NAHA Header

NAHA Logo

The Content of Studies and Records, Volumes 1-20
    Compilied by Helen Thane Katz (Volume 20: Page 197)

Unfortunately the editors have not as yet found it possible to prepare and publish a complete analytical index to the articles and documents that have appeared in the approximately 4,000 pages comprising the first twenty volumes of Studies and Rec-ords. It is hoped that ultimately such an index will be made available. Meanwhile, we trust that the present classified list of materials published in this series since 1926 will be a helpful guide. Its usefulness may prove to be negative as well as positive. It lists studies in the range of bibliography and research; biography; church and religion; community and region; education and scholarship; the emigrant journey; immigrant journals, let-ters, and memoirs; immigration and assimilation; literature, art, and verse; newspapers; the Association’s program and policies; politics; the area comprising the Rocky Mountains, the west coast, Canada, and Alaska; and technology.

In these several classifications and as a whole, the items here listed constitute a substantial addition to the historiography of American immigration and more particularly to the story of the Norwegian immigrant in our national life. At the same time, however, such a classification inevitably reveals areas largely un-exploited yet rich in potentialities for further research and publi-cation. Some idea of the possibilities that face us may be had by comparing the present list, and indeed all the forty volumes issued by the Association thus far, with ideas for the future as sketched in the article entitled “The Second Twenty-five Years,” published in volume 17. The editors will welcome suggestions of topics for consideration as we enter upon the second score of vol-umes in the present series. Documents of interest and signifi-cance, given appropriate editorial setting; essays on aspects of immigrant history to which little attention has been devoted; new interpretations traversing old and familiar chapters in the larger story; biographical and bibliographical studies and guides to such contributions these volumes offer the sanctuary of print and permanence. Ed.

HELEN THANE KATZ
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND RESEARCH
MATERIALS
(See also no. 37.)

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A. Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-American History, XV, XVI. 19:189-198, 20:213-
226 (1956, 1959). 1

HODNEFIELD, JACOB. Norwegian-American Bygdelags and Their Publications. 18: 163-222 (1954). 2
-----Some Recent Publications Relating to Norwegian-Ameri-can History, I-XIV. 5:122-133, 6:168-182, 7:74-92, 8:136- 161, 9:106-118, 10:176-188, 11:160-168, 12:178-187, 13:179- 185, 14:235-243, 15:210-218, 16:190-200, 17:159-165, 18:223- 232 (1980, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1944,
1949, 1950, 1952, 1954). 3

LARSON, LAURENCE M. The Collection and Preservation of
Sources. 9:95-105 (1936). 4

NATIONAL ARCHIVES. Materials in the National Archives Relat-ing to the Scandinavian Countries. 13:163-170 (1943). 5
A report compiled in the office of the director of reference service in the National Archives at Washington.

QUALEY, CARLTON C. A Hunt for Norwegian-American Records. 7:95-1920 (1933). 6

SOLUM, NORA O. The Sources of the Rølvaag Biography.
11:150-159 (1940). 7

STUDIES AND RECORDS. The Content of Studies and Records, Volumes 1-20. 20:97-209 (1959). 8

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
(See also nos. 7, 31, 50, 52, 78, 87, 90, 120, 122, 123, 132, 134, 135, 157, 162, 165, 169, 170.)

BJORK, KENNETH 0. “Snowshoe” Thompson: Fact and Legend. 19:62-88 (1956). 9
-----The Unknown Rølvaag: Secretary in the Norwegian-American Historical Association. 11 : 114-149 (1940). 10

BØE, A. SOPHIE. Lars Davidson Reque: Pioneer. 6: 30-52 (1931). 11

GJERSET, KNUT. A Norwegian-American Landnamsman: Ole S. Gjerset. 3:82-100(1928). 12

HAUGEN, EINAR. O. E. Rølvaag: Norwegian-American. 7:53-73 (1933). 13

HEG, E. BIDDLE. Stephen O. Himoe, Civil War Physician. 11:30-56 (1940). 14

HEITMANN, JOHN. Ole Edvart Rølvaag. 12:144-166 (1941). 15

HODNEFIELD, JACOB. Erik L. Petersen. 15:176-184 (1949). 16

JACOBSON, ABRAHAM. A Pioneer Pastor’s Journey to Dakota in 1861. 6:53-65 (1981). 17
Translated by J. N. Jacobson.

