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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.

Manuscript volume of 4 poems about immigration to America. Bergh was a teacher at Luther College, 1868-1872. Born in Voss to Ellef Storksen Berge, he emigrated in 1857 and taught in Liberty Prairie, Wisconsin and Big Canoe, Iowa. Representative in…

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.

Haandbog for emigranter til Amerikas vest is a typewritten copy (circa 1930) of a published work (1847) by Fribert, a former Danish official, who farmed near Pine Lake, Wisconsin, from 1843 to about 1847. Although containing comments on Native…

Correspondence of a Norwegian-born Dane County, Wisconsin, farmer. The letters (1876-1884) were written from Winona, Minnesota; East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Canton, South Dakota; and Auburndale, Wisconsin.Contents:Correspondence Vaccination…
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