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''A Language Does Not Die Easily'': Swedish at Augustana College, 1860-1900
1. ''A Language Does Not Die Easily'': Swedish at Augustana College, 1860-1900
''For it flows with milk and honey,'' Two immigrant letters about Bishop Hill
2. ''For it flows with milk and honey,'' Two immigrant letters about Bishop Hill
'We Hope to be Able to Do Some Good'': Swedish-American Women's Organizations in Chicago
3. 'We Hope to be Able to Do Some Good'': Swedish-American Women's Organizations in Chicago
A Life in Silence: Mary Stoneberg of Bishop Hill
4. A Life in Silence: Mary Stoneberg of Bishop Hill

A Social History of the Swedish Ethnic Units from Illinois in the Civil War
5. A Social History of the Swedish Ethnic Units from Illinois in the Civil War
A Swedish View of Chicago in the 1890s: Henning Berger
6. A Swedish View of Chicago in the 1890s: Henning Berger
A Swedish-American's Home
7. A Swedish-American's Home
Achieving the American Dream: The Career of John Augustus Nyden, 1895-1932
8. Achieving the American Dream: The Career of John Augustus Nyden, 1895-1932

An Ancient Culture in a New Land
9. An Ancient Culture in a New Land
Andersonville: A Swedish-American Landmark Neighborhood
10. Andersonville: A Swedish-American Landmark Neighborhood
Café Idrott: The Doors Opened for Swedish Immigrants in 1913
11. Café Idrott: The Doors Opened for Swedish Immigrants in 1913
Chicago Swedes Organized ''Svea'' a Century Ago
12. Chicago Swedes Organized ''Svea'' a Century Ago

Chicago's 'Swede Town': Gone but Not Forgotten
13. Chicago's 'Swede Town': Gone but Not Forgotten
Chicago's Belmont and Clark: A Corner of Memories
14. Chicago's Belmont and Clark: A Corner of Memories
Chicago's Swedish 'Book Cabin'
15. Chicago's Swedish 'Book Cabin'
Early Swedish Methodists in Illinois
16. Early Swedish Methodists in Illinois

Englewood Memories: Swedish Businessmen on Chicago's 59th Street
17. Englewood Memories: Swedish Businessmen on Chicago's 59th Street
How the Swedes Came to Paxton
18. How the Swedes Came to Paxton
Joel and Alma, Swedish Grandparents
19. Joel and Alma, Swedish Grandparents
Lincoln and the Founders of Augustana College
20. Lincoln and the Founders of Augustana College
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