KNAPLUND, PAUL. Rasmus B. Anderson, Pioneer and Crusader. 18:28-43 (1954). 18

LARSEN, KAREN. A Contribution to the Study of the Adjustment of a Pioneer Pastor to American Conditions: Laur. Larsen, 1857-1880. 4:1-14 (1929). 19

NAESETH, HENRIETTE C. Koren. Kristian Prestgard: An Appreciation. 15:131-139 (1949). 20

NILSEN, EVELYN. Buslett’s Editorship of Normannen from 1894 to 1896. 12:128-143 (1941). 21

OLSEN, JULIUS E. Ole Edvart Rølvaag, 1876-1931: In Memoriam. 7:121-130 (1988). 22

PAULSON, ARTHUR C. Bjørnson and the Norwegian-Americans, 1880-81. 5:84-109 (1930). 23

QUALEY, CARLTON C., trans. and ed. Claus L. Clausen, Pioneer Pastor and Settlement Promoter: Illustrative Documents. 6:12-29 (1931). 24
-----Jørgen Gjerdrum’s Letters from America, 1874-75. 11 :82-97 (1940). 25

REYMERT, MARTIN L. James Denoon Reymert and the Norwegian Press. 12:79-90 (1941). 26

RISTAD, D. G. A Doctrinaire Idealist: Hans Barlien. 3: 13-22 (1928). 27

RYGG, A. N. Notes and Documents: Karel Hansen Toll. 14:244-248 (1944). 28

SCOTT, FRANKLIN D. Søren Jaabæk, Americanizer in Norway: A Study in Cultural Exchange. 17 :84-107 (1952). 29

CHURCH AND RELIGION
(See also nos. 16, 19, 61, 67, 79, 106, 128, 150.)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. Norwegian-Danish Methodism on the Pacific Coast. 19:89-115 (1956). 30

BJORK, KENNETH O., ed. Thorstein Veblen and St. Olaf College: A Group of Letters by Thorbjørn N. Mohn. 15:122-130 (1949). 31

CADBURY, HENRY J. The Norwegian Quakers of 1825. 1 : 60-94 (1926). 32

GLASOE, PAUL MAURICE. A Singing Church. 13:92-107 (1943). 33

HANSEN, MARCUS L. Immigration and Puritanism. 9:1-28 (1936). 34

JACOBSON, CLARA. Memories from Perry Parsonage. 14: 139-158 (1944). 35

MULDER, WILLIAM. Norwegian Forerunners among the Early
Mormons. 19:46-61 (1956). 36

ROHNE, J. MAGNUS. The Historical Value of Church Records. 3:73-81 (1928). 37
-----trans. and ed. Report of the Annual Meeting of the Haugean Churches Held at Lisbon, Illinois, in June, 1854. 4:15-42 (1929). 38

STEPHENSON, GEORGE M. Norwegian-American Church History. 2:104-109 (1927). 39

SWANSEN, H. F. The Norwegian Quakers of Marshall County, Iowa. 10:127-134 (1938). 40

COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL STUDIES
(See also nos. 35, 40, 80, 82, 85, 91, 95, 99, 107.)

BAKKEN, HENRY H., ed. Pioneers in Dakota Territory, 1879-89. 13:1-45 (1943). 41 The memoirs of Carl M. Grimstad.

BRANDT, MRS. R. O. Social Aspects of Prairie Pioneering: The Reminiscences of a Pioneer Pastor’s Wife. 7: 1-46 (1933). 42

CANUTESON, RICHARD. A Little More Light on the Kendall Colony. 18:82-101 (1954). 43

DE PILLIS, MARIO S. Still More Light on the Kendall Colony: A Unique Slooper Letter. 20:24-31 (1959). 44 An analysis of a letter from a group of sloopers and Cleng Peerson.

ERICKSON, ALFRED 0. Scandinavia, Wisconsin. 15:185-209 (1949). 45 Fort Thompson in the Eighties: A Communication. 8: 162 (1934). 46 A letter from the Reverend P. J. Reinertsen of Onawa, Iowa.

HAUGEN, EINAR. Norwegians at the Indian Forts on the Missouri River during the Seventies. 6:89-121(1931). 47

HOVDE, BRYNJOLF J., trans. and ed. Chicago as Viewed by a Norwegian Immigrant in 1864. 3:65-72 (1928). 48

KOHT, HALVDAN. Notes and Documents: Norway, Maine. 13:186-188(1943). 49

NAESETH, CAROLINE MATHILDE KOREN. Memories from Little Iowa Parsonage. 13:66-74 (1943). 50 Translated and edited by Henriette C. Koren Naeseth.

