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Aliens in the United States. Washington, D.C., 1965. 487 p.

Lists the number of aliens by states, counties, and nationalities.

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.

ASH, VIRGINIA HELLAND. The Genealogical Record of the Helland-Kringle Families. Sun City, Arizona, 1967. 78 p.


ASKER, RANDI. Rose-Painting in Norway. Oslo, 1966. 50 p.

Profusely illustrated. Reviewed in Sons of Norway, Viking, November, 1966.

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.

BECKER, ETHEL. Klondike ‘98: E. A. Hegg’s Gold Rush Album. Portland, Oregon, 1967. 96 p.

Revised edition.

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. [236]

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

DAHL, A. E. Banker Dahl of South Dakota. Rapid City, South Dakota, 1965. 277 p.

An autobiography.

DAHL, BORGUILD. Good News. New York, 1966. 160 p.

The story of a journalistic project, conducted by Marit Ellestad and her [237] 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

FEVOLD, EUGENE L. The Lutheran Free Church: A Fellowship of American Lutheran Congregations, 1897—1968. Minneapolis, 1969. 342 p.

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.

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.

GAUSTAD, EDWIN SCOTT. A Religious History of America. New York, 1966. 421 p.

Reviewed in Pacific Northwest Quarterly, April, 1967. [238]

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.

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.

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.

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.

HILLBRAND, PERCIE V. The Norwegians in America. Minneapolis, 1967. 80 p.

Sketches of Norwegian Americans for young folk.

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.

HOLLAND, RUTH ROBINS. Vikings of the West: The Scandinavian immigrants in America. New York, 1968. 61 p.

HUSTON, LUTHER A. Pathway to Judgment: A Study of Earl Warren. Philadelphia, 1966. 197 p.

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. [239]

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.

JONES, GWYN. A History of the Vikings. London and New York, 1968. 504 p.

Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, May, 1969.

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.

KATCHER, LEO. Earl Warren: A Political Biography. New York, 1967. 502 p.

Reviewed in Saturday Review, November 18, 1967.

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.

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.

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.

LARSON, AGNES M. John A. Johnson: An Uncommon American. Northfield, Minnesota, 1969. 312 p.

A biography of a Madison, Wisconsin, industrialist and immigrant leader.

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.

LEE, INGMAR A., JR. Lie Descendants. Minneapolis, 1968. 120 p.

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. [240]

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.

MCCALLUM, JOHN B. Everest Diary. New York, 1966. 213 p.

Diary of Lute Jerstad, who conquered the world’s highest peak in May, 1963.

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.

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.

MOHBERG, NORA FLADEBOE. A Home for Agate. Grafton, North Dakota, 1966. 135 p.

Reminiscences of the Ole O. and Agatha Fladeboe family.

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.

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.

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).

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.

NODTVEDT, MAGNUS. Rebirth of Norway’s Peasantry: Folk Leader Hans Nielsen Hauge. Tacoma, Washington, 1965. 305 p.

Reviewed in Decorah-Posten, November 9, 1967. [241]

NORBORG, SVERRE. Hans Nielsen Hauge. Oslo, 1966. 309 p.

A fresh interpretation of Norway’s great religious and lay leader.

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.

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.

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.

Passenger Arrivals, 1819—1820. Baltimore, 1967. 342 p.

A reprint of the 1821 edition, with an index. Reviewed in Immigration Research Digest, Spring, 1968.

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.

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.

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.

REASKE, HERBERT E. Rølvaag’s Giants in the Earth. New York, 1965. 108 p.

Notes and study guides. [242]

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

SIGURJONSSON, JOHANN, STEFANSSON, DAVID AND TEORDARSSON, AGNAR. Fire and Ice: The Icelandic Plays. Madison, Wisconsin, 1967. 266 p. [243]

A general introduction and introductions to each play. Reviewed in Scandinavian Studies, August, 1968.

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.

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.

STURLUSON, SNORRI. From the Sagas of the Norse Kings. Oslo, 1967. 390 p.

