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ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. The Salt of the Earth: A History of Norwegian- Danish Methodism in America. Nashville, Tennessee, 1962. 338 p.

Baalson Centennial 1861—1961. Glenwood, Minnesota. 38 p.

History of a Norwegian-American family group.

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.

BIRKELAND, TORGER. Echoes of Puget Sound: Fifty Years of Logging and Steamboating. Caldwell, Idaho, 1960. 251 p.

Reviewed in Pacific Northwest Quarterly, October, 1961.

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. Minnesota: A History of the State. Minneapolis, 1968. 688 p.

Photographs and maps add to the value of this comprehensive history.

BOLAND, CHARLES MICHAEL. They All Discovered America. New York, 1961. 884 p.

A review of nineteen alleged discoveries of America before Columbus. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, June, 1962.

BORCHERT, JOHN R. A Quarter Century of Change in the Finland Community of Northeastern Minnesota. Duluth, 1960. 16 p.

A sociological study.

BRATRUD, OTTO. Beating to Windward: Afloat and Ashore. Seattle, 1961. 242 p. [211]

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

DAHL, BORCHILD. A Minnetonka Summer. New York, 1960. 125 p.

The story of a Norwegian family in Minnesota. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, September, 1961.

DAVIS, ELEANOR H. and CARL. Norwegian Labor in Hawaii: The Norse Immigrants. Honolulu, 1962. 89 p.

Early life on the sugar plantations.

DOWIE, JAMES IVERNE. Prairie Grass Dividing. Rock Island, Illinois, 1959. 262 p.

Swedish settlements in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska. [212]

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.

ENGBERG, EMMER, BERCENDOFF, CONRAD, and CARLSON, EDGAR M., ed. Centennial Essays, 1860—1960. Rock Island, 1960. 268 p.

Twelve articles honoring the Augustana Lutheran Church.

FOSS, HANS ANDERSON. The Cotter’s Son. Alexandria, Minnesota, 1963. 127 p.

A popular Norwegian-American novel, translated by Joel G. Winkjer.

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.

FRIIS, ERIK J. The American-Scandinavian Foundation 1910— 1960: A Brief History. New York, 1961. 135 p.

GARA, LARRY. A Short History of Wisconsin. Madison, 1962. 286 p.

GLASRUD, CLARENCE A. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Northfield, 1963. 245 p.

Study of a Norwegian-American author and scholar.

GLAZER, SIDNEY. The Middle West: A Study of Progress. New York, 1962. 135 p.

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.

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.

HANSEN, MARCUS LEE. The Atlantic Migration 1 607—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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

HOLTAN, GEORGE T. and C. CARL, and BRACKEY, AGNES. Holtan Family History. Forest City, Iowa, 1950. 86 p.

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.

International Summer School. Ambassador 1962. Oslo, 1960. 147 p.

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.

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.

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.

JONES, MALDWYN ALLEN. American Immigration. Chicago, 1960. 359 p.

The newcomer as both emigrant and immigrant. Reviewed in Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, July, 1963.

KNAPLUND, PAUL. Moorings Old and New: Entries in an Immigrant’s Log. Madison, 1963. 276 p. [214]

Autobiography of the late professor of British history at the University of Wisconsin. Reviewed in Norseman, Autumn, 1963.

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.

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.

LUND, DONIVER A. Gustavus Adolphus College: A Centennial History, 1862—1962. St. Peter, Minnesota, 1963. 216 p.

Reviewed in Minnesota History, December, 1963.

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.

Midboen Family Tree. N.p., n.d. 40 p.

Manuscript in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.

MOBERG, VILHELM. The Last Letter Home. New York, 1961. 883 p.

Last volume of a trilogy about the Swedish settlement in Chisago County, Minnesota. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1962.

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.

MORTENSEN, ENOK. Seventy-five Years at Danebod. Tyler, Minnesota, 1961. 103 p.

A Danish settlement in Minnesota. Reviewed in Minnesota History, March, 1962.

MOSE, H. EINAR. Dania Society of Chicago: The Centennial History, 1862—1962. Chicago, 1962. 84 p.

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.

Nansen. Fridtjof Nansen liv og gjerning. Oslo, 1961. 287 p. A collection of essays interpreting the career of a great Norwegian explorer and humanitarian. [215]

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.

NORBORG, SVERRE. 60 selsomne år. Oslo, 1962. 284 p.

Autobiography of a Norwegian-American pastor and theologian.

