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MAP: Sweden & Norway: 1875

By: N/A

Price: $7.95

Publisher: Reproduction map of original:

Seller ID: M39


Edward Weller’s map entitled Sweden & Norway was first issued in London in 1875. Showing the internal provincial subdivisions in each country, the map also locates railroad lines, principal rivers, cities, towns and many villages. View more info

NORWEGIAN RECIPES - Old-time Favorites

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Price: $6.95

Publisher: Penfield Press:

Seller ID: 043047


Norwegian-American cooks are known for their use of almond and dill for delicate and flavorful seasonings. This handy book features a variety of tastes, including the old favorites of delicious cookies, light cakes, sweet breads, and lefse, and the traditional root vegetables. Try fruit juice glogg, cheese soup, strawberry nut bread, baked trout, potato balls, almond cake, caramel ice, and much more. View more info

TIME- HONORED NORWEGIAN RECIPES

By: N/A

Price: $6.95

Publisher: Penfield Press:

Seller ID: 043276


Adapted to the American Kitchen. A mini version of our wildly successful 1974 Vesterheim cookbook, this title features more than 65 recipes from the original, plus exquisite photos of silver pieces from Vesterheim Norwegian American Museum in Decorah, Iowa. Recipes include cauliflower soup, fish and shrimp in pastry shells, pork tenderloin, glazed carrots, rye bread, sour cream waffles, duchess cake, stacked cookies, red berry pudding with cream, and apple pie. View more info

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Farm Recipes and Food Secrets from the Norske Nook

By: Helen Myhre with Mona Vold

Price: $21.95

Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press: April 2001

Seller ID: 172341


When a small-town cafe in Osseo, Wisconsin, was praised for "some of the world's best pies" in the best-selling guidebook Roadfood, Helen Myhre and the Norske Nook became famous! The same home-cooking tips Helen shared on Late Night with David Letterman she now shares with you. From breads to gravies, meats to jellies, and of course, that celebrated sour cream raisin pie, Myhre shows you how to bring a rich, thick slice of Midwest cooking into your kitchen. View more info

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Norway to America: A History of the Migration

By: Ingrid Semmingsen, translated by Einar Haugen

Price: $16.95

Publisher: University of Minnesota Press: 1980

Seller ID: 610002


Traces the movement of both groups and individuals from Norway to the American Midwest and Pacific coast states.The story of Norwegian immigration to the United States is full of drama and pathos. Between 1815 and 1915 as many as thirty-five million people came to the United States from Norway. This book tells the story of that migration as it affected both nations and investigates the reasons for this "American Fever." Rich in history, the tale ends with a d... View more info

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The Rise of Jonas Olsen: A Norwegian Immigrant’s Saga

By: Johannes B. Wist, translated by Orm Øverland, foreword by Todd W. Nichol

Price: $29.95

Publisher: University of Minnesota Press: 2005

Seller ID: 64750X


A novel of one man's trials and ambiguous triumphs as a newcomer to America.The road to riches for the hero of this sweeping historical novel ends up being rockier than he initially expects. Norwegian immigrant Jonas Olsen arrives in late nineteenth-century Minneapolis with little money and less English. He quickly learns to reinvent himself-from laboring in sewer construction to building a successful dry goods business, from losing everything in a banking collapse t... View more info

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Norwegian Connections from Artic Fjord to American Prairie

By: Judy Jacobson

Price: $29.95

Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc:

Seller ID: 351500


In the tradition of his two earlier volumes for Genealogical Publishing Company, Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828 and Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828, Volume II, David Dobson has compiled a new list of vessels that traveled from Scottish to North American ports between 1830 and 1860. The purpose of the volume is to enable researchers to link their immigrant ancestors' first whereabouts in America with their port of embarkation in Scotland, and thus pos... View more info

NORWEGIAN TOUCHES - History, Recipes, Folk Arts

By: Louise Roalson and Joan Liffring-Zug Bourret

Price: $14.95

Publisher: Penfield Press:

Seller ID: 043179


This book tells the stories of Norwegian immigrants, their ancestors, and their descendents. It includes great Norwegians and great Norwegian recipes, including meatballs, beef soup, lutefisk, cod chowder, dumplings, cucumber salad, lefse, coffee braid, gingerbread, prince's cake, kringle, and lemon fromage with raspberry sauce. Norwegian Touches is beautifully designed and illustrated with about 80 photographs, half of them in full color. Featured tourist attractions i... View more info

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The Promise Fulfilled: A Portrait of Norwegian Americans Today

By: Odd S. Lovoll

Price: $29.95

Publisher: University of Minnesota Press: 1998

Seller ID: 628327


On October 9, 1825, the sloop Restauration sailed into New York harbor with the first fifty-three Norwegian immigrants to America. In the next 100 years over 800,000 people would leave Norway to become members of a proud new community in the United States. Today, the Norwegian American population numbers nearly 4 million-almost as many people as live in Norway.The Promise Fulfilled is an enlightening-and not uncritical-consideration of Norwegian American history, con... View more info

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The Follinglo Dog Book: A Norwegian Pioneer Story from Iowa

By: Peder Gustav Tjernagel, Foreword by Wayne Franklin, Afterword by Peter Tjernagel Harstad

Price: $19.95

Publisher: University of Iowa Press:

Seller ID: 45678X


The Follinglo Dog Book both is and is not about dogs. The dogs are certainly here: from Milla to Chip the Third, we encounter a procession of heroic if often unfortunate creatures who, along with their immigrant masters, led a hard life on the nineteenth-century American frontier. However, if you pick up this book thinking it will offer a heartwarming read about canine experiences, you will find yourself reinformed by the way it unfolds.Instead, these are the stories... View more info