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Sehr empfehlenswert. Der Geschmack ist einfach unglaublich zart und saftig. Besser und leckere geht es nicht. Die Galloways leben in einem Paradies und sind glückliche Rinder.
Man ist immer herzlich Willkommen auf dem Hof. Ich bin begeistert von den ruhigen und ausgeglichen Rindern. Frau Plate kennt alle ihre Galloways und kann zu jedem Galloway eine kleine Geschichte erzählen.
Ich hole das Fleisch auf dem Hof ab und es immer wieder ein schönes Erlebnis. Super zart und saftig.
Auf dem Hof ist kein Tag gleich. Jeden Tag gibt es etwas Neues, spannendes zu entdecken. Wir teilen nicht nur unser leckeres Galloway-Fleisch, sondern auch unseren Alltag.
Zu den Galloway-Fleischpaketen. Direkt vom Bauernhof Wir zeigen Gesicht! Kuh teilen Bye, bye Lebensmittelverschwendung! Tjark M.
Birgit K. Margitta A. Nils A. Folge der Galloway-Herde auf Facebook. He wrote and published poems in Norwegian and English, often meant to be sung to familiar tunes, and tracts expressing his socialist beliefs.
The story begins with her childhood in Wisconsin, the trek to the Red River Valley country in , her short stay at Fort Lincoln and her acquaintance with General Custer.
The chief emphasis is on her life as wife and mother on a Trail County farm and in the towns of Hillsboro and Mayville. Tributes, clippings, information about honors and decorations, and photos of the Norwegian-born aviator and polar explorer who became world-renowned for his career which included rescue missions, trans-Atlantic flights, South Pole expeditions with Byrd and with Ellsworth, and service in World War II to the Scandinavian countries.
He came to the U. A sermon preached in Minneapolis by the visiting Norwegian bishop and church historian.
Blom in A journalist, author, and public official, Barton wrote extensively about early Wisconsin pioneers, often in his column in the Madison Capital Times.
Papers of a Norwegian-born poet and register of deeds in Carlton County, Minnesota: poems, letters, clippings, and three scrapbooks containing newspaper articles by Baumann, responses to his articles, and discussions on NorwegianAmerican literature by a variety of authors.
Quales: Physician and Leader in the Norwegian community of Chicago. Correspondence, clippings, and pamphlets of an Icelandic-born professor of Scandinavian languages and literature at the University of North Dakota.
ESSAY, Translation of a poetic memoir 4 typescript pages written in by an emigrant from Slidre, Valdres, who came to Winneshiek County, Iowa, in and later moved west.
The memoir is supplemented by an account of his later years written by a granddaughter. Olaf College, P 16 Letters to a Norwegian-born farmer at Sunburgh, Minnesota.
Correspondents include Johannes Halvorson, Bjug A. Harstad, and Johannes Tingelstad. Copy of a letter written by a student at St.
Berge, He served in the 37th Wisconsin Regiment during the Civil War. These memoirs were published in Decorah-Posten in , August 9 and POEMS, A manuscript volume of four poems about emigration to America.
Bergh taught at Luther College. Papers of a Norwegian-born farmer at Manitowoc, Wisconsin: Civil War letters by Berge, other correspondence, and a poem.
A collection of 52 notebooks 3, pages , which constitute the daily records of a woman from Surnadal who emigrated to the U.
The first diaries are written in Norwegian, but beginning in are in English. They are quite introspective, covering her thoughts and her personal and family life.
There are accounts of the Atlantic crossing and of an attempt at homesteading. The diaries were discovered by her son Joseph Bergeim b.
Papers of an artist born in Valdres who worked in Decorah, Portland, and Minneapolis. Two catalogs about and include reproductions of portraits, landscapes, and altar pieces.
Berger painted many portraits of church, academic, and political leaders. Johannes E. Bergh, who lived at Sacred Heart, Minnesota Articles, lectures, and addresses by a Lutheran clergyman and church historian.
Translated by his son John E. Bergh in , 81 typescript pages. Bergland, a former Minnesota congressman, was Secretary of Agriculture at this time.
Melius Christiansen , General information, reports, and photographs of a paper manufacturing firm founded by Dedrick W.
Bergstrom, who came to Menasha at age five with his parents from Christiania now Oslo. He became a blacksmith, and later operated a stove works.
He bought the local Winnebago Paper Mills in , which is now the Bergstrom Paper Company, a producer of fine printing and writing papers from recycled material.
Documents, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and a scrapbook of a Norwegian-born attorney who came to the United States in and began service with the Norwegian Consulate in Chicago in He was appointed Consul General in and held that post until his death in Clippings, consisting of an account of an emigrant journey in from Bergen to Lee County, Illinois; poems and memorial tributes to friends, most of which were published in Visergutten and in Lutheraneren.