Nordisk Tidende, October 5, 1961.

A seventieth anniversary issue; it contains a history of this distinguished Brooklyn newspaper.

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Norwegian- American Studies, vol. 21. Northfield, 1962. 811 p.

The contents of this volume are listed individually in the section on articles.

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.

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.

OSTENSO, MARTHA. A Man Had Tall Sons. New York, 1958. 868 p.

Novel about a farm family. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, June, 1961.

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.

Pacific Coast Sognalag: Festkrift. Tacoma, 1962. 155 p.

Commemorating a fiftieth anniversary. Reviewed in Decorah-Posten, June 21, 1962.

POHL, FREDERICK J. Atlantic Crossings before Columbus. New York, 1961. 315 p.

Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, December, 1961.

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 cultural [216] life in the San Francisco area. Typescript; a copy is in the archives of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.

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.

SEWELL, WILLIAM H., and DAVIDSEN, OLUF M. Scandinavian Students on an American Campus. Minneapolis, 1961. 134 p.

Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1962.

SHIPPEN, KATHERINE. Leif Eriksson: First Voyager to America. New York, 1962. 150 p.

Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1968.

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.

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.

STRØMME, PEER. Halvor: A Story of Pioneer Youth. Decorah, Iowa, 1960. 236 p.

Peer Strømme’s popular Hvordan Halvor blev prest (How Halvor Became a Minister), translated and edited by Inga B. Norstog and David T. Nelson. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1962.

TURNGREN, ELLEN. Hearts Are the Fields. New York, 1961. 183 p.

A novel about a Swedish farm family in Minnesota in the early 1900’s. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Autumn, 1962.

WINGER, BARNEY. No Return Ticket. Ottumwa, Iowa, 1958. 55 p.

Biography of a packing-house engineer.


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

ALCORN, ROWENA L. and GORDON D. The Nylund Family, Pioneers of Old Ozette. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 53:151—156 (October, 1962). [217]

America letters. Første brev hjem. Hallingen, December, 1963. A letter written by Ole Jodock, Williston, North Dakota, May, 1890.

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

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

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

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.

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

BERG, GUNNAR. Inntrykk fra midt-vesten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:224 (October, 1963).

Impressions gained on a trip to Wisconsin and Minneapolis.

BERG, KNUT. Sven Skaar har bygget eget wild west museum i Nevada City. Nordisk Tidende, January 11, 1962.

BJORK, KENNETH O. A Covenant Folk, with Scandinavian Colorings. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:212—251 (1962).

Mormons of Scandinavian origin.

CALKIN, HOMER L. The Coming of the Foreigners. Palimpsest, 43:145—208 (April, 1962).

Includes an account of Scandinavian settlement in Iowa.

CHRISTENSEN, P. S. De skandinaviske aviser i øststatene. Nordisk Tidende, October 24, 1963.

Chronicle of the Norwegian press in the East, written in 1914.

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

DAVENPORT, STEPHEN A. The Delicate Seed of Understanding. Norseman, no. 2, p. 21 (1962).

The Oslo International Summer School.

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

Early Norse Settlements. Sons of Norway, 58:149 (August, 1961). [218]

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

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.

Emigrantfamilie som reiste tilbage til Norge. Decorah-Posten, March 7, 1963.

An immigrant family that returned to Norway.

ERICKSON, EDWARD. Rueslekten fra Hol. Hallingen, March, 1963.

A Halling family in America.

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.

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, TomÆrv. Prospecting in the North Wilderness. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 21—24 (July, 1960).

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.

FORDE, AGNES. Christmas in the Mid-West. Nordisk Tidende, December 21, 1961.

GIERE, ARTHUR F. Willmar Seminary 1902. Minnesota Posten, August 22, 1963.

Great Lakes. Pioner i lake-farten. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55: 95 (April, 1962).

Centennial of Norwegian shipping on the Great Lakes.

Gulbrandson. Norskdommens forkjemper ved St. Olaf College. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:149 (June, 1963).

Eulogy of Esther Gulbrandson, retired professor of Norwegian at St. Olaf. [219]

GUNDERSON, CARL M. Leif Erikson’s Ancestry. Pacific Coast Viking (Montrose, California), October, 1963.

HALSWICK, LOUIS. En Amerika reise i gamle dage. Nord-Norge, 188:27—31 (June, 1963).

An early trip to America.

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).

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.

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.

HATLEN, L. CARSTEN. San Francisco-klubben er 65 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:119 (May, 1963).