Selections translated into English by Erling Monsen. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Spring, 1968.

SVARLIEN, OSCAR. The Eastern Greenland Case in Historical Perspective. Gainesville, Florida, 1969. 74 p.

Includes a history of Greenland since the time of Eric the Red. Reviewed in American-Scandinavian Review, Summer, 1969.

The Viking. Greenwich, Connecticut, 1967. 288 p.

Scientists and specialists from several European countries examine the more credible Viking voyages, including those to North America. Reviewed in Times (London) Literary Supplement, December, 1966, and Speculum, January, 1968.

TORNØE, J. KR. Columbus in the Arctic? And the Vineland Literature. New York, 1965. 92 p.

Discusses the problem of whether Columbus knew of America before 1492. Reviewed in Journal of American History, June, 1966.

---------- Early American History: Norsemen before Columbus. New York, 1965. 127 p.

A study of the voyages of Bjarne Herjolfson and Leif Ericson. Reviewed in Journal of American History, June, 1966.

VEBLEN, THORSTEIN. Absentee Ownership and Business Enterprise in Recent Times: The Case of America. Boston, 1967. 445 p.

A reprint. [244]

VIGNESS, DAVID M. The Revolutionary Decades: The Saga of Texas, 1810—1836. Austin, 1965. 214 p.

VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., ed. Immigrants to America before 1750: An Alphabetical List of Immigrants to the Colonies before 1750. Baltimore, 1965. 220 p.

A reprint. Compiled from official sources.

WAHLGREN, ERIK. Fact and Fancy in the Vinland Sagas. Austin, Texas, 1969. 80 p.

An account of the first known visits to America by Europeans.

Watford City Golden Jubilee, Watford City, North Dakota: 50 Years of Progress, 1914—1964. Watford City, North Dakota, 1964. 303 p.

A history of the community.

WEAVER, JOHN D. Warren: The Man, the Court, the Era. Boston, 1967. 406 p.

A sympathetic portrait. Reviewed in American Historical Review, April, 1968.

WELSCH, ROGER L. Sod Walls: The Story of the Nebraska Sod House. Broken Bow, Nebraska, 1968. 208 p.

Reviewed in North Dakota Quarterly, Spring, 1968.

WIEDERAENDERS, ROBERT C. AND TILLMANNS, WALTER G. The Synods of American Lutheranism. St. Louis, 1968. 209 p.

Includes names, dates, and other data, together with a bibliography of every Lutheran body above the congregational level.

WILSON, DAVID M. AND KLINDT-JENSEN, OLE. Viking Art. Ithaca, New York, 1966. 173 p.

Covers the period from 800 to 1100 and includes the Viking colonies. Reviewed in Book List, October 15, 1966.

WOLF, RICHARD C. Documents of Lutheran Unity in America. Philadelphia, 1966. 672 p.

YOUNGDALE, JAMES M., ed. Third Party Footprints: An Anthology from Writings and Speeches of Midwest Radicals. Minneapolis, 1966. 357 p.

Refers to Marcus Thrane. Reviewed in Agricultural History, January, 1969.


ASE, OLAV. Marcus Thrane og Chicago anarkistane. Syn og Segn, vol. 71, no. 7, 413—414 (1965). [245]

A Battle in Britain. The Manifest (Minneapolis), May, 1966.

A discussion of criticisms of the Vinland map of 1440.

ABRAMOSKE, DONALD J. Victor Lawson and the Chicago Weekly

News: A Defeat. Journalism Quarterly, Spring, 1966.

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.

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.

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).

ANDERSON, HARRY H. Early Scandinavian Settlement in Milwaukee County. Milwaukee County Historical Society, Historical Messenger, March, 1969.

ANDERSSEN, ANDERS. Spelemann i vesterveg. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 246—247 (November, 1968).

Violinist Sigbjørn Osa at the Nordic festival in Seattle.

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.

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.

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.

BACKER, J. E. Norwegian Migration 1856—1960. International Migration, vol. 4, nos. 3—4, p. 172—182 (1966). [246]

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.