Berven, a native of Hardanger, moved from Illinois to Radcliffe, Iowa, in , where he was a farmer. Part of his written work was compiled in Reisebreve og Digte, Radcliffe, Iowa, Catalogs, correspondence, and reports concerning a Lutheran secondary school located first in Poulsbo and later in Everett , Washington, under the auspices of the Lutheran Free Church.
Bulletins and catalog of a school at Mankato, Minnesota, founded in as a Lutheran school for young women under the Synodical Conference, but in transferred to a group of ministers and laymen of the Norwegian Synod to provide a college for their synod.
Biographical notes and other data about an immigrant from Stavanger who came to Chicago in and became a commercial portrait artist, working with other 19 Chicago artists.
Catalogue of an institution founded by the Norwegian Evangelical Free Church in in Rushford, Minnesota, and moved to Minneapolis in Also an advertisement for its 22nd school year, October 1, Reports regarding several Bible schools in Minnesota and North Dakota.
Estimated , entries. The file was begun in by Andrew A. Rowberg , a Northfield, Minnesota, journalist. He gleaned Norwegian-American newspapers and a selection of papers printed in the English language for articles giving information on Norwegians, feature stories or articles treating promotions, honors, tributes, weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, and obituaries.
The shorter articles are mounted on 3x5 cards and the longer ones are found in scrapbooks. Each entry cites source and date of publication.
A large portion of the entries are obituaries. In most cases they provide data on geographic origin in Norway; give dates of birth, of marriage, and of emigration; cite names of parents, siblings, and children; and tell of settlement, occupation, and church affiliation.
The file has proved valuable not only as a general reference but also to family historians. The file has in recent years been much expanded through the efforts of Orville Bakken and his committee.
Scrapbook of clippings, programs of musical, dramatic, and other entertainment activities in Chicago Biorn, a versatile musician and artist, was a cultural leader among Scandinavians in Chicago.
Rasmussen, en livsskitse , pages. Translation by Boral B. Bjorn of two pamphlets published in and Kan en kristen staa udenfor menigheten?
Poem: Paa Foreningsdagen, , 1 page. A biography of L. Papers of a Norwegian-born physician who established a clinic and sanitarium in Minneapolis.
Letters from family and friends to a Norwegian emigrant from Sunnfjord to Michigan, He was a farmer at Benona, Oceana County, Michigan.
Later letters address him as Charles Burke. Six pages of notes on family history are included. Several articles and reviews are also included.
Correspondence, clippings, essays, papers, personal reminiscences, centenary observance, and commentary on his lecture tour in the Midwest.
Pamphlet, 32 pages. Tidens saerlige krav til den lutherske kirke, an address presented at the Northern Minnesota District Convention.
Olaf College radio station, October, Correspondence, book reviews, speeches, offprints of articles, personal financial papers of a professor of history at St.
A compilation of Norwegian folk songs, religious and secular, in English, compiled by the minister of the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church in Chicago for use on informal occasions.
Newspaper items and some correspondence collected by a Norwegian American who lived in Minneapolis and had a varied career as a journalist, educator, federal government officer, and public relations officer for U.
The clippings cover his interests in Norwegian-American activities. Olaf College. Manuscripts, correspondence, research notes, and articles of a Norwegian-born American engineer, who came to the United States in and who founded and was president of Technical Laboratories in Weehawken, New Jersey.
A leader in many Norwegian-American activities, he also did considerable research on the Norwegian discovery of America.
He was president of NAHA Copy of Governor L. Articles, notes, and statistics on the history of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, by a professor of Romance languages at that college.
The file also includes a collection of articles and pieces translated by Blegen, and a biographical statement about him by Arthur Huseboe in Minnesota Posten, September 9, Blegen, historian, 22 educator, and editor of the NAHA publications The letters are to Mrs.
Helen Katz, his editorial assistant. Blessum, a Chicago businessman and for a time Clerk of Cook County Court, was present at these events.
He was a son of Ben Blessum, the Norwegian-American painter. A catalogue and reports of a secondary school in Bode, Iowa, established in by the local congregation, and in continued by interested individuals until BOE, A.
Correspondence, articles, pamphlets, and clippings. Articles, pamphlets, clippings, scrapbooks, and pictures dealing largely with biography.
Boe was the fourth president of St. The two scrapbooks were compiled by his sister, A. Sophie Boe. The main collection of L.
Boe Papers is in the St. Olaf College Archives. Boe was the father of L. The correspondence, consisting largely of letters to Boe written by clergy, laity, and relatives, describes economic, social, and church conditions especially in Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, and Wisconsin; provides information regarding problems connected with Marshall Academy and Augsburg Seminary; and discusses topics currently under discussion in the church.
Boe was minister in Finley for 30 years. Clippings, photos, and exhibition descriptions of a Norwegian-born artist who came to the United States in He painted portraits, landscapes, and religious subjects.
