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Recent Publications

The Norwegian-American Historical Association maintains a well-respected and thriving publication program. Please click on a title below for information. Here is a list of all our current works, ordered by date of publication.

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Two Homelands: A Historian Considers His Life and Work
By Odd S. Lovoll (2018, in partnership with MNHS Press)

After decades of telling other's stories, former NAHA editor Odd S. Lovoll places his own life in the larger context of Norwegian and Norwegian-American experiences from World War II to the present day. Available from MNHS Press.
From America to Norway Vol. 4

From America to Norway: Norwegian-American Immigrant Letters
1838-1914, Volume Four, Indexes

Edited and translated by Orm Øverland (2018)

The fourth and final book in the series, this volume provides indexes to the three volumes of letters. The content is indexed by sender, recipient, place of origin, and destination. A biographical and thematic index are also included. 
From America to Norway Vol. 3

From America to Norway: Norwegian-American Immigrant Letters
1838-1914, Volume Three, 1893-1914

Edited and translated by Orm Øverland (2016)

The third in a series of three volumes of immigrant letters written in the United States and mailed to friends and family in Norway.

From America to Norway: Norwegian-American Immigrant Letters
1838-1914, Volume Two, 1871-1892

Edited and translated by Orm Øverland (2014)

The second in a series of three volumes of immigrant letters written in the United States and mailed to friends and family in Norway.

Provisional Index to Vol. 1 and 2

From America to Norway: Norwegian-American Immigrant Letters
1838-1914, Volume One, 1838-1870

Edited and translated by Orm Øverland (2012)

The first in a series of three volumes of immigrant letters written in the United States and mailed to friends and family in Norway. The letters, donated to the Norwegian National Archives and originally published in their original form in Norwegian, illustrate the Norwegian immigrant experience in a highly personal manner.

 

 
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