BERGER, A. H. Nogle av Isak P. Strindens erfaringer. Nord-Norge, September, 1966.

Pioneer experiences near Pelican Rapids, Minnesota.

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.

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.

BJORK, KENNETH O. Literature in Its Relation to Norwegian-American History. Scandinavian Studies, 38:18—19 (February, 1966).

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.

BØEDE, HAAKON. First North American Foreign Trade Handled by Norsemen 1,000 Years Ago. Norwegian American Commerce, November-December, 1968.

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.

BRAATELIEN, BOTOLV. llaakon Hermanson Sires slekt. Hallingen, March, 1967.

Genealogy of the Haakon Hermanson Sire family.

BRONNER, HEDIN AND FRANZEN, GOSTA. Scandinavian Studies in [247] Institutions of Learning in the United States. Seventh Report: 1966—67. Scandinavian Studies, 39:345—367 (November, 1967).

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.

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.

BURNELL, J. B. Elitism or Equality — Future Directions in Immigration Legislation. Social Studies, 60: 20—23 (January, 1969).

Outlines changes in American immigration policy.

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.

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. [248]

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.

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.

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

Den atlantiske rune-krigen. Verdens Gang, March 26, 1968.

Aslak Liestøl and O. G. Landsverk debate the authenticity of the Kensington runestone.

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.

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.

DOE, AUSTEN, SR. Vinland Map and Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Vinland (Chicago), February 17, 1966.

A discussion of the date of the Yale Vinland map.

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.

Early Paintings of Norwegian-American Artist, Herbjørn Gausta, Shown for First Time at University of Minnesota. Nordisk Tidende, February 3, 1966.

Includes biographical sketch.

ECKERSON, HELEN F. Immigration and National Origins. Annals [249] of 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.

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.

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.

Eivind Ramberg far 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.

Elu. Det lille intervju. Aftenposten, August 29, 1966.

Interview with Kenneth O. Bjork concerning investments in East Africa.

ENDRESEN, FRIDTJOF. Norske i Alaska 1967. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60:240-241 (December, 1967).

Norwegians are decreasing in number in Alaska.

En kunstner fra nybyggertiden. Hallingen, March, 1969.

Østen O. Pladson and his sculpture in the Betania Lutheran Church, Hatton, North Dakota.

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.

Et norsk syn på engelsk bok om den norske språkstrid, sprakutvikling. Nordisk Tidende, August 31, 1967.

A review of Einar Haugen’s book, Language Conflict and Language Planning.

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. [250]

---------- 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.

FEVOLD, EUGENE L. The Norwegian Immigrant and His Church. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:3—16 (1967).

FINSET, ARNE. Pionerene paa prærien. Decorah-Posten, December 14, 1967.

Pioneer life at Kindred, North Dakota.

Fiskergutten Ole Rølvaag var 20 år da han kom til Amerika og ble en av landets berømte forfattere. Nordisk Tidende, February 8, 1968.

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).

---------- Some Recent Publications. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:220-235 (1967).

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. [251]

---------- 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 Amerikbrev. 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.

Fra Hallingdal til Amerika i 1911. Hallingem, December, 1966.

Items from the diary of Kari Sehl.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Gammelt brev fra Vasfaret til Amerika. Hallingen, December, 1968.

A letter written in 1893 to Cooperstown, North Dakota. [252]

GIESKE, MILLARD L., ed. Some Civil War Letters of Knute Nelson. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 17—50 (1967).

GOLDSTEIN, THOMAS E. Conceptual Patterns Underlying the Vinland Map. Renaissance News, 19:321—331 (Winter, 1966).

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.

GUNDERSON, CARL MAGNUS. Washington’s Norwegian Ancestry. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:38 (February, 1969).

GUNHEIM, OLAV. Memories from World War One. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:308-310 (December, 1966).

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.

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.

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."

Hamsunske Amerika-inntrykk fra 1885. Nordisk Tidende, March 2, 1967.

