouri Synod, respectively. This article, in Norwegian, also appeared in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:56-58 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

PREUS, HERMAN A. History of Norwegian Lutherans to 1917. Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 40:99-118 (October, 1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Preus, Herman Amberg. Vivacious Daughter: Seven Lectures on the Religious Situation among Norwegians in America. Edited and translated by Todd W Nichol. Northfield, Minn., 1990. xiv, 232 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

PREUS, J. C. K. From Norwegian State Church to American Free Church. Norwegian-American Studies, 25:186-224 (1972).
A discussion of the problems encountered by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants in setting up congregations and denominations independent of the state.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

PREUS, J. C. K. Kirken og utflytterfolket. De tok et Norge med seg, 178-223 (Oslo, 1957).
The church and the immigrants.
Volume 20, 1959

Preus, J. C. K., comp. Widening the frontier; sketches and incidents from the home mission field. Second edition. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house, 1929. 229 p.
A large number of sketches by Lutheran churchmen and others relating to frontier experiences and incidents connected with the expansion of the Lutheran church among Norwegian immigrants.
Volume 5, 1930

PREUS, J. C. K., ed. Norsemen Found a Church. Minneapolis, 1953. 438 p.
A series of articles by a number of prominent Lutheran clergymen presenting a history of Norwegian-American Lutheranism, especially the Norwegian Synod, which was organized in 1853 and amalgamated in 1917 with other church bodies to form the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. The latter changed its name in 1946 to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Volume 18, 1954

PREUS, J. C., GULLIXSON, T. F., and REINERTSON, E. C. Norsemen Found a Church. Minneapolis, 1953. x, 427 p.
An account of the founding of the Norwegian Lutheran church in the Midwest.
Volume 19, 1956

PREUS, JOHAN CARL KEYSER. Herman Amberg Preus: A Family History. Minneapolis, 1966. 164 p.
The H. A. Preus family in America, and its immediate ancestors in Norway.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

PREUS, LINKA KEYSER. Linka’s Diary on Land and Sea, 1845- 1864. Translated and edited by Johan Carl Keyser Preus and his wife, Diderikke Margrethe, nee Brandt. Minneapolis, 1952. 288 p.
Linka Preus (1829-1880) was the wife of Herman Amberg Preus. She immigrated in 1851. H. A. Preus was one of the founders of Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and was president of the college, 1902-21.
Volume 18, 1954

PREUTZ, ALEX E. A Group of Norwegians in Brooklyn at Turn of Century Created “Little Norway” in Rustic Rowland, Penn. Nordisk Tidende, June 3, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Procko, Bohdan P. Ukrainian Catholics in America: A History. Washington, D.C., 1982. xiv, 170 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Proescholdt, Kevin. “From Madrid to Mora: Minnesota’s Rutherford Land Company and Iowa’s John Wesley Check.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 4: 209-219 (October, 1990).
A land company mounted an extensive advertising campaign in 1907-1909 which lured settlers from Madrid, Iowa, to north central Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

PROESCHOLDT, KEVIN. The Demography of the New Sweden Settlement in Iowa, 1845-1880. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 32: 147-157 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Prof. Theodore Blegen død. Nordisk Tidende, July 31, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Prof. Theodore Blegen runder 75 aar. Decorah-Posten, July 28, 1966.
Salute to immigration’s “grand old man” on his seventy-fifth birthday.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Professor Einar Haugen har betydd meget for det norske sprogs bevarelse og utbredelse i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, January 5, 1967.
A tribute to and an evaluation of Haugen’s contribution to Norwegian studies.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Professor Øystein Ore gir en orientering om Vinlandskartet, sensasjonen det skapte og dets uløste gater. Nordisk Tidende, March 23, April 6, 1967.
Ore reviews the history of the Vinland map and defends its authenticity.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Professor Theodore Blegen runder de 75 i fin form. Minnesota Posten, July 28, 1966.
Tribute to Dr. Theodore C. Blegen for his contributions to Norwegian immigrant history.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Prouty, Andrew Mason, More Deadly Than War! Pacific Coast Logging, 1827-1981, New York, 1985. 252 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

PRPIC, GEORGE J. The Croatian Immigrants in America. New York, 1971. xiii, 519 pp.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

PUOTINEN, ARTHUR E. Finnish Radicals and Religion in Midwestern Mining Towns, 1865-1914. New York, 1979. vii, 339 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Puskas, Julianna, From Hungary to the United States (1880-1914). Translated by Maria Bales and Eva Pálmai and edited by F. Mucsi. Budapest, 1982. 225 pp.
". . . . the first English-language history of emigration to come out of East Central Europe. . . . a condensed, and translated, version of a much longer book that originally appeared in Hungarian.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

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QUACKENBUSH, MICHELLE and SYLVESTER, LORNA, eds. "Letter of Jacob Schramm in Indiana to Karl Zimmermann in Germany, 1842." Indiana Magazine of History, 77:268-287 (September, 1981). Translated by Julie Simonton.
A letter discouraging emigration to America.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

QUALEY, C. C. The Fox River Norwegian settlement. Illinois state historical society, Journal, 27:133-177 (July, 1934).
This article, which is also issued as a separate, was written in connection with the centennial of the settlement of the Norwegian colony in La Salle County, Illinois, in 1834. It gives an account of the first Norwegian group immigration in 1825, the settlement in Orleans County, New York, migration westward and the settlement in Illinois, the function of the Fox River settlement as a mother colony, church matters, and the leadership of Cleng Peerson. Appendices contain four "America letters," written in 1837, 1838, 1839, and 1842; an account of Wossingen, which was published from December, 1857, to February, 1860; and a discussion of "What became of Cleng Peerson."
----------A hunt for Norwegian-American records. Norwegian- American studies and records, 7:95-120 (1933).
Volume 8, 1934

QUALEY, CARLTON C. Diary of a Swedish Horticulturist, 1855-1898. Minnesota History, 43:63-70 (Summer, 1972).
Analysis of a remarkable diary kept by a many-sided Swedish immigrant who settled in Carver County, Minnesota.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

QUALEY, CARLTON C. Jørgen Gjerdrum's Letters from America, 1874-75. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:82-97 (1940).
----------Pioneer Scandinavian Settlement in Michigan. Michigan History Magazine, 24:435-450 (autumn, 1940).
Volume 12, 1941

QUALEY, CARLTON C. Norwegian settlement in the United States. Northfield, Minnesota, Norwegian-American historical association, 1938. 285 p.
A study of the distribution of Norwegian immigrants in the United States, with extensive statistical maps and tables. A review by Gertrude Jacobsen appears in Minnesota history, 19:199-201 (June, 1938).
---------- A typical Norwegian settlement: Spring Grove, Minnesota. Norwegian-American studies and records, 9:54-66 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

Qualey, Carlton C. Pioneer Norwegian settlement in North Dakota. NORTH DAKOTA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, 5:14-37 (October, 1930).
The author presents a general survey of Norwegian immigration to the Northwest, with emphasis on the fact that immigration to North Dakota was largely interstate and was part of the settlement of the Red River Valley. He tells the story of the leadership of Paul Hjelm-Hansen after 1869, the grouping of settlers about the territory of Mandan, the boom of 1879-86, and the increase of the Norwegian contingent until, in 1890, it reached thirty per cent of the population.
---------- transl. and ed. From New York to Wisconsin in 1844, by Johan Gasmann. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 5:30-49 (1930).
Fragments of Captain Johan Gasmann's record of a journey from New York to Wisconsin in the summer of 1844 are here translated and edited. The journals were printed originally in Bratsberg-Amts Correspondent, February 3, 10, 27, March 3, 6, 10, 1845, and in Christiansandsposten, February 7, 14, 28, March 13, 17, 1845.
Volume 6, 1931

QUALEY, CARLTON C. Theodore C. Blegen. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:3-13 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

QUALEY, CARLTON C., ed. The Immigration History Newsletter.
A publication of the Immigration History Society. The Newsletter usually carries one or two lead articles and an exhaustive bibliography of current literature on immigration.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Qualey, Carlton C., ed. The Immigration History Newsletter.
Published twice a year by the Immigration History Society, it contains articles, bibliography, listing of works in progress, and other material of interest to scholars in the field of ethnic history.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

QUALEY, CARLTON C., ed. Thorstein Veblen: The Carleton College Veblen Seminar Essays. New York, 1968. 170 p.
A collection of the papers presented in 1966 at the American Studies Seminar, Carleton College, with an introduction by the editor. Reviewed in Minnesota History, Winter, 1968, and the Journal of Economic History, June, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Qualey, Carlton C., tr. and ed. Claus L. Clausen, pioneer pastor and settlement promoter:
illustrative documents. NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES AND RECORDS, 6:12-29 (1931).
The story of Claus L. Clausen, Danish-born member of a Norwegian group of immigrants who arrived in the United States in 1843; founder of churches, synods, settlements, editor of Emigranten and an associate in the publication of Luthersk maanedstidende, pastor, farmer, politician, chaplain in the civil war. The documents include a letter of Clausen to Alexander Ramsey, governor of Minnesota, dated January 22, 1850, regarding Minnesota lands; an article from Emigranten of October 1, 1852; and a letter from Emigranten of April 29, 1853.
--------Pioneer Norwegian settlement in Minnesota. MINNESOTA HISTORY, 12:247-280
(September, 1931).
A general survey of early Norwegian migration into Minnesota. Subjects discussed include statistics of immigration, location of settlements, agents, with special mention of Paul Hjelm-Hansen, railroad immigration work, state immigration activities, and so forth. A map showing the distribution of Norwegians in Minnesota in 1875 accompanies the article.

QUALEY, CARLTON C., tr. and ed. Seven America Letters to Valdres. Norwegian-American Studies, 22: 144-161 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

QUALEY, CARLTON C., tr. and ed. Three America Letters to Lesja. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 41-54 (1977).
Disillusionment and hope expressed in letters sent from Minnesota to Gudbrandsdal, 1867, 1869, and 1896.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

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RAAEN, AAGOT. Aal menighet. Hallingen, 171:9-14 (June, 1955).
A history of Aal parish, Steele County, North Dakota.
---------- Guri Settungsgaard Sondreaal. Hallingen, 166:4-13 (March, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

RAAEN, AAGOT. Ben Bakkens livssaga. Hallingen, 147:17-22 (June, 1949).
---------- Clara Olson Elswick. Hallingen, 149:13-16 (December, 1949).
---------- Knut Thorsgaard og Thorsgaard Slekten. Hallingen, 146:4-9 (March, 1949).
---------- Nysetlingshistorie fra Goose River. Hallingen, vol. 141 (December, 1947, and following issues).
Volume 16 1950

RAAEN, AAGOT. Dagny Bernice Berg og Moberg-Berg slekten. Hallingen, 151:17-26 (June, 1950).
---------- Grass of the Earth; Immigrant Life in the Dakota Country. Northfield, Minnesota, 1950. 238 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 35:52 (March, 1951).
---------- Gro Viken Mork. Hallingen, 152:14-19 (September, 1950).
Gro Viken Mork (1844-1887) immigrated in 1864.
Volume 17, 1952

Raaen, Aagot. Grass of the Earth: The Story of a Norwegian Immigrant Family in Dakota. St. Paul, 1994. xxv, 238 pp.
Reprint of the 1950 Norwegian-American Historical Association book, with a new introduction by Barbara Handy-Marchello.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

RAAEN, AAGOT. Hol menighet ved Goose River. Hallingen, 162:4-10 (March, 1953).
The Hol congregation of the Lutheran church in the Goose River region of North Dakota.
---------- Measure of My Days. Fargo, North Dakota, 1953. 323 p.
Volume 18, 1954

Ræder, Ole Munch. America in the forties; the letters of Ole Munch Ræder, translated and edited by Gunnar J. Malmin. Minneapolis, published for the Norwegian-American historical association by the University of Minnesota press [1929]. 244 p. (Norwegian-American historical association. Travel and description series, vol. 3.)
Travel letters, 1847-1848, of a Norwegian scholar who was sent by his government to study the American jury system. Reviewed in Minnesota history, II :82-33 (March, 193o), by Joseph Schafer; and in the New York Times for December 16, 1929.
Volume 5, 1930

RAMBERG, TRYGVE. Den norske Yale professoren Øystein Ore -matematiker i verdensformat. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:252-254 (November, 1963).
An interview with Professor Ore, mathematician at Yale University.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

RAMBERG, TRYGVE. Grand Old Man i Brooklyn: Redaktør Carl Søyland 75 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62: 126-129 (June, 1969).
Carl Søyland, former editor of Nordisk Tidende, discusses relations of Norwegian Americans to the United States.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Ramsfjell, Berit Sagen. De fant et nytt hjem: om utvandringen fra Asker til USA fram tilAsker: Asker og Bærum historielag, 1995. 237 pp.; ill. Title trans.: They found a new home: about the emigration from Asker to the USA up to 1914.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Rand, Sidney. In pleasant places. [Northfield, Minn.: St. Olaf College], 1996. 322 pp.; ill. Rand served as president of St. Olaf College and ambassador to Norway.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

RANDALL, HARRY. Rundt på jorden i åtti år. Oslo, 1946. 207 p.
Eighty years round about the world; the autobiography of a musician.
Volume 17, 1952

RASMUSSEN, ANNE-MARIE
Anne-Marie Rasmussen. There Was Once a Time. New York, 1975. 237 pp.
“The autobiography of the young girl who came from Norway to work for Nelson Rockefeller and then married his son Steven.”
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

RASMUSSEN, INGEBORG. Inger M. Scholdager. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 80:84-86 (March, 1937).
The biography of a Chicago teacher and school superintendent.
Volume 10, 1938

Rasmussen, Janet E. “‘I met him at Normanna hall’: Ethnic Cohesion and Marital Patterns among Scandinavian Immigrant Women.” Norwegian-American Studies, 32: 71-92 (1989).
“To a high degree the women interviewed for this study preferred Scandinavian husbands even though life in America brought about marked changes in attitude and courting behavior.”
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Rasmussen, Janet E. “‘The Best Place on Earth for Women’: The American Experience of Aasta Hansteen.” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 245-267 (1986).
This Norwegian feminist lived in America from 1880 to 1889 and was greatly affected by the more advanced American feminist movement.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Rasmussen, Janet E. “Gender and Ethnicity.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 41-48.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Rasmussen, Janet E. “Women and Domestic Service: An Oral History Report from the Pacific Northwest.” Norse Heritage 1989 Yearbook, 88-97.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Rasmussen, Janet E. New Land, New Lives: Scandinavian Immigrants to the Pacific Northwest. Northfield, Minn., and Seattle, 1993. xiii, 320 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

RASMUSSEN, MATHILDE. A Brief History of the P. A. Rasmussen Family. Minneapolis, 1945. 45 p.
Volume 15, 1949

Rasmussen, Rasmus Elias. “Viking” from Norway to America. Translated by Helen Fletre. Chicago, 1984. 95 pp.
A partial translation of “Viking” fra Norge til Amerika, an account of the sailing of the Viking from Norway to the Colombian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, which was published in 1894.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

RASMUSSEN, RASMUS. “Viking” fra Norge til Amerika. Vinland, November 4, 1965-October 20, 1966.
Diary of the author’s trip across the Atlantic in 1892.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

RASMUSSEN, WALTER E. A History of Five Related Families of St. Croix County: Jacobson, Rasmussen, Nelson, Brandt, Christopherson. Baldwin, Wisconsin, 1950. 68 p.
Volume 17, 1952

RATNER, MARC L. The Romantic Spencerian. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 204-219 (1967).
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Raubach de Lange, Trygve. The tiger of the Norsemen of America; a sketch of Rasmus B. Anderson. NORDISK TIDENDE, Dr, 41:1, 18 (March 12, 1931).
Volume 6, 1931

Raubach de Lange, Trygve. The tiger of the Norsemen of America; a sketch of Rasmus B. Anderson. NORDISK TIDENDE, Dr, 41:1, 18 (March 12, 1931).
Volume 6, 1931

Ravenholt, Reimert T. “Hanne Ravnholt - Pioneer Wisconsin Butter-maker.” The Bridge, 10, 1: 5-19 (1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Ray, Olaf. The historical setting of Leif Erikson and America's discovery at the close of the Viking age. Chicago, Illinois, Olaf Ray, 1931. [8] p.
Volume 7, 1933

RAY, OLAF. Vora navne. Chicago, 1946. 400 p.
A study of Norwegian names as adapted to American usage.
Volume 15, 1949

REA, MARJORIE. Before Columbus. Kiwanis Magazine, 37:19 (July, 1952).
A review of facts known concerning the Kensington rune stone, and an account of the placing of a replica of the stone at Alexandria, Minnesota.
RENDARL, SENA A. Amdahl Family Records. Fillmore, North Dakota, 1951. 6 p.
Volume 18, 1954

Read, Gordon. “Liverpool -- The Flood-Gate of the Old World: A Study in Ethnic Attitudes,” Journal of American Ethnic History (1993), 13(1): 31-47.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

REASKE, HERBERT E. Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth. New York, 1965. 108 p.
Notes and study guides.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

REBERG, OLE R. Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Land Congregation, 1938, Minneola Township,
Goodhue County, Minnesota.
N.p., 1938. [16p.]
Settlement began in 1855, and the congregation was organized a few years later. The church is
now affiliated with the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America.
Volume 11, 1940

Red Riverdalens pioner: Et hundreårsminne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60: 114-115 (June, 1967).
An account of Paul Hjelm-Hansen as Norwegian pathfinder to the Red River Valley.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Redaktør i Amerika gjennom 30 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:73 (April, 1954).
An article, signed “O.M.,” about the Norwegian-American editor, Tryggve Monsen, who served various publications through a period of thirty years.
Volume 19, 1956

REESE, KARL KNUTSEN
Elsa Normann. Trønderen Karl Knutsen Reese er i full aktivitet med sin kunst. Nordisk Tidende, July 9, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

REEVES, ARTHUR MIDDLETON. The Finding of Wineland the Good: The History of the Icelandic Discovery of America. New York, 1967. 205 p.
Reprint of the 1895 edition.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

REIARSDALEN, ANNE TORINE. Emigrant vise frå Drangedal. Årbok for Telemark, 32-34 (1972).
Reprint of an emigrant poem written about 1890 on the eve of leaving Drangedal, Telemark, Norway. It can be sung to the tune of an old Drangedal folk melody. It was submitted to the Årbok by Knut Hansson Kaasa.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

REIERSEN, JOHAN R. Behind the Scenes of Emigration; a Series of Letters from the 1840's; translated by Carl O. Paulson and the Verdandi Study Club; edited by Thedore C. Blegen. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:78-116 (1944).
Volume 15, 1949

REIERSEN, JOHAN R.
Kjell Rosenberg. Fra Agder til Texas. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 68:40-43 (1975).
Sketch of the leader of Norwegian migration to Texas. The article also contains information about Elise Wærenskjold and other prominent Norwegian pioneers in that state.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

REIERSEN, JOHAN REINERT. Pathfinder for Norwegian Emigrants. Translated and introduced by Frank G. Nelson. Northfield, 1981. xi, 239 pp.
Reiersen’s Veiviser for norske emigranter was originally published in Norway in 1844 and played an important role in promoting Norwegian immigration, especially to Texas.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Reigstad, Karl J. “Landet dei valde,” Osterøy i soge og samtid. Sogeskrift for Osterøy (1997), I: 99-113. Title trans.: The land they chose.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

REIGSTAD, OLE. Norge og norske flyvere i kamp. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 34:196-201 (December, 1941).
Little Norway in Canada and its trained fliers in combat.
Volume 13, 1943 (article)

REIGSTAD, PAUL, M. Journey to Rølvaag. Norseman, no. 3, p. 56- 59 (1967).
Tells of the author’s visit to O. E. Ravage's ancestral home in Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

REIGSTAD, PAUL. Rølvaag: His Life and Art. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1972. 160 pp.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Reindeer from Norway to Rescue Miners in Alaska. Sons of Norway Viking, 69:48-49 (February, 1972).
Reindeer, gold, and Scandinavians in Alaska.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

