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Danes in Wisconsin: Revised and Expanded Edition
Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2005
Paper: 978-0-87020-366-4 | eISBN: 978-0-87020-525-5
Library of Congress Classification F590.S19H34 2005
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.50043981
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Wisconsin Territory's first Dane arrived in 1829, and by 1860 the state's Danish-born population had reached 1,150. Yet these newcomers remained only a small segment of Wisconsin's increasingly complex cultural mosaic, and the challenges of adapting to life in this new land shaped the Danish experience in the state. In this popular book, now revised and expanded with additional historical photos and documents, Frederick Hale offers a concise introduction to Wisconsin's Danish settlers, exploring their reasons for leaving their homeland, describing their difficult journeys, and examining their adjustments to life on Wisconsin soil.
New to this edition are the selected letters of Danish immigrant Andrew Frederickson. These compelling documents, written over a 40-year span, capture the personal observations of one Dane as he made a new life in Wisconsin.
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