NYDAHL, THEODORE. Social and Economic Aspects of Pioneering as Illustrated in Goodhue County, Minnesota. 5 :50-60 (1930). 51

OSLAND, BIRGER. Norwegian Clubs in Chicago. 192:105-127 (1941). 52

QUALEY, CARLTON C. A Typical Norwegian Settlement: Spring Grove, Minnesota. 9 :54-66 (1936). 53

REIERSEN, JOHAN R. Norwegians in the West in 1844: A Contemporary Account. 1 : 110-125 (1926). 54
Translated and edited by Theodore C. Blegen.

RYGG, A. N. A Norwegian Settlement in Missouri. 13:108-113 (1943). 55

SWANSEN, H. F. The Sugar Creek Settlement in Iowa. 9: 38-44 (1936). 56

UNSTAD, LYDER L., trans. and ed. The First Norwegian Migration into Texas: Four America Letters. 8:39-57 (1934). 57

WÆRENSJOLD, MRS. ELISE. A Texas Manifesto. 20:32-45 (1959). 58
Translated and edited by Clarence A. Clausen.

WRIGHT, WALTER W. Notes and Documents: Norway, Maine. 15:219-222 (1949). 59

EDUCATION AND SCHOLARSHIP
(See also nos. 18, 108, 139).

BRONNER, HEDIN. A Centenary of Norwegian Studies in American Institutions of Learning. 20:158-169 (1959). 60

EVJEN, HENRY O. Scandinavian Students at Illinois State University. 11:17-29 (1940). 61

FLOM, GEORGE T. Norwegian Language and Literature in American Universities. 2:78-103 (1927). 62

GROSE, I. F. The Beginnings of St. Olaf College. 5 : 110-121 (1930). 63

LARSEN, KAREN, trans. and ed. A Newcomer Looks at American Colleges. 10: 107-126 (1938). 64
A diary kept by Laur, Larsen in 1866.

LARSON, LAURENCE M. The Norwegian Pioneer in the Field of American Scholarship. 2:62-77 (1927). 65

MUNCH, PETER A. History and Sociology. 20:46-57 (1959). 66

NARVESON, B. H. The Norwegian Lutheran Academies. 14: 184-226 (1944). 67

PAULSON, ARTHUR C., and BJORK, KENNETH 0., trans. and ed. A School and Language Controversy in 1858: A Documentary Study. 10:76-106 (1938). 68
Letters to Emigranten on the common-school controversy, written by Rasmus Sørensen, A. C. Preus, and a man who used the pseudonym of Jacob Andersen Loftstuen.

THE EMIGRANT JOURNEY
(See also nos. 11, 32, 54, 83, 114, 124).

CADBURY, HENRY J. Four Immigrant Shiploads of 1836 and 1837. 2:20-52 (1927). 69

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A. An Immigrant Shipload of 1840. 14:54-77 (1944). 70

COCK-JENSEN, H. An Emigrant Voyage in the Fifties. 1 : 126-133 (1926). 71
Translated by Karen Larsen.

ERICKSON, KARL E. The Emigrant Journey in the Fifties. 8:65- 91 (1934). 72
Edited by Albert 0. Barton.

GASMANN, JOHAN. From New York to Wisconsin in 1844. 5 :30-49 (1930). 73
Translated and edited by Carlton C. Qualey.

JACOBSON, CLARA. A Journey to America in the Fifties. 12:60-78 (1941). 74

LARSON, HENRIETTA, trans. and ed. An Immigration Journey to America in 1854. 3:58-64 (1928). 75
A letter written by Ole Olsen Østerud in 1854.
-----The Sinking of the “Atlantic” on Lake Erie. 4:92-98 (1929). 76
Excerpts from a letter written in 1852 by Erik Thorstad.

IMMIGRANT JOURNALS, LETTERS, AND MEMOIRS
(See also nos. 24, 25, 27, 41, 44, 48, 54, 56-58, 64, 73, 75, 76, 92, 99, 152-154, 156, 158, 161, 163, 164, 168.)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C., trans. and ed. Immigrant Women and the American Frontier: Three Early America Letters. 5:14-29 (1930). 77
Letters written by Jannicke Saehie, Henrietta Jessen, and Gun Endreson.