Article by Harold S. Naess entitled "Ukjente Hamsuntekster." Reprinted from Aftenposten.

HARVEY, RICHARD B. Governor Earl Warren of California: A Study in "Non-Partisan" Republican Politics. California Historical Society, Quarterly, March, 1967.

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. [253]

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.

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.

Helge Ingstad gjorde nye funn på Newfoundland. Western Viking, November 18, 1966.

An interview with Ingstad reprinted from Aftenposten.

Helge Ingstad gjør nye sensasjonelle funn på Newfoundland. Nordisk Tidende, October 3, 1968.

Reports more sensational finds by Ingstad.

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.

Helge Ingstad melder om nye sensasjonelle funn på Newfoundland. Nordisk Tidende, October 3, 1968.

New finds in Newfoundland.

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.

HERTSGAARD, O. I. De siste ti aar. Hallingen, June, 1967.

Report of meetings of the Hallinglag in the period from 1957 to 1966.

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.

Ingstadfunnene skal leveres tilbake til Canada. Decorah-Posten, March 20, 1969.

Viking remains in Newfoundland will be given to Canada.

Ingstad på Newfoundland for 7. gang. Finner flere hustufter. Nordisk Tidende, October 8, 1967. [254]

Ingstad party has excavated the eighth Viking site at L’Anse Aux Meadows.

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.

JENSEN, ARTHUR. The Norsemen in Vinland. Anthropological Journal of Canada, no. 2, p. 14—16 (1965).

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.

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.

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.

JOHNSON, SIMON. An Immigrant Boy on the Frontier. Norwegian-American Studies, 23:51—70 (1967).

Translated and edited by Nora O. Solum.

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). [255]

Julius Blegen Voted into Ski Hall of Fame. Minnesota Posten, April 11, 1968.

United States Ski Association honors a well-known sportsman.

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.

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.

KILDAL, ARNE. En berømt norsk-ættet amerikaner. Minnesota Posten, May 2, 1968.

Resumé of two recent biographies of Earl Warren.

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.

KROSBY, H. PETER. The World of Leif Erikson. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65: 40—41 (February, 1968).

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.

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).

LARSON, JAMES L., ed. American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1967. Scandinavian Studies, 40: 132—158 (May, 1968). [256]

---------- American Scandinavian Bibliography for 1968. Scandinavian Studies, 41:160-197 (May, 1969).

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.

Leif Johan Sverdrup: Started with $60—Is Today World Leader in Engineering. Norwegian American Commerce, November-December, 1966.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Lille Norge: Puget Island. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59:195 (October, 1966).

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.

LISLEGARD, TOLLEF F. Min familie historie. Hallingen, September, 1967.

History of the Helling, Wick, and Kollhus families. [257]

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.

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.

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.

MAGELSSEN, SVERRE. Luther og Norge i Amerika. Kirke og Kultur, 72: 353—362 (June, 1967).

Historical sketch of Norwegian Lutherans in America.

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.

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.

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.

MASON, ALPHEUS THOMAS. Understanding the Warren Court: Judicial Self-Restraint and Judicial Duty. Political Science Quarterly, 81:523—563 (December, 1966).

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.

MEHUS, O. MYKING. Forum. Minnesota Posten, November 17, 1966.

A letter by Mehus containing reminiscences of Augsburg College fifty years ago.

Metodist presten Ole P. Petersen. Decorah-Posten, March 16, 1967.

Sketch of Methodism among Norwegian Americans. [258]

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.

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.

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.

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. [259]

---------- 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.

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.

NJARDVIK, NJORDUR P. Vinlands-kartet, en forfalskning? Dagbladet (Oslo), September 12, 1969.

This article questions the validity of the Vinland map. [260]

Nordisk Tidende, October 6, 1966.

This diamond jubilee issue includes stories about persons, institutions, and organizations among Norwegian Americans in New York.

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.

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.

Norsk-amerikaner hedret for enestàende biografisk arkiv. Nordisk Tidende, March 13, 1969.