REINERTSEN, P. J. Fort Thompson in the eighties; a communication. Norwegian-American studies and
records,
8: 162-163 (1934).
Volume 9, 1936 (article)

REINTON, LARS. Hallingane i Norge og i Amerika. Hallingen, 168: 10-17 (September, 1954).
---------- Litt om historie og lokalhistorie i Amerika. Heimen, 2:480-486 (June, 1954).
An article about historical writing, especially local history, in America by the chairman of the national society for local history in Norway.
---------- Litt om historiegransking i Amerika. Syn og segn, vol. 61, no. 5, p. 206-212 (1955).
Reflections about historical research in America, including some comments about the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
---------- Norsk historie i Amerika og lokalhistoria i Noreg. Heimen, 10:106-114 (September, 1955).
“Norwegian History in America and Local History in Norway,” a survey of Norwegian-American historical research and a plea for closer co-operation between students working in the Norwegian-American field and Norwegian local history.
Volume 19, 1956

REINTON, LARS. Utvandrings- og innvandringshistorie og Amenrikabrev. Heimen, 10:433-441 (June, 1957).
An article about emigration, immigration, and America letters, occasioned by the publication of Theodore C. Blegen’s Land of Their Choice.
Volume 20, 1959

REINTON, SIGURD S. Tale av Sigurd S. Reinton. Hallingen, 183:10-19 (June, 1958).
A speech delivered at the fiftieth anniversary meeting of Hallinglaget at Moorhead, Minnesota, in June, 1957. Sigurd Reinton is a well-known Norwegian folklorist and local historian who represented Hallingdal at the meeting.
Volume 20, 1959

REISHUS, MARTHA, comp. The builders; chapters in the history of the pioneer Lutheran church at Minot, North Dakota. [1933]. 82p.
In this pamphlet are included two very interesting documents: a travelogue of a journey from Mayville to Mouse River in 1881, written by B. Harstad, and a diary of the Reverend T. S. Reishus for the period June 19 to October 18, 1886. Both documents are important as sources for the history of pioneer settlement in North Dakota.
Volume 8, 1934

REISHUS, MARTHA. The Rag Rug. New York, 1955. 252 p.
The author “writes ... about several generations of her family, its origin in Norway, followed by emigration to the New World, and subsequently homesteading in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.”
Volume 19, 1956

REISHUS, SONDRE. Historical Facts anent the Reishus Clan. Cottonwood Current, June 9,7, 1949, and following issues.
Volume 16 1950

REISLER, MARK. By the Sweat of Their Brow: Mexican Immigrant Labor in the United States, 1900-1940. Westport: Greenwood, 1976. xi, 298 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

REISMAN, DAVID. Thorstein Veblen: A Critical Interpretation. New York, 1953. xv, 221 p.
A volume in the Twentieth Century Library, which aims to give the intelligent layman a basic understanding of those thinkers of the last hundred years who have most influenced the intellectual currents of our time. Reviewed in Minnesota History (Winter, 1953).
Volume 19, 1956

Reitan, Peter. Et 50 aars og et 35 aars minde; da Kristians-underen Fred. Norman drog over Atlanteren i dorybaad; Brødrene Karlsens mislykkede færd, MINNEAPOLIS 44: 1, 2 (August 7, 1930).
An account of the trip of Fred. Norman in the "Little Western," from New York to Cowes, England, in 1880, and of the attempted crossing of the Karlsen brothers in 1895 in the small boat, "Sosodont," which was lost off the coast of Ireland.
Volume 6, 1931

Reitan, Peter. Et 50 aars og et 35 aars minde; da Kristiansunderen Fred. Norman drog over Atlanteren i dorybaad; Brødrene Karlsens mislykkede færd, MINNEAPOLIS 44: 1, 2 (August 7, 1930).
An account of the trip of Fred. Norman in the "Little Western," from New York to Cowes, England, in 1880, and of the attempted crossing of the Karlsen brothers in 1895 in the small boat, "Sosodont," which was lost off the coast of Ireland.
Volume 6, 1931

REITZ, J. and ASHTON, MARGARET. "Ukranian Language and Identity in Urban Canada." Canadian Ethnic Studies, 12,2:33-54 (1980).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

REMAN, EDWARD Paul Knutson færden. Skandinaven, September 13, 1938.
This is Kensington rune stone lore, the article being a criticism of the accounts of Paul Knutson's
trip.
Volume 11, 1940

REMAN, EDWARD. The Norse Discoveries and Explorations in America. With editor's preface by Arthur G. Brodeur. Berkeley, California, 1949. 201 p.
Volume 16 1950

Rene, K. A. Historie om udvandringen fra Voss og Vossinger i Amerika. Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company, 1930. 880 p.
This volume is a comprehensive record of emigration from Voss, Norway, with statistics of Vossings in America. Genealogical information dates back to 950 A.D. More than twelve thousand names are given. There are seven charts and maps and seventy-nine photographic cuts.
Volume 6, 1931

Rene, K. A. Historie om udvandringen fra Voss og Vossinger i Amerika. Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company, 1930. 880 p.
This volume is a comprehensive record of emigration from Voss, Norway, with statistics of Vossings in America. Genealogical information dates back to 950 A.D. More than twelve thousand names are given. There are seven charts and maps and seventy-nine photographic cuts.
Volume 6, 1931

RENE, K. A. Vosselaget er 25 aar; mange af de bedst kjendte Vossinger i Amerika var blandt stifterne; værdifulde tiltag for en række gode formaal: et historisk rids. Skandinaven, June 5, 1934, p. 1, 2.
The Vosselag has a record of twenty-five years, and this article tells its history, mentions many of its prominent members, and lists some of the causes it has supported.
Volume 8, 1934

Rengard, Sverre Georg. “Julebrev fra Amerika,” Årbok for Beiarn. Beiarn historielag (1997), I: 88-97. Title trans.: Christmas letters from America.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

RENSEL, TORLEIV, Da nordmenn utvandret til Amerika. Hallingen, 194:26-28 (March, 1961).
Pioneer life at Gary, Minnesota.
Volume 21, 1962

RENSEL, TORLEIV. Blandt hallinger i Amerika. Hallingen, 194:15 (March, 1961).
A biographical sketch of Sevat Raaen of Gary, Minnesota.
Volume 21, 1962

REQUE, SIGURD S. Fra pionertiden og fremover. Decorah-posten, August 23-September 23, 1938.
Various topics are discussed in these installments, such as the oldest Norwegian settlement in
northeastern Iowa and southeastern Minnesota, experiences of Pastors Brandt and Koren in the pioneer settlements, school matters, and the history of the Springfield Lutheran congregation.
---------- Koren Eighty-fifth Anniversary Festival, Sunday, September Fourth, Nineteen Hundred Thirty-eight, Luther College Campus, Decorah, Iowa. Decorah, Iowa, [Posten Press], 1938. 32 p.
In honor of Vilhelm Koren (1826-1910), pioneer pastor and church leader.
Volume 11, 1940

Restored 1856 Homestead,” Country Living, 10,1:70-76 (January, 1987). Photographic essay about Little Norway, a privately-owned open-air museum in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Reuter, Laurel. “Historical Tracings: The Evocative Folk Paintings of Emily Lunde.” North Dakota History, 58, 2: 31-33 (1991).
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

REYMERT, MARTIN L. James Denoon Reymert and the Norwegian Press. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12:79--90 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

Rholl, Arthur, ed. Red Wing Seminary; fifty years of service. Published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary, which was celebrated September 15 to 17, 1929. Editorial committee: G. M. Bruce, Arthur Rholl, N. N. Ronning, M. O. Wee, J. M. Wick. Editor-in-chief, Arthur Rholl. n.p., 1930. 145 p.
The volume contains material relating to the history of Red Wing Seminary, which was established in 1879 by the Hauge Synod, and functioned until 1917 as its theological seminary. Since the union in 1917 it has continued as academy, proseminary, and junior college of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America.
Volume 6, 1931

Rholl, Arthur, ed. Red Wing Seminary; fifty years of service. Published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary, which was celebrated September 15 to 17, 1929. Editorial committee: G. M. Bruce, Arthur Rholl, N. N. Ronning, M. O. Wee, J. M. Wick. Editor-in-chief, Arthur Rholl. n.p., 1930. 145 p.
The volume contains material relating to the history of Red Wing Seminary, which was established in 1879 by the Hauge Synod, and functioned until 1917 as its theological seminary. Since the union in 1917 it has continued as academy, proseminary, and junior college of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America.
Volume 6, 1931

RIAN, JOHN P., comp. Dovre Lodge No. 3, Sons of Norway, through Forty Years, 1900-1940. Edited by Peter Thorhaug. Minneapolis, 1940. 81 p.
Volume 14, 1944

RICE, GEORGE. Kensington Rune Stone: Hoax or History? Minneapolis Star, April 11-16, 1955.
A series of six articles analyzing this much-debated question. “Prior to the time of his assignment Rice had been convinced the rune stone was authentic. The investigation and research which he carried out now has him equally convinced that the stone is not authentic.” Replies to these articles by R. S. Thornton, John Obert, and Harold Langeland were published in the Minneapolis Star, May 18-20, 1955.
Volume 19, 1956

Richardson, T. C. When the Norsemen came to Texas; after eight centuries a mild-mannered carpenter leads his race to new homes in land discovered by Viking ancestors. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40:16 (May 22, 1930).
The story of the Norwegian settlement in Texas under the leadership of Cleng Peerson.
Volume 6, 1931

Richardson, T. C. When the Norsemen came to Texas; after eight centuries a mild-mannered carpenter leads his race to new homes in land discovered by Viking ancestors. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40:16 (May 22, 1930).
The story of the Norwegian settlement in Texas under the leadership of Cleng Peerson.
Volume 6, 1931

Richtik, James M. “Chain Migration Among Icelandic Settlers in Canada to 1891.” Scandinavian-Canadian Studies: Etudes Scandinaves au Canada, 2: 73-88 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

RIIS, JACOB A.
James B. Lane. Jacob A. Riis and the American City. Port Washington, New York, 1974. xi, 267 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Riise, Jarl. “Utvandringen til Amerika.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 9-18.
About emigration to America, especially from Trøndelag.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

RILEY, GLENDA. Frontierswomen, the Iowa Experience. Ames, Iowa, 1981. 210 pp.
"Professor Riley attempts to make some sense of immigrator and black women's frontier lives."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Riley, Jocelyn. Norwegian pioneer women: a resource guide. Madison, Wis.: Her Own Words, 1995. 113 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

RINDE, OLAUS. Forandringen paa Stone Hill. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1934. 209 p.
A novel, the scene of which is laid principally in a Norwegian settlement
in Minnesota.
Volume 9, 1936

RING, FREDERICK. Reiser og oplevelser. Chicago, Author, [n.d.]. 92 p.
Largely autobiographical and not a connected narrative. The author immigrated in 1882.
Volume 9, 1936

RIPPLEY, LA VERN J. A New Life for Ellis Island. Coronet, April, 1967.
The first stop for immigrants from 1892 to 1954 is now a part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

RIPPLEY, LA VERN J. Of German Ways. Minneapolis, 1970. 301 p.
A discussion of the pattern of life of the German people, both in Europe and America. This book is one of a series including Of Norwegian Ways by Bent Vanberg and Of Swedish Ways by Lilly Lorénzen.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

RIPPLEY, LA VERN J. The German-Americans. Boston, 1976. 271 pp.
The Volume treats immigration from Germany to the United States from the pre-Revolutionary War period to the present, with emphasis on the twentieth century. The main thrust concerns the average immigrant. There are chapters on the Russian Germans, the German-language newspapers, schools, churches, and on well-known individuals who made special contributions to American society. A Volume in the Immigrant Heritage of America Series published by Twayne, Inc.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Rippley, La Vern J. The Immigrant Experience in Wisconsin. Boston, 1985. 220 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

RIPPLEY, LaVERN J. Conflict in the Classroom: Anti-Germanism in Minnesota Schools, 1917-19. Minnesota History, 47: 171-183 (1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

RISCHIN, MOSES, ed. Immigration and the American Tradition. (The American Heritage Series). Indianapolis, 1976. 1c, 456 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Rischin, Moses. “Marcus Lee Hansen: America’s First Transethnic Historian.” The Bridge, 7, 2: 22-52 (1984).
Hansen “was the first and only American historian between the two world wars to conceptualize, legitimate, and give stature and universality to the ethnic dimensions of American life, at least in its European aspects.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

RISCHIN, MOSES. Immigration, Migration, and Minorities in California: A Reassessment. Pacific Historical Review, 41:71-90 (February, 1972).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Ristad, D. G. Den norske innsats i amerikansk kulturliv. A reprint from NORSK PEDAGOGISK ÅRBOK, 1927, p. 54-70.
The author considers the cultural contributions to American life of the Norwegian immigrants and their descendants.
---------- Fra det norske Amerika: Kvad. Minneapolis, Augsburg publishing house, 1930. 90 p.
This collection of verse by Mr. Ristad includes material that deals with the significance of Norway's contribution to American life, the struggles and bewilderment of the transplanted individuals, and the trend of progress in the new communities of Norwegians. Titles of poems are evidence of their contents: Kleng Peerson, Historic, Mitt Folk, Nyland, Det nye Normandi, Pioneerstuen, Oberst Hans Heg, Den døende pioneer, Brobyggere, Johannes B. Wist, O. E. Rølvaag, Rasmus B. Anderson, Den norsk-amerikanske presse. An earlier collection of verse by Mr. Ristad, with the title, Fra det nye Normandie: Kvad, was published in 1922.
---------- Trønderlaget i Amerika. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23: 224-226 (July, 1950).
In this article the author gives an historical sketch of Trønderlaget.
Volume 6, 1931

RISTAD, D. G. Norske bygder i Manitowoc County og deromkring. Jul i vesterheimen, 1932, p. 15-19.
Norwegian settlements in and about Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. There is an illustration of Manitowoc in 1855, one of the Gjerpen church in Manitowoc County, one of the First church in Valders, Wisconsin, and a portrait of Steffen Olsen Helle, pioneer.
----------Ole Rynning. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1930-31, p. 58-62.
A brief biographical treatment of Ole Rynning (1809-38).
----------Pastor Severin Gunderson. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:14-15 (January, 1933).
----------Svein Nilsson. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1930-31, p. 63-70.
A biography of Svein Nilsson (1826-1908), one of the most prominent and influential of early Norwegian-American journalists.
Volume 8, 1934

RISTAD, D. G. Svein Nilsson, pioneer Norwegian-American historian. Norwegian-American studies
and records,
9:29-37 (1936).
Volume 10, 1938

RISTEIGEN, H. T. Halvor T. Risteigens selvbiografi. Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag, Aarbok, no.
4, 1932, p. 42-47.
An autobiography of H. T. Risteigen of Oslo, Minnesota.
Volume 8, 1934

ROAL, LAURITZ BERNTSEN
80 år gammel norsk guligraver fant aldri gull og sitter nå på gamlehjemmet i Dawson City. Nordisk Tidende, January 4, 1962.
A gold miner in the Yukon.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

ROBERTSON, NAN. Viking Ruins Found in North Newfoundland. New York Times, November 5, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ROBINSON, ELWYN B. History of North Dakota. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1966. 599 p.
The influence of geography in the state’s development. Reviewed in American Historical Review, April, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Rochlin, Harriet and Fred. Pioneer Jews: A New Life in the Far West. Boston, 1984. 243 pp.
“Whether in the mines, on the farms and ranches, or in trade, commerce, and the professions, Jewish pioneers in the West made good.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

ROCK VALLE CONGREGATION, REDWOOD AND YELLOW MEDICINE COUNTIES, MINNESOTA. Seksti-aarsfest for Rock Valle menighed, 1873-1933. n.p., [1933]. 11 p.
A pamphlet issued on the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the Rock Valle Lutheran church. There are illustrations and portraits.
Volume 8, 1934

Rockaway, Robert A. The Jews of Detroit: From the Beginning, 1762-1914. Detroit, 1986. xi, 162 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Rockne memorial associations inc. Rockne of Notre Dame. Notre Dame, Indiana, Rockne memorial association, inc., 1931. 35 p.
Rockne's career. Minneapolis, Modern magazines, inc., 1931. 64 p.
Volume 7, 1933

Rockne, Knute K. From Norway to Notre Dame; autobiography. COLLIER'S, October 18-December 6, 1950.
The series is issued in installments, beginning with the issue of October 18, 1930, and ending with the issue of December 6, 1930.
Volume 6, 1931

Rockne, Knute K. From Norway to Notre Dame; autobiography. COLLIER'S, October 18-December 6, 1950.
The series is issued in installments, beginning with the issue of October 18, 1930, and ending with the issue of December 6, 1930.
Volume 6, 1931

Rockne, Knute Kenneth. The autobiography of Knute K. Rockne; edited by Bonnie Skiles
Rockne. Indianapolis, Indiana, Bobbs-Merrill company, 1931. 296 p.
The book is reviewed in New York times book review, November 8, 1931, p. 11.
Volume 7, 1933

ROCKNE, KNUTE
Nanna Ebbing. En navngjeten vossing. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:188 (July, 1962).
Unveiling of the Knute Rockne monument.
Johan Hambro. “The Rock from Norway.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:144-147 (June, 1962).
Fred H. Karlsborg. Knute Rockne får sin bauta. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:248 (November, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Rockne. Knute Rockne hedres. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:65 (March, 1962).
Festivities at the Chicago Norske Klub in honor of a great football coach.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ROCKSTAD, A. A. Andrew A. Rockstad. Numedal, Kongsberg og omegn lag, Aarbok, no. 4, 1932, p.
35-38.
Rockstad immigrated in 1876. He went to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and later to
Blooming Prairie, Minnesota. Still later he lived at Yellow River, Wisconsin, and finally in San Diego, California.
Volume 8, 1934

RODEGAARD, OLAF
Peder H. Nelson. Ski instruktør Olaf Rodegaard. Hallingen, June, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Rodegard, Olaf. Amerikabrev. Nesbyen, Norway, 1988. 173 pp.
Rodegard of Hallingdal came to America in 1929 when he was 18 and remained for thirty-seven years. These letters were first published on cassettes (with Rodegard reading the letters himself) between 1984 and 1988 in the Hallingdal Lydavis published by the Lions’ Club of Hallingdal.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

RODNING, S. S. Minder fra Norge og Amerika. Skandinaven, December 2, 1938-April 7, 1939.
Recollections of a pioneer.
Volume 11, 1940

RØED, JAN ERIK. Sigmund Skard Bibliography. Americana-norvegica, 4:223-237 (1973).
Bibliography of the writings of a prominent scholar who for many years was professor of American literature at the University of Oslo.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

ROEDDER, KARSTEN. Av en utvandrer-avis saga. Brooklyn. Vol. 1 (1891-1940), 1966. 302 p. Vol. 2 (1940-1967), 1968. 367 p.
History of the Brooklyn Norwegian colony as it is reflected in Nordisk Tidende. Reviewed in Nordisk Tidende, December 12, 1968, and Scandinavian-American Bulletin, March, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

ROEDDER, KARSTEN. Chicago i sin tid norskdommens belevne høyborg i U.S. Nordisk Tidende, August 22, 1963.
Chicago at one time the center of Norwegian-American life.
---------- Det norske Amerika har all rett til å være stolt av St. Olaf College. Nordisk Tidende, September 12, 1963.
An editor visits St. Olaf College.
---------- Norske røtter stikker dypt i universitetsbyen Madison. Nordisk Tidende, August 29, 1963.
Madison, Wisconsin, a center of Norwegian cultural life.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ROEDDER, KARSTEN. Han har den magiske evne til a fornye seg stadig. Nordisk Tidende, May 15, 1969.
Tribute to Carl Søyland on his seventy-fifth birthday by his successor as editor of Nordisk Tidende.
---------- Nordisk Tidende - gjennom 75 år. Nordisk Tidende, January 6, 1966-August 24, 1967.
History of Nordisk Tidende.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

