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Finding aid to the Claus Lauritz Clausen papers, 1841-1988
Papers of and materials about the Danish-born clergyman, the second pastor ordained to serve Norwegian-Americans. Includes his emigration diary, letters, ministerial record books, photographs, clippings, and articles. Clausen served congregations in…

AbstractReminiscences, 1960. "Pioneer Incidents as Told by My Mother," Hegbert Township, Swift County, Minnesota; and seven family letters (1885-1916) translated by Conrad Byre.ContentsArticle. Note: Nearly all the people mentioned in the letters are…

ContentsArticles of a Norwegian-born clergyman. "Mod Bennett-Loven, vidnesbyrd og grunde," 8 pages, no date. The Bennett-Law, passed in 1889, required school attendance of children from 7 to 14 years of age in Wisconsin. The stipulation that…

P0043_VEBoe.pdf
Born at Rennesø, Stavanger and immigrated in 1892. Attended St. Olaf College academy 1895-1899 and U.C. Seminary (1900-1903). Served as a Lutheran minister in Finley for 30 years. Editor, "Luthersk Menighedsblad," (1910-12); associate editor,…

Three lectures delivered over WCAL, St. Olaf College radio station, in October of 1948; an obituary, a letter, and a postcard and photograph.

Memoirs of a Lutheran minister's wife, Bolette Stud Bergh (Mrs. Johannes E. Bergh), who lived at Sacred Heart, Minnesota from 1872-1905.

Letters to a Norwegian-born farmer at Sunburgh, Minnesota. Correspondents include Thorstein Berg, Johannes Halvorson, Bjug A. Harstad, T. T. Kopseng, T. P. Satner, and Johannes Tingelstad. All in Norwegian.

Copies of transcripts of letters written by Hans Jacob and by Johan Gotfred Gasmann, who emigrated from Skien. December 18, 1943 and May 9, 1847. Biographical data collected by Alfred Gasmann, Skien, Norway, and J. S. Schneider concerning Hans Jacob…

Et myrdet folk, or "A Murdered People," concerning the plight of Native Americans, ran serially (9 parts) in "Morgenposten," Oslo, after the author's visit to the United States in 1913. Hulda was Arne Garborg's wife.

A photograph and clippings of articles which appeared in Decorah-Posten dealing with life in the Red River Valley. Foss, journalist and author, emigrated in 1887.Contents:"Husmandsguten" published in "Ved Arnen" (1953 in 1877). Transferred from P.A.…
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