Andrew A. Rowberg was presented the first Distinguished Service Award by the Norwegian-American Historical Association.

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.

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.

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.

Norskfødt Nobelprisvinner: Kjemikeren Lars Onsager. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 254 (November, 1968).

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.

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. [261]

Norwegian-American Engineers Celebrate. Minnesota Posten, January 16, 1969.

Account of a fortieth anniversary celebration by a technical society.

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.

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.

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.

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.

OLSON, OTTO J. Fra nybyggerdagene. Hallingen, March-June, 1968.

The Ole Giselrud family’s pioneer days in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.

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.

Øystein Ore gatt bort. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:201 (August-September, 1968).

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.

PARENTI, MICHAEL. Ethnic Politics and the Persistence of Ethnic [262] Identification. American Political Science Review, 61:717—726 (September, 1967).

Ethnic groups can be acculturated without being assimilated.

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.

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.

PETERSEN, EUGENE. Norge Ski Club Pioneers. Vinland, February 20, 27, 1969.

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.

PREUS, HERMAN A. History of Norwegian Lutherans to 1917. Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 40:99—118 (October, 1967).

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.

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.

Prof. Theodore Blegen død. Nordisk Tidende, July 31, 1969.

Professor Theodore Blegen runder de i fin form. Minnesota Posten, July 28, 1966. [263]

Tribute to Dr. Theodore C. Blegen for his contributions to Norwegian immigrant history.

Prof. Theodore Blegen runder 75 aar. Decorah-Posten, July 28, 1966.

Salute to immigration’s "grand old man" on his seventy-fifth birthday.

RAMBERG, TRYGVE. Grand Old Man i Brooklyn: Redaktør Carl Søyland 75 ar. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 62: 126-129 (June, 1969).

Carl Søyland, former editor of Nordisk Tidende, discusses relations of Norwegian Americans to the United States.

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.

RATNER, MARC L. The Romantic Spencerian. Norwegian-American Studies, 23: 204—219 (1967).

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.

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.

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.

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.

ROGNESS, ALVIN N. A Tribute to Herman Amberg Preus. Luther Theological Seminary Review, October, 1967.

Includes a biographical sketch.

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. [264]

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.

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.

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.

SALVESEN, SIGVALD. Den store utvandring til Texas fra Amli, Gyøvdal, Tovdal og Holt i 1840—50 ara. Agderposten (Arendal), January 11, 1967.

Excerpt from an account of Norwegian immigration into Texas in the 1840’s.

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.

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.

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.

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. [265]

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID. Et historisk falskneri? Decorah-Posten, June 26, 1969.

This article sketches the history of the Kensington runestone.

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.

Sigurd J. Arnesen død. Decorah-Posten, November 3, 1966.

Former publisher of Nordisk Tidende dies.

SIMONEERG, 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.

Simon Johnson fremdeles aktiv. Decorah-Posten, September 2, 1966.

A review of the writings of an immigrant author.

SINDING-LARSEN, HENNING. Fant nalen i høy stakken. Minnesota Posten, October 6, 1966.

A review of Helge Ingstad’s book, Vesterveg til Vinland.

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.

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.

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.

Sondre Norheims minde hædret i Nord Dakota. Decorah-Posten, June 30, 1966.

South Dakota’s Unique ‘Stavkirke.’ Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, August 3, 1969.

Replica of the 800-year-old Borgund stave church in Norway.

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. [266]

-------- 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.

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.

STEINMANN, MARION. Leif Ericson and His Relatives. Life, 63:53—64 (September 15, 1967).

Skulls in Greenland and burial practices of the Vikings.

Story of Norw. Am. Athl. Association. Vinland, July 28, 1966.

STOYLEN, SIGVALD. Sondre Norheim, Skisportens far. Minnesota Posten, June 9, 1966.

---------- The Kensington Stone and Alf Monge. Nordisk Tidende, August 7, 1969.

