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Dedicated to locating, collecting, preserving, and interpreting the Norwegian-American experience

The Norwegian-American Historical Association, with an archive of more than 2,200 collections, is a national center for the collection and preservation of historical material. Through its publications and events, NAHA aims to interpret the Norwegian-American experience based on a historical past, as well as its relevance to current migration and ethnic cultural encounters.

The NAHA Archives are currently closed to the public. For questions regarding research or donation of archival material, contact or call 507-786-3450. For all other questions, contact or call 507-786-3221.

Member Events
Our spring event, "New Directions in Migration Research" with Terje Mikael Hasle Joranger, director of the Norwegian Emigration Museum, was rescheduled as an online presentation. If you missed it, you can still enjoy this video of the event.

2020 Biennial Meeting
Join us for our biennial meeting, which will be held online on Saturday, Oct. 24. Erika K. Jackson, associate professor of history from Colorado Mesa University, will present "Becoming White: The Case of Scandinavians in Chicago." A brief business meeting will follow for members. More details and registration will be availble by Oct. 1.

Learn more about NAHA by reading our 2020-22 strategic plan or checking out our most recent annual report.

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