ROGNESS, ALVIN N. A Tribute to Herman Amberg Preus. Luther Theological Seminary Review, October, 1967.
Includes a biographical sketch.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Rohne, J. M. Dahl, Theodor Halvorson (Apr. 2, 1845-Jan. 18, 1923.) DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 5:28.
Pastor T. H. Dahl was for a period of many years president of the United Norwegian Lutheran church.
---------- Dietrichson, Johannes Wilhelm Christian (Apr. 4, or Aug. 23, 1815-Nov. 14, 1883.) DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 5: 307.
See note under Mellby, C. A.: A champion of tradition and order.
Volume 6, 1931

Rohne, J. M. Dahl, Theodor Halvorson (Apr. 2, 1845-Jan. 18, 1923.) DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 5:28.
Pastor T. H. Dahl was for a period of many years president of the United Norwegian Lutheran church.
---------- Dietrichson, Johannes Wilhelm Christian (Apr. 4, or Aug. 23, 1815-Nov. 14, 1883.) DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 5: 307.
See note under Mellby, C. A.: A champion of tradition and order.
Volume 6, 1931

ROHNE, J. M. Kildahl, Johan Nathan (Jan. 4, 1857-Sept. 25, 1920). Dictionary of American biography,
10:373 (1933).
A leader among Norwegian-American churchmen and president of St. Olaf college from 1899 to 1914.
---------- The pit whence we were digged. Lutheran herald, 18:523-524, 537 (June 5, 1934).
An historical survey of Norwegian Lutheran church organizations in this country.
---------- Koren, Ulrik Vilhelm (Dec. 22, 1826-Dec. 20, 1910). Dictionary of American biography, 10: 495-496 (1933),
A leader in the organization of the Norwegian synod and also in the founding of Luther college, Decorah, Iowa. His life-long pastorate was at Washington Prairie, Iowa. He was president of the Norwegian synod from 1894 to the time of his death.
---------- Larsen, Peter Laurentius (Aug. 10, 1833-Mar. 1, 1915). Dictionary of American biography,
11:9-10 (1933).
A biography of the famous first president of Luther college, Decorah, Iowa.
---------- Veil of uncertainty shrouds Orrock Lutheran church. Sherburne County (Minnesota) star news, November 9, 1933, p.3.
The Orrock Lutheran church of Sherburne County, Minnesota, celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 1933. Church work was begun in that locality by O. A. Normann in 1873.
Volume 8, 1934

Rohne, J. Magnus. Clausen, Claus Lauritz (Nov. 3, 1820-Feb. 20, 1892). DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY, 4: 166-167.
A short biographical sketch of a Dane who did pioneer church work among the Norwegian Lutherans in the early settlements in the West.
---------- transl, and ed. Report of the annual meeting of the Haugean churches held at Lisbon, Illinois, in June, 1854. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 4:15-42 (1929).
A report of the first meeting, 1854, under the chairmanship of Elling Eielsen, of the followers of Hans Nilsen Hauge in this country. This group organized, in the following year, the synod which is known by Eielsen's name, out of which sprung later also the Hauges Synod.
Volume 5, 1930

Rohne, J. Magnus. Den lutherske kirke og de høiere skoler. DECORAH-POSTEN, September
18, 1931, p.3, 8.
Statistics and other material regarding higher institutions of learning maintained and supported by the Norwegian Lutheran churches in this country.
Volume 7, 1933

ROINESTAD, SOREN C. A Hundred Years with Norwegians in the East Bay. 82 p.
Biographical sketches of prominent Norwegian Americans and accounts of their activity in church, club, industrial, and culturallife in the San Francisco area. Typescript; a copy is in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

ROLFSRUD, ERLING NICOLAI. Brother of the Eagle. Alexandria, Minnesota, 1952. 181 p.
The story of Carl Ben Eielson. Reviewed in North Dakota History, 20:114-116.
---------- Lanterns over the Prairies. Brainerd, Minnesota, 1949-50. 2 vols.
“Goose River Giant,” the story of Fingal Enger, appears in volume 2.
Volume 18, 1954

ROLLAG, A. K. 1883-1933 Golden anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Rollag, Friday, February 3, 1933.
n.p., n.d. 10 p.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Rollag is at Booge, South Dakota.
Volume 8, 1934

ROLLE, ANDREW. The Italian Americans: Troubled Roots. New York, 1980. xviii, 222 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

RØLVAAG, ELLA VALBORG. My father. American prefaces, l:105-108 (April, 1936).
This article appears in a special Rølvaag number, accompanied by extracts from the writings of the late O. E. Rølvaag. The extracts are: The Romance of life, selections from his autobiography; When snow drifts down at Christmastide; A Letter home; and Country and fatherland. The cover bears a poem on Rølvaag by Paul Engle.
Volume 9, 1936

RØLVAAG, ELLA VALBORG. Norwegian Folk Narrative in America. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 12:33-59 (1941).
Volume 13, 1943

RØLVAAG, O. E. MØRCK, PAAL, ed. Amerika-breve fra P. A. Smevik til hans far og bror i Norge. Vinland, April 20-December 10, 1964.
America letters from P. A. Smevik to his father and brother in Norway,reprinted from the
Volume of the same name published in Minneapolis in 1912. Rølvaag occasionally used the pseudonym “Paa1 Mørck.”
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

RØLVAAG, O. E. Peder Victorious: A Tale of the Pioneers: Twenty Years Later. Lincoln, Nebraska,
1982. vii, 325 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Rølvaag, O. E. Vikings of the middle west. AMERICAN MAGAZINE, 108:44-47, 83, 86 (October, 1929).
Heroic aspect of the conquest of certain portions of the Middle West by descendants of the Vikings.
Volume 5, 1930

Rølvaag, O. E. When the Wind is in the South and Other Stories. Translated by Solveig Zempel. Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1984. 88 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Rølvaag, O.E. Concerning our heritage. Translated with an introduction by Solveig Zempel. Northfield, Minn.: Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1998. 219 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (translation)

RØLVAAG, OLE E. Giants in the Earth. New York, 1964. 486 p.
Introduction by Einar Haugen.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Rølvaag, Ole E. I de dage. Riketgrunnlegges. Peder Seier. Den signede dag. Oslo, 1987. 836 pp.
A new Norwegian edition of Rølvaag’s immigrant trilogy. Four volumes published in one in the series Gigantbøkene.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

RØLVAAG, OLE E. The Third Life of Per Smevik. Minneapolis, 1971.
A translation of Rølvaag’s “Amerika breve” by his daughter and granddaughter.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

RØLVAAG, OLE E.
Pioneer-livets dikter. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 94-97 (1976).
Biographical sketch of the noted author of pioneer novels.
Volume 28, 1979 (biographical sketch)

Rølvaag, Ole Edvart, Their fathers' God; a novel. Translated from the Norwegian by Trygve M.
Ager. New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1931. 338 p.
This work has been extensively reviewed and advertised. The Norwegian edition was published in Oslo, Norway, by Aschehoug and company, under the title, Den signede dag.
Volume 7, 1933

ROMNES, BJARNE. Rosemaling in America. Sons of Norway, 53:47 (March, 1956).
About Per Lysne, the father of Norwegian rosemaling in America. This was a type of peasant art that flourished in Norway during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Volume 20, 1959

ROMNES, HAAKON I.
Gunnar Jermann. Haakon Romnes. Decorah-Posten, February 16, 1967.
The life and business philosophy of the president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Ole S. Gilbo. The Profile: Immigrant Son Heads Giant Concern. H. I. Romnes of AT&T. Norseman, no. 4, p. 123-124 (1968).
Sverre Eide. Haakon I. Romnes - President of American Tel. & Tel. Co. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 6-7 (June, 1966).
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

ROMNES, HAAKON INGOLF
Norsk immigrant-sønn president i verdens største firma, A. T. & T. Nordisk Tidende, February 4, 1965.
American Telephone and Telegraph Company president.
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

RONDAHL, BJÖRN. Emigration folkomflytning och säsongarkete i ett sdgverksdistrickt i södra Halsingland 1865-1910. Uppsala, n.d. 288 pp.
Emigration, population movements, and seasonal employment in a lumbering district in southern Hãlsingland, Sweden.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

RØNNEVIK, H. Et blad fra Kleng Persons saga; tale holdt . . . ved 100-aarsfesten i Ottawa, Ill. Visegutten, August 9, 1934, p. l, 6.
An address on Cleng Peerson given at the centennial celebration of the first Norwegian settlement in Illinois, at Ottawa, Illinois, June 22-23, 1934.
Volume 9, 1936

Rønning, Arvid Ivar. “‘Kist det va da,...” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 53-57.
About the Sveet family in Bonetraill, North Dakota.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

RØNNING, H. N. The Gospel at Work, by H. N. Rønning, in cooperation with N. N. Rønning. Minneapolis, [1943]. 127 p.
An account of missionary work in America and China.
Volume 14, 1944

RONNING, N. N. A double anniversary; the story of the "Friend" publications. The Friend, 15:5-7
(March, 1938).
Ungdommens ven, Familiens magasin, and The Friend are the titles in the series.
Volume 10, 1938

Rønning, N. N. Augsburg publishing house through forty years. Norwegian Lutheran church of
America. Official reports to the district conventions, 1931, p.447-452.
--------O. E. Rølvaag. THE FRIEND, 8:15 (December, 1931).
Volume 7, 1933

RØNNING, N. N. Professor David Lysnes. Lutheran Herald, 24:336 (March 26, 1940).
Lysnes (1832-90) was a former pastor and professor in the Lutheran church.
Volume 12, 1941

Rønning, N. N. Senator Henrik Shipstead, his boyhood and youth. THE FRIEND, 7:12-13 (July, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

Rønning, N. N. Senator Henrik Shipstead, his boyhood and youth. THE FRIEND, 7:12-13 (July, 1930).
Volume 6, 1931

RØNNING, N. N. The boy from Telemark. Minneapolis, The Friend, publishers, 1933. 150 p.
An autobiographical narrative re-written from the Norwegian edition, which bore the title Gutten fra Telemarken.
---------- Pastor Østen Hanson, høvdingen i Hauges synode. Folkekalender, 1934, p. 11-25.
Østen Hanson, pioneer pastor and for a time president of the Hauge's synod of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran church.
Volume 8, 1934

Rønning, N. N. The founding of Red Wing Seminary: address. . . .at the fiftieth anniversary. THE FRIEND, 6:4-5 (September, 1929); LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 13:1372-1374 (September 24, 1929).
The story of the founding of Red Wing Seminary in 1879 by the Hauges Synod of the Norwegian Lutheran Church.
Volume 5, 1930

RØNNING, N. N. The Saga of Old Muskego. Waterford, Wisconsin. Published by Old Muskego Memorial, [1943]. 73 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 24:348 (December, 1943).
Volume 14, 1944

RØNNING, N. N., ed. The Story of Ebenezer Home, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Minneapolis, 1957. 48 p.
The story of the Ebenezer Home for old people through forty years, 1917- 1957.
Volume 20, 1959

RØNNING, NILS N. Bethesda Children’s Home, Beresford, South Dakota, Fiftieth Anniversary, 1896-1946. n. p., 1946. 32 p.
---------- Eightieth Anniversary of Solør Church, 1870-1950, Webster, Rice County, Minnesota. n. p., 1950. 16 p.
---------- Fiftieth Anniversary of the Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, 1897-1947. Chicago, 1947. 46 p.
Volume 17, 1952

RØNNING, NILS N. Fifty Years in America. Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Friend Publishing Co.,
[1938]. 243 p.
Besides being an autobiography, this is a record of impressions and an album of men and women
who have greatly influenced the author's life.
Volume 11, 1940

RØNNING, NILS N. Pastor H. N. Rønning, Teacher, Minister, Missionary, Founder of a Norwegian Settlement in Canada. Telesoga, series 2, no. 4, p. 33-36 (1952).
Halvor N. Rønning (1862-1950) immigrated in 1883.
---------- Peer O. Strømme, en meget begavet og alsidig tele. Telesoga, series 2, no. 4, p. 3-7 (1952).
Peer O. Strømme, who was born in 1856, was a minister, teacher, journalist, lecturer, traveler.
---------- Rev. Even Johnson Homme: A Boy’s Dream Became a Wonderful Reality. Telesoga, series 2, no. 4, p. 22-24, 41 (1952).
Even Johnson Homme (1843-1903) founded an orphanage and an old people’s home in Wittenberg, Wisconsin.
Volume 18, 1954

RØNNING, NILS N. Pioneer Sketches from Webster, Rice County, Minnesota. n.p., 1947. 28 p.
---------- Select Sketches. Faribault, Minnesota, 1949. 88 p.
These sketches include considerable autobiographical material
Volume 16 1950

Roos, Rosalie. Travels in America 1851-1855. Translated and edited by Carl L. Anderson. Carbondale, Illinois, 1982. xviii, 152 pp.
A Swedish woman’s impressions of the Antebellum South.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Root, Seseline. “Erindringer fra 1860/70 åra: barndom i Gran, utvandring til Amerika.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1989: 75-86.
Memories from the 1860s and 1870s; a childhood in Gran and emigration to America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ROPPE, SYDNEY L. History of Spring Grove: An Abridged History of Spring Grove, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the School, by Sydney L. Roppe and Blayne Onsgard. Spring Grove, Minnesota, 1952. 29 p.
Volume 18, 1954

RØRVIK, JOHN. Utvandrede Viknaværingers saga. In Viknalaget, Viknaværinger i Amerika, p. 84-155.
Individual and family histories, and settlements established by emigrants from Vikna, Norway.
Volume 8, 1934

ROSDAIL, J. HART. The Ikdal Family History; the American Branches of the Ikdal Family, with an Account of Their Origins in Western Norway and Information concerning Norwegian Relatives. Chicago, 1947. 301 p.
Volume 16 1950

ROSDAIL, J. HART. The Sloopers: Their Ancestry and Posterity. Broadview, Illinois, 1961. 668 p.
The passengers aboard the “Restoration” in 1825, their forebears and descendants. The
Volume contains primary source materials, genealogical charts, and pictures. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, March, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

ROSENBERG, KJELL. Blader fra Bosque. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 50-51(1976).
A visit to Cleng Peerson’s settlement in Texas.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

ROSENBLOOM, GERALD. lmmigrant Workers: Their lmpact on American Labor Relations. New York, 1973. vi, 189 pp.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

ROSENDAHL, PETER J. Han Ola og han Per. Edited by Joan N. Buckley and Einar Haugen. Oslo,
1984. 165 pp.
Distributed in the United States by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Rosendahl, Peter. More Han Ola og Han Per. Edited by Einar Haugen and Joan N. Buckley. Iowa City, 1988. xxvi, 167 pp.
The remaining comic strips not included in the first collection published in 1984. A bilingual edition.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ROSENSTAND, HOLGER. From the Land of the Great Lakes: Pioneer Days in Michigan. Des Moines, Iowa, 1981. 118 pp. Translated by Rev. Willard R. Garred.
The experiences and observations of a Danish Lutheran pastor in the Great Lakes area during the 1870s.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM AND MARGARET. A Photo Album of the Past: Pioneer Scenes and Portraits from Central Wisconsin. Rosholt, Wisconsin, 1976. 208 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. A Pioneer Diary from Wisconsin. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:198-211 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. From the Indian Land. Iola (Wisconsin) Herald, March 18, 1965-October 24, 1968; July 24-October 2, 1969.
A history of Norwegian settlements in Waupaca County, Wisconsin.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Rosholt, Malcolm. From the Indian Land: First-Hand Account of Central Wisconsin’s Pioneer Life. Iola, Wisconsin, 1985. iv, 348 pp.
A history of the Scandinavian settlements in Waupaca county with a translation by Rosholt of pertinent stories from the second volume of Thor Helgesen’s Fra “Indianernes Lande” og andre steder i Wisconsin.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. The Brothers Week. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:75-102 (1974).
The story of John Riber Week, who made a fortune in the lumber business in Wisconsin after his arrival from Norway in 1839, and of his older brother, Andrew Week, who vainly sought for the “pot of gold” in the California diggings.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. Town 25 North; a Short History of Alban Township and Village of Rosholt, Portage County, Wisconsin. Rosholt, Wisconsin, 1948. 283 p.
Volume 16 1950

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. Two Men of Old Waupaca. Norwegian-American Studies, 22:75-103 (1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

ROSHOLT, T. L. Life Histories of the Descendants of Peder and Gjertrud Sandager. Decorah, Iowa, 1954. 156 p.
Volume 19, 1956

ROSHOLT, WISCONSIN
Faith Lutheran Church Dedication, May 21, 1961. 24 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

ROSLYN, SOUTH DAKOTA
75th Anniversary, Fron Lutheran Church, Roslyn, South Dakota, 1886-1961. 35 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

ROSOK, INGEVALD. Retrospect. Bisbee, Arizona, 1957. 323 p.
The autobiography of a Norwegian-American electrical engineer.
Volume 20, 1959

Ross, Carl and K. Marianne Wargelin Brown, eds. Women Who Dared: The History of Finnish American Women. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1986, 164 pp.
Eleven essays published by the Immigration History Research Center simultaneously with the first Reunion of Sisters, a conference of Finnish and Finnish-American women, held at the University of Minnesota in 1986.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Ross, Carl. “The Utopian Vision of Finnish Immigrants: 1900-1930.” Scandinavian Studies, 60, 4: 481-496 (Autumn, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

ROSS, CARL. The Finn Factor in American Labor, Culture, and Society. New York Mills, Minnesota, 1977. 220 pp. Introduction by Rudolph Vecoli.
Varied experiences of Finnish Americans, 1865-1945.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

ROSS, MARTIN. Shipstead of Minnesota. Chicago, Packard and Company, 1940. 140 p.
Volume 12, 1941

Rossel, Sven H. “The Image of the United States in Danish Literature: A Survey with Scandinavian Perspectives.” The Bridge, 12, 1: 44-70 (1989).
An enlarged study of the article which appeared in Scandinavica (25, 1: 1986) with more Norwegian and Swedish material presented.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Rosten, Leo. “The Jews Among Us.” Readers Digest, March, 1985, 153-160.
The second article in “The Peoples of America” series.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

ROTHSAY, MINNESOTA. SOUTH IMMANUEL LUTHERAN. South Immanuel Lutheran Church of Rothsay, 75th Anniversary, 1872-1947. hop., 1948. 48 p.
Volume 16 1950

ROTNEM, CLARA NYHUS. Tollef og Kari Nyhus og deres slekt. Hallingen, 182 :25-30 (March, 1958).
Tollef and Kari Nyhus and their descendants.
Volume 20, 1959

ROTNEM, RALPH
Mr. Rotnem, kjent Wall Street-mann, stammer fra “Røtnam Knut” i Hallingdal, pa Norgestur. Nordisk Tidende, August 4, 1966.
Sketch of Ralph Rotnem, vice-president of Harris, Upham, and Company, New York.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Rowan, Carl T. “The Blacks Among Us.” Readers Digest, June, 1985, 72-76.
The third article in “The Peoples of America” series.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

ROWBERG, A. A. The Aaker Saga: A Family History. North field, 1951. 206 p.
Volume 18, 1954

RUBIN, ERNEST. The Demography of Immigration to the United States. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 367: 15-22 (September, 1966).
Trends in immigration since colonial days and the relationship between immigration and population.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

RUDE, EDNA. Fra nybyggerlivet i Minnesota. Hallingen, June, 1969.
Frontier days in Minnesota.
---------- Fra nybyggerlivet i Minnesota. Hallingen, September, 1969.
Episodes from pioneer life in Minnesota.
---------- Min slektshistorie. Hallingen, December, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

RUDI, ENDRE ENDRESEN
Peder H. Nelson. Den første valdris i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:204 (August-September, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Rudjord, Kåre. Amerikabrev. The Mebergs. Farsund, Norway, 1989. 295 pp. America Letters: The Mebergs.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

