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Volume XXXIII: Contents

Preface
Becoming American, Becoming Suburban: Norwegians in the 1920s
    By John R. Jenswold
3
Socialist Dissent among Norwegian Americans: Emil Lauritz Mengshoel, Newspaper Publisher and Author
    By Odd-Stein Granhus
27

The Twin Churches of Christiania, Minnesota, from 1854 to 1864: A Study of the Causes of Immigrant Church Conflicts
    by A. Gerald Dyste

73

As Sister, Wife, and Mother: Education for Young Norwegian-American Lutheran Women
    By DeAne L. Lagerquist

99

Rural Norwegian- American Reading Societies in the Late Nineteenth Century
    By Steven J. Keillor

139

Travel Narratives, Popular Religious Literature, Autobiography: N. N. Rønning’s Contribution to Norwegian-American Culture
    By Øyvind T. Gulliksen

165

Concerning Emigration
    by John A. Johnson
    translated by C.A. Clausen

205
Recollections from My Journey to America and My First Years in America
    By by Halle Steensland
    translated by Odd S. Lovoll
235
Land, Sea, and Ice: Explorers and Discoverers in the Norwegian-American Press
    By Arlow W. Andersen
243
“The Pride of the Race Had Been Touched”: The 1925 Norse-American Immigration Centennial and Ethnic Identity
    By April Schultz
267
Some Recent Publications
    Compiled by Rolf H. Erickson
   with Norwegian listings by Helene Pran Grimsvang and Caroline S. Haslund
309
From the Archives
    By Charlotte Jacobson
341
Norwegian- American Historical Association
351

 
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