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A., trans. and ed. An Immigrant’s Advice on America: Some Letters of Søren Bache. 15 :77-84 (1949). 78
-----A Norwegian Schoolmaster Looks at America. 13:75-91 (1943). 79
An America letter of 1868.
-----Pioneer Town Building in the West: An America Letter Written by Frithjof Meidell at Springfield, Illinois, in 1855. 9:45-53 (1936). 80
-----The Trials of an Immigrant: The Journal of Ole K. Trovatten. 19: 142-159 (1956). 81

HASTVEDT, KNUDT OLSON. Recollections of a Norwegian Pioneer in Texas. 12:91-104 (1941). 82
Translated and edited by Clarence A. Clausen.

HOVDE, BRYNJOLF J., trans. and ed. Three Civil War Letters from 1862. 4:74-91 (1929). 83

HUSTVEDT, HALVOR B. The Missouri Flood of 1881. 9:77-94 (1936). 84 Translated by Katherine Hustvedt.

FOLKEDAHL, BEULAH. Sister Elizabeth Fedde’s Diary. 20:170-196 (1959). 85

JOHANSEN, JOHANNE5, and BACHE, SØREN. An Immigrant Exploration of the Middle West in 1839. 14:41-53 (1944). 86
A letter translated by the Verdandi Study Club.

JOHNSEN, ARNE ODD, ed. Johannes Nordboe and Norwegian Immigration: An America Letter of 1837. 8:23-38 (1934). 87

MALMIN, GUNNAR J. The Disillusionment of an Immigrant: Sjur Jørgensen Haaeim’s “Information on Conditions in North America.” 3:1-12 (1928). 88

REIERSEN, JOHAN R. Behind the Scenes of Emigration: A Series of Letters from the 1840’s. 14:78-116 (1944). 89
Translated by Carl 0. Paulson and the Verdandi Study Club; edited by Theodore C. Blegen.

WESTERGAARD, WALDEMAR, trans. and ed. Marcus Thrane in America: Some Unpublished Letters from 1880-1884. 9:67-76 (1936). 90

IMMIGRATION AND ASSIMILATION
(See also nos. 2, 12, 29, 34, 36, 42, 88, 117, 159.)

BARTON, ALBERT 0. Norwegian-American Emigration Societies of the Forties and Fifties. 3:23-42 (1928). 91

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Immigrant Image of America. 19:1-14 (1956). 92
The opening chapter of Land of Their Choice: The Immigrants Write Home, published by the University of Minnesota Press in 1955.

BØE, A. SOPHIE, trans. and ed. Emigration as Viewed by a Nor-wegian Student of Agriculture in 1850: A. Budde’s “From a Letter about America.” 3:43-57 (1928). 93
With an introduction by Theodore C. Blegen.

GATES, PAUL W. The Campaign of the Illinois Central Railroad for Norwegian and Swedish Immigrants. 6:66-88 (1931). 94

GJERSET, KNUT, and HEKTOEN, LUDVIG. Health Conditions and the Practice of Medicine among the Early Norwegian Settlers, 1825-1865. 1: 1-59 (1926). 95

HAUGEN, EINAR. Language and Immigration. 10:1-43 (1938). 96
-----Norwegian Migration to America. 18: 1-22 (1954). 97
The second chapter of Professor Haugen’s The Norwegian Language in America: A Study in Bilingual Behavior (Philadelphia, 1953).
-----The Struggle over Norwegian. 17: 1-35 (1952). 98

HODNEFIELD, JACOB, trans. and ed. Immigration as Viewed by a Norwegian-American Farmer in 1869. 2:58-61 (1927). 99
A letter from Ole Spillum, who immigrated to Wisconsin in 1845 or 1846.

HØVDE, BRYNJOLF J. Norwegian Migration to America before the Civil War. 6:162-167 (1931). 100
A review of Theodore C. Blegen, Norwegian Migratian to America, 1825- 1860 (Northfield, 1931).

JOHNSEN, ARNE ODD. Bjørnson’s Reaction to Emigration. 6:133-145 (1931). 101

KIMMERLE, MARJORIE M. Norwegian-American Surnames. 12: 1-32 (1941). 102

KOHT, HALVDAN. The Norwegians in America. 13:171-178 (1943). 103
A review of Theodore C. Blegen, Norwegian Migration to America: The American Transition (Northfield, 1940).
-----When America Called for Immigrants. 14:159-183 (1944). 104

LEWENHAUPT, A. An Official Report on Norwegian and Swedish Immigration, 1870. 13:46-65 (1943). 105
With a foreword by Theodore C. Blegen.