RUE, JON TORSTEINSON
Gudrun Hovde Gvåle. Årbok for Telemark, 61-73 (1972).
The story of the legendary “Snowshoe Thompson” from Tinn, Telemark, who for about a dozen winters after 1856 carried mail across the Sierra Nevadas on his home-made skis.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

Ruhnbro, Rune, ed. New Sweden in the New World, 1638-1655. Translated by Richard E. Fisher. Höganäs, Sweden, 1988. 169 pp.
Published in Swedish as Det Nya Sverige i Landet Amerika: Ett stormaktsdventyr 1638-1655. “A collection of essays by specialists, on topics assigned by the editor.”
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

RUNBLOM, HARALD AND NORMAN, HANS, eds. From Sweden to America: A History of the Migration. Minneapolis and Uppsala, 1976. 391 pp.
Consists of a series of articles by various scholars that sum up the extensive research in immigration carried on at the University of Uppsala under the leadership of Professor Sten Carlsson.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Rundblom, Harald and Dag Blanck, eds. Scandinavia Overseas: Patterns of Cultural Transformation in North America and Australia. Uppsala, 1986. 145 pp.
Published as number seven of the series Uppsala Multiethnic Papers, it contains the papers delivered at a seminar at Uppsala University, October 18, 1984.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

RUNDBLOM, HARALD. "The Swedes in Canada: A Study of Low Ethnic Consciousness." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 33:4-20 (1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

RUNEBY, NILS. Den nya världen och den gamla: Amerikabild och emigrationsuppfattning i Sverige 1820-1860. Uppsala, Sweden, 1969. 501 p.
A study of Swedish views of the United States and of emigration during the four decades preceding the Civil War.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

RUSTAD, ORWIN A., comp. Genealogies of the Rustad-Sparstad-Kvernbraaten Families. Minneapolis, 1945. 38 p.
Volume 15, 1949

RUTH, ROY K. The Vinland Voyages: The Icelanders Discover America and Write the First Canadian History. Winnipeg, 1965. 111 p.
Translation of the Aris Book of the Icelanders, the Saga of Erik the Red, and the Saga of the Greenlanders, with a chapter on immigrants from Iceland to Canada since 1855.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

RUTT, ANNA HONG. Our Norwegian Ancestors and Their Siblings and Descendants. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1968. 332 p.
Records of the descendants of Knud Knudsen Sæbu and Elling Holdal.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Rutzebeck, Hjalmar. Alaska Man’s Luck and Other Works. Compiled and edited by Clark Branson. Santa Barbara, California, 1988. 610 pp.
Rutzebeck (1889-1980) was a Danish immigrant and adventurer who became a legend in his own time in Alaska.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

RUUD, CURTIS. Beret and the Prairie in Giants in tile Earth. Norwegian-American Studies, 28:217-244 (1979).
A subtle interpretation of Beret’s long, painful struggle with the prairie.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

RUUD, MARTIN B. See Blegen, T. C.
Volume 9, 1936

Ryan, Pat M. “O. A. Tveitmoe vs. the Asiatics.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 129-143.
Olaf Anders Tveitmoe (1 865-1923), labor activist and editor from Valdres, Norway, settled in San Francisco where he campaigned against permitting Asian immigration.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Ryan, Pat. M. “Olaf Anders Tveitmoe’s Organized Labor: Labor Rhetoric and Progressive Reform.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 129-146.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

RYE, STEPHEN H. Danish American Political Behavior: The Case of Iowa, 1887-1936. The Bridge, 2: 31-44 (1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

RYGG, A. N. American Relief for Norway; a Survey of American Relief for Norway during and after the Second World War. Chicago, 1947. 320 p.
Volume 16 1950

RYGG, A. N. Andrew Furuseth. American-Scandinavian Review, 26:125-153 (June, 1938).
The story of a sailor who devoted his life to improving the condition of seamen and became
president of the International Seamen's Union.
Volume 11, 1940

RYGG, A. N. Andrew Furuseth. Nordisk tidende, June 24, 1948.
------------ Sociale og kirkelige forhold i der norske Baltimore. Nordisk tidende, November 19, 1943.
------------ Nordmenns liv og virke i Philadelphia-The City of Brotherly Love-utgjør et interessant kapitel i norsk immigranthistorie. Nordisk tidende, November 25, December 2, 1943.
Norwegians in Philadelphia.
------------ The Norwegian Sailors' Home of Brooklyn, N. Y.; a Condensed History of the Institution from Its Start in 1887 to the Present Time. [Brooklyn, Arnesen Press, Inc., 1939.] 380 p.
------------A Norwegian Settlement in Missouri. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 13:108-115 (1943).
Volume 14, 1944

RYGG, A. N. Avisens historie. Nordisk tidende, May 10, 1951, p. 1, 60.
Sixty years of Nordisk tidende, Brooklyn.
Volume 17, 1952

RYGG, A. N. Der har væert nordmenn i New York og Brooklyn belt siden 1630-årene. Nordisk tidende, June 15, 20, 1946. 1946.
Norwegians in New York and Brooklyn since the 1680's.
---------Hundre års utvandring fra Norge til Amerika nå en avsluttet epoke. Nordisk tidende, April 5, 1945.
A century of immigration from Norway is a closed epoch.
--------Mange tusen nordmenn har i tidens løp slått sig ned i staten Massachusetts. Nordisk tidende, August 10, 1944.
Norwegians in Massachusetts.
--------The Norwegian Club; A History of the Club, 1904-1944. New York, 1944. 96 p.
--------Notes and Documents: Karel Hansen Toll. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 14:244-248 (1944).
--------Sagaen om der norske hospital. Nordisk tidende, February 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11, 18, 25, 1943.
The first two installments of this story of the Norwegian Hospital are a general historical sketch of Norwegian immigration.
Volume 15, 1949

RYGG, A. N. Dertnorske hospital i Brooklyn. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 26:106-108 (April, 1933).
The Norwegian hospital in Brooklyn, New York, with illustrations and a portrait of Sister Elisabeth.
Volume 8, 1934

RYGG, A. N. Norwegians in New York, 1825-1925. Brooklyn, The Norwegian News Company, 1941. 296 p.
This book has been extensively reviewed in periodicals.
Volume 13, 1943

Rygg, Ole N. “Amerikareise for 90 år sidan.” Nåkkå tå kvart frå Kvam og Folling. Kvam historielag, 1993, 6: 56-58.
Rygg, who left Norway in 1903 aged 19, tells of the journey.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

RYNNING, OLE
Per Th. Hvamstad. De norske U.S.A.-bøker i 1830-årene. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:259 (November, 1963).
Review of America books, including Ole Rynning’s True Account of America and Ole Knudsen Nattestad’s Beskrivelse over en reise til Nordamerika i 1837.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Rynning, Thomas H. Gun notches, the life story of a cowboy-soldier, by Thomas H. Rynning, as
told to Al Cohn and Joe Chisholm. New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, 1931. 332 p.
Rynning was born in the Rock River settlement, Beloit, Wisconsin, in 1866. He was a cowboy, captain of a company of the Roosevelt Rough Riders, member and captain of the Arizona Rangers, warden of the Arizona penitentiary at Yuma, and builder of the new prison at Florence, Arizona. Reviewed extensively by Joe Chisholm in Arizona historical review, 4:35-49 (October, 1931).
Volume 7, 1933

S

Sædeligheds-grændser ofte overskredes” (letter from Simon Gustavsen Moe to his parents), Årbok for Flatanger (1998), Flatanger Historielag, I: 58-61.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

SAERVOLD, OLA JOHANN. Are there more Norwegians than Swedes in Minnesota? Nordisk tidende,
September 5, 1934, p. 3.
Saervold maintains that 26.2 per cent of the state's population are of Norwegian ancestry and
answers his question in the affirmative.
Volume 9, 1936

Saervold, Ola Johann. The discovery of America. Minneapolis, Minnesota, printed by Augsburg publishing house, 1931. 16 p.
A brief summary of known facts concerning the Norse discovery of America, published to promote the establishment of Leif Erikson day in Minnesota. Such a day was established by the Minnesota legislature, 1931.
Volume 6, 1931

Saervold, Ola Johann. The discovery of America. Minneapolis, Minnesota, printed by Augsburg publishing house, 1931. 16 p.
A brief summary of known facts concerning the Norse discovery of America, published to promote the establishment of Leif Erikson day in Minnesota. Such a day was established by the Minnesota legislature, 1931.
Volume 6, 1931

Saervold, Ola Johann. The discovery of America; an historical sketch. LUTHERAN HERALD,
15:1380--1387 (November 3, 1931).
Printed earlier as a separate, as noted in the bibliography published in volume 6 of Studies and records.
Volume 7, 1933

SAINT PAUL. EAST IMMANUEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Fiftieth anniversary historical sketches, 1888-1938. St. Paul, Minnesota, East Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran church, 1938. 30 p.
A "History of the congregation," by J. J. Stokke, p. 5-13, is incorporated in this pamphlet, which also lists the societies of the church. There are portraits of former pastors and officers of the church, and illustrations.
Volume 10, 1938

Salen, Odd. “Abraham E. Larsen: A South-African Horatio Alger from Spind.” Norse Heritage Volume II, 31-37.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SALISBURY, ROBERT S. Swedish-American Historiography and the Question of Americanization. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 117-136 (1978).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

SALISBURY, ROBERT S. Swedish-American Historiography and the Question of Americanization. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 117-136 (1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

SALLET, RICHARD. Russian-German Settlements in the United States. Fargo, North Dakota, 1974. Illustrated. 250 pp.
This book, published by the North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, originally appeared in German in 1931. It is translated by Dr. La Vern J. Rippley and Dr. Armand Bauer. In addition to the original text, it contains a long introduction to the history of the Germans from Russia by Dr. Rippley, an essay on Russian-German architecture and many notes added by the translators to update the text.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

SALLNÄS, MARIE-LOUISE. Emil Meurling and Svenska Amerikanska Posten. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31:41-64 (1981).
Svenska Amerikanska Posten, published in Minneapolis, was one of the most influential Swedish-American newspapers.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Salmonsen, Morris. “Lægepraksis i Chicago.” The Bridge, 7, 2:53-68 (1983).
Morris (Moritz) Salmonsen was a prominent native of Copenhagen who spent the years 1872-1912 in Chicago. This article about medical practices among the Scandinavians in Chicago is taken from his book, Brogede minder. Fra fyrreogtyve års ophold i Chicago (Varied memories from a forty years stay in Chicago), (Copenhagen, 1913).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

SALVESEN, GEIR. Ellis Island: Drømmenes øy. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 75: 4-7 (1981).
Ellis Island, “the Isle of Dreams,” as it is today and as it was during the height of immigration to the United States.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

SALVESEN, SIGVALD. Den store utvandring til Texas fra Amli, Gyøvdal, Tovdal og Holt i 1840-50 åra. Agderposten (Arendal), January 11, 1967.
Excerpt from an account of Norwegian immigration into Texas in the 1840’s.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Samtiden. 93: 1-80 (3, 1984).
This issue deals with Norway in America and America in Norway and includes articles on Norwegian-American topics by John R. Jenswold, Helge Dahl, Hans Fredrik Dahl, Nils Johan Ringdal, Terje I. Leiren, Arvid Bryne, Kjetil A. Flatin, Cæcilie Stang, and others.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Samuel M. Trand: Painting - Decorating” (letter to Erling and Klara Laukvik). Årbok for Flatanger (1998), Flatanger Historielag, I: 55-56.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

SANDAGER, ARVID. Utvandringa til Amerika fra Nordre og Sondre Land 1839-1915. Gjøvik, Norway, 1973. 286 pp.
Migration to America from the districts of Northern and Southern Land, Norway.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Sandaker, Arvid. “Landinger de første norske nybyggere i Oregon.” Landingen. Lands museum årbok, 1991, I: 119-120.
Emigrants from Land were the first Norwegian pioneers in Oregon.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SANDAKER, ARVID. Emigration from Land Parish to America, 1866-1875. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:49-74 (1974).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

SANDAKER, ARVID. To brødre - to utvandrerskjebner. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 72: 98 (1979).
Two of Henrik Ibsen’s brothers emigrated to the United States.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Sandal, Per. “Emigrasjonshistoria i bygdebøkene.” Heimen, 22, 4:213-218 (1985).
A discussion of the treatment of emigration in Norwegian local histories.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Sandberg, L. Anders. “A Swedish Gold-Seeker in the Northlands: The Case of Erik Alfred Oliver.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 41, 4: 234-241 (October, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Sandburg, Carl. Ever the Winds of Chance. Urbana, Illinois, 1983. xiii, 172 pp.
". . . . a rough draft - written in 1955 but never completed - of an account of Sandburg’s third decade, 1898-1908.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Sande, Jostein. “Utvandringa.” Farne tider. Stordalssoga, 1: 225-236 (1989).
Emigration from Stordal in Møre and Romsdal.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SANDE, LARS CHR. De som dro ut. Stavanger, Norway, 1975. 320 pp.
A profusely illustrated
Volume written by various authorities about Norwegian migration, especially from Rogaland. It throwslight on all aspects of life, both in the “old country” and in the New World.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Sande, Lars Chr. Norsemen Follow the Trail. Translated by Rosalie Rayburn. Stavanger, 1986. 160 pp.
A translation of De som dro ut listed above.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Sande, Lars Chr., ed. De som dro ut. Stavanger, 1986. 160 pp.
An abridged edition of the same title published in 1975. Articles about the Norwegian migration to America with an emphasis on Rogaland.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

SANDELIEN, HALGRIM
Den hjemvente norsk-amerikaner forteller. Hallingen, June, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

SANDELL, STEPHEN. "Digging deeper, branching out." Roots, 12:33-39 (Fall, 1983).
A guide to primary and secondary sources for the study of immigration to Minnesota.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Sanderson, Ole A. Fra Iowa til Nebraska i 1880. Hallingen, March, 1965.
From Iowa to Nebraska in 1880; included is Sanderson’s daybook kept on the journey.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

SANDHEI, C. A. Det bar ivei til Amerika. Nord-Norge, 32-43 (December, 1963).
Account of an emigrant’s journey in 1900.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SANDRO, G. O. Pionererne ved Lake Hendricks. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1932, p. 31-37.
C. N. Troøien is co-author with Mr. Sandro of this article about the pioneers at Lake Hendricks, Minnesota. The immigration began in 1873. Names of pioneers are given and considerable space is devoted to church affairs.
Volume 8, 1934

Sandro, Gustav O. The immigrants' trek; a detailed history of the Lake Hendricks colony in Brookings County, Dakota Territory, from 1873-1881. [Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Sessions printing company, 1929] 47 p.
Volume 5, 1930

Sang og musikkprofessor August Werner fra Seattle besøker hjembyen Bergen. Western Viking, January 5, 1968.
Sketch of a professor of music at the University of Washington, 1931- 1964.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Sangerstevne i Salt Lake City. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:267 (August-September, 1962).
Norwegian-American singers’ festival in Salt Lake City.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SANNER, EGIL KR. "Utvandringen til Canada." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 102-104 (3, 1982).
The article is largely based on Gulbrand Loken's book, From Fjord to Frontier: A History of the Norwegians in Canada.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Sannes, Erling N. "’Free Land for All’: A Young Norwegian Woman Homesteads in North Dakota,” North Dakota History (1993), 60(2): 24-28.“Saudabuen Knud Olsen var første fastboende nordmann i Seattle.” From Ryfylke January 4, 1952, Årsskrift Sauda Sogelag (1997), I: 11-21. Title trans.: Sauda resident Knud Olsen was the first permanent Norwegian in Seattle.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Sannes, Halvor. “Legebrødrene Sannes i Wisconsin: ‘Norgesambassadørene fra Kalvodde’” Holla-minner. Tidsskrift for Holla historielag, 1992, I: 57-60.
Three brothers who emigrated from Telemark in 1914 became doctors in Wisconsin.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SAS Opens 5,600-Mile Direct Air Route from Copenhagen via Greenland to Seattle. Norwegian American Commerce, September-October, 1966.
Scandinavian Air Lines now has six North American gateways.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Sather, Leland B. and Alan Swanson. Sweden. Oxford, 1987. 370 pp.
Volume 80 of the World Bibliographical Series. Annotated bibliography of 1,015 items, articles and books on Sweden, divided by topic headings such as history, language, society, and economy. A section, “Overseas Population” covers emigration and Swedes in North America. Indexed.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

SAUER, CARL O. Northern Mists. Berkeley, California, 1968. 204 p.
Seafaring from western Europe during the Middle Ages. Three chapters are devoted to Viking expeditions. Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, November, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Saugstad, Norman. “Saugestadfamiliens første hundre år i Amerika. 20 april 1889 til 20 april 1989.” Årsskrift for Beitstaden historielag, 1989: 58-72.
A letter in 1989 about the life of John Oluf Stålsen Saugestad in North Dakota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SAVEREIDE, C. F. Henrik Ibsen's brother. Norden, 5:4-5 (May, 1933.)
Nicolai Alexander Ibsen was the youngest of six children in the Ibsen household. He came to America about 1870. He owned forty acres of land near Estherville, Iowa, and herded cattle in that region.
Volume 8, 1934

SAVIG, EINAR. Norsemen of the Rockies. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:116 (May, 1960).
A historical sketch of a society, organized in 1944, called the Norsemen of the Rockies.
Volume 21, 1962

SAWYER, WISCONSIN. TANUM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Tanum Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sunday, June 22, 1947. n.p., 1947. 10 p.
Volume 16 1950

SAXE, LUDV. Nordmenn i Minnesota i 1362? Nordmanns-Forbundet, 34: 97-98 (May, 1941).
Principally a statement about Hjalmar R. Holand's work on the subject of the Kensington rune stone, with special mention of Holand's book, Westward from Vinland. The author does not attempt to pass judgment on the authenticity of the rune stone.
Volume 13, 1943

Saxe, Ludv. Norsk ungdom i Minneapolis. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 25:73--75 (March,
1932).
Relates principally to instruction in Norwegian language and literature in the high schools of Minneapolis, which was begun in 1910.
Volume 7, 1933

Saxe, Ludv. Studentersangernes Amerikatur i 1905. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:111--114 (April, 1930).
An account of the tour of the United States by the student chorus of the University of Oslo in 1905.
Volume 6, 1931

Saxe, Ludv. Studentersangernes Amerikatur i 1905. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23:111--114 (April, 1930).
An account of the tour of the United States by the student chorus of the University of Oslo in 1905.
Volume 6, 1931

SAXE, LUDVIG. En merkesmann, Magnus Swenson. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 27:86-87 (March, 1934).
Volume 8, 1934

SAXE, LUDVIG. Nordmanns-Forbundet i 40 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 40:147-172. (May, 1947).
Forty years of Nordmanns-Forbundet, including its publication in the United States during the war period.
Volume 16 1950 (article)

Saxvik, Kjell. “Slekten etter de som emigrerte i 1857: Kvamsokmnger på Highland Prairie, Minnesota.” Nåkkå tå kvart fra Kvam og Følling, 4: 51-64 (1990).
Emigrants from Kvam, Nord-Trøndelag, living in Minnesota.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SAYLER, RICHARD H., BOYER, BARRY B. AND GOODING, ROBERT E., JR., eds. The Warren Court: A Critical Analysis. New York, 1969. 262 p.
Reviewed in Saturday Review, August 2, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Scandinavia Overseas: Patterns of Cultural Transformation in North America and Australia. Uppsala, Sweden, 1990. 119 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Scandinavia Today Minnesota. Minneapolis, 1983. 218 pp.
This special issue of Twin Cities magazine (5:8, 1982/1983), published in connection with the
year-long "Scandinavia Today" events of 1982-1983, contains "articles on Scandinavian cultural and intellectual life as well as historical material on the Nordic presence in the Midwest."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SCANDINAVIA, WISCONSIN
Scandinavia Lutheran Church: One Hundred and Fifteenth Anniversary, 1854-1969. 14 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Scandinavian Literature in a Transcultural Context. Edited by Sven H. Rossel and Birgitta Steene. Seattle, 1986. 285 pp.
Papers from the XV IASS Conference, University of Washington, August 12-18, 1984.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Scandinavian Review. 73: 1-159 (Winter, 1985). Seventy-fifth anniversary issue, containing articles on Scandinavian-American history by Dorothy Burton Skårdal, A. William Hoglund, Valdimar Björnson, Odd S. Lovoll, and Ulf Beijbom.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Scandinavian studies. Stort oppsving for nordiske studier i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:37 (February, 1962).
Scandinavian studies in the United States.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Scarpaci, V. A Portrait of Italians in America. New York, 1983. xxxii, 240 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Schafer, Joseph. Immigration and social amelioration. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 4: 54-62 (1929).
Volume 5, 1930