The papers were collected in connection with an exhibition of Boeckmann paintings at the Hennepin County Government Center October , under the sponsorship of the Richfield, Minnesota, Bicentennial Commission.
Transcript of an article in a Fergus Falls newspaper, several newspaper articles, a photograph and a 2-page chronology. He bought land in Ottertail County in , became active in local politics, and was elected to the U.
House of Representatives as a member of the Populist Party. After leaving Congress he published and edited the Fergus Globe and, according to his son, was connected with Rodhuggeren, also published in Fergus Falls, Minnesota.
Lowell J. A letter from a La Crosse, Wisconsin, woman who emigrated from Norway in the s, to a niece who apparently was a Chicago school teacher.
An English translation of the letter and information about the writer and her family are included.
Clippings, photographs, correspondence, and genealogical records of a native of Drammen who emigrated to Racine, Wisconsin, in , but who returned to Norway in Correspondence, photographs, programs and clippings of a society organized in Brooklyn in Olaf College student.
Papers of a professor of education at St. Some material concerns his work as superintendent of schools in Goodhue County, Minnesota, and with the Minnesota State Board of Education, on which he served 28 years.
Letters, documents, photos, and other items of an emigrant from the Lofoten Islands, who came to Chicago in ; here he enlisted and served on the Mississippi River during the Civil War, after which he sailed on the Great Lakes for about three years.
He came to Granite Falls, Minnesota, in , where he held office as county auditor and postmaster. He was appointed to a consular post in Christiania now Oslo in , a position he held until his death.
Most of the 25 material concerns his work as consul. Papers of a Norwegian-born Lutheran clergyman, consisting of correspondence, clippings, photographs, and a family history.
Some s letters are from the Morrisonville, Wisconsin, area. Clippings consist of articles about pioneer life in the Volga, South Dakota, area in the s.
References are made to H. Preus and U. Clippings, programs, and speeches regarding the Norwegian-American agricultural scientist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Borlaug was born on a farm near Cresco, Iowa, and was educated at the University of Minnesota.
Biographical miscellany, articles, poems, and stories of a Norwegian-born novelist, poet, essayist, and teacher. He wrote extensively for the leading journals and his first and perhaps best-known novel was Gunnar.
Pastor A. Boyums biografi, skrevet av ham selv 32 pages, , and translation in a history of the Arendahl congregation , pages A photocopy and translation of a diary kept during , recording everyday events in home, church, and community.
The last entry tells of the death of his wife. Boyum emigrated from Balestrand, Sogn, in , was ordained in the Eielson Synod in , and served the Arendahl Congregation at Petersen, Minnesota, from to He was president of the Hauge Synod from to Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, minutes, records of a St.
She was also an officer in the group which administered Lyngblomsten Home for the Aged in St. The papers include some of these records.
Records of a Blanchardville, Wisconsin, cheese factory from its founding in until it discontinued operations in A newspaper clipping provides a sketch of the company.
Memoirs of a Norwegian-born Lutheran clergyman who emigrated in to a parish at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. The memoirs deal largely with his travels as a home missionary in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Brandt was the first Norwegian minister to preach west of the Mississippi River. The memoirs were transcribed by Adolf Bredesen in and first published in Symra They were republished in Decorah Posten in , and in an English translation in Decorah Journal in Articles of a Norwegian-born clergyman.
The Bennett-Law, passed in , required school attendence of children from 7 to 14 years of age in Wisconsin. The stipulation that instruction be in English was opposed by supporters of the parochial schools.
Article on Herman Amberg Preus Decorah Posten, March 20, ; reprint of an article which appeared in Symra, volume 6, , pages She studied art in Minneapolis and in married Carl Raugland who ran a music store and composed and published music.
Sara Raugland is reputed to have made between and altar pieces. She ceased painting after the death of her husband in The painting under special treatment is a copy of 27 one done by Bernhard Plockurst The collection includes related newspaper clippings, For three songs by Carl Raugland see P , box 2.
Copies of newspaper items concerning a Norwegian-born violin maker. He served first as an apprentice in Chicago before moving to Milwaukee where he operated his own shop until he retired in An unpaged book of handwritten sermon notes by a Norwegian-born Lutheran clergyman.
The Brisvolds lived at Greenlake, Wisconsin. A clipping reporting a similar lecture held in Minneapolis is included. Lien, Hanska, Minnesota.
Translation of letters to relatives in Norway written by an immigrant. Some letters were addressed to a brother, Richard, who emigrated in Papers include biographical notes.
Letters, postcard messages, an autobiography of Christoph Preysz and a Hendrickson family history, all of which relate to Mrs.
Brown, a Kenilworth, Illinois, resident. Correspondence, reports, clippings, and photographs of a Norwegian-born Lutheran clergyman, theological professor, author, editor, and lecturer.
He was editor of several religious periodicals, a contributor to newspapers and magazines, and the author of several books on social and educational subjects.