MALMIN, GUNNAR J., trans. and ed. Bishop Jacob Neumann’s Word of Admonition to the Peasants. 1:95-109 (1926). 106

MUNCH, PETER A. Segregation and Assimilation of Norwegian Settlements in Wisconsin. 18: 102-140 (1954). 107

ORE, OYSTEIN. Norwegian Emigrants with University Training, 1830-1880. 19:160-188 (1956). 108

SCHAFER, JOSEPH. Immigration and Social Amelioration. 4 :54-62 (1929). 109

SEMMINGSEN, INGRID GAUSTAD. Norwegian Emigration to America during the Nineteenth Century. 11:66-81 (1940). 110

STEPHENSON, GEORGE M. The Mind of the Scandinavian Immigrant. 4:63-73 (1929). 111

LITERATURE, ART, AND VERSE
(See also nos. 13, 15, 23, 62, 101.)

BARTON, ALBERT 0. Alexander Corstvet and Anthony M. Rud,
Norwegian-American Novelists. 6: 146-152 (1931). 112

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Ballad of Oleana: A Verse Translation. 14:117-121 (1944). 113
-----and MARTIN B. RUUD, trans. and ed. The Seventeenth of May in Mid-Atlantic: Ole Rynning’s Emigrant Song. 8:18-
22 (1934). 114

BØHN, TORA. A Quest for Norwegian Folk Art in America. 19: 116-141 (1956). 115

BUETOW, AILEEN BERGER. Our Vanguard: A Pioneer Play in Three Acts, with Prologue and Epilogue. 15:20-76 (1949). 116

GLASRUD, CLARENCE A. Boyesen and the Norwegian Immigration. 19:15-45 (1956). 117

HAUGEN, EINAR. Ibsen in America. 20:1-923 (1959). 118
-----A Norwegian-American Pioneer Ballad. 15 : 1-19 (1949). 119

HEITMANN, JOHN. Julius B. Baumann: A Biographical Sketch. 15:140-175 (1949). 120

HOIDAHL, AAGOT D. Norwegian-American Fiction, 1880-1928. 5:61-83 (1930). 121

JORGENSON, THEODORE. The Main Factors in Rølvaag’s Authorship. 10:135-151 (1938). 122

LARSON, LAURENCE M. Tellef Grundysen and the Beginnings of Norwegian-American Fiction. 8: 1-17 (1934). 123

ORE, OYSTEIN. Brother Ebben in His Native Country. 17: 36-46 (1952). 124

PAULSON, ARTHUR C., and BJORK, KENNETH 0. A Doll’s House on the Prairie: The First Ibsen Controversy in America. 11:1-16 (1940). 125

RØLVAAG, ELLA VALBORG. Norwegian Folk Narrative in America. 12:38-59 (1941). 126

RUUD, MARTIN B., trans. and ed. Norwegian Emigrant Songs. 2:1-19 (1927). 127

SWANSEN, H. F. A Pioneer Church Library. 11:57-65 (1940). 128

THORSON, GERALD, First Sagas in a New World: A Study of the Beginnings of Norwegian-American Literature. 17: 108-129 (1952). 129
-----The Novels of Peer Strømme. 18: 141-162 (1954). 130

WILT, NAPIER, and NAESETH, HENRIETTE C. KOREN. Two Early Norwegian Dramatic Societies in Chicago. 10:44-75 (1938). 131

NEWSPAPERS
(See also nos. 20, 21, 26, 68, 125, 143, 147, 151.)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. Knud Langeland: Pioneer Editor. 14:122-138 (1944). 132

LARSON, AGNES M. The Editorial Policy of Skandinaven, 1900-1903. 8:112-135 (1934). 133

RISTAD, D. G. Svein Nilsson, Pioneer Norwegian-American Historian. 9:29-37 (1936). 134

SOLBERG, CARL FREDRIK. Reminiscences of a Pioneer Editor.
1:134-144 (1926). 135
Edited by Albert O. Barton.

NORWEGIAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, PROGRAM AND POLICIES
(See also nos. 6, 10, 22, 100, 103, 155.)

