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Anders Olsson in British Columbia: Six Letters, 1906-1908
1. Anders Olsson in British Columbia: Six Letters, 1906-1908
Book Review: Becoming Swedish-American: The Construction of an Ethnic Identity in the Augustana Synod,
2. Book Review: Becoming Swedish-American: The Construction of an Ethnic Identity in the Augustana Synod, 1860-1917 by Dag Blanck
Book Review: On the Left in America: Memoirs of the Scandinavian-American Labor Movement by Henry Bengtson
3. Book Review: On the Left in America: Memoirs of the Scandinavian-American Labor Movement by Henry Bengtson
Book Review: The Rise and Fall of New Sweden: Governor Johan Risingh's Journal, 1654-1655, in its Historical
4. Book Review: The Rise and Fall of New Sweden: Governor Johan Risingh's Journal, 1654-1655, in its Historical Context by Stellan Dahlgren and Hans Norman

Death at Kansas Lake: A Study of Justice and Frontier Culture in Swedish America, Part II
5. Death at Kansas Lake: A Study of Justice and Frontier Culture in Swedish America, Part II
Night Buckets and Trick-or-Treaters: Notes on Swedish-American Inmates at Minnesota State Prison, 1858-1914
6. Night Buckets and Trick-or-Treaters: Notes on Swedish-American Inmates at Minnesota State Prison, 1858-1914
The Dinkeytown Murder: A Study of Violence, Media Response, and Immigrant Assimilation in Nineteenth-Century
7. The Dinkeytown Murder: A Study of Violence, Media Response, and Immigrant Assimilation in Nineteenth-Century Minnesota
Vilhelm Moberg, the Emigrant Novels, and Their Changing Readers
8. Vilhelm Moberg, the Emigrant Novels, and Their Changing Readers

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