Correspondence regarding bygdelag affairs has been transferred to the Bygdelagene Papers. Catalogues, constitution, correspondence, and reports of a Lutheran school located at Portland, North Dakota , and a history of the school by Theodore Gilbertson, one of its graduates.
Clippings of reviews and other papers concerning a poet born in Naustdal, Sunnfjord, Norway. He emigrated in and settled in Tacoma, Washington, where he engaged in various kinds of work, some of the time as a house-painter.
His volumes of nynorsk poems, published in Oslo by Det Norske Samlaget, have been well received. Five volumes of poetry and one novel are in the library collection.
After the war he worked for the Hanford Atomic Energy Works, and from to his retirement in with the Atomic Energy Commission.
Translated by Alvon Nelson with an introduction by Kaare Sveen. Scrapbook of clippings from American and Norwegian newspapers compiled by a schoolteacher and nurse from Coon Valley and La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Among the items are a poem by Kristofer Janson, O. The sources of the clippings are not given; last noted date is Correspondence, clippings, and speeches.
Most of the letters are by Bu and his wife to his parents in Gudbrandsdalen, Norway, dealing with his student days in Christiania, their emigration in , and life in Ostrander, Minnesota, where Bu was a Lutheran minister The clippings contain reminiscences.
The speeches deal with Norwegian heritage. An item on his son Hagbarth Bue published is included. Some of her poems were set to music, of which several are found in the collection.
Includes a page pamphlet entitled Stevne minne; Dikte. Kristine Leander , pages Norstad was the son of the Reverend Martin Norstad, who served St.
Lauris Norstad graduated from West Point in He rose to be Commander in Chief for U. He became an executive of Owens Corning Fiberglass Corporation when he retired from military service.
Photographs and 7 newspaper clippings are included. The original is in the University of Oslo Library. Article consists of translated excerpts from H.
Copy of a letter announcing the death of the first Norwegian-born American to be appointed to West Point Military Academy. The appointment was from Douglas County, Minnesota, in His parents had come from Odnes, Sogn.
Bugge held many posts in the United States Army. He was Commandant of Cadets at West Point at the time of his death. A copybook of letters written by Storm Bull, a Norwegian-born, Swiss-educated engineer, who came to Madison, Wisconsin, in , where his uncle, the violinist Ole Bull, had lived earlier.
The letters deal with University affairs. Letters, notes, poems, manuscripts, reports, speeches, reviews, clippings, and biographical miscellany of a Norwegian-born author, poet, journalist, legislator, and merchant in Northland, Wisconsin.
The letters by Buslett are to his wife and Waldemar Ager. Among the papers are a review of O. The collection contains letters from significant Norwegian-American authors and journalists of the day, among them R.
Anderson, B. Hervin, H. Holand, P. Bjork, NAHA, The copy was made by Iver J. Jaastad in Copies of articles by a Chicago woman about her Norwegian grandmother, Anne Andersen; about a settlement at Lake Lillian, Minnesota; and assorted family related papers.
Papers of bygd societies and their Common Council Bygdelagenes Fellesraad , clippings, constitutions, correspondence, minutes and financial records, pamphlets, 32 pictures, programs, and reports, dealing with conventions, officers, special projects, and the Norse-American Centennial of The bygdelag, organized around the turn of the century, are societies based on regional origins in Norway.
While activity dropped off after the beginning of World War II, a revival began in the s as a result of renewal of ethnic interest, and with emphasis on family history.
Arrangement is alphabetical. Odd S. Commercial, church, and school calendars. Articles from two Norwegian newspapers about Norwegians emigrating to California in the s.
One includes a letter from San Francisco. Correspondence, pamphlets, publications, pictures, reports, minutes, albums, ledgers, journals, publicity, lectures, and clippings of a nation-wide association organized in Minneapolis in September of to raise funds to aid Norway and Norwegian nationals in Canada and in the United States.
Beginning in the Association coordinated its activities with American Relief for Norway. Activities of the Association and related groups are described by A.
Rygg in American Relief for Norway Constitution, minutes, historical sketches, anniversary booklets, and correspondence of a camp located on Otter Tail Lake in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, made up of summer cottages owned mainly by ministers.
The original site, purchased in , was expanded later. Camp Nidaros, together with three other similar camps, organized the Lutheran Camp Service Association.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, newsletters, lists of members and officers, etc. Donated by Marion Nelson and Christian K.
Now called Augustana University College. Canuteson wrote several articles on the Kendall settlement which were printed in Norwegian-Amercan Studies, volumes 18, 25, and 27 , , In Norway Carlson was known as Kristoffer Stensrud.
Maude Reynolds. Also, 5 photo albums to accompany the four family histories she published which are in the library collection.
Book catalogues issued by Scandinavian-American publishers and bookstores. Carlin in The War of the Rebellion, volume 20, , pages Della Catuna is a grandniece of the Dokken brothers.