SCHAFER, JOSEPH. Scandinavian Moravians in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 24:25--38 (September, 1940).
Volume 12, 1941

SCHAFER, JOSEPH. Hans Christian Heg. Wisconsin blue book, 1933, p. 37-41.
In one of a series of sketches under the general heading: Five Wisconsin pioneers, Dr. Schafer tells the story of Hans Christian Heg, colonel of the Fifteenth Wisconsin regiment in the Civil war. The article is based in part upon the unpublished Civil war letters of Heg.
Volume 8, 1934

SCHAFF, LOUISE E. Skald of the Vikings. New York, 1966. 192 p.
A story of the adventures of Thrain of Brattahlid on his expedition with Thorfinn Karlsefni to North America in 1007.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Schalk, Carl F. God’s song in a new land: Lutheran hymnals in America. St. Louis, Mo.: Concordia Publishing House, ca. 1995. 239 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

SCHELBERT, LEO. New Glarus: The Making of a Swiss American Town. Glarus, Wisconsin, 1970.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

SCHERECK, WILLIAM J. The Peoples of Wisconsin. Madison, 1955.
Information about the various ethnic groups which have contributed to the culture of the state of Wisconsin.
Volume 19, 1956

SCHEVENIUS, C. W. En drøm på vei til virkeliggjørelse. Minnesota Posten, October 13, 1966.
Corporation restores Ole Bull estate in Pennsylvania.
---------- Knut Hamsuns Amerika. Minnesota Posten, February 29, 1968.
Sketch of Knut Hamsun in the New World.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Schierkolk, Tamara Dyrud. “Tensions among Titans: the construction of cultural identity through conflict,” Master’s thesis, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, 1998. 111 pp. About Norwegian Americans.
Volume 35, 2000 (thesis or dissertation)

SCHILLER, BARBARA. The Vinlander’s Saga. New York, 1966. 69 p.
The story of Bjarne Herjolfson and Leif Ericson and his brothers, for young readers. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Autumn, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

SCHILLING, FREDRICK. Slekten Schilling. Oslo, 1955.
A history of the Norwegian branch of the Schilling family, whose ancestors came from Germany to Norway in 1799. Also listed are a number of representatives of the family in the United States.
Volume 19, 1956

SCHILLING, WILLIAM F. My First Eighty Years. Northfield, 1952. 244 p.
An autobiography that deals in large part with the author’s home town of Northfield, Minnesota, where he came in touch with many Norwegians and with St. Olaf College.
Volume 19, 1956

SCHIVE, JENS, and HANS OLAV. Med kronprinsparet-- for Norge. Oslo, Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard), 1939. 35 p.
An account of the visit of the Norwegian crown prince and crown princess to the United States in 1989.
Volume 12, 1941

SCHMIDT, F. A.
Centennial Article. F. A. Schmidt. Luther Theological Seminary Review, 8: 19-27 (November, 1969).
The work of a theologian who played a prominent part in Norwegian-American Lutheranism during the latter part of the nineteenth century.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

SCHMIDT, NIELSEN S. E.A. Cappelen Smith; minnetale i fellesmøtet, 6te Oktober, 1949. Kongelige norske videnskabers selskabs forhandlinger, 22:88-95. (Trondheim, Norway, 1950).
Elias Anthon Cappelen Smith, metallurgical engineer, was born in 1873, and immigrated in 1893. See also Bjork, Saga in Steel and Concrete, 244-264.
Volume 16 1950

SCHNACKENBERG, WALTER C. The Lamp and the Cross. Tacoma, Washington, 1965. 183p.
History of Pacific Lutheran University.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

Schow, H. Wayne. “The Scandinavians in Idaho.” Idaho Yesterdays, 36, 4 (Winter, 1993) 2-13.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Schøyen, Per A., ed. Esso perspektiv: explosive 19th-century population growth compelled hundreds of thousands of Norwegians to leave their native country.... Oslo: Esso Norge A/S, Public Affairs Dept., 1997. 79 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Schroder, Johan. Johan Schroder’s Travels in Canada. 1863. Translated by Orm Øverland. Montreal, Canada, 1989. 168 pp.
“The narrative of two months of travel that took the diarist, a Norwegian gentleman farmer, through Upper and Lower Canada within the course of one summer.” Its publication “created a great deal of interest in Canada among the Norwegian people.” Published in the McGill-Queens Studies in Ethnic History.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Schultz, April R. Ethnicity on Parade: Inventing the Norwegian-American through Celebration. Amherst, Mass., 1995. xiii, 150 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

Schultz, April Rose. “A Peculiar People’: Celebration, Historical Memory, and the Creation of Ethnic Identity among Norwegian Americans in the 1920’s.” University of Minnesota, 1991. 202 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

Schultz, April. “‘The Pride of the Race Had Been Touched’: The 1925 Norse-American Centennial and Ethnic Identity.” The Journal of American History, 77, 4: 1265-1295 (March, 1991).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Schultz, April. “The Pride of the Race has been Touched’: The 1925 Norse-American Immigration Centennial and Ethnic Identity.” Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 267-307.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Schultz, Arthur R. German-American Relations and German Culture in America: A Subject Bibliography 1941-1980. White Plains, New York, 1985. 2 vols., xxiv,. 1279 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

SCHULTZ, VERNON F. Schuetzen Club Annual Shoot Is 73-Year Syttende Mai Tradition. Capital Times, May 13, 1965.
Norwegians, Germans, and Swiss in the Black Earth, Wisconsin, area.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Schumann, Jorun. “Husmannsgutt i Brandbu, bankdirektør i Amerika.” Årbok for Hadeland, 1988: 67-70.
Julius Høgbraaten Rowe, a tenant in Brandbu, became a bank manager in America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SCHURMACHER, EMILE. The Fabulous “Snowshoe Thompson.” Pacific Coast Viking, January, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Schweer, Eleanor. “På leiting etter fars fødested.” Årbok. Ringsaker, Veldre, og Brøttum historielag, 1991, I: 45-50.
Tells of John Olsen, who emigrated as a child, and his former home in Veldre, Telemark.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

Scott, Franklin D. “Changing Swedish Attitudes Toward America and Emigrants.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35:297-308 (July, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. Søren Jaabæk, Americanizer in Norway: A Study in Cultural Interchange. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 17: 84-107 (1952).
Controlled Scholarship and Native Nationalism. Norwegian-American. Studies and Records, 17: 130-148 (1952).
Volume 18, 1954

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. The Dual Heritage of the Scandinavian Immigrant. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 3:119-35 (July, 1971).
This article was also published in Americana Norvegica, 3:25-37 (1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. The Peopling of America: Perspectives on Immigration. Washington, D. C., 1975. 72 pp.
No. 241 in the American Historical Association’s Pamphlet Series.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. The Study of the Effects of Emigration. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 8:161-174 (1960).
Economic and social effects in the homeland; a paper read at the International Congress of Historical Sciences, Stockholm, August, 1960.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. The United States and Scandinavia. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1950. 359 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 32:51 (March, 1951).
Volume 17, 1952

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. Trans-Atlantica: Essays in Scandinavian Migration and Culture. New York, 1979. 208 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D.
Ray Allan Billington. Franklin D. Scott, Teacher, Scholar, and Ambassador of International Good Will. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:169-192 (1974).
This issue of the Quarterly contains essays presented to Franklin D. Scott, prominent historian, who has done extensive work in Swedish emigration history and in other fields.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D., advisory editor, assisted by Arlow W. Andersen and H. Arnold Barton. The Scandinavians in America series. New York, 1979.
This series published by the Arno Press consists of thirty-six books in thirty-seven volumes. “It includes six books dealing with the Danes in America, five with the Finns, ten on the Norwegians, twelve on the Swedes, and three on general Scandinavian-American themes.”
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Scott, Larry E. The Swedish Texans. San Antonio, Texas, 1990. 288 pp.
5,000 Swedes emigrated to the plains and cities of Texas between 1838 and 1918.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Scott, Larry Emil. “The Poetry of Agnes Mathilde Wergeland.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 273-292 (1985).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Scourby, Alice. The Greek Americans. Boston, 1984. 184 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

SEABORG, GLENN T. Discoverers of New Worlds. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64: 110-111 (May, 1967).
Both Leif Ericson and Christopher Columbus sought to transform and extend the world in which they lived.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SEABROOK, WILLIAM. These foreigners. New York, Harcourt, Brace and co., 1938.
"Scandinavian Americans" is the title of a sketchy and superficial chapter in this volume, p. 19-84.
Volume 10, 1938

SEASHORE, CARL EMIL
J. S. Linton. The Man and the Mind: Carl Emil Seashore, A Pioneer on Two Fronts. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 31: 122-128 (1980).
An essay about the famed Swedish-American psychologist.
Volume 29, 1983 (biographical sketch)

SEHL, KARI. Oplevelser i Amerika. Hallingen, June, 1965.
Mrs. Torstein Sehl, wife of a merchant in Brocket, North Dakota, tells of experiences in America.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Sehmsdorf Henning K. “Assimilasjon og tilpasning. Norsk-amerikanske tradisjoner på den amerikanske nordvestkysten.” Tradisjon, 1989, I, 19:75-84. Includes English summary.
Assimilation and adjustment: Norwegian-American traditions on the northwest coast of America.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SEIDEL, JOAN. "Minnesota's Newest Immigrants." Roots, 12:20-29 (Fall, 1983).
Immigrants from Southeast Asia and their life in Minnesota.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SEIP, D. A. Nordmenn og norsk språk i Amerika. Studier i norsk språkhistorie, Oslo, 1934, p. 286-296.
This section presents the results of the author's study of Norwegian speech in America.
Volume 10, 1938

SEIP, DIDRICK ARUP. Norsk språk i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 47:207-209 (October, 1954).
A review of Professor Einar Haugen’s two-volume work, The Norwegian Language in America.
Volume 19, 1956

Seip, Didrik Arup. Et intervju med Henrik Ibsen, mars 1890. NORDISK TIDSKRIFT FØR
VETENSKAP, KONST OCH INDUSTRI, 8, häft 1:30-39 (1932).
The story of an interview with Henrik Ibsen which was granted J. J. Skordalsvold of Minneapolis in March, 1890, and the account of it which was printed in The north (Minneapolis) in the issue of April 9, 1890. Ibsen resided in Munich, Germany, at the time of this interview.
In an article in Minneapolis tidende for February 11, 1932, p. 6, the editor discusses the article in Nordisk tidende and the interview under the title, "Et 42 aar gammelt interview; Da J. J. Skordalsvold in 1890 interviewet Henrik Ibsen i Miinchen for bladet ' The North,' som dengang udkom i Minneapolis."
In Reform for March 17, 1932, p. 4, J. J. Skordalsvold comments upon the publicity his interview has received on account of Dr. Seip's article, and he corrects the impression that he was in Germany in 1890 on a stipendium. There was no stipendinm.
Volume 7, 1933

Seip, Elisabeth. “Ida og Mina. Ringsaker-søstre med blad-suksess i USA.” Ringsaker, Veidre og Brøttum historielag. Årbok, 1988: 115-123.
Sisters Ida Hansen and Mine Jensen from Ringsaker were successful editors of the journal, Kvinden og Hjemmet.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Seksti-fem års norskundervisning. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 50:8 (January, 1957).
Scandinavian studies at the University of North Dakota.
Volume 20, 1959

Seland, Per. “Hvordan oppspore slektninger i Amerika?” Norsk slekts-historisk tidsskrift, 30, 3: 265-270 (1986).
How do you trace your relatives in America?
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Seljaas, Helge. “Scandinavian Mormons and Their ‘Zion.’” Scandinavian Studies, 60, 4: 445-452 (Autumn, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SELJAAS, HELGE. Norwegians in “Zion” Teach Themselves English. Norwegian-American Studies, 26:220-228 (1974).
A study of the methods adopted by the Norwegian Mormons in Utah to learn English.
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

SELJAAS, HELGE. Polygamy among the Norwegian Mormons. Norwegian-American Studies, 27: 151-162 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Selkurt, Claire. “The Domestic Architecture and Cabinetry of Luther Valley.” Norwegian-American Studies, 30: 247-272 (1985).
“The purpose of this article is to recreate aspects ... of the material culture, the buildings and furniture of Luther Valley [Wisconsin] during the early period of settlement, as well as to show the persistence of certain Norwegian traditions.”
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Seller, Maxine Schwartz, ed. Ethnic Theatre in the United States. Westport, Connecticut, 1983. viii, 606 pp.
“Twenty individual essays, each treating the theatrical-historical experience of a different ethnic group.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

SELLER, MAXINE, ed. Immigrant Women. Philadelphia, 1981. x, 347 pp.
"A comprehensive and wide-ranging anthology of works by and about immigrant women."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SELLER, MAXINE. To Seek America: A History of Ethnic Life in the United States. Englewood, New Jersey, 1977. x, 328 pp.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

SELLIN, THORSTEN. Koren, John (March 3, 1801-Nov. 9, 1923. Dictionary of American biography,
10:494-495 (1933).
Biography of a noted statistician and student of liquor control and criminology.
Volume 8, 1934

Selnes, Bjarne J.M., comp. and ed. En Amerikareise med nedtegnelser av Johan A. Selnes fra hans reise i 1906 og hjemturen i 1920. Oslo: 1998. 128 pp.; ill. Title trans.: An America journey with notes by Johan Selnes from his trip in 1906 and return home in 1920.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

Selnes, Johan. En telemarksgutt i California. NORDMANNS-FORBUNDET, 25:146--148 (May,
1932).
The biography of S. E. Sonnichsen, Los Angeles architect.
Volume 7, 1933

Selnes, Randi Ingunn. “Husmannssønnen som dro til USA for å bli småbruker i Vistdalen,” Romsdal Sogelag Årsskrift, Molde (1997), I: 83-100. Title trans.: The cotter’s son who went to the USA to become a small farm operator in Vistdalen.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

SELVIG, CONRAD G. Tale of Two Valleys; an Autobiography. Los Angeles, 1951. 144 p.
The two valleys are those of the Root River and the Red River of the North. Mr. Selvig was head of the Northwest School of Agriculture at Crookston, Minnesota, and a member of Congress.
Volume 17, 1952

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID AND SEYERSTED, PER. Scandio-Americana Papers on Scandinavian Emigration to the United States. Oslo, 1980. 213 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID GAUSTAD. Norwegian Emigration to America during the Nineteenth Century. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:66-81 (1940).
The same material appeared in Norwegian under the title, "Norsk utvandring til Amerika i der 19de århundrede," in Nordisk tidskrift (Stockholm), 15:451-465 (1939).
---------- Utvandringen, Amerika-brevene og norsk samfundsutvikling i det 19. århundre. Samtiden (Oslo), 52:335-345 (1941).
The author considers the emigrant folk, difficulties in America, the defense of America on the part of recent settlers, the reaction on conditions in Norway, with a tendency to greater democracy.
Volume 12, 1941

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID GAUSTAD. Veien mot vest; utvandringen fra Norge til Amerika, 1825-1865. Oslo, H. Aschehoug and Co., 1941. 528 p.
Norwegian emigration to America during the period 1825-65. Reviewed in Nordmanns-Forbundet, 36:146-148 (June, 1943).
Volume 14, 1944

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID, ed. Husmanns minner. Oslo. 1960. 230 p.
Cotter reminiscences; a study of the Norwegian cotter class, which furnished many of the emigrants to America. Mrs. Semmingsen is the first professor of American history at the University of Oslo. Reviewed by Carlton C. Qualey in Immigrant Research Digest, Spring, 1965.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. "A Unique Collection of America Letters in Norway." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35:316-321 (July, 1984).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. "Haugeans, Rappites, and the Emigration of 1825." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:3-42 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Religious aspects of the earliest Norwegian emigration to America.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. "Unique Letter Collection." Sons of Norway Viking, 81:59-61 (1984).
An analysis of sixty-seven America letters written in the New York area in 1896 but not discovered in Norway until 1981.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Semmingsen, Ingrid. “‘Det norske Amerika’ - i fortid og nåtid.” Kirke og kultur, 92, 6: 321-345 (1984).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Semmingsen, Ingrid. “Kontakten med Amerika.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 106-108 (4, 1984).
A sketch of the cultural relations between Norway and Norwegian America. The author suggests that Norway could and should have done more to strengthen these relations.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Semmingsen, Ingrid. “Kvinner i norsk utvandringshistorie.” Migranten/The Migrant, 1: 7-23 (1988).
Women in Norwegian emigration history. English summary.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Semmingsen, Ingrid. “The Norwegian Immigrant Woman in America - Some Glimpses Through Her Letters.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 84, 4: 140-141, 156-157 (April, 1987).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Semmingsen, Ingrid. “Who was Herm. Wang?” Norwegian-American Studies, 31: 215-243 (1986).
A recounting of the life and career of a Norwegian-American humorist and dissident, Ole S. Hervin, who wrote under the pseudonym Herm. Wang.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. A Shipload of German Emigrants and Their Significance for the Norwegian Emigration of 1825. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 25:183-192 (1974).
---------- Emigration from Scandinavia. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 20:45-60 (1972).
Volume 27, 1977 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Agnes Mathilde Wergeland. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 45:102-104 (May, 1952).
Agnes Mathilde Wergeland came to the United States in 1890, and taught at Bryn Mawr and the University of Wyoming. She published a volume of poems in 1912.
---------- Ole Bull og Oleana, et hundreårs-minne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 45:32-34 (February, 1952).
---------- Utvandringen og det utflyttede Norge. Oslo, 1952. 78 p.
History of Norwegian emigration to America, a general survey. See also AAMLAND, TOLV.
Volume 18, 1954

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Drøm og dåd: Utvandringen til Amerika. Oslo, 1975. xviii, 167 pp.
The dreams and deeds of Norwegian immigrants analyzed by Norway’s leading authority on emigration history.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Et historisk falskneri? Decorah-Posten, June 26, 1969.
This article sketches the history of the Kensington runestone.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Family Emigration from Bergen 1874-82. Americana Norvegica, 3:38-63 (1971).
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Linkas dagbok. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 46:116 (June, 1953).
A review of Linka’s Diary on Land and Sea, 1845-1864 (Minneapolis, 1952), the diary of Mrs. Herman Amberg Preus, whose husband was a famous Norwegian-American pioneer pastor. The diary was translated by J. C. K. Preus.
Volume 19, 1956

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Nordic Research into Emigration. Scandinavian Journal of History, 3: 107-129 (1978).
An analysis of the voluminous research in the field of emigration-immigration carried on in the Scandinavian countries in recent years. A list of references is appended to the article.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Norway to America: A History of the Migration. Minneapolis, 1978. vi, 213 pp.
A translation by Einar Haugen of the original Norwegian
Volume published under the title Drøm og dåd, Oslo, 1975.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Veien mot vest; anden del: Utvandringen fra Norge, 1865-1915. Oslo, 1950. 590 p.
Reviewed in Minnesota History, 32:177-179 (September, 1951). The first volume, published in 1941, covering the period 1825-65, was noted in Studies and Records, 14: 241, the two volumes completing a study of emigration from Norway, 1825-1915.
Volume 17, 1952

