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American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1944
Contents: Sweden’s Profile in America, by Alva & Gunnar Myrdal; The Long Sleep: An Essay on Swedish Nationalism, by John Lindberg; A Swedish Officer of Charles XII Directs a Settlement in Colonial Louisiana, by Adolph B. Benson; & the House on Queen Christina’s Land Grant, by Ormond Rambo, Jr. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1945
Contents: Swedish-American Cultural Relations, 1925-1945, by Wollmar F. Bostrom; The Swedes of Texas, by Carl M. Rosenquist; A Swedish Community in Kansas, by C. Terence Pihlblad; The Agricultural Revolution & Swedish Emigration, by O. Fritiof Ander; The Bishop Hill Settlement, by David E. Lindstrom; & Olof Gustaf Hedstrom, by Evald Benjamin Lawson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1946
Contents: The Museum’s New Curator, by Naboth Hedin; John Lindmark: Versatile Swedish Immigrant in New York, by Adolph B. Benson; The Bell That Hung in a Dream, by Paul H. Elmen; The Early Swedish Settlements of Washington, by Svante Lofgren; The Swedes of Oregon, by William Carlson Smith; Family Changes in Three Generations of Swedes, by Eleanor E. Torrell; The Stonecutters of Concord, New Hampshire, by Thorsten Kalijarvi; & The Beginnings of a New Sweden in Maine, by Clifford & Marguerite Wieden. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1947
Contents: A History of the American Consular Office at Goteborg, Sweden, by LaMar D. Mulliner; A Diplomat Departs, by William P. Kennedy; Swedish Emigrant Guide Books of the Early 1850s, by Martha Angstrom; An Early Swedish Settlement in Michigan, by Grace G. Albinson; Some Swedish Business Pioneers in Washington, by Svante Lofgren; & Some American Scandinavian Psychologists, by Nils Y. Wessell. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1948
A Pioneer Issue. Contents: The First Pioneers: The Rambo Family, by Ormond Rambo, Jr.; Background of the Swedish Pioneer Immigration, 1840-1850, by Gunnar Westin; A Wisconsin Pioneer: Gustaf Unonius & His “Recollections,” by Axel J. Uppvall; A California Pioneer: John Brown, by Marshall W.S. Swan; & Swedish Pioneers & the Discovery of Gold in Alaska, by Leland H. Carlson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1949
Contents: Oscar Rambo, Jr.; Charles Springer of Christina, by Courtland B. & Ruth L. Springer; The Swedes Come to Utah, by Raymond E. Lindgren; Swante Palm & His Books, by Harry Ransom; The Earlier Swedes in Colorado, by Elmer Carlson; & Judge George E. Q. Johnson, by Leland H. Carlson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1952
Contents: In Memoriam: Colonel Emil Tyden & Albert Ivar Appleton; A Kentucky Colonel at the Court of Charles XV, by Olof von Feilitzen; The Swedish Theater of Chicago, by Henriette C.K. Naeseth; From the Diary of a Pioneer Clergyman, by Evald Benjamin Lawson; The Swedish Pioneers of Northeastern Connecticut, by Ruth Carlson Shirley; Aaron Burr in Sweden, by Adolph B. Benson; & An Immigrant Tale from Utah, by Patricia Ann Larson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1957
Contents: Cultural Ties between the United Statees & Sweden in the Postwar Years, by Erik Boheman; The Finland-Swedes & Their Cultural Organizations, by Anders M. Myhrman; Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, by Henry Goddard Leach; The Cathedral Church of the New Jerusalem, by Franklyn K. Morris; Swedish Officers in the American Revolution, by Amandus Jonson; & Jenny Lind in English & American Verse, by Adolph B. Benson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1958
Contents: Editorial:Tthe American Treaty with Sweden, 1783; The First Swedish Consul in Boston, by Florence Anderson; The Story of My Swedish Forefathers: How They Became Americans, by Samuel B. Sturgis, M.D.; Two Eminent “Svantes” in Texas, by Henry Goddard Leach; Nurse on a Magic Carpet, by Anna Anderson Grocock; The Mystery of a Swedish Bell in Boston, by Adolph B. Benson; & New Light on the Swedish Mormons, by Adolph B. Benson. Illus.
American Swedish Historical Museum: Yearbook -- 1959
Contents: New Swedish Activities in the United States, by Gunnar Jarring; A Husband for the Prima Donna, by Frances Cavanah; August Wetterman -- California Pioneer, by Ruby Lindberg; Swedish Members of The American Philosophical Society, by Adolph B. Benson; John Paul Jones & the Swedes, by Amandus Johnson; The Poem That Won Sibelius, by T. Morris Longstreth; Swedish Leaders in the American Industry of Explosives, by Adolph B. Benson; The Forest Primeval, by Henry Goddard Leach; Transcription of Proclamation (Thanksgiving March 1782); & John Hanson, by Amandus Johnson. Illus.
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