Many are lists prepared by Gerhard Naeseth now in the Vesterheim Genealogical Center in Madison, Wisconsin, but lists from many other sources are included.
The Rice County listings by John Dalby microfiche , for example, records burials through in 69 Minnesota places. Financial records, minutes of the board of trustees, student year books and journals, pictures, programs, and catalogs of a Lutheran academy founded at Scandinavia in Waupaca County, Wisconsin in , which became a junior college in The file includes a historical sketch of the community.
Emigration papers, a Norwegian-American Steamship Line passenger contract, marriage and confirmation certificates, and a bounty land deed.
Biographical sketch of Minnesota-born Vilhelm Magnus and his discoveries in the field of medicine. The papers cover topics like artists, authors and poets, feminists, medical care, and general history.
Reports and miscellaneous papers of an organization serving seamen from all 35 countries who come to the Port of Chicago.
Interested Chicagoans of Norwegian descent have been prominent in the administration of the Center. Papers include general information, charter and by-laws, reports, board minutes, and correspondence.
Brochures, catalogs, correspondence, and reports of a school founded in Minutes, yearbook, membership lists, and correspondence of a technical society organized in Chicago in Clippings and notes that give biographical information about a Minnesota artist.
Some of her paintings are of Lofoten, Norway, where her mother was born. Proclamations by the King concerning disease and minerals.
The work includes both known and lesser-known personages. Articles, clippings, certificates, Confederate money, correspondence, pamphlets, maps, pictures, and rosters about Norwegians who participated in the Civil War.
Derwood Johnson contributed information about nearly who served on the Confederate side, with copies of muster rolls from the National Archives and Texas State Archives.
Wally Toensing contributed a list 31 pages of over who served in the Minnesota units. One folder about the 15th Wisconsin Regiment, 3 folders of rosters and profiles of soldiers of that regiment, one folder of profiles of 36 Norwegians who served in other units.
There are folders of letters and documents concerning more than a dozen individual veterans. Articles and a genealogical chart concerning Clausen himself and his ancestry in Drangedal, Telemark.
Two folders of correspondence, mainly from Magnus Wefald Clausen, a professor of history, wrote, translated, and edited extensively for NAHA.
An emigration diary, church book, letters, and photographs of a Danish-born Lutheran clergyman, and articles on Clausen and his family.
Clausen served congregations in Racine and Rock counties, Wisconsin, before moving to Iowa, and the church book he kept, , is included with letters of call , , The institute was established in Cleven served as minister of the American Lutheran Church in Oslo for many years.
Initially the Minneapolis Tidende clipping file. A card index identifies the location numbered envelopes for each entry. Carl G. Hanson, editor of Minneapolis Tidende from to , continued to maintain the file into the early s.
The file includes clippings from many sources. Bulletins, photographs, and reports of an Everett, Washington, academy founded 37 in Brochures, catalogues, clippings, journals, programs, reports, and history of a Lutheran College, Moorhead, Minnesota, founded in Clippings, brochures, songbook about the summer language camp.
Printed and typescript histories, constitutions, programs, yearbooks, and records of some Norwegian-American churches, filed alphabetically by state and city or county.
Copy of an excerpt from a history of the U. Photographs and documents by and about various members of the Daae Doe family.
Anders Doe emigrated in and became a prominent Chicago doctor. His brother Ivar was a Chicago furniture manufacturer. Most of the collection consists of clippings of articles by Austen Daae who at one time was editor of Scandia which appeared in the Chicago press Articles, brochures, poems of and studies about a writer, lecturer, and teacher.
Copies of miscellaneous information about, and of articles and stories by Dahl, a Norwegian-born author who came to America at the age of two.
She wrote several 38 books and a number of short stories published in the Norwegian-American press.
The file includes photocopies of her letters to and from literary personalities like Waldemar Ager, Simon Johnson. Selnes, and others.
Covers ancestry and childhood in Vest-Agder, Norway, emigration to Wisconsin in , and subsequent events in the life of a farmer and business man who lived in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.
Appended notes are dated March 30, The reminiscences were recorded by Valborg Dahl, a daughter. OLE b. An emigration document and letters to Mrs.
Clippings, programs, photographs, and articles about a leader in the development of church music among Norwegian Americans.
Dahle emigrated in , and was an organist, composer, choir director, and music educator, teaching at church colleges, and serving as professor of hymnology at Luther Theological Seminary.
A biographical sketch 34 typescript pages by Nell Marie Hoyem is included as well as duplicate copies of music and of music periodicals which are included in the NAHA book collection.
One of the Least, a page biography of a Norwegian-American woman from Aitkin, Minnesota, who became a Lutheran missionary teacher at Manasoa, Madagascar.