BLEGEN, THEODORE C. The Second Twenty-five Years. 17: 149-158 (1952). 136

GJERSET, KNUT. The Norwegian-American Historical Museum.
6:153-161 (1931). 137

RISTAD, D. G. The Norwegian-American Historical Association.
1:147-151 (1926). 138

STOTT, FRANKLIN D. Controlled Scholarship and Productive Nationalism. 17: 130-148 (1952). 139
By-Laws of the Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1:156-159 (1926). 140
Certificate of Incorporation of the Norwegian-American His-
torical Association. 1 : 152-155 (1926). 141
Publications. Complete list, 920:9231-9246 (1959). 142

POLITICS
(See also nos. 132, 133.)

ANDERSEN, ARLOW W. Lincoln and the Union: A Study of the Editorials of Emigranten and Fædrelandet. 15:85-121 (1949). 143

LARSON, LAURENCE M. The Convention Riot at Benson Grove, Iowa, in 1876. 6:122-132 (1931). 144

STILL, BAYRD. Norwegian-Americans and Wisconsin Politics in the Forties. 8:58-64 (1934). 145

SWANSEN, H. F. The Attitude of the United States toward Norway in the Crisis of 1905. 4:43-53 (1929). 146

TOLO, HAROLD M. The Political Position of Emigranten in the Election of 1852: A Documentary Article. 8:92-111 (1934). 147

WESTERGAARD, WALDEMAR, trans. and ed. Marcus Thrane in Christiania. 20:143-157 (1959). 148

ROCKY MOUNTAINS, WEST COAST, CANADA, AND ALASKA
(See also nos. 9, 30.)

BJORK, KENNETH 0. Early Norwegian Settlement in the Rockies. 18:44-81 (1954). 149
-----Hvistendahl’s Mission to San Francisco, 1870-75. 16: 1-63 (1950). 150
-----Norwegian Gold Seekers in the Rockies. 17:47-83 (1952). 151

BRATRUD, OTTO M. Beating to Windward. 20:58-110 (1959).
Edited by Sverre Arestad. 152

CLAUSEN, CLARENCE A., trans. and ed. The Fraser River Gold Rush: An Immigrant Letter of 1858. 7:47-52 (1933). 153
An America letter written from Whatcom, Washington Territory.
-----Life in the Klondike and Alaska Gold Fields. 16: 120-160
(1950). 154
Ten letters that appeared in Washington posten and Tacoma tidende, 1898-1901.

GAUS, JOHN M. “With Great Price.” 20:210-212 (1959). 155
A review of Kenneth O. Bjork, West of the Great Divide: Norwegian Migration to the Pacific Coast, 1847-1893 (Northfield, 1958).

GRAVEM, KNUTE. Pioneering in Alaska. 20:111-142 (1959). 156

HOLAND, HJALMAR R. An Early Norwegian Fur Trader of the Canadian Northwest. 5 : 1-13 (1930). 157

IVERSON, O. B. From the Prairie to Puget Sound. 16:91-119 (1950). 158 Memoirs edited by Sverre Arestad.

JACKSON, THORSTINA. The Icelandic Communities in America: Cultural Backgrounds and Early Settlements. 3: 101-122 (1928). 159

KNAPLUND, PAUL. Norwegians in the Selkirk Settlement. 6: 1-11 (1931). 160

LOKKE, CARL L. From the Klondike to the Kougarok. 16:161-189 (1950). 161

PETERSON, ARTHUR S. The Introduction of Domesticated Reindeer into Alaska. 11:98-113 (1940). 162

SOLUM, NORA O. Oregon and Washington Territory in the 1870’s, as Seen through the Eyes of a Pioneer Pastor. 16:64-90 (1950). 163
The travels of A. E. Fridrichsen.

STABÆK, TOSTEN KITTELSEN. An Account of a Journey to California in 1852. 4:99-124 (1929). 164
Translated by Einar Haugen.

STORSETH, JOHN. Pioneering on the Pacific Coast. 13:133-162 (1943). 165
With a foreword by Einar Haugen.

TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES

BJORK, KENNETH 0. A Migration of Skills. 14:1-40 (1944). 166
-----Ole Evinrude and the Outboard Motor. 12: 167-177 (1941). 167
-----Pioneering on the Technical Front: A Story Told in
America Letters. 14:227-234 (1944). 168

HOUGEN, OLAF. Magnus Swenson, Inventor and Chemical Engineer. 10:152-175(1938). 169

MANNING, FLORENCE M. Carl G. Barth, 1860-1939: A Sketch. 13: 114-132 (1943). 170

<<   Previous Page   |   Next Page   >>


 
To the Home Page