The Norwegian Club in San Francisco.

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).

Haugen. Kristine Haugen 85 aar. Norsk Ungdom (Minneapolis), August, 1963.

Hawaii. Fra Drammen til Hawaii. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55: 274—277 (December, 1962).

The experiences of Norwegian contract laborers on Hawaiian sugar plantations.

Heg. Helten fra Chickamauga. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:232 (October, 1963).

Account of Colonel Hans Christian Heg.

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. [220]

HOLBO, PAUL S. The Farmer-Labor Association: Minnesota’s Party within a Party. Minnesota History, 38:301—309 (September, 1963).

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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

JOHNSON, DERWOOD. Reiersen’s Texas. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:252—268 (1962). [221]

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.

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).

JOHNSON, WILLIAM A. Methodism and the Swedish Immigrant:

The Life of Olof Gustaf Hedström. American Swedish Historical Foundation Yearbook, 1962, 46—48 (Philadelphia, 1962).

KARLSBORG, FRED H. Luther College bands norgesferd. Nordmanns- Forbundet, 54:202 (August—September, 1961).

Luther College band tours Norway.

KILDAL, ANNE. Boken om Minnesota: Nytt imponerende verk av Theodore C. Blegen. Minnesota Posten, January 24, 1964.

A lengthy review of Blegen’s Minnesota.

KINGERY, KENNETH. Did Stoughton Man Originate Safety Belt? Wagonmaker Targe Mandt Gets the Credit. Capital Times, August 22, 1963.

KLAMMER, PAUL W. Building with Logs. Gopher Historian, 18:13—17 (Fall, 1963).

Minnesota log buildings that are open to the public, with illustrations.

KOLDERUP, DINA. Privatskole og musikk-aftener hos Jansons. Western Viking (Seattle), October 4, 1963.

Kristofer Janson in America.

LARSEN, ANNY. Haardt liv i skogene. Decorah-Posten, December 28, 1961.

Henning Frisvoll’s experiences in the American forests.

LARSEN, ESTHER LOUISE. The Voyages of the Ancient Norsemen to America. American Swedish Historical Foundation Yearbook, 1962, 56—67.

Leiv-statuen i Seattle avslørt på Norway Day. Nordisk Tidende, June 28, 1962.

Unveiling of Leif Ericson statue in Seattle.

LEVORSEN, BARBARA. Early Years in Dakota. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:158—197 (1962). [222]

Levorson museum. Nybyggermuseum ved Lake Mills, Iowa. Hallingen, September, 1961.

A family museum on the Levorson farm.

LLOYD, TREVOR. Vilhjalmur Stefansson. American-Scandinavian Review, 51:410—414 (Winter, 1963-64).

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.

MAMEN, HANS CH. Presteutveksling Norge-U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:118 (May, 1961).

An exchange program of Lutheran pastors.

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.

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.

Muskego Church. Minnesota History, 38:231 (March, 1963).

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).

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. [223]

---------- 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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. [224]

Norwegian-American Historical Museum to Name Board. Minnesota Posten, September 12, 1963.

Norwegian-American Museum Is New Name for Old Museum. Minnesota Posten, February 14, 1964.

ODDEN, TRYGVE. Barnevandringen til "Austlandet." Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:146 (June, 1963).

Child labor as a motive in Norwegian migration to America.

ODEGARD, ETHEL J. Experiences of an Amateur Genealogist in Oslo. Sons of Norway, 59:45 (March, 1962).

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.

PEDERSEN, C. O. History of Lutheran Medical Center (Det Norske Hospital og Diakonissehjem). Nordisk Tidende, April 18, 25, May 9, 16, 1963.

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).

QUALEY, CARLTON C. Theodore C. Blegen. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:3—13 (1962).

RAMBERG, TRYGVE. Den norkse Yale professoren Øystein Ore —matematiker i verdensformat. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:252— 254 (November, 1963).

An interview with Professor Ore, mathematician at Yale University.

ROBERTSON, NAN. Viking Ruins Found in North Newfoundland. New York Times, November 5, 1963.

Rockne. Knute Rockne hedres. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:65 (March, 1962).

Festivities at the Chicago Norske Klub in honor of a great football coach.

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. [225]

---------- Norske røtter stikker dypt i universitetsbyen Madison. Nordisk Tidende, August 29, 1963.

Madison, Wisconsin, a center of Norwegian cultural life.