SEMMINGSEN, PER. Over Atlanteren 1866. Årbok for Glåmdalen, 1945, p. 134-136. Hamar, Norway.
An America letter dated July 2, 1866, written from Dakota County, near Hastings, Minnesota, describing an Atlantic crossing.
Volume 15, 1949

SEPPALA, LEONHARD
Einar O. Hammer. Alaska’s “Greatest Legendary Figure” Passes 85th Birthday. Sons of Norway, 60:7 (January, 1963).
Three-time winner of All-Alaska Sweepstakes, i.e., dog races.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

SEPPALA, LEONHARD
Legendary Sons of Norway: Leonhard Seppala. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:72 (April, 1967).
Sketch of the “king” of the dog-sled drivers in Alaska, 1900-1925.
Leonhard Seppala, alle tiders mest berømte hundekjører, død i Seattle. Western Viking, February 3, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Service of Dedication, the Bethel Lutheran Church, May 24, 1959. Hudson, Wisconsin, 1959. 11 p.
Volume 21, 1962

Serving to the glory of God: 100th anniversary of Bethel Lutheran Church, Greenbush, Minnesota, 1897-1997. [Greenbush: The Church, 1997]. 28 pp.; ill. Stevens, Nora. Our history, 1897-1997: a centennial history of the Malvik Lutheran Church cemetery and a record of those buried there. [Guthrie, Minn.: N. Stevens, 1997.] 68 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (church history)

Setrom, Asta. “Emigrantene frå Grøtom. Brev fortel utvandrarhistorie.” Bøgda vår/Oppdal historielag, 1990: 12-16.
Emigrants from the farm Oppisto Grøtte, Sør Trondelag, write letters home.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Setterdahl, Lilly A Century of Song: American Union of Swedish Singers, 1892-1992. Chicago, 1992. xvii, 318 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

SETTERDAHL, LILLY and WILSON, J. HIRAM. Hotel Accommodations in the Bishop Hill Colony. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 29: 180-195 (1978).
The article, which is broader than the title would imply, contains much interesting information about the Swedish sectarian colony.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Setterdahl, Lilly. “Microfilming of Swedish-American Newspapers.” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 35: 65-76 (January, 1984).
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Setterdahl, Lilly. “The End of Eric Janssonism: Religious Life in Bishop Hill in the Post-colony Period.” Western Illinois Regional Studies, 11, 1: 39-54(Spring, 1988).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SETTERDAHL, LILLY. Peter Cassel’s America. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 32: 106-123 (1981).
In 1845 Peter Cassel founded the first Swedish settlement in the Midwest at New Sweden, Iowa.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Setterdahl, Lily. “Adjusting to America,” The Palimpsest, 68, 5: 136-144 (Fall, 1987).
Ida Jensen Hansen of Ringsaker, Norway, eased the transition to American society for thousands of Scandinavian-American women with her Kvinnen og Hjemmet (Woman and the Home), published in both Norwegian and Swedish editions.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Setterlind, Alfred. “The Way to America in 1923: An Emigrant’s Account.” Translated by Aina Bergman Barton. The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly. 41, 4: 198-208 (October, 1990).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Settlementet i Bella Coola: En norsk bygd Canada grunnlagt i 1894. Nordmanns-Forbundet: 62: 42-43 (February, 1969).
Historical sketch of a Norwegian settlement in British Columbia.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Settlementet i Bella Coola: En norsk bygd i Canada grunnlagt i 1894. Nord-Norge, 212:8-10 (December, 1969).
Story of the foundation of an early Norwegian settlement in British Columbia.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

SEVAREID, ERIC. Not So Wild a Dream. New York, 1946. 516 p.
An autobiographical narrative.
Volume 15, 1949

Seventy-fifth anniversary, 1859-1934, the Red Oak Lutheran church. [Blooming Prairie, Minnesota,
1934.] 32 p.
This church, which is located near Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, celebrated its seventy-fifth anniversary November 4, 1934. There are a number of authors; B. M. Christianson writes a general history of the church, p. 5-15.
Volume 9, 1936

Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1867-1942, Crane Creek Lutheran Church, Chickasaw County, Iowa, Sunday, June 21, 1942. n.p., 1942. 23 p.
T. Orlin Torgeson writes the "History of the Crane Creek Lutheran Congregation,'' p. 3-10.
Volume 13, 1943

SEVERSEIKE, LESTER, ed. The Fox Valley Norwegian-American Sesquicentennial, 1825-1975. Ottawa, Illinois, 1975.
A miscellany of articles, poems, memoirs, and pictures dealing with Cleng Peerson, the “Sloopers,” and the Fox Valley Settlement in Illinois.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

SEVERTSON, S. T., ed. Eightieth anniversary year book; a brief historical sketch together with a
presentation of our present organization.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, [1936]. 32 p.
A pamphlet issued in connection with the celebration of the eightieth anniversary of the founding of the North Prairie congregation of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America, Fillmore County, Minnesota. The church was organized in 1856. The North Prairie settlement dates from 1855.
Volume 10, 1938

SEVRE, INGEBREGT. "Slegt skal følge slegters gang." Hallingen, no. 101, p. 5-13 (December, 1937).
A Gislerud genealogy.
Volume 10, 1938

SEVRE, INGEBREGT. De første Hallinger i Meeker County, Minn. Hallingen, no. 94, March, 1936, p.
4-9.
Norwegian residents of Meeker County, Minnesota, who originated in Hallingdal, Norway.
Volume 9, 1936

SEVRE, INGEBREGT. Eit minneord um diktaren Jon Norstog. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 36:64-66
(March, 1943).
Biographical account of Jon Norstog (1877-1942).
------------ Nordre Mørk slegten i Hol. Hallingen, March-September, 1943.
This genealogy, largely of residents of Norway, carries over into the United States and Canada.
Volume 14, 1944

SEVRE, INGEBREGT. Hallinglaget gjennem 40 aar. Hallingen, 139:19-28 (June, 1947).
A history of this lag organization.
Volume 16 1950

SEVRE, INGEBREGT. Ole Nilsen Jodock. Hallingen, no. 109, p. 3-8 (December, 1939). "Jodockslægten," a genealogy of the Jodock family, follows on page 9-14.
Volume 12, 1941

SEVRE, INGEBRIGT. Hallinger i Amerika. Hallingen, 170:10 (March, 1955).
A brief article about immigrants from Hallingdal and their descendants in America.
Volume 19, 1956

SEWELL, WILLIAM H., and DAVIDSEN, OLUF M. Scandinavian Students on an American Campus. Minneapolis, 1961. 134 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1962.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

SEYERSTAD, PER E. From Norwegian Romantic to American Realist: Studies in the Life and Writings of Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Foreword by Mare Ratner and eight essays by Boyesen. Oslo, 1984. 192 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Seyerstad, Per. “Camrose, Alberta, and its Norwegian Camrose Lutheran College.” Norge-Amerika Foreningen: The Norway-America Association Yearbook, 1988: 7-10.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Seyersted, Per. “Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen: Norwegian-American Writer.” The Norway-America Association Yearbook, 1985, 9-14.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

SEYERSTED, PER. The Drooping Lily: H. H. Boyesen as an Early American Misogynist. Americana Norvegica, 3:74-87 (1971).
Certain ideas of a Norwegian novelist and educator who played a part in American literary life during the 1880s and 1890s.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

Shamai, Shmuel. “Ethnicity and Educational Achievement in Canada, 1941-1981.” Canadian Ethnic Studies, 24, 1(1992) 43-57.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SHANK, MARGARETHE ERDAHL. The Coffee Train. Garden City, New York, 1968. 285 p.
Reprint of a book first published in 1953. The story of a Norwegian family in North Dakota in the 1920’s.
---------- Call Back the Years. Minneapolis, 1966. 273 p.
A historical novel dealing with Norwegian immigrants in North Dakota.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Shaw, Joseph M. Bernt Julius Muus. Founder of St. Olaf College. Northfield: The Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1999. 393 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

SHAW, JOSEPH M. History of St. Olaf College. Northfield, 1974. xv, 694 pp.
A centennial history of the college.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

Shaw, Joseph M. The St. Olaf Choir: a narrative. Northfield, Minn.: St. Olaf College, 1997. 712 pp.; ill.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

SHELL ROCK TOWNSHIP, FREEBORN COUNTY, MINNESOTA. ROUND PRAIRIE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Round Prairie Lutheran Church, Diamond Jubilee, 1865-1940, Sunday, September 22, 1940, Glenville, Minnesota. [Frederick, Maryland], n.d. 61 p.
The historical sketch, pages 13-29, was written by Dr. Ignatius Bjorlee. The sketch also appeared in the Albert Lea Evening Tribune, September 20, 1940.
Volume 12, 1941

SHELLY, MINNESOTA. MARSH RIVER LUTHERAN CHURCH. Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 1872-1947, June 19-22, 1947. n.p,. 1947. 35p.
Volume 16 1950

SHEPPERSON, WILBUR S. Restless Strangers: Nevada’s Immigrants and Their Interpreters. Reno, 1970. xiv, 287 pp.
Immigration as reflected in literature.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

Sherman, William C. and Playford V. Thorson, eds. Plains Folk: North Dakota’s Ethnic History, Fargo, 1988. 419 pp.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

SHERMAN, WILLIAM C. Ethnic Distribution in Western North Dakota. North Dakota History, 46: 4-12 (Winter, 1979).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Sherman, William C. Prairie Mosaic: An Ethnic Atlas of Rural North Dakota. Fargo, 1983. 152 pp.
“Each of the six regional maps is accompanied by a supporting text detailing the settlement history of all major ethnic concentrations.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

SHERWIN, REIDAR T. The Viking and the Red Man; The Old Norse Origin of the Algonquin Language. New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1940. 340 p.
Volume 12, 1941

SHERWIN, REIDER T. The Old Norse Origin of the Algonquin Language (The Viking and the Red Man, vol. 4). New York, 1946. 220 p.
Volume 16 1950

SHIELDS, JAMES M. Mr. Progressive: A Biography of Elmer A. Benson. Minneapolis, 1971. 346 pp.
A study of the controversial political leader who played an important part in Minnesota public life during the 1930s and 1940s.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

SHIPPEN, KATHERINE. Leif Eriksson: First Voyager to America. New York, 1962. 150 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1968.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

SHIPSTEAD, HENRIK
Arthur F. Giere. A Valiant Viking. Minnesota Posten, October 1, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Sigdalslaget. Oplysninger om Sigdøler, Eggedøler og Kryllinger i Amerika. Martin T. Braatelien, comp. [Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company] 1929. 191 p.
A year book.
Volume 5, 1930

SIGDALSLAGET. Sigdalslaget (4de bog): oplysninger om Sigdøler, Eggedøler og Kryllinger i Amerika. Samlet ved Martin T. Braatelien, sagaskriver. [Decorah, Iowa, Anundsen publishing company], 1932. 150p.
An historical survey of the lag, short biographies and historical sketches, portraits, and illustrations.
Volume 8, 1934

Sigersvold, Ståle. “Utvandringa fra Kvinesdal og Feda.” Kvinesdal historielag, 3: 2-17 (1988).
Emigration from Kvinesdal and Feda in Vest-Agder.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Sigurd J. Arnesen død. Decorah-Posten, November 3, 1966.
Former publisher of Nordisk Tidende dies.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SIGURJONSSON, JOHANN, STEFANSSON, DAVID AND TEORDARSSON, AGNAR. Fire and Ice: The Icelandic Plays. Madison, Wisconsin, 1967. 266 p.
A general introduction and introductions to each play. Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, August, 1968.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Silver, Ken. “Julebukk: Christmas at Grandmother’s,” in James Leary, ed., Wisconsin Folklore. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.
Volume 35, 2000 (article)

Simley, Anne. A study of Norwegian dialect in Minnesota. AMERICAN SPEECH, 5:469-474 (August, 1930).
A study of speech defects of 115 students of Norwegian parentage at the Northwest School of Agriculture, Crookston, Minnesota.
Volume 6, 1931

Simon Johnson fremdeles aktiv. Decorah-Posten, September 2, 1966.
A review of the writings of an immigrant author.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SIMONBERG, LARRY. Did the Vikings Really Visit Oklahoma? New York Times, May 14, 1967.
The Heavener runestone in Oklahoma has carvings identified as belonging to the runic alphabet.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Simonsen, Henrik B. Kampen om danskheden. Tro og nationalitet i de danske kirkesamfund i Amerika. Aarhus, 1990. 256 pp.
The Struggle over Danishness: Belief and Nationality in the Danish Church Community in America.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

SIMONSON, HAROLD F. "Angst on the Prairie: Reflections on Immigrants, Rølvaag, and Beret." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:89-110 (1983).
Beret is the principal female character in Rølvaag's pioneer novel.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Simonson, Harold P. Prairies Within: The Tragic Trilogy of Ole Rølvaag. Seattle, 1987. vii, 103 pp.
Beret, the central figure of Giants in the Earth, Peder Victorious, and Their Fathers’ God, is examined in establishing Rølvaag’s portrayal of the immigrant experience.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

SIMONSON, HAROLD P. Rølvaag and Kierkegaard. Scandinavian Studies, 49: 67-80 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Simonson, Joseph C. Some men of our church in public life. LUTHERAN CHURCH HERALD, 13:330-331 (March 5, 1929).
This article is accompanied by portraits of Henrik Shipstead, Peter Norbeck, G. N. Haugen, and L. S. Swenson.
Volume 5, 1930

Simundsen, S. O. Rev. B. J. Muus, founder of St. Olaf college; address by Rev. S. O. Simundsen
at St. Olaf homecoming. LUTHERAN HERALD, 15:1545--1546 (December 8, 1931).
This biographical material was also printed in Lutheraneren, 15: 1550-1552 (December 9, 1931).
Volume 7, 1933

SINDING-LARSEN, HENNING. Famous Member of a Famous Clan. The Norseman, No. 4, 91-93 (1972).
A second Gundersen clinic in the U.S.A.
Volume 26, 1974 (article)

SINDING-LARSEN, HENNING. Fant nålen i høystakken. Minnesota Posten, October 6, 1966.
A review of Helge Ingstad’s book, Vesterveg til Vinland.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SINGSTAD, OLE
Bent Vanberg. Trønderen Ole Singstad, tunnelgeniet, enna aktiv i sitt 80 år. Nordisk Tidende, August 2, 1962.
Ole Singstad the World’s Greatest Tunnel Authority. Norwegian American Commerce, 4 (September, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

SINGSTAD, OLE
Ole Eide. Dr. Ole Singstad. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 13 (January, 1965).
Volume 23, 1967 (biographical sketch)

SINGSTAD, OLE
The World’s Greatest Tunnel Authority. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:216 (August, 1967).
Sketch of the late Ole Singstad.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

SINGSTAD, OLE
Trønderen som ble mester-tunnelbygger. Decorah-Posten, December 18, 1969.
Article about an immigrant from Trondheim who became a world-famous builder of tunnels.
Volume 25, 1972 (biographical sketch)

SIOUX AGENCY TOWNSHIP, YELLOW MEDICINE COUNTY, MINNESOTA. ROCK VALLE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sixtieth Anniversary, Rock Valle Ladies' Aid, 1887-1947. Minneapolis, 1948. 127 p.
Volume 16 1950

SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA
The Fortieth Anniversary of the Foundation of First Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 23, 1960. 14 p.
Volume 22, 1965 (history of congregation)

SIQVELAND, THORGEIR
De lykkeligste år i mitt liv. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:204- 207 (August-September, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Siqveland. Marie Siqveland i Minneapolis får St. Olavsmedaljen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:200 (August-September, 1961).
Marie Siqveland’s contribution to life in Minneapolis. Her husband, Thorgeir Siqveland, was Norwegian consul general in Minneapolis for fifteen years.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Sivertsen, Kirsten. "Tur-retur Amerika": Esso støtter folkekunst-utstilling på Folkemuseet. Oslo: Esso Norge, 1997. 79 pp.; ill. Esso perspektiv, 1 (1997), 39. Title trans.: Round trip to America: Esso supports a folk art exhibit at the Norwegian Folk Museum.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

SJÖBERG, LEIF. "The Early Years of Albin Widén -- Ordinary or Extraordinary?" Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 34:142-152 (1983).
Widen is a prominent author and historian who has written numerous works dealing with Swedish-American life.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SJÖBORG, SOFIA CHARLOTTA. Journey to Florida. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 26: 24-45 (1975).
The travel journal of a Swedish lady who emigrated from Uppsala to Florida in 1871. Translated and edited by Wesley M. Westerberg.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Sjømannskirken i New York jubilerer. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 71: 144-145 (1978).
The Norwegian Seamen's Church in New York celebrates its centennial.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

SJURSEN, JOHN ALFRED. Utvandrerne fra Vossestrand 1843-1926. Etterkommere i U.S.A., slektninger i Norge. Bergen, 1980. 3 vols., 54, 32, 37 pp.
Immigrants from Vossestrand, Norway, their descendants in America, and their relatives in Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Skaalen, Olav. “John Norstog - præriediktaren frå Byrtegrend i Mo.” Telemark historie, 9: 148-151 (1988).
The poet from Telemark who settled in North Dakota frequently recalled his homeland in his poetry.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Skaar, Anna. “På Amerika-ferd i 1904.” Gammalt frå Stange og Romedal, 1988: 121-124.
A journey to America in 1904.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SKAAREN, KJELL ERIK. "Emigration from Brønnøy and Vik in Helgeland." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:293-312 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SKAAREN, KJELL ERIK. Utvandrere til Amerika fra Brønnøy og Vik 1867-1925. Vik, Norway, 1975. 106 pp.
Emigrants from Brønnøy and Vik in Helgeland, Norway.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Skagen, J. Rølvaag, Nordland og "Nord-Norge," SKANDINAVEN, December 25, 1931, p.2;
MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, December 31, 1931, p.6.
This article is largely biographical.
Volume 7, 1933

Skandinaven. Almanak-kalender for 1931, vol. 10. Chicago, John Anderson publication company, 1950. 190 p.
This volume includes a series of one-page biographies of prominent Norwegian-American writers of belles-lettres under the general title: Norsk amerikansk skjønliteratur. Portraits accompany the sketches. The writers given space are O. E. Rølvaag, Waldemar Ager, O. A. Buslett, Peer O. Strømme, Jon Norstog, Simon Johnson, Wilhelm Pettersen, Julius B. Baumann, Martha Ostenso, and Gustav Melby.
Volume 6, 1931

Skandinaven. Almanak-kalender for 1931, vol. 10. Chicago, John Anderson publication company, 1950. 190 p.
This volume includes a series of one-page biographies of prominent Norwegian-American writers of belles-lettres under the general title: Norsk amerikansk skjønliteratur. Portraits accompany the sketches. The writers given space are O. E. Rølvaag, Waldemar Ager, O. A. Buslett, Peer O. Strømme, Jon Norstog, Simon Johnson, Wilhelm Pettersen, Julius B. Baumann, Martha Ostenso, and Gustav Melby.
Volume 6, 1931

Skandinaven. Skandinavens almanak-kalender for 1932. 11te aargang. Redigeret af John Hjellum.
Chicago, Illinois, John Anderson publishing company, 1931. 159 p.
The following one-page articles, under the general heading, Norsk-Amerikansk skjønliteratur" (Norwegian-American belles-lettres) are of interest: D. G. Ristad, John Benson, Jobs. B. Wist, N. N. Rønning, Ulrikka Feldtman Bruun, Antonette Tovsen, Ruth L. Fjeldsaa, Dorthea Dahl, Olav Bøhmer, Johannes Olavsen Saeter, Gulbrand Sether, Sigurd Folkestad. The book also contains an article on "The Norwegian heritage," by O. M. Norlie, one entitled "Det norsk-amerikanske historielag," and other interesting bits of information.
Volume 7, 1933