Includes a portrait of Dahle and a photograph of her grave in Madagascar. Correspondence, brochures, journals, and reports of a Minot, North Dakota, school Booklet describing the operations of a direct shipping line from Copenhagen to New York, whose stated purpose was to assure passengers sailing from and to Scandinavia an inexpensive, convenient, and comfortable journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
Ingri is a native of Norway; Edgar is Swiss-born. They live at Wilton, Connecticut. Three newspaper clippings are included A journal published by a secondary school founded by John Breckenridge in in Decorah, Iowa.
The school also offered teacher training and business courses. DEED, A legal document on sheepskin and a transcript of same, regarding conveyance of property in Norway.
DAHL b. An unidentified diary dealing largely with search for work in Brooklyn, New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. A pictorial record of a remarkable athlete, a daughter of Norwegian-American parents.
A biographical sketch that records her many athletic achievements is included. Papers and articles by and about a Norwegian-born librarian who served as Chief of the Division of Cataloging in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.
Includes newspaper clippings and a page Dieserud letter to C. Hansen, July 3, For other articles by Dieserud see Symra, volume 1 Typescript copies of ten letters by a Norwegian-Lutheran clergyman published in Norwegian newspapers, describing his journey in to Wisconsin, his trips as itinerant minister to various Norwegian settlements, establishment of the Koshkonong congregations, doctrinal differences, plans for a seminary, and relations with the Mormons.
Clausen, Elling Eielsen, Laurits J. Reymert, John G. Smith, and Gustaf Unonius. After founding many congregations in Wisconsin, Dietrichson returned to Norway in He was opposed to emigration.
Memoirs of an emigrant who helped build a railway, the Grand Trunk Line in Canada, , edited by Reidar Djupedal and published in Jul i Nordfjord, The first account covers the trip across the Atlantic to a place near Kenora, Canada.
The next two sections treat life and working conditions on the railway in a new country. His collection was given to Luther College.
A biography and a memorial address concerning a Norwegian-American chemist who emigrated in , and who became chief of the technical research department of West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company in New York.
He held many patents in the cellulose industry. Olaf College senior. A student paper Luther College which seeks to disprove the existence of Norumbega, a Norwegian colony believed by some to have existed in the area of Boston about the year A compilation of Oswald B.
The letters cover the trip to California via New York and the Isthmus of Panama, opportunities for work in California, living conditions, wages, and prices.
After a few years Duxstad returned to Rock County, where he established a home and became a prosperous farmer.
The compiler has provided an introduction to the letters. Also includes a letter July 15, from C. Clausen, with transcription and translation.
Clippings, letters and other papers of a Chicago dentist and violinist who emigrated from Trondheim with his parents in After a fire there he returned to Chicago where he practiced dentistry until his retirement in He remained active as a musician, giving concerts and recitals.
Brief usually pages , heavily illustrated articles on many aspects of history and current situation of the Chippewa Valley region.
A biography, tributes, and a letter concerning a Norwegian-born engineer and Gary Steel Works employment manager.
Egeberg, a son who was an associate of General Douglas MacArthur. Articles, correspondence, clippings, and a 2-page biography of Eide by C.
Eide was a Norwegian-born teacher, missionary, author, and lecturer. He taught among the Eskimos on Little Diomede Island; was a missionary at Point Barrow, Alaska; promoted the establishment of industrial schools for Eskimos; donated his collection of Alaskan artifacts to the museum at Anchorage; and wrote three books on Alaska: New Stories from Eskimo Land, Blandt byttekone folket, and Drums of Diomede.
Britha, married to Ole Berhow, immigrated first to Illinois and then to Iowa in Carlsen; an Eielsen bibliography by Olaf M.
In he piloted the first mail plane in Alaska; in he served as pilot for the Hubert Wilkins Arctic Expedition from Point Barrow, Alaska, to Spitsbergen now Svalbard , a distance of 2, miles, and also for the Wilkins Antarctic expedition.
Both Eielson and Wilkins died in on a mercy mission in the Bering Straits, trying to rescue an icebound ship.
This mission is the subject of Robert J. His boyhood home is a museum. Articles, sermons, speeches, notebooks, and manuscripts of a Norwegian-born educator and theologian.
Immigration documents, and a bill of sale issued to a Norwegian-born Green County, Wisconsin, farmer, who emigrated from Leikanger, Sogn, in Military discharge, probate settlement, and other Norwegian legal documents.
Paper written by a St. Historical sketch of a Norwegian Lutheran church in Chicago Includes two maps showing location of churches founded at different periods.
A biographical sketch, farm contract, invoices, an account book, and photographs of a watchmaker, jeweler, and optician who lived at Lanesboro, Minnesota.
Correspondence and articles of a Norwegian-born farmer and mason, Platte, South Dakota, which discuss local church life, the snowstorm of , the depression in the s, and World War I.
References are made to Sven Oftedal, Theodor S. Reimestad, and Georg Sverdrup. The interview with the Norwegian hymn writer and translator took place at Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in August Gladfelter discussing Emigranten, an early Norwegian-American newspaper.