ROSHOLT, MALCOLM. A Pioneer Diary from Wisconsin. Norwegian- American Studies, 21:198-211 (1962).

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.

SANDHEI, C. A. Det bar ivei til Amerika. Nord-Norge, 32-43 (December, 1963).

Account of an emigrant’s journey in 1900.

Sangerstevne i Salt Lake City. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:267 (August—September, 1962).

Norwegian-American singers’ festival in Salt Lake City.

Scandinavian studies. Stort oppsving for nordiske studier i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:37 (February, 1962).

Scandinavian studies in the United States.

SCHURMACHER, EMILE. The Fabulous "Snowshoe Thompson." Pacific Coast Viking, January, 1963.

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.

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.

SKÅRDAL, DOROTHY BURTON. The Scandinavian Immigrant Writer in America. Norwegian-American Studies, 21:14—53 (1962).

"Skogsfjord" i Minnesota: Første norske sprogleir. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:255 (November, 1963).

A Norwegian-language summer camp for children at Lake Trowbridge.

SKRESIÆT, O. M. Laksefiske på Columbia floden. Nord-Norge, 184:4&-46 (June, 1962).

Salmon fishing on the Columbia River.

"Sleipner." Centennial of "Sleipner" Voyage Is Commemorated. Sons of Norway, 59:197 (October, 1962). [226]

"Sleipner." Neighborhood News — North. Chicago Tribune, July 12, 1962.

Centennial of "Sleipner’s" arrival in Chicago.

Sons of Norway. Founders’ Day Is Observed in Minneapolis. Sons of Norway, 59:50 (March, 1962).

Sixty-seventh anniversary.

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.

SPEAR, ALLAN H. Marcus Lee Hansen and the Historiography of Immigration. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 44:258—268 (Summer, 1961).

Theo. Kartevold-firmaet feirer 75 årsdagen. Nordisk Tidende, November 21, 1963.

Sketch of a well-known jewelry firm in Brooklyn.

THOMMESSEN, KNUT. If We Want to Keep Our National Characteristics and Special Cultural Background, We Must Stick Together. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 6—9 (April, 1962).

University of Chicago. Stor innsats for norsk-dommen i U.S.A. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:231 (October, 1961).

A professorship in Norwegian established at the University of Chicago.

University of Oslo. Stadig nye verdifulle tilsig til den norsk-amerikansk samling ved universitets-biblioteket i Oslo. Nordisk Tidende, September 26, 1963.

The collection of Norwegian-American books in the University of Oslo library.

Utflytterdager i Oslo. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:162—165 (July, 1961).

Emigrant festival in Oslo.

Utilytterstevenet i Hamar. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:202 (August—September, 1962).

Emigrant festival in Hamar.

Venskabsbyerne Madison og Oslo. Decorah-Posten, September 5, 1963.

Sketch of "Madison-Oslo, Sister Cities, People to People Program." [227]

Vikings. Ceremonial Viking Halberd Found. Sons of Norway, 58:149 (August, 1961).

Artifact discovered near Mount Vernon, South Dakota, in 1946.

Vinland, Chicago’s Norwegian Newspaper: Et blad fra det norske Chicagos historie. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:87 (April, 1963).

Washington. George Washington: Professor Albert Wells paastaar at præsidenten var av norsk herkomst. Decorah-Posten, December 14, 1961.

Washington’s alleged Norwegian background.

WEFALD, JON. Congressman Knud Wefald: A Minnesota Voice for Farm Parity. Minnesota History, 38:177—185 (December, 1962).

WIEDSWANG, ANTON. Norge i Vancouver. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:119 (May, 1961).

Consular service in Vancouver.

WOLFE, MICHAEL. Norse Archeology in Greenland since World War II. American-Scandinavian Review, 49:380—392 (December, 1961).

World’s "Busiest Corner" for Scandinavia. Norwegian American Commerce, 3—6 (August 9, 1962).

Scandinavian fair at Carson Pine Scott and Company, Chicago.



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, 1968.

Sketches of an outstanding industrialist and oil executive.


Karsten Roedder. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Nordisk Tidende, January 9, 1964.


Ingeniør Guttorm Brekke feier 75 år. Nordisk Tidende, May 4, 1961.


Gustav Bruce død. Decorah-Posten, October 17, 1963.


Karl Robert Ertsaas. Norsk dekksgutt inntar Tacoma. Nordisk Tidende, August 31, 1961. [228]


Et norsk viking-drama skrevet i Brooklyn. Nordisk Tidende, March 28, 1963.