Skandinavens almanak-kalender for 1933, 1934. Chicago, John Anderson publishing company, 1932,
1933. 2 vols.
John Hjellum is editor of both of these volumes, which are similar to previous issues. In the volume for 1935 is an article entitled: Norsk-amerikanernes dag paa verdensudstillingen, by R. R. Haugan, p.3-13, describing Norwegian-American day at the Century of progress exposition in Chicago in 1933.
Volume 8, 1934

Skandinaviske studier i USA. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 53:91 (April, 1960).
The Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies celebrates its fiftieth anniversary.
Volume 21, 1962

SKARD, SIGMUND AND WASSER, HENRY H., eds. Americana Norvegica: Norwegian Contributions to American Studies, vol 1. Philadelphia and Oslo, 1966. 340 p.
Contains studies of American culture. Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, November, 1967, American Historical Review, October, 1967, Journal of American History, December, 1967.
---------- Americana Norvegica, vol. 2, Philadelphia, n.d. 368 p.
Pays particular attention to Norwegian-American relations. Reviewed in American Quarterly, Spring, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

SKARD, SIGMUND. Report on the Scandinavian Collection. Washington, Library of Congress, 1944. 96 p.
Volume 15, 1949

SKARD, SIGMUND. Solregn. Oslo, 1980. 309 pp.
The autobiography of the founder of the American Institute at the University of Oslo and of the European Association for American Studies.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

SKARD, SIGMUND. Studiet av amerikansk litteratur. Samtiden, 57:225-242 (1948).
American literature in Norway; a lecture at the University of Oslo.
Volume 16 1950

SKARD, SIGMUND. The American Myth and the European Mind: American Studies in Europe 1776-1960. Philadelphia, 1961. 112 p.
Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

SKARD, SIGMUND. Trans-Atlantica - Memoirs of a Norwegian Americanist. New York, 1978. 218 pp.
The founder of the American Institute at the University of Oslo records his experiences as professor of American literature and describes European attitudes toward the United States in recent generations.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

SKARD, SIGMUND. Trans-Atlantica: Memoirs of a Norwegian Americanist. Oslo, 1978. 215 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

Skårdal, Dorothy Burton and Ingeborg R. Kongslien. Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History. Oslo, 1986. 375 pp.
Twenty-six papers given at a seminar held in Oslo, June 26-30, 1984, published by NAHA-Norway, the American Institute, University of Oslo, and the International Summer School, the University of Oslo.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

Skårdal, Dorothy Burton. “Danes in America.” Scandinavian Review, 73, 4: 50-59 (Winter, 1985).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Skårdal, Dorothy Burton. “Danish-American Literature in Transition.” The Bridge, 9, 1: 55-69 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. Danish-American Literature: A Call to Action. Scandinavian Studies, 48: 405-425 (1976).
A survey of Danish-American literature and a plea for more analysis of the subject.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. Øket interesse for emigrantlitteraturen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 87-88 (1981).
An article about the interest in Norwegian-American literature at the University of Oslo.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. Scandinavian-American Literature: A Frontier for Research. Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly, 28: 237-251 (1977).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. The Divided Heart: Scandinavian Immigrant Experience through Literary Sources. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1974. 394 pp.
The experiences and emotions of Scandinavian immigrants as mirrored in their literary productions. Introduction by Oscar Handlin.
Volume 27, 1977 (book or pamphlet)

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. The Scandinavian Immigrant Writer in America. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:14-53 (1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SKARKEBUD, OSKAR. Amerikaminner: fra skogen, prærien og nybyggerlivet 1904-1912. Gjøvik,
Norway, 1983. 203 pp.
Reminiscences of an immigrant who returned to Norway.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SKARO, ASGRIM K.
Peder H. Nelson. Første nordmann i Minnesota . . . fra Hallingdal. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:68 (March, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

SKAUG, ANNE. Memorandum on Fluctuations in Migration from Norway since 1900, Compared with Other Countries, and Causes of These Fluctuations. Paris, 1937. 194 p.
Volume 12, 1941

SKAUG, ARNE. Det utflyttede Norge. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 31:247-250 (August, 1938).
A statistical study from which the author concludes that $48,000 immigrants of Norwegian birth
were resident in the United States in 1930. The article was republished in Skandinaven for November 29, 1938.
---------- Taller paa Nordmenn i utlandet; minst 422,000 norsk-fødte rundt omkring i verden.
Nordmanns-Forbundet, 31: 353-356 (November, 1938).
The total of Norwegian-born men and women who are residents of foreign countries is 422,000, according to this article.
Volume 11, 1940

SKAUG, ARNE. Memorandum on fluctuations in migration from Norway since 1900, compared with other countries, and causes of these fluctuations. Paris, International institute of intellectual co-operation, League of nations, 1937. 194 p. Mimeographed.
This study was submitted by Dr. Skaug to the International studies conference on behalf of the Norwegian co-ordinating committee. The chapters are as follows: Introduction, The Statistical material, The Main trends of migrations from Norway, Character of the Norwegian emigration, The Causes of emigration and of its fluctuations, Fluctuations in migration from Norway and other countries since 1900, Effects of the cessation of emigration.
Volume 10, 1938

SKAVLAN, GUNNAR. Vinlandsreisene. Nordisk tidende, October 6, 15, 1932, p. 1, 3.
A survey of sources of information on the Vinland journeys of Leif Erikson and others, the place of Leif Erikson in history, alleged relics of Norsemen in America, the Kensington rune stone, and so forth.
Volume 8, 1934

SKAVLAN, J. Snaasinger i Amerika; optegnelser. Trønderlagets aarbok, 1934, 42-55.
Mostly short, biographical notes concerning immigrants from a particular district in Norway.
Volume 9, 1936

SKELTON, R. A., MARSTON, THOMAS E., and PAINTER, GEORGE D. The Vinland Map and the Tartar Relation. New Haven, 1965. 291 p.
Two documents are published in this
Volume: A world map of about 1440 that includes Vinland, and an account of the Carpini Mission. The authors give descriptions and histories of the two documents.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

SKINRUD, ORLANDO M. One Hundred Years at Jefferson Prairie; the Jefferson Prairie Evangelical Lutheran Church, Clinton, Wisconsin. 1944. 36 p.
Volume 15, 1949

SKIRBEKK, HAVARD. Dei fyrste som drog. Årbok for Glåmdalen, 1942, p. 87-91. Hamar, Norway.
A brief account of early emigration from Glamdalen in Norway, with the full text of an emigrant ballad, a farewell song written by Lars Strand in 1852 to a group of emigrants departing for "Visconsin" in America.
Volume 15, 1949

Skislet, Emil Johnson. En pioneers erindringer. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 45: 5 (February 26, 1931).
Reminiscences of a pioneer of Polk County, Minnesota, dating from about 1872, relating largely to settlements, towns, counties, churches, and railroads, with some biographical and genealogical information.
Volume 6, 1931

Skislet, Emil Johnson. En pioneers erindringer. MINNEAPOLIS TIDENDE, 45: 5 (February 26, 1931).
Reminiscences of a pioneer of Polk County, Minnesota, dating from about 1872, relating largely to settlements, towns, counties, churches, and railroads, with some biographical and genealogical information.
Volume 6, 1931

Skogaas, Peder. “På en kirkegård i USA.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 102-107.
From a cemetery in Spring Grove, on the Minnesota-Iowa state line.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SKOGAAS, PEDER. Møte med Herman Smith-Johanssen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 75: 32-35 (1980).
Reminiscences of 104-year-old “Chief Jack Rabbit,” who taught the Canadians to use skis.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

SKOGSBERG, HELGA. Comes the Day, Comes a Way. Chicago, 1960. 131 p.
A story of Swedish pioneer life on the shores of Lake Superior.
Volume 21, 1962

SKOGSETH, ARNE. Westby i Wisconsin - Norskdommens høyborg I U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 69: 204-207 (1976).
Westby - a Wisconsin town with strong Norwegian roots.
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Skogsfjord” i Minnesota: Første norske sprogleir. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:255 (November, 1963).
A Norwegian-language summer camp for children at Lake Trowbridge.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Skoje, Leif and Anne Haugen Wagn. “ - for at finde en blidere Skjebne”. Utvandringa frå Hjartdal til America. Sauland, Norway [1989]. 186 pp.
“ - To find a better lot.” Emigration from Hjartdal, Telemark to America.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Skordalsvold, J. J. Man of many minds. NORDEN, 3:6--10 (July, 1931).
An article on Waldemar Ager of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, editor of Reform. A portrait accompanies the article.
Volume 7, 1933

SKOUEN, ARNE. Sigrid Undset i Amerika. Samtiden, 56:323-332 (1947).
An account of Sigrid Undset's visit to America, 1940-45.
Volume 16 1950

SKOUEN, ARNE. Sigrid Undset skriver hjem. En vandring gjennom emigrantårene i Amerika. Oslo,
1982. 149 pp.
Letters written from America by the renowned Norwegian novelist.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SKOVMAND, SVEN. America Forever. 94 pp.
A discussion of the various forces which gave rise to the America fever.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SKOVMAND, SVEN. Europe and the Flight to America. 77 pp.
An analysis of the causes for the exodus to America.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SKRESLET, O. M. Laksefiske på Columbia floden. Nord-Norge, 184:43-46 (June, 1962).
Salmon fishing on the Columbia River.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Skretting, Harald. I far sine fotefar -- 75 år etter: eit bidrag til utvandrarsoga frå Varhaug til Canada,1905-1930. Varhaug: H. Skretting, 67 pp.; ill. Title trans: In their father’s footsteps - 75 years after: an account of the emigrants’ saga from Varhaug to Canada, 1905-1930.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

SKRIEN, SANDRA H. Ole Johnson Skrien: A Norwegian Immigrant in the 1870s. North Dakota History, 43: 32-35 (Winter, 1976).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Skuggevik, Dordi Glærum. Utvandrings historie fra Nordmøre. Stangvik og Surnadal prestegjeld. Surnadal, Norway, 1986. 460 pp.
Emigration history from Nordmøre. Summary in English.
Volume 32, 1989 (book or pamphlet)

SLACK, MARY LU, comp. Coon Valley in Pictures. Edited by M. N. Daffinrud. Viroqua, Wisconsin, 1945. 86 p.
Two hundred and fifty pictures from this Norwegian community, which was settled in 1848.
Volume 15, 1949

Slater, Sandra J. Guide to Norwegian bygdebøker: Family History Room, Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Grand Forks: University of North Dakota, 1998. 87 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (reference)

Sleipner.” Centennial of “Sleipner” Voyage Is Commemorated. Sons of Norway, 59:197 (October, 1962).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

Sleipner.” Neighborhood News - North. Chicago Tribune, July 12, 1962.
Centennial of “Sleipner’s” arrival in Chicago.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SLETTEDAHL, E. B. Vidunderlige oplevelser. [Tacoma, Washington, Author, 1934.] 199 p.
Reminiscences and anecdotes of a Lutheran minister, covering the period 1887-1954, dealing mostly with pastoral experiences at Fertile, Duluth, and Two Harbors, Minnesota; San Francisco, California; and Tacoma and Seattle, Washington.
Volume 9, 1936

Sletto, Bjørn. “The Forgotten Ibsen.” The Sons of Norway Viking, 85, 11: 452-455 (November, 1988).
Henrik Ibsen’s brother Nicolai immigrated to Iowa and worked as a sheep herder.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Slind, Marvin G. Norse to the Palouse: Sagas of the Selbu Norwegians. Pullman, Wash., 1990. xi, 155 pp.
Volume 34, 1995 (book or pamphlet)

SLINDE, LEIV. Knute Nelson fra fattiggutt til verdenskjent statsmann. Oslo, 1950. 16 p.
A short sketch of Knute Nelson for school use.
Volume 17, 1952

Smaalenslaget i Amerika. Smaalenslagets aarbok, 1930. Utgit av O. H. Once. St. Paul, 1930. 32 p.
This number of the yearbook of Smaalenslaget contains sketches of several localities in Smaalenene, Norway, an article on Roald Amundsen, one regarding the first immigrants to America from Smaalenene, and a section of brief biographies.
Volume 6, 1931

SMEDAL, ELAINE. Norwegian Design in Wisconsin; a Portfolio of Serigraphs by Elaine Smedal and Anne Tressler. Madison, Wisconsin, 1946.
20 plates.
Volume 15, 1949

SMEDAL, ERLING A. Smedal Family History and Genealogy. Mansfield, Ohio, nd. 230 pp.
Members of the Smedal family gained fame as virtuosos on the Hardangerfele, both in Norway and in the United States.
Volume 28, 1979 (book or pamphlet)

Smedal, G. Normænds virke i Amerika. SKANDINAVEN ALMANAK OG KALENDER, 1930, p. 40-
43.
A short survey of the activities of Norwegian-Americans.
Volume 5, 1930

Smedvig, Hjördis. “Utvandrernes Professor.” The Norseman, 21-22 (3, 1985).
An article about Professor Ingrid Semmingsen of Oslo University, who is her country’s leading authority on Norwegian emigration to America. Reprinted from Stavanger Aftenblad.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

Smemo, Kenneth. “Norwegian America’s Golden Age.” The Norseman, 29, 1: part 1, 6-8 (1989); 29, 2: part 2, 4-7 (1989).
The period 1890-1925 is examined.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SMITH, GEORGE T. A Young Dane Finds His Promised Land. New York, 1970. 117 pp.
The autobiography of a Danish immigrant who left his native country in 1883 and settled in the Midwest to become a banker and businessman in Minnesota’s Twin-City area.
Volume 26, 1974 (book or pamphlet)

SMITH, GIBBS M. Joe Hill. Salt Lake City, 1969.
Biography of a famous Swedish-born labor leader and song writer for the International Workers of the World.
Volume 25, 1972 (book or pamphlet)

Smith, Guy-Harold. Notes on the distribution of the foreign-born Scandinavians in Wisconsin in
1905. WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY, 14:419--436 (June, 1931).
A map showing this distribution accompanies the article.
Volume 7, 1933

SMITH, MORTIMER. Ole Bull Conquers the New World, a Record of the Norwegian Violinist's First Tour of America. American Scandinavian Review, 29:338-348 (December, 1941).
--------Oleana; Story of Ole Bull's Colony in Pennsylvania. American Scandinavian Review, 30:139-148 (June, 1942).
Volume 13, 1943

SMITH, MORTIMER. The Life of Ole Bull. Princeton, N. J., Princeton University Press, for the American Scandinavian Foundation, 1943. 220 p.
Reviewed in Decorah-posten, November 18, 1943.
Volume 14, 1944

SMITH, TIMOTHY L. New Approaches to the History of Immigration in Twentieth-Century America. American Historical Review, 71:1,265-1,279 (June, 1966).
A study in assimilation, based on material from the Minnesota iron range.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SMITH, TIMOTHY L. Religion and Ethnicity in America. American Historical Review, 83: 1155-1185 (1978).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Snøfugl, Åsmund. “Over 400 blad og aviser i det norske Amerika på vel 100 år.” Gauldalsminne, 1992, I: 85-101.
More than 400 journals and newspapers published in Norwegian America in 100 years.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

SNOW, CLARA J. Over the Edge of the World. New York, 1955. 167 p.
A historical novel dealing with the Norse discovery of America during viking times.
Volume 19, 1956

Snowshoe Thompson baner vei for Auburn Skiclub!" Nordmanns-Forbundet, 41-42 (2, 1984).
An imposing monument of the famed mail carrier stands near the museum of the Auburn, California, Ski Club.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

SNYDER, MARY RENNELS. Martha Ostenso. American Swedish Historical Foundation, Yearbook (1966), p. 70-73.
Sketch and tribute by the book editor of the Gary (Indiana) Post Tribune.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Soberg, Ralph. Alaska journey 1919-1934: an adventurous young Norwegian's coming-of-age. Walnut Creek, Calif.: Hardscratch Press, 1993. 159 pp.
Volume 35, 2000 (autobiograph or memoir)

Soike, Lowell J. Norwegian Americans and the Politics of Dissent 1880-1924. Northfield, Minnesota, 1991. 275 pp.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

SOLBERG, ERLING J.
The Scandinavian of the Month: Erling J. Solberg, President of S.A.B.A. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, November, 1966.
Sketch of the president of the Scandinavian American Business Association.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

Solberg, Jerry. “Familien Solberg i Norge og USA.” Romeriketun årbok/Romerike historielag, 16: 257-265 (1990).
The Solberg family in Norway and the United States. English summary.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Solensten, John. There Lies a Fair Land. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1985. 176 pp.
An anthology of Norwegian-American writing, with graphics by Arch Leean.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

SOLHEIM, OSWALD J. It Happened in Hudson. Hudson, Wisconsin, 1962. 89 p.
Personal reminiscences of early St. Croix Valley life by an eighty-year-old pioneer. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (book or pamphlet)

SOLON SPRINGS, WISCONSIN
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1914-1964. 12 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (history of congregation)

SOLSTAD, ALFRED. Bygland through Seventy-five Years, 1874-1949. n.p., 1949. 68 p.
The story of the Bygland Lutheran Church and of early churches from which it was formed, Polk County, Minnesota.
Volume 16 1950

Soltow, Lee. “Inequalities on the Eve of Mass Migration: Agricultural Holdings in Sweden and in the United States in 1845-1850.” The Scandinavian Economic History Review and Economy and History, 34, 3: 2 19-236 (1987).
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SOLUM, NORA O. Oregon and Washington Territory in the 1870’s as Seen through the Eyes of a Pioneer Pastor. Norwegian American Studies and Records, 16:64-90 (1950).
Volume 17, 1952 (article)

SOLUM, NORA O. See Jorgenson, Theodore. Ole Edvart Rølvaag.
Volume 11, 1940

SOLUM, NORA O. The Sources of the Rølvaag Biography. Norwegian-American Studies and Records, 11:150-159 (1940).
Volume 12, 1941 (article)

SOLUM, NORA O., tr. Norway’s New Saga of the Sea. New York, 1969. 251 p.
Translation of Lise Lindbæk’s Tusen norske skip, the story of Norway’s merchant marine in World War II.
Volume 24, 1970 (book or pamphlet)

Solum, Reidar. Norsk indvandring til Brasil. NORDMANDS-FORBUNDET, 23: 3-6 (January, 1930).
A brief account of Norwegian immigration to Brazil.
Volume 5, 1930 (article)

SOMMERFELT, AMBASSADOR S. CHR. The Common Past and Future of America and Norway. Sons of Norway Viking, 72: 124-125 (1975).
Volume 28, 1979 (article)

Sonden Speaking. Vinland, June 9, 1966.
Unveiling of a plaque at the grave in Denbigh, North Dakota, of Sondre Norheim, father of skiing as a modern sport.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

Sondre Norheims minde hædret i Nord Dakota. Decorah-Posten, June 30, 1966.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SONDRESEN, S. Norsk-Amerikanerne. (Bibliotheca norvegiae sacra, XV.) Bergen, A. S. Lunde &
Co.'s Forlag, 1938. 179 p.
The book is intended for readers in Norway and takes up the conditions of life among the
immigrants in America, especially as they were in the nineties, Norwegian church bodies as they
exist in the United States, life and doctrine within the Lutheran church, cultural life among the Norwegian immigrants, including the press, societies, books, lodges, music, and politics, and, final]y, the relationships between the immigrants and their native Norway. Sondresen immigrated in 1890, studied theology, and served as a minister in Wells, Minnesota, for four years.
Volume 11, 1940

Sønner af Norge, 1932, 1933. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sons of Norway, 2 vols.
These volumes are similar to preceding volumes of this official organ of the Sons of Norway. They contain news, letters from members, necrology, lists of lodges and officers, reports, and the like.
Volume 8, 1934

SONNESYN, GERHARD N. First Statement to the Membership by the Supreme President, Gerhard N. Sonnesyn. Sons of Norway, 51:185-187 (October, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

SONNESYN, GERHARD
Gerhard Sonnesyn Dies. Minnesota Posten, December 5, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

Sons of Norway video: 100 years of heritage. Minneapolis, Minn.: Fresh Pictures,- 1 videocassette (PAL), 18 min, 18 sec. VHS-standard.
Volume 35, 2000 (other media)