Open file. Mainly computer-produced records of emigration from localities in Norway, and often arranged in various ways: alphabetically, chronologically, by source, by destination, etc.
Includes some ship passenger lists. R H Biographical information and photographs concerning an immigrant from Kristiansand who came to Hoquiam, Washington, in Articles and clippings of a Norwegian-born Minnesota farmer.
The clippings are a series on local history that appeared in Sacred Heart News in The latter appeared in revised form in Minneapolis Tidende January 19, The third article, which appeared in Skandinaven January 1, , concerns the snowstorm of January 7, Engen attempts to get at the facts about an obscure pioneer and to correct erroneous statements that have been made about him.
A letter to an employee by a Norwegian-American businessman while on a world cruise. A park was also named in his honor.
The other documents in the file also concern the activities of the club. An article, letter by Erling N.
Rolfsruf, and photographs , relating to the Lutheran church for the deaf and the blind at Faribault, Minnesota. He writes about the pioneer lives of his parents and grandparents, his own education at St.
Ansgar Seminary in Iowa, his experiences as a teacher, and finally his life on a farm, beginning in , together with details about family and family events.
His account goes up to Tommeraasen papers, including correspondence and Norwegian military documents; a bibliography covering about items in his private library.
Articles, correspondence and other papers concerning the Circulation Services Librarian at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
A graduate of St. Olaf College and of the University of Wisconsin, Erickson has been involved the major Scandinavian activities in the Chicago area.
Some portions of the Erikson papers remain to be processed. He died of cancer at the peak of his career at age A published Erickson family history is in our books collection.
Copybook of accounts and letters addressed to G. Gundersen, Stavanger, from Thomas Erickson from various ports in Europe. Transferred from Newberry Library, Chicago Copies of 8 letters written from Faribault, Minnesota, to the Nels Jensen family of Hudson, Wisconsin, by an acquaintance and fellow immigrant from Mo i Rana.
Her letters tell of declining health, possibly tuberculosis. Nonetheless, she did not want to live in Norway again. Letters to Eriksen, farmer and merchant at Scandinavia, Wisconsin, from Lutheran 48 clergymen regarding theological disputes; from friends and relatives concerning agricultural profits and losses; and from Civil War soldiers.
The compilation volume contains typewritten copies of these letters, copies of documents, and a family history. Correspondents include O.
Duus, N. Ellestad, W. Frich, J. Krohn, A. Mikkelsen, and H. Alfred O. Eleven pages of handwritten recollections by a Norwegian-born pioneer housewife at Bear River, Minnesota, of her passage to America and of early pioneer days.
Deals largely with religious life, transportation, and communication. Also, a 5-page handwritten historical sketch of the origin of the Ladies Aid at Bear River, Minnesota, Lutheran congregation, and a photo of a yoke of oxen at work.
Photos and slides of paintings and a biography of an emigrant from Fana near Bergen, who came to Milwaukee in , and moved to Chicago in Newspaper accounts covering Free Church schools and annual meetings of that church body.
A copy of a translated diary of an Iowa farmer who came from Vang, Valdres, Norway, in Translated by Carl T. Evans, a great-grandson.
Clippings from Norwegian newspapers, August , about an immigrant farmer and writer who came to the United States in He began work as a lumberjack, but began farming near Kasson, Minnesota, in He was a self-educated farmerintellectual, who wrote solid and sensible essays, book reviews, and editorials in Norwegian-American journals and newspapers.
The clippings are mainly about his visit to Norway where he turned over to the University Library Oslo his 49 extensive collection of Norwegian-American literature.
The file includes some bibliographic notes and a list of books he donated to NAHA. Correspondence and articles of a Norwegian-born farmer of Portland, North Dakota, and Stanwood, Washington, dealing with church, farm, family, health, and patriotism.
Correspondents include Bjug Harstad and Johannes Tingelstad. Letter from a Freeborn County, Minnesota, farmer dealing with farm crops, the war, and church conditions.
Published in Drammens Tidende, December 3, The author reports on his trip to America to investigate living conditions among Norwegians.
He supports J. Dietrichson in his opposition to emigration. Pamphlet, 16 pages. Autographs written by students at Fitjar amtskole, Norway.
Pamphlets, programs, and reports of two Minneapolis hospitals founded in and by members of the United Norwegian Lutheran Church of America.
A statement published and edited by Falkberget in response to the recognition given him on his seventieth birthday. Manuscript, typescript, and printed accounts of Norwegian-American families.
Correspondence, documents, and manuscripts of an emigrant from Vega, Helgeland, who came to Canton, South Dakota, in He started out as a farmer but in attended the seminary at St.
The collection contains 40 letters from O. Both writers had been students of Miss Farseth, who taught at North High School, Minneapolis, and was active in cultural affairs in the Twin City area.