An engineer, son of Theodor Caspari.


Dreng Bjornaraa. In Memoriam, Rudolph Elstad. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 27 (January, 1960).


Lars Fletre. Et lite stykke Norge i Chicago. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:11 (January, 1962).

A visit in the home of a Norwegian-American sculptor.


Sigurd Folkestad: En venn og medarbeider gått bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:96 (April, 1963).


"Husmannsgutten" — fortellingen av H. A. Foss. Nordisk Tidende, August 29, 1963.

Review of book and sketch of author.


Andrew Furuseth. Sons of Norway, 58:172 (September, 1961).


Fra Jevnaker til New Bedford. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:261 (November, 1968).

Norwegians in the glassworks.


The Boy Whose Name Became a By-Word. Norwegian American Commerce, 13 (August 9, 1962).

The president of Brad Foote Gear Works.


Eneboerne i Vidalen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:112 (May, 1963).

They sailed the Atlantic in 1933 to Chicago and the World’s Fair.


Søren Hauge kom til Amerika . . . far til den berømte Gabriel Hauge. Nordisk Tidende, May 4, 1961.


C. J. Hambro. Hans Christian Heg: En hundreårsdag. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:196-200 (August—September, 1968). Johan Hambro. Hero of Chickamauga. Norseman, 5:13—16 (Autumn, 1963). [229]

Einar O. Hammer. Hans Christian Heg and the Fifteenth Wisconsin. Sons of Norway, 58: 129, 150 (July—August, 1961).


Bygmester Peter Helseth virker i California. Decorah-Posten, May 2, 1962.

A successful builder.


Andersen, Adolf. Erling Hermansen Memoriam. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 31 (September, 1963).


Oscar I. Hertsgaard. Halvor og Randi Hertsgaard. Hallingen, September, 1962.


"Hallingkongen" i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:145 (June, 1963).


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. Vin-land (Chicago), August 15, 1968.

Harold S. Langland. Hjalmar Rued Holand. Minnesota Posten (Minneapolis), August 15, 1968.


Asbjørn E. Thomassen. Torleif K. Holmen Memoriam. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 30 (September, 1963).


Norskamerikaneren som har slaat sig til ro i Norge. Decorah-Posten, August 9, 1962.

An immigrant retires to Norway.


"Big John" i Baltimore. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:41 (February, 1963).

The president of General Electric Supply Company.


Hans Kristoffersen. John W. Knudsen i 50 år . . . ved Amerikalinjens New York kontor. Nordisk Tidende, March 14, 1963. [230]


Karl Robert Ertsaas. Biography of Egil E. Krogh. Nordisk Tidende, April 13, 1961.

The administrative director and vice-president of Marshall Field and Company.


Top Executive Quit Politics for McCall’s Career. Norwegian American Commerce, 11 (September 10, 1968).


Christopher North, Assistant Secretary of the Army. Nordisk Tidende, February 14, 1963.

Arms Research Program. Sons of Norway, 59:81 (February, 1962).


Loss for Brooklyn . . . Gain for Houston. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 8—11 (July, 1960).


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).


Elsa Normann. Nordmann i San Francisco bærer etiketten: Conrad of the Canvas. Nordisk Tidende, April 20, 1961.


Wilhelm Morgenstierne. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:206 (August—September, 1963).


Norse Tapestry Weaving. Sons of Norway, 58:211 (November, 1961).


Asbjørn E. Thomassen. Herman E. Nielsen. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 28 (September, 1963).


Birger Osland død. Decorah-Posten, August 8, 1963.

Birger Osland, Chicago-nordmenns Grand Old Man, død. Nordisk Tidende, August 8, 1963. [231]

To norskdoms kjemper gått bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:210 (August—September, 1963).

Includes an account of H. R. Holand.


Arne Kildal. Martha Ostenso, "daughter of the Vikings." Minnesota Posten, January 17, 1964.

Martha Ostenso død. Nordisk Tidende, November 28, 1963.


Fra Finmark til Filippinene. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:94 (April, 1963).


Sverre Eide. Carl J. Oxford, Sr. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 26 (September, 1963).

Detroit engineer.


Bossemagersvend i Trondheim blev opfinder og millionær i Amerika. Decorah-Posten, November 14, 1963.


Bent Vanberg. Albert Eide Paar. Nordisk Tidende, February 1, 1962.

Curator of American Museum of Natural History, New York City.