Sons of Norway. Founders’ Day Is Observed in Minneapolis. Sons of Norway, 59:50 (March, 1962).
Sixty-seventh anniversary.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SONS OF NORWAY. Why Sons of Norway. Minneapolis, 1939. 16p.
Includes a historical outline of the Sons of Norway lodge.
Volume 14, 1944

Sørbøl, Kjell. Ei Roeslekt i Noreg og Amerika. Gol, Norway, 1985. 123 pp.
A family history from both sides of the Atlantic.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

Søremsbufolk og andre i Amerika.” Årsskrift for Lesja historielag, 1989: 72-77.
People from Søremsbu and others in America.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Sorensen, Arne. “Ei Utvandrerhistorie.” Gamle Modum: Årskrift for Modum historielag, 1: 27-29 (1986).
Trygve R. Røed (1895- ) of øst Modum emigrated to Alberta, Canada, in 1917.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

SØRENSEN, ARNE. Amerika er ældre. Kirke og kultur, 54:562-572 (1949).
"America is older .... The reason we often do not understand the Americans is that they represent an older culture period than we do."
Volume 16 1950

SORTEBERG, EDVARD. Hallinglaget i Canada. Hallingen, 179 : 44- 46 (June, 1957).
The association of Hallings in Canada.
Volume 20, 1959

SORTEBERG, EDW. Hallinglaget i Canada. Hallingen, 166:923 (March, 1954).
People from Hailing took the lead in organizing bygdelags in Canada. This is a brief history of the Hallinglag there, written by a man who has been a leading spirit in the movement.
Volume 19, 1956

SORTEBERG, NIELS E. Slægthistorie. Hallingen, no. 101, p. 15-24 (December, 1937).
A genealogy of the Sorteberg family.
Volume 10, 1938

South Dakota’s Unique ‘Stavkirke.’ Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, August 3, 1969.
Replica of the 800-year-old Borgund stave church in Norway.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SOUTH SACRED HEART, MINNESOTA. OPDAL NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. Opdal Norw. Luth. Church, 50th Anniversary, June 8, 1941, 1891-1941. N.p., 1941. [40] p.
Volume 12, 1941 (Pamphlet)

SOWELL, THOMAS, ed. American Ethnic Groups. Washington, 1978. viii, 249 pp.
Volume 29, 1983 (book or pamphlet)

SOWELL, THOMAS. Ethnic America: A History. New York, 1981. 353 pp.
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SØYLAND, CARL
En ungdom i Brooklyn. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 67:124-125 (1974).
The work of Carl Søyland, “journalist, author, editor, photographer, vagabond” - now 80 years of age.
Volume 27, 1977 (biographical sketch)

SØYLAND, CARL
Fra Flekkefjord til Brooklyn; Carl Søyland: En institution i New York. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:33 (February, 1963).
Volume 22, 1965 (biographical sketch)

SØYLAND, CARL,. Langs landeveien. Oslo, Gyldendal norsk forlag, 1929. 200p.
An account of a recent journey by a Norwegian in America.
Volume 8, 1934

SØYLAND, CARL. Dypt rinner fedrenearven i de norsk-amerikanske slekter i U.S. Nordisk Tidende, January 15, 1970.
An interview with Dr. O. Myking Mehus, educator and president of Hallinglaget, including a discussion of the culture and traditions of Norwegian Americans.
---------- Sons of Norway er 75 år. Nordisk Tidende, January 15, 1970.
Historical sketch of the Sons of Norway lodges founded seventy-five years ago.
Volume 25, 1972 (article)

Søyland, Carl. En rydningsmand i norsk-amerikansk historie. NORDISK TIDENDE, September
24, 1931, p.1, 18.
A sketch of Professor O. M. Norlie with portrait.
Volume 7, 1933

SØYLAND, CARL. Etterlyses: Den norsk-amerikanske presses historie. Nordisk Tidende, September 26, 1963.
The history of the Norwegian press in America needs to be written.
---------- Stavangerfjord to Retire after 35 Years: Over 2,800,000 Miles Crossing Atlantic. Pacific Coast Viking, November, 1963.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SØYLAND, CARL. Fornøyelig brev av Knut Hamsun dukker opp på Brooklyn Heights. Nordisk Tidende, April 27, 1967.
A letter by Knut Hamsun dated October 30, 1907, discovered in Brooklyn Heights.
-------- Han tok doktorgraden på den norske koloni. Nordisk Tidende, July 31, 1969.
Christen T. Jonassen, professor of sociology at Ohio State University, continues research on Norwegian-American sociological problems.
---------- Hvor mange? Nordisk Tidende, February 1, 1968.
Statistical data on the number of Norwegian-born persons in each state in 1960.
---------- Litt sukker og salt om bokhandel. Nordisk Tidende, February 20, 1969.
A history of Norwegian book stores in America.
---------- Mest omdiskuterte stein i Amerika. Nordisk Tidende, July 17, 24, 1969.
Deals with the Kensington runestone.
---------- Nok et jubileum i norsk-amerikansk presse. Nordisk Tidende, September 18, 1969.
Decorah-Posten celebrates its ninety-fifth anniversary.
---------- Real estate i stor stil. Nordisk Tidende, March 30, 1967.
Norwegians in Alaska.
---------- Skjærmyssel om oppdagerne. Nordisk Tidende, October 20, 1966.
Controversy in the press and on television between New York Italians and Norwegians about the discovery of America.
---------- Slekten og utvandringen. Nordisk Tidende, September 15, 1966.
The effects of emigration on family ties and traditions.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SØYLAND, CARL. Monument over “Utvandringens far.” Nordisk Tidende, July 1, 1965.
A monument to Clang Peerson, the “Father of Emigration,” was unveiled in Haugesund-Tysvær, Norway.
---------- Omkring et 60 års jubileum. Nordisk Tidende, October 22, 1964.
Sketch of the Norske Selskap, a club in Brooklyn, with an evaluation of past and current purposes and problems.
---------- Påstrømmende tanker ved avisjubileum i Seattle. Nordisk Tidende, May 28, 1964.
Historical sketch of Washington Posten.
Volume 23, 1967 (article)

Søyland, Carl. Nordmanden som blev direktør ved Washington's naturhistoriske museum. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40:1, 16 (May 29, 1930).
The distinguished scientist and chief of the biological section of the United States Natural Museum, Dr. Leonhard Stejneger, receives appreciative treatment in this reportorial article.
Volume 6, 1931

Søyland, Carl. Nordmanden som blev direktør ved Washington's naturhistoriske museum. NORDISK TIDENDE, 40:I, 16 (May 29, 1930).
The distinguished scientist and chief of the biological section of the United States Natural Museum, Dr. Leonhard Stejneger, receives appreciative treatment in this reportorial article.
Volume 6, 1931

SØYLAND, CARL. Ole Bull i Amerika. Nordisk tidende, September 16, 23, 30, 1943.
Volume 14, 1944

SØYLAND, CARL. Skrift i sand. Oslo, 1954. 291 p.
“Writing in Sand,” reminiscences by a well-known Norwegian-American editor. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review (Spring, 1955).
Volume 19, 1956

SØYLAND, CARL.
Erik J. Friis. Carl Søyland: A Tribute. Nordisk Tidende, May 15, 1969.
Carl Søyland joined the editorial staff of Nordisk Tidende in 1926 and was editor from 1940 to 1962. This article also appears in the Scandinavian-American Bulletin, May, 1969.
Volume 24, 1970 (biographical sketch)

SPANDE, PAUL W. The Lutheran Church under American Influence; a Historico-philosophical Interpretation of the Church in Its Relation of Various Modifying Forces in the United States. Burlington, Iowa, The Lutheran Literary Board, 1943. 435 p.
The Norwegian group is included in this study.
Volume 14, 1944

SPÅNEM, MAGNHILD. Med Gro Jonsdotter Einungbrekke frå Tinn til Amerika. Arbok for Telemark, 14-26 (1981).
Gro Jonsdotter was the mother of the legendary “Snowshoe Thompson.” As a widow she came to America in 1837 with her ten-year-old son.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

SPARROW, CATHERINE GROTH. Little Norway-- Muskoka --Vesle Skaugum; Training Centers of the Royal Norwegian Air Force in Canada. American Scandinavian Review, 30: 203-215 (September, 1942).
Volume 13, 1943

SPEAR, ALLAN H. Marcus Lee Hansen and the Historiography of Immigration. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 44:258-268 (Summer, 1961).
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

SPEISMAN, S. A. The Jews of Toronto. Toronto, 1980. iv, 380 pp.
"Between 1881 and 1931 Toronto's Jewish population increased from 534 to 45,305; even more significant was the growing religious and ethnic diversity within the Jewish community."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

SPONLAND, INGEBORG. My Reasonable Service. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Augsburg Publishing
House, 1938. 158 p.
Miss Mabel L. Thorstensen has recorded this story as it was told to her by Ingeborg Sponland, who from 1906 to 1936 was mother superior of the Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital in Chicago.
Volume 11, 1940

SPOONER, HARRY L. Bishop Hill: An Early Cradle of Liberty. American-Scandinavian Review, 47:31-38 (March, 1959).
An account of the Jansonists in Illinois.
Volume 21, 1962

Spor etter nordisk bosetning er funnet av kanadiske arkeologer. Nordisk Tidende, February 3, 1966.
Archeologists find evidence of a Norwegian settlement in the Ungava River Valley of northern Quebec.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

SPOT NEWS FROM VINLAND THE GOOD; an Editorial. American-Scandinavian Review, 36:327-
329 (December, 1948).
A review of contemporary investigations relating to Norse discoveries of America.
Volume 16 1950

SPRINGER, G. T., comp. Yumpin' yiminy; Skandinavian dialect collections. Long Prairie, Minnesota, The Mart publications, 1932. 118p.
Short anecdotes in mixed dialect.
Volume 8, 1934

St. Ansgar settlementet i Iowa. Hallingen, 167: 13-17 (June, 1954).
Volume 19, 1956

ST. CLOUD. BETHLEHEM ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH. Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the
Bethlehem English Lutheran Church, November 4-5, 1933.
St. Cloud, Minnesota, 1933. 22 p.
Volume 11, 1940

St. Olaf College orkester: Musikk seminar i Oslo i januar. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:237-238 (December, 1966).
St. Olaf College orchestra on an interim music project in Norway, January, 1967.
Volume 24, 1970 (article)

St. Olaf Lutheran choir. Northfield, Minnesota, Twin City St. Olaf club, [1931] 23 p.
A statement of what the St. Olaf Lutheran choir is and does. A portrait of the director, F.
Melius Christensen, appears as frontispiece.
Volume 7, 1933

St. Olav Order. Four Receive St. Olaf Citations, Sons of Norway, 60:6 (January, 1963).
Kenneth O. Bjork, James S. Lombard, and Roy N. Thorshov receive the Knight’s Cross, first class. Mrs. Lorraine B. Carlson awarded the St. Olav Medal.
Volume 22, 1965 (article)

St. Paul, Minn. Trinity Lutheran Church. Sixtieth anniversary, 1870-1930, Trinity Lutheran Congregation, Farrington and Sherburne, St. Paul, Minnesota, November 9, 1930. 24 p.
This anniversary booklet lists the officers and members of the congregation and contains an historical sketch by Harold E. Jensen. A number of portraits are included.
Volume 6, 1931

St. Paul, Minn. Trinity Lutheran Church. Sixtieth anniversary, 1870-1930, Trinity Lutheran Congregation, Farrington and Sherburne, St. Paul, Minnesota, November 9, 1930. 24 p.
This anniversary booklet lists the officers and members of the congregation and contains an historical sketch by Harold E. Jensen. A number of portraits are included.
Volume 6, 1931

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
Christ Lutheran Church on Capitol Hill: Our Second Century in Christ, 1868-1968. 21 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH. Seventy-five Years with Christ: Diamond Jubilee, 1868-1943. [St. Paul, 1943.] 32 p.
Volume 14, 1944

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH. Eightieth anniversary, St. Paul's Lutheran congregation, at Long Prairie, Deerfield, Wisconsin, August 2, 1931. h.p., n.d. 20p.
The pamphlet includes an historical sketch by A. C. Odden, p. 5-15, with portraits and illustrations, and this sketch in turn incorporates an "America letter" written by Lars Neels Vele from Dane County, Koshkonong Prairie, on November 27, 1844, to Gulbrand Nels Gjerald, Voss Prestegjæld, Norway.
Volume 8, 1934

Stabæk, Tosten Kittelsen. An account of a journey to California in 1852, translated by Einar I. Haugen. Norwegian-American historical association, STUDIES AND RECORDS, 4: 99-124 (1929).
This account was written some forty years after the date of the journey. The Norwegian original of this paper was published in Aarbok no. 14 for Numedalslaget, 62-85 (1928).
Volume 5, 1930

STAFFORD, KATE and NAESS, HARALD, trans, and eds. On Both Sides of the Ocean: A Part of Per
Hagen's Journey.
Northfield, Minnesota, 1984.70 pp.
Volume 10 of the Norwegian-American Historical Association's Travel and Description Series. "Though assuming the format of a historical novel, the narrative has an authentic quality, casting light on social conditions both in Norway and among Norwegian immigrants in America."
Volume 30, 1985 (book or pamphlet)

Stalheim, Erik. “Ei ferd fra Noreg til Amerika i 1886.” Gamalt frå Voss, 21: 43-51 (1989).
A journey to America in 1886.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

STANDAL, RAGNAR. "Emigration from a Fjord District on Norway's West Coast, 1852-1915." Norwegian-American Studies, 29:185-209 (1983). Translated by C. A. Clausen.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Standal, Ragnar. “Gjeninnvandringa til Ørsta på Sunnmøre.” Essays on Norwegian-American Literature and History, Volume II, 183-187.
The effect of returning emigrants to Ørsta in Sunnmøre on local economic and cultural life.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Standal, Ragnar. Mot nye heimland. Utvandringa fra Hjørundfjord, Vartdal og Orsta. ørsta, Norway, 1985. 688 pp.
An article based on this study appeared in Norwegian-American Studies, 29 (1983), as “Emigration from a Fjord District on Norway’s West Coast, 1852-1915.”
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

STANDY, R. O. Fra Valdres til Amerika; en skildring av pionerliver på Nordvestens prerier. Samband, 10:100-104 (December, 1935).
Standy depicts pioneer life as he found it in the Dakotas and Minnesota from the time he immigrated in 1882 to the present time.
Volume 9, 1936

STANFORD, DEREK. Thorstein Veblen (1857-1929). Norseman, 16:120-124 (March-April, 1958).
Volume 20, 1959

Stang, Cæciie. “Med fattighjelp til USA.” Heimen, 2: 104-110 (1990).
With poor relief to the United States.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Stang, Cæcilie. “‘ - at vi for eftertiden det bedre kan faa’: utvandringen fra Stange til Amerika 1848-1896.” Gammalt frå Stange og Romedal, 1987: 109- 120.
". . . . so that we can have things better after a while.” The emigration from Stange to America, 1848-1896.
Volume 33, 1992 (article)

Stang, Cæcilie. “Mønstringsprotokoller som kilde til utvandringshistorien.” Heimen, 24, 2: 96-100 (1987).
Patterns of enlistment and occupation among Norwegian seamen which give insight into emigration history.
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

Stang, Cæcilie. “Utvandring og arbeidsvandring fra Feda til USA ca. 1850-1950.” Årsskrift. Agder historielag, 62: 52-59 (1986).
Volume 32, 1989 (article)

STANGERUP, HAKON. Amerika og kulturen. Copenhagen, 1954.
A Danish literary historian discusses contemporary American cultural and social developments. The last two chapters deal with the status and future of Scandinavian culture in the United States.
Volume 19, 1956

STANLEY, WISCONSIN
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church: 80 Years of God’s Grace, 1885-1965. 30 p.
Volume 24, 1970 (history of congregation)

Stark, Bill. Pine Lake. Nashotah, Wisconsin, 1990. 268 pp.
A history of Pine Lake, the first permanent Swedish settlement in Wisconsin, settled in the fall of 1841 by a band led by Gustaf Unonius. Earlier editions appeared in 1952 and 1971.
Volume 33, 1992 (book or pamphlet)

Stark, Tuula. “Interpreting the Past: An American-Scandinavian Festival in California.” UCLA, 1991. 344 pp. Dissertation.
Volume 34, 1995 (thesis or dissertation)

STECHE, THEODOR. Die Normannischen fahrten nach Winland und ihre nachwirkungen. Zeitschrift füt deutsche philologie, 60:121-173 (1935).
The Norse journeys to Vinland and their results.
Volume 10, 1938

STECHER, MARIANNE T. Danish Settlement in Fresno County, California: An Example of Acculturation to a Foreign Environment, 1880-1930. The Bridge, 4: 8-21(1981).
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Steele, M. A. Knute Rockne: A Bio-Bibliography. Westport, Connecticut, 1983. xii, 318 pp.
Volume 31, 1986 (book or pamphlet)

STEEN, RAGNA. Pioneer Days in Bardo, Alberta, including Sketches of Early Surrounding Settlements, by Ragna Steen and Magda Hendrickson. Tofield, Alberta, 1944. 228 p.
The colony was established in 1894 by settlers from Crookston, Minnesota.
Volume 16 1950

STEEN, ROALD. "Han leder verdens største varehus." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 10-11 (1, 1984).
Archibald Boe, the son of Norwegian immigrants, is president of the Sears-Roebuck Company, "the world's largest department store."
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

STEEN, ROALD. "Hjalmar Olsen og hans sønner." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 96-99 (3, 1982).
Hjalmar Olsen and his five sons served with distinction in the United States Navy.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

STEEN, ROALD. "Ivar Giaever og 'tunnel-effekten'." Nord-manns-Forbundet, 151-153 (5/6, 1983).
Ivar Giaever emigrated from Norway in 1954 and eventually became connected with General Electric laboratories. In 1973 he shared the Nobel prize for physics.
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

STEEN, ROALD. "They Came from Norway: Immigrant Senators and Governors." The Norseman, 8-12 (1, 1982).
Volume 30, 1985 (article)

Steen, Roald. “John Hanson i Forest City.” Nordmanns-Forbundet, 104-105 (4, 1984).
The story of the man who founded the Winnebago industry.
Volume 31, 1986 (article)

STEEN, ROALD. Da guvernørvalget sto mellom to nordmenn. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 76: 202-203 (1981).
In 1896 two Norwegian immigrants, Andrew Lee (Populist) and Amund Ringsrud (Republican), were rival candidates for the governorship of South Dakota.
Volume 29, 1983 (article)

Steen, Roald. Not so far from home: a Norwegian correspondent in the Midwest. Minot, N.D.: North American Heritage Press, 1993. 227 pp.; ill. Selected articles originally printed in Norway times.
Volume 35, 2000 (book)

STEENERSON, ELIAS. Memoirs of Pioneer Days. n.p., [1939]. [41 p.] Mimeo.
Reminiscences of a Minnesota resident, a brother of a former congressman from Minnesota, Halvor Steenerson.
Volume 14, 1944

Steensland, Halle. “Recollections from my Journey to America and my First Years in America.” Translated by Odd S. Lovoll. Norwegian-American Studies, 33 (1992), 235-242.
Volume 34, 1995 (article)

STEENSMA, ROBERT, Rølvaag and Turner’s Frontier Thesis. North Dakota Quarterly, 27:100-104 (Autumn, 1959).
The author aims to show the relationship between Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth and Turner’s frontier thesis.
Volume 21, 1962

STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR. Discovery: The Autobiography of Vilhjalmur Stefansson. New York, 1964. 411 p.
Volume 23, 1967 (book or pamphlet)

STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR. Great Adventures and Explorations from the Earliest Times to the Present. New York, 1947. 788 p.
Volume 16 1950

Stegner, Wallace and Etulaine, R. W. Conversations with Wallace Stegner on Western History and Literature. Salt Lake City, 198