Defense of Alf Monge and of the authenticity of the Kensington stone. [267]

Sverre Ulvestad i spissen for store utvidelser ved Eger pleiehjem i New York. Decorah-Posten, April 25, 1968.

Eger Nursing Home on Staten Island is being enlarged and modernized.

SZCZESNIAK, B. B. Notes and Remarks on the Newly Discovered Tartar Relation and the Vinland Map. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 86:373—376 (October-December, 1966).

The Lure of the Big Land. Texas (Houston) Chronicle, July 7, 14, 1968.

Sketches of twenty-five major ethnic groups, including the Norwegians, that have contributed to the development of Texas.

Theodore Blegen Is Dead at 78. Minnesota Posten, July 24, 1969.

The Ombudsman. Sons of Norway, Viking, 63:311 (December, 1966).

The value of an ombudsman in America.

The Profile. Man of Many Words: Einar Haugen of Harvard. Norseman, no. 2, p. 46—48 (1966).

A review of Haugen’s published works in the field of the Norwegian language.

The Scandinavians: Viking Spirit in Chicago. Chicago Sun-Times, September 29, 1968.

The Start and Early History of the Sons of Norway. Vinland, February 2, 1967.

THOMPSON, AGNES L. The Viking Voyage of 1893. Norseman, no. 2, p. 44—46 (1968).

In 1893 Magnus Andersen, in a replica of the Viking’s ship, retraced Leif Ericson’s voyage.

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.

TØNNESEN, ARTH. J. Letter from A. J. Tønnesen. Vinland, July 7, 1966.

A defense of the authenticity of the Kensington runestone.

TORNØE, J. KR. Did the Old Norwegian Vikings Build a Settlement in Manhattan? Nordisk Tidende, May 2, 1968.

---------- Alle norrøne ferder til Amerika gikk om kolonien Leivsbudir. Nordisk Tidende, October 10, 1968.

All Norwegian expeditions to America landed in the grape-growing area. [268]

Triumf for sangerne fra Luther College. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 60: 144—145 (July, 1967).

Luther College choir makes successful tour in Norway.

Utvandringen fra Hadeland og brevene hjem. Decorah-Posten, January 18, 1968.

Mons Grinager’s letter to his mother from Iowa, May 15, 1854.

VAAGE, JAKOB. Ski-sportens store pioner var telemarkingen Sondre Norheim, en fattig husmann som utvandret til N. Dakota. Nordisk Tidende, June 9, 1966.

Vaare nybyggere: Nils Haagensons oplevelser. Hallingen, September, 1966.

Pioneer experiences of the Nils Haagenson family.

VANBERG, BENT. Fifty Years Ago: How the Chr. Hannevig Case Involving Top Legal Brains of U.S. and Norway Became a Classic Contest. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:217 (August, 1967).

VEECH, CHRISTIN M. The Norwegian Woman in America. Nordisk Tidende, November 3, 1966.

Sketch of the life and political beliefs of Elise Boulding, wife of Kenneth Boulding and Norwegian-born peace candidate for Congress from Michigan.

Verdenskjent norsk meteorolog Sverre Petterssen fyller 70 àr. Nordisk Tidende, February 29, 1968.

Introduces world-renowned meteorologist and professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

VIGRESTAD, RUTH WENNBERG. Brief History of Bergenslaget’s 60 Years. Minnesota Posten, December 28, 1967.

Bergenslaget was organized May 17, 1907, in Minneapolis.

VILMUNDARSON, PORHALLUR. Reflections on the Vinland Map. American-Scandinavian Review, 54:20—24 (March, 1966).

Critique of the map and essays about it.

Vinlandskartets ekthet kan ikke betviles. Decorah-Posten, January 5, 1965.

Ib Kejibo, chief of the map collection at the royal library in Copenhagen, declares the Vinland map of 1440 to be genuine.

WAHLGREN, ERIK. Reflections around a Rune Stone. Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, Quarterly, 19:37-49 (January, 1968).

Explains the reason for the controversy concerning the Kensington runestone. [269]

---------- Some Further Remarks on Vinland. Scandinavian Studies, 40:26—35 (February, 1968).

