Contributors (Volume VI: Page 183)
DR. PAUL KNAPLUND is professor of history in the University of Wisconsin. He is the author of Gladstone and Britain's Imperial Policy (1927) and of numerous articles published in the Canadian Historical Review, the Journal of Modern History, and other periodicals. He is a member of the Board of Editors of the Norwegian-American Historical Association.
MR. CARLTON C. QUALEY is a graduate student in history at the University of Minnesota, where he received the degree of master of arts in 1930.
MISS A. SOPHIE BØE of St. Paul, Minnesota, is a granddaughter of Lars Davidson Reque. She is known to the readers of the present series through her translation for volume 3, Studies and Records, of a rare emigration pamphlet.
MR. J. N. JACOBSON of Hills, Minnesota, is a nephew of the Reverend Abraham Jacobson. He is vice president of the Rock County Historical Society.
DR. PAUL W. GATES, assistant professor of history at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, has published articles on "The Disposal of the Public Domain in Illinois" and the "Land Policy of the Illinois Central Railroad" in the Journal of Economic and Business History for February and August, 1931. He is also the author of a study of "The Promotion of Agriculture by the Illinois Central Railroad, 1855-1870," published in Agricultural History for April, 1931.
DR. EINAR HAUGEN is assistant professor of Scandinavian and acting chairman of the Scandinavian department in the University of Wisconsin. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, and holds the degree of doctor of philosophy from the University of Illinois.
DR. LAURENCE M. LARSON, professor of history in the University of Illinois, is a member of the
Board of Editors of the
Norwegian-American Historical Association. He is the author of a
History of England (1923), Canute the Great and many other works.
MR. ARNE ODD JOHNSEN, Lysaker, Norway, is a student in the University of Oslo.
MR. ALBERT O. BARTON of Madison, Wisconsin, is the author of La Follette's Winning of Wisconsin and has published numerous studies in the Norwegian-American field. To volume of the present series he contributed an article on Norwegian emigration societies.
DR. KNUT GJERSET is professor of history at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa. He is also the director of the Norwegian-American Historical Museum. His writings include a History of the Norwegian People (1915), a History of Iceland and Norwegian Sailors on the Great Lakes (1928).
DR. BRYNJOLF J. HOVDE is an associate professor of history in the University of Pittsburgh. He spent the year 1980-151 in the Scandinavian countries as a fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He is the author of a volume entitled The Diplomatic Relations of the United States with Sweden and Norway (1921) and has published articles in the Journal of Political Economy, Current History, and other periodicals.
MR. JACOB HODENFIELD is head of the reference division in the James Jerome Hill Reference Library, St. Paul, Minnesota. He compiled for Studies and Records, volume 5, a record similar to that here published.