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Norwegians, Swedes and More

Ancestors and Descendants of Loren H. and Mavis M. Winge Amundson

by Loren H. Amundson

  • 399 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy, heraldry, names and honours,
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference / Genealogy,
  • Reference,
  • Benson family,
  • Norwegian Americans,
  • Swedish Americans

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8832135M
    ISBN 101589395506
    ISBN 109781589395503

      That’s where the Swedes came in. Current estimates of the number of Swedes living and working in Norway hover betw and , it’s thought that there Swedes in Oslo. "Staunch Norwegians Settled Upper Fall River Early in " Eureka Herald. Aug. 21, [1 p.]. (Reel: E ). "Swedes and Norwegians Important Factor in Settlement Here in " Belleville Telescope. May 7, [1 p.]. (Reel: B ). U.S. General Land Office. Kort Beskrivelese Over Det Offentlige Land I de Forende Stater I Amerika.

      A fortnight later the two Danes were writing a book about their adventures, the two Norwegians were building a raft to escape and the two Swedes were still waiting to be introduced. Harry Watson. “It is hard to read this book without being impressed by how much Norwegians and Swedes [in the United States] had in common and how their interactions—through marriage, neighborliness, shared education, and religious faith—strengthened those commonalities without ever erasing completely the lines of difference that most, on either side.

      A study by Kirsti Matlerud and Kjersti Ulrisken in the journal Patient Education and Counseling (“Norwegians fear fatness more than anything else”–A qualitative study of normative newspaper message on obesity and health) looked at how newspapers in that affluent country sent messages on body weight. They found in a public survey. People from Sweden made up the second-largest group of Scandinavians to immigrate into North Dakota, but their numbers were much smaller than the Norwegians. About 15 times as many Norwegians as Swedes settled in the state. In , about 40 Swedish families moved into northern Burleigh County.


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Norwegians, Swedes and More - Destination Dakota Territory - Amundson-Magnus [Amundson, Loren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Norwegians, Swedes and More - Destination Dakota Territory - Amundson-Magnus5/5(2).

"Norwegians, Swedes and More" provides a synopsis of our ancestral family components; Norwegians and Swedes as well as those of French, German, English and Canadian descent by way of the St.

Lawrence Seaway in Quebec and upstate New York. Part I, Destination Dakota Territory, describes Loren's multifaceted family from all of the above backgrounds and finds Reviews: Swedes and More book.

Norwegians, Swedes and More Book Five: Hamre-Aker [Loren H. Amundson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Norwegians, Swedes and More provides a synopsis of our ancestral family components; Norwegians and Swedes as well as those of French4/5(1).

I am a Dane who has lived in Sweden with a girlfriend whose mother is Norwegian. I've got a good impression about the difference between the various Scandinavian people. Swedes: Go around in clothes with colors like skiwear. Swedes and More book are used to work.

Norwegians, Swedes and More provides a synopsis of our ancestral family components; Norwegians and Swedes as well as those of the French, German, English and Canadian sescent by way of the St.

Lawrence Seaway in Quebec and upstate New York. Part I, Destination Dakota Territory describes Loren's multifaceted family from all of the above backgrounds and finds.

The book brings out many interesting issues, but mainly concludes that Swedes and Norwegians in the States have mainly always got along. I liked it but somehow wish it had said more. flag Like see review3/5. "Norwegians, Swedes and More" provides a synopsis of our ancestral family components; Norwegians and Swedes as well as those of French, German, English, and Canadian descent by way of the St.

Lawrence Seaway in Quebec and upstate New York. Part I, Destination Dakota Territory, describes Loren's multifaceted family from all of the above backgrounds. Get the How to Work in Denmark Book for more tips on finding a job in Denmark, succeeding at work, and understanding your Danish boss.

It can be ordered via Amazon or or from any bookstore using the ISBN Contact Kay to ask about bulk purchases, or visit our books site to find out how to get the eBook. You can also book a. Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Amundson, Loren H.

Norwegians, Swedes and more. College Station, TX: Pub. To early American immigrants, nineteenth-century newcomers from the Scandinavian peninsula likely seemed all of a type.

to immigrants hailing from Norway and Sweden, however, differences in language, culture, and religion sorted them into distinct groupings: not Scandinavian, but Norwegian or Swedish—and proud of their : Dag Blanck, Philip J.

Anderson. Norwegians, Swedes and More Book Four: Benson-Johnson Loren Amundson This book is the fourth of six about these families, each containing the same core of material to set the stage for individual family presentations.

The page claims "the vast majority" of Norwegians are Lutherans. This is not true; a large Norwegian newspaper, Aftenposten, have found out that no more than % of the norwegian population answers "yes" at the question "do you believe in God".

Unlike the Norwegians, the Swedes didn’t find oil, but that didn’t stop them from building what the latest CIA World Factbook calls “an enviable standard of living.” Neither country is a utopia, as readers of the crime novels by Stieg Larsson, Henning Mankell and Jo Nesbø will know.

For Norwegians, it is just practical to have a backpack In Sweden It is more common to see women in beautiful dresses Wearing running shoes Welcome to Scandinavia Where being practical prevails Swedes and Norwegians like to say that they are very different They are - no doubt about that - in a Scandinavian perspective.

Hygge Gets Heave-Ho as Swedes, Norwegians Join the Fun. has written a book about it, of course, is more ephemeral, less quantifiable, than coziness, though Mr. Wiking marshals some. Reviews ‘A very concise and entertaining book about Norwegians and the Norwegian culture. I have already recognised a lot of cultural patterns and I’m looking forward to discussing these excerpts with my Norwegian friends’ Reviewed by KK ‘My Norwegian friend recommended this hilarious and funny book.

Chapter is Norwegians and Swedes in Willmar, Minnesota, in the Early Twentieth Century: Neighbors, Friends, Schoolmates, and Lovers Byron J Nordstrom Chapter 16 The Basis for Pan-Scandinavian Cooperation in Minneapolis-St. Paul: Nordic Involvement in American Politics Prior to David C. Mauk Author: Philip J.

Anderson. Who drinks the most in Scandinavia. The Fins, Swedes, Danes or Norwegians. I'm in Stockholm, Sweden talking to local barman Teo, who ranks the countries. Time for a break from alcohol. Join the. To early American immigrants, nineteenth-century newcomers from the Scandinavian peninsula likely seemed all of a type.

to immigrants hailing from Norway and Sweden, however, differences in language, culture, and religion sorted them into distinct groupings: not Scandinavian, but Norwegian or Swedish—and proud of their lineage. Norwegian Americans are primarily descendants of 19th or early 20th century farmer or working class people who emigrated to North America to farm rural areas, and thus represent a somewhat narrow segment of the Norwegian population and culture at the time, with a more limited connection to Norwegian urban culture as well as middle or upper Midwest: 2.

By there were 9, Norwegians in Wisconsin, and by they numbe, and by they numbe The Norwegians outnumbered the Swedes and Danes two to one in the s, but these two groups together outnumbered the Norwegians by a few thousands twenty years later.The swedes have the same thing, but they pick on Denmark as well as Norway.

In reality we like the Swedes (but nobody will admit it), and the collective opinion is that they are decent people, even though they take all the jobs in some sectors in. If there are incentives for Norwegians to hire Swedes, the incentives are even greater for the Swedes.

Norway has higher wages, shorter workweeks, and Swedes are granted a tax break for their first two years. The Norwegian krone is also worth more than the Swedish krona. As I write this, the exchange rate is 1 Norwegian krone to Swedish : The Billfold.