Angela Pladson Midbo. Barbo og Knudt O. Pladson. Hallingen, December, 1963.


Elsa Normann. Trønderen Karl Knutsen Reese er i full aktivitet med sin kunst. Nordisk Tidende, July 9, 1962.


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.


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). [232]

Fred H. Karlsborg. Knute Rockne får sin bauta. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:248 (November, 1961).


Peder H. Nelson. Ski instruktør Olaf Rodegaard. Hallingen, June, 1962.


Peder H. Nelson. Den første valdris i Amerika. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:204 (August—September, 1961).


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.


Den hjemvente norsk-amerikaner forteller. Hallingen, June, 1963.


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.


Arthur F. Giere. A Valiant Viking. Minnesota Posten, October 1, 1963.


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).


De lykkeligste år i mitt liv. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:204— 207 (August—September, 1962).


Peder H. Nelson. Første nordmann i Minnesota . . . fra Hallingdal. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:68 (March, 1963).


Gerhard Sonnesyn Dies. Minnesota Posten, December 5, 1963.


Peder H. Nelson. Vore nybyggere. Hallingen, June, 1963. [233]


Magnus Bjorndal. Sigurd J. Stockfleth. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 23 (September, 1963).


Mr. Drammen i Amerika. Nordisk Tidende, June 8, 1961.


Ingeniør Sten Strand. Hallingen, March, 1963.


Elsa Normann. Han skar ut troll som smågutt og har nå satt merker etter seg . . . paa vestkysten. Nordisk Tidende, November 7, 1963.


Trønder i USA, professor i Rettsvitenskap . . . er verdens-berømt. Nordisk Tidende, December 26, 1963.


Einar Diesen. General Leif J. Sverdrup. Decorah-Posten, October 4, 1962.

Interview with a St. Louis engineer.


Fra Flekkefjord til Brooklyn; Carl Søyland: En institution i New York. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 56:33 (February, 1963).


Asbjøm A. Thomassen. Reidar Tollafsen Memoriam. Norwegian American Technical Journal, 29 (September, 1968).


Carl H. Tollefsen Celebrates 50th Anniversary as Pioneer of Chamber Music in Brooklyn. Nordisk Tidende, April 11, 1963.


O. Myking Mehus. Frukt drykeren. Hallingen, June, 1963.

YBOR, AUHILD SANNE (Mrs. Martinez)

Jostein Ryssdal. En vikingætling i New York. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:30 (February, 1962).

An artist at Cornell University.



One Hundredth Anniversary: Our Savior’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, June 9—11, 1961. 39 p. [234]


Vang’s Vision and Victory: A Century of Christian Witness, 1862—1962. 30 p.


75th Anniversary, Fron Lutheran Church, Roslyn, South Dakota, 1886—1961. 35 p.


The Fortieth Anniversary of the Foundation of First Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 23, 1960. 14 p.


Beck, Magnus. A Festival of Jubilee, 1912—1962: Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, December 30, 1962. 8 p.


Program Celebrating 90th Birthday of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church of Norse and Dedication of New Parish Hall, June 28, 1959. 10 p.


Peace Lutheran Church (North Rush River— Our Savior’s) Centennial, 1862—1962: Histories of Church Organizations. 34 p.


Our Heritage: Centennial Celebration, Evangelical Lutheran Churches of North Beaver Creek . . . 1859—1959. 34 p.


Five Points Evangelical Lutheran Church Centennial, 1861— 1961. 58p.


Faith Lutheran Church Dedication, May 21, 1961. 24 p.


Thirty-fifth Anniversary Year Book and Directory: Mount Hope Lutheran Church, 1960. 68 p.



Peder H. Nelson. Fox River i Illinois. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 55:69 (March, 1962).

Chicago. Vinland, June 13, 1963.


June D. Holmquist. Swedeland, U.S.A. Gopher Historian, 18:19 (Spring, 1959). [235]


J. P. Hertsgaard. Nybyggerhistorie fra Sheyenne River Dalen. Hallingen, June, 1962.


Alf W. Nilson. Norsk blod i Virginia og Nord Karolina. Nordisk Tidende, September 26, 1963.


Don Sorenson. Norsk by i Wisconsin. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 54:173 (July, 1961).

Mount Horeb. Centennial, 1861—1961. Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, 1961. 100 p.

Robert E. Delaney. A Visit to Washington Island. American-Scandinavian Review, 51:162—169 (June, 1963).

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