WERNER, HARALD. A Norwegian Saga in the Gulf. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:38—39 (February-March, 1967).

Norwegian life on the Gulf of Mexico.

---------- Norge i Gulf-havnene: Ny kirke i New Orleans i 1967. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 59: 235—236 (December, 1966).

The first seamen’s church in America, at Pensacola, Florida.

WESTAD, PER. The U.S. Is Still Norway’s Fourth Largest Trade Partner. Norwegian American Commerce, January-February, 1966.

Report by Per Westad, president of the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce, 1966.

WESTPHALL, POVL. Atomforskerens iskolde rune-krig. Berlin gske Tidende (Copenhagen), January 7, 1968.

---------- Mannen som løste Kensington stenens gate. Morgenbladet (Copenhagen), February 10, 1968.

An account of Ole G. Landsverk and his study of runestones.

What Makes the Norwegian-American Watch King Tick. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:39 (February, 1969).

Interview with Joakim Lehmkuhl, Norwegian-born president and chairman of the U.S. Time Corporation.

WYMAN, ROGER E. Insurgency in Minnesota: The Defeat of James A. Tawney in 1910. Minnesota History, 40:317—329 (Fall, 1967).

Scandinavian solidarity in Minnesota’s first congressional district helped elect Sidney Anderson in the Republican primary of 1910.

---------- Wisconsin Ethnic Groups and the Election of 1890. Wisconsin Magazine of History, 51:269—293 (Summer, 1968).

Includes the story of the part played in politics by Congressman Nils P. Haugen and the Norwegians.

WYNNE, ROBERT E. American Labor Leaders and the Vancouver Anti-Oriental Riot. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 57: 172—179 (October, 1966).

Notes the role of Olaf A. Tveitmoe of the San Francisco Building Trades Council.

Yale-kartet og amatør teorien om Vinland og Vinlands-ferdene. Vinland, June 6, 1966. [270]

J. Kr. Tornøe declares that the Yale map confirms his theories regarding the Vikings in America.

YARHAM, E. R. In the Wake of the Norseman. Norseman, no. 6, p. 167—170 (1966).

A review of Viking explorations in America.

You Name the Book — Fjellanger Has It. Vinland, June 6, 1966.

Item about "the only fully assorted Norwegian bookstore in the land," located in Brooklyn.



Dr. Aasgaard død. Decorah-Posten, January 20, 1966.

An obituary.

Herman E. Jørgensen. In Memoriam. Minnesota Posten, March 10, 1966.


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.


Col. Sigurd J. Arnesen, 79, død i Florida, var Nordisk Tidendes utgiver i 37 ar; mange tillitsverv. Nordisk Tidende, November 3, 1966.

An obituary of the publisher of Nordisk Tidende.


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.


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.


Rosa Claridge. The Emigrant Boy Who Made Good. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:205 (July, 1969). [271]

The story of Simon Benson (1852-1942), logger and lumberman in the Pacific Northwest.


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.


Norwegian Meteorology at 100. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:46 (February-March, 1967).

Sketch of Jacob Aal Bonnevie, professor of meteorology, University of California.


The Scandinavian of the Month: Thyra Fjellanger. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, August, 1967.

Sketch of the founder of the Fjellanger Book Store in Brooklyn.


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.


Soren Roinestad and Conrad Wahle. Andrew Furuseth. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:242—243 (September, 1967).

Sketch of the "Abraham Lincoln" of the seas.


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.


Nina Draxten. Concerning M. Falk Gjertsen. Minnesota Posten, October 6, 13, 1966.

Episodes from the life of a Lutheran clergyman.


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. [272]


Stor-Olaf Nilsen Gudmundsrud. Hallingen, June, 1966.


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.


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.


The Scandinavian of the Month: Sevrin A. Haram. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, June, 1967.

Sketch of the president of Haram-Christensen Corporation, Incorporated.


Viking Profile: Dr. Ludvig Hektoen. Sons of Norway, Viking, 66:278 (September, 1969).