Eventually she established deaconess hospitals in Brooklyn and in Minneapolis. This account covers briefly her career in Norway and only her two first years in the United States.
He had been a teacher and a sea captain in Norway; in Brooklyn he established himself as a ship chandler and shipbuilder.
He was influential in the religious life of the community as a lay preacher and a Sunday School teacher.
Papers of a Lutheran clergyman , college professor and librarian : articles, clippings, correspondence, photographs, programs, reports, sermons, speeches, and a page typescript autobiography.
Among the photographs are several of eastern Dane County, Wisconsin, farm scenes and interiors as well as pictures of prominent Norwegian Americans and of St.
Copies of letters written by two immigrant brothers to their family in Norway, beginning with an account of their journey from Norway and later of their experiences as Minnesota farmers.
The later letters are from Ottertail County, Minnesota. A genealogical sketch prepared by a descendant of Anund is included.
The original letters were given to F. Minutes and financial records of a society organized to help support mission work in northern Norway.
A clipping and testimonials from noted violinists concerning a Norwegian violinist and teacher. Finney emigrated from Voss, Norway, in and studied at the American Conservatory of Music and at the Chicago Musical College before he established his own studios in Chicago.
Certificates of bounty land grants, land purchases, warranty deeds for land acquired in Goodhue County, Minnesota, by members of the Finseth family, , and a diploma from the Goodhue County schools, A biographical sketch and family history written by Sofie Reid about Finwall, a Baptist minister, who came to Chicago from Bergen in He was graduated from the Baptist Seminary in Morgan Park in After serving various parishes in the Midwest and in Seattle, he returned to Chicago and built the Logan Square Baptist Church, where he was the first minister.
His final years were spent in California. He was converted at the Bethelship Methodist Church in Brooklyn, New York, in , and left his ship because of illness.
After serving a parish at Norway, La Salle County, Illinois, he became principal of the Seminary he had attended and served until it closed in He retired in The autobiography ends with He emigrated to the United States in and attended the medical school at the University of Minnesota, He began to practice medicine in , first at Martell, Minnesota, and later moved successively to Abercrombie, Fargo, and Rolla, North Dakota.
Fjelde came from a gifted family. A sister, Pauline , was a painter and needlework artist, who had studied in France mastering the art of Gobelin tapestry weaving.
Her most famous work is a Hiawatha tapestry. More information about the family is scattered throughout the collection, mainly in the scrapbooks.
Fjelstad was a Lutheran clergyman. Ole H. He tells stories in the Valdres dialect as used by Norwegian Americans in the Goodhue County, Minnesota, settlement where he grew up.
Fleischer was the purchasing engineer for the Norwegian HydroElectric Company. Papers of a prominent member of the Norwegian colony in Chicago.
In she married Lars Fletre, a Norwegian sculptor who had earlier lived in Chicago. They moved to Chicago with their three children in , where they became active in the many Norwegian groups which were flourishing at the time, notably DeLiSa Det literaer Samfund , Nordmanns Forbundet, Norwegian National League, and others.
She served on the Sesquicentennial Commission, was co-editor of From Fjord to Prairie, for which together with other services she was awarded the Medal of St.
Olaf in She was a familiar figure at symposiums and conferences where she presented papers dealing with Norwegian cultural life in Chicago.
Lovoll, published by NAHA in Tributes to a sculptor who came from Voss, Norway, to Chicago in He returned to Norway in , but came back to Chicago in Offprints of 42 articles and reviews published in The Journal of English and German Philology and other journals by a distinguished Norwegian-American philologist.
He received the Ph. He was also an associate editor of the Journal of English and Germanic Philology. Clippings , a brief biography, perhaps by C.
Hansen, and a letter from Flom to Hansen, May 23, Articles, clippings, poems, records, and scrapbooks of a Norwegian-born farmer 55 and writer.
Dahl and Niels Chr. Flugum, written by Flugum. A scrapbook of clippings from Amerika contains letters concerning the Boer War and recent Norwegian literature.
The Lutheran church record book contains rosters of members and cites their yearly contributions to the Winnebago, Fertile, West Prairie, North Prairie, Ellington Prairie, and Lake Mills congregations Correspondence and reports concerning membership, dues, dinner meetings, recordings of folksongs, and publication of a Midwest folklore journal.
The foundation, organized in about , flourished for a decade. Correspondence, photographs, tributes, and research notes of the curator of the NAHA Archives from to Correspondence of a Norwegian-born Dane County, Wisconsin, farmer.
Reports to Norwegian immigrants concerning United States immigration laws, naturalization process, suffrage, legal and property rights, labor laws, agriculture, education, and languages.
The account is based on America letters written by the above named men. Ole Hansen Rustande came to Muskego in and followed C.
Clausen to St. Ansgar, Iowa, in Fosholt was a grandson of Ole the Younger.
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