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''America Is, However, the Most Curious Country under the Sun'': The Civil War Letters of Colonel Ernst
1. ''America Is, However, the Most Curious Country under the Sun'': The Civil War Letters of Colonel Ernst von Vegesack, 1861-1863
''By the oaks of Mamre'': Swedish Lutheran Colonization on the Frontiers of Southwestern Iowa, 1870-1900
2. ''By the oaks of Mamre'': Swedish Lutheran Colonization on the Frontiers of Southwestern Iowa, 1870-1900
''Dear Tilda'': Letters to the Homestead
3. ''Dear Tilda'': Letters to the Homestead
''Faith of Our Fathers'': The Transformation of the Swedish Ethnic Churches in Worcester, Massachusetts
4. ''Faith of Our Fathers'': The Transformation of the Swedish Ethnic Churches in Worcester, Massachusetts

''For it flows with milk and honey,'' Two immigrant letters about Bishop Hill
5. ''For it flows with milk and honey,'' Two immigrant letters about Bishop Hill
''Hard Feelings'': Past and Present Attitudes of Canadian Finland-Swedes
6. ''Hard Feelings'': Past and Present Attitudes of Canadian Finland-Swedes
''I Always Been Working Hard'': Peter Bergstrom, Worker and Entrepreneur in Moorhead, Minnesota, 1898-1940
7. ''I Always Been Working Hard'': Peter Bergstrom, Worker and Entrepreneur in Moorhead, Minnesota, 1898-1940
''If Russia Decides to Annex Sweden, How Should We Swedish-Americans then Conduct Ourselves?''
8. ''If Russia Decides to Annex Sweden, How Should We Swedish-Americans then Conduct Ourselves?''

''Leaving Sweden, Entering Worcester''
9. ''Leaving Sweden, Entering Worcester''
''Lemons Left to Dry, Cold Fish Thrown Away'': Thoughts to Live By From a Swedish-American Pioneer Home
10. ''Lemons Left to Dry, Cold Fish Thrown Away'': Thoughts to Live By From a Swedish-American Pioneer Home
''Letters from the Promised Land'': Interpreting Ambiguities in Immigrant Letters
11. ''Letters from the Promised Land'': Interpreting Ambiguities in Immigrant Letters
''Little Dutch Girls' and Imperial Knights''
12. ''Little Dutch Girls' and Imperial Knights''

''My Book, I Have Neglected You Sorely'': Reading the Kravik-Lokensgaard Diaries
13. ''My Book, I Have Neglected You Sorely'': Reading the Kravik-Lokensgaard Diaries
''Nothing But A Hired Hand:'' Johan Person and the Swedish-American Press
14. ''Nothing But A Hired Hand:'' Johan Person and the Swedish-American Press
''Over the years I have encountered the hazards and rewards that await the historian of immigration'':
15. ''Over the years I have encountered the hazards and rewards that await the historian of immigration'': George Malcolm Stephenson and the Swedish-American Community
''Peasant Letters'' Revisited: The Immigrant Letter from a Folklorist's Perspective
16. ''Peasant Letters'' Revisited: The Immigrant Letter from a Folklorist's Perspective

''Petter Carlson's Mother-in-law''
17. ''Petter Carlson's Mother-in-law''
''Selma Lind'' and Lindsborg
18. ''Selma Lind'' and Lindsborg
''She did not whimper or complain'': Swedish-American Female Charity Cases in Minneapolis, 1910-1930
19. ''She did not whimper or complain'': Swedish-American Female Charity Cases in Minneapolis, 1910-1930
''Some Cried and Some Sang'': The Emigrant Journal of Peter Johan Jönsson, 1866
20. ''Some Cried and Some Sang'': The Emigrant Journal of Peter Johan Jönsson, 1866
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