"Hallingkongen" er 85 år. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61:102 (May, 1968).

Sketch of Oscar I. Hertsgaard, active in the promotion of Norwegian culture in America.


Erling Innvik. Redaktør Paul Hjelm-Hansen. Decorah-Posten, May 25, 1967.

A sketch of the promoter of settlement in the Red River Valley.


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.


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. [273]


Erik J. Friis. The Scandinavian of the Month: Ole G. Landsverk. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, July, 1969.


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.


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.


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.


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.


Nobelprisvinneren, Professor Lars Onsager. Minnesota Posten, November 14, 1968.

Sketch of a Nobel prize winner in chemistry and professor at Yale University.


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.


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. [274]


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.


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).


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.


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.


The World’s Greatest Tunnel Authority. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64:216 (August, 1967).

Sketch of the late Ole Singstad.


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. [275]


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.


Dr. James Storing Passed Away. Norseman, no. 1, p. 23 (1967).

Provost and dean of the faculty at Colgate University, Hamilton, New York.


T. F. Gullixson. Hans Gerhard Stub: Preacher, Theologian, Statesman in the Church. Luther Theological Seminary Review, November, 1968.


Sigvald Støylen. Marcus Thrane — Father of the Norwegian Labor Movement. Sons of Norway, Viking, 64: 272—273 (October, 1967).

Sketch of Thrane, who lived in the United States from 1868 to 1890.


Amanda Tufte. Asbjørn Tufte. Hallingen, September, 1969.


Erik J. Friis. Emil Fridstein Vaage. Scandinavian-American Bulletin, June, 1969.

Sketch of an engineer long connected with the Bell Telephone Laboratories.


Erling Dittmann. Tønsberg-lærerinnen som er blitt emne for norsk-amerikansk historieforskning. Tønsberg Blad (Norway), February 19, 1966.

The career of Elise Wærenskjold, based on The Lady with the Pen.


En mester blant kirurger: Owen H. Wangensteen. Nordmanns-Forbundet, 61: 131—132 (June, 1968).

Mentor to Thousand Surgeons: Owen H. Wangensteen. Norseman., no. 3, p. 78—80 (1968). [276]

Sketch of the chairman of the department of surgery at the University of Minnesota for thirty-seven years.

Owen H. Wangensteen. Decorah-Posten, September 26, 1968.

Viking Profile. Owen H. Wangensteen: Norwegian-American "Know-How" Made Medical Miracles. Sons of Norway, Viking, 65:91 (April, 1968).


Harry J. Williams — The Driving Force of the NACC Midwest-Chicago Chapter. Norwegian American Commerce, May-June, 1967.

Sketch of the chairman of the Chicago chapter of the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce.



Apple Grove Lutheran Church, 1893—1968. 51 p.

A Century of Grace: Yellowstone Lutheran Church, 1868-1968. 54 p.


The Centennial Book of Big Grove Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1867—1967. 39 p.


Memoirs of the Rev. John Knudson Rystad: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. 1967. 24 p.


Twenty-Fifth Anniversary: Faith Lutheran Church. 1968. 11 p.


First Lutheran Church: Ninetieth Anniversary, 1879—1969. 48p.


Yellow Medicine Lutheran Church: 100 Years of God’s Grace, 1868—1968. 47 p.


Thompson Valley Lutheran Church Centennial, 1866—1966. 26 p.


Hong, Edna. The Book of a Century: History of St. John’s Lutheran Church. 1969. 180 p. [277]


Orfordville Lutheran Church: Centennial History, 1868—1968. 28 p.


Christ Lutheran Church on Capitol Hill: Our Second Century in Christ, 1868—1968. 21 p.


Scandinavia Lutheran Church: One Hundred and Fifteenth Anniversary, 1854—1969. 14 p.


Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church: 80 Years of God’s Grace, 1885—1965. 30 p.


St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1844—1969. 41 p.


Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Dedication. Booklet, 1968—1969. 50 p.

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