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New Sweden historical exhibit, 1638-1938

American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia.

New Sweden historical exhibit, 1638-1938

official catalog, June-July, nineteen hundred thirty-eight.

by American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia.

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Published by Aquatone Presses of E. Stern & Company, Inc. in [Philadelphia and New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Delaware
    • Subjects:
    • Art, Swedish -- Exhibitions.,
    • Delaware -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCopyright 1938 by the American Swedish historical museum.
      GenreExhibitions.
      ContributionsBjörkbom, Carl, 1898-, Johnson, Amandus, 1877-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF167 .A49
      The Physical Object
      Pagination70 p., 1 l. incl. illus.,
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6371601M
      LC Control Number38016526
      OCLC/WorldCa8278386

      Reference: Catalog of the New Sweden Historical Exhibit (), p. Notes: (1) Icon, vol. VI, p. 19, states that "in March, , Dr. Wieder discovered in the Vatican Library an Atlas in three volumes drawn by the hand of Johannes Vingboom [also spelled Vingboon, Vingboons], . Books shelved as swedish-history: Svälten: Hungeråren som formade Sverige by Magnus Västerbro, Svensk historia by Olle Larsson, Andreas Marklund, De vild.

      Swedish Passenger Arrivals in New York By Nils William Olsson. (Chicago: Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, ). Cloth, pp. Dr. Olsson compiled lists of all known Swedish passenger arrivals in New York for the period , as well as Read More $. ASHM’s upcoming exhibition, New Nordic Cuisine, is the defining exhibition on one of the most important cultural phenomena to come out of the Nordic countries in recent focuses on a value-driven food system that has captured the attention of world-famous chefs and home cooks alike over the past 15 years.

      From the age of the Vikings to the settlers of the New Sweden Colony (), to contemporary issues in Scandinavian society, the American Swedish Historical Museum will take you back in time and across the sea to learn the stories of Swedes in America. Message Regarding COVID and its Impact on Museum Operations >>. Edited by H. Arnold Barton. (Chicago: Swedish–American Historical Society, ). Paper, pp. This book compiles articles from several sources on Peter Cassel and New Sweden, Iowa. Cassel led a group of Swedish immigrants to settle in the Iowa Territory Read More $.


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Clements Library. New Sweden (Swedish: Nya Sverige; Finnish: Uusi Ruotsi; Latin: Nova Svecia) was a Swedish colony along the lower reaches of the Delaware River in America from toestablished during the Thirty Years' War when Sweden was a great military power. New Sweden was part of Swedish colonization efforts in the ments were established on both sides of the Delaware Capital: Fort Christina.

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Swedes in America,Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Benson, Adolph B. History of the Swedish Baptists in Sweden and America being an account of the origin, The old country and the new.

The New Sweden Tricentennial Association was formed which commissioned and published Swedes In America, –, a work of historical research which was edited by Adolph B.

Benson and Naboth Hedin (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Soon, the first national campaign was underway to erect a Swedish Museum in Philadelphia.

In New Sweden, on the banks of the Delaware inthey rejected the wigwams of the Indians and erected, instead, by applying their inborn engineering skill, strong dwellings made out of roughhewn timber. From New Sweden the log cabin design spread. A Brief History of New Sweden in America.

Sweden as a Great Power in the 17th Century. The 17th century saw Sweden as an European "Great Power" and one of the major military and political combatants on the continent during the Thirty Years' War.

By mid-century, the kingdom included part of Norway, all of Finland and stretched into Russia. by Elizabeth Covart The history of New Sweden began in with the founding of the New Sweden Company. The formation of the Company was the brainchild of Dutch, German, and Swedish investors who convinced Axel Oxenstierna, Chancellor of the Realm and Queen Christina’s regent,(1) that Sweden stood to profit in the tobacco and fur trades of North America.

A thousand years of Swedish history. The exhibition “History of Sweden” is a concentration of events and personal destinies from the 11th century down to the present day. Influential men and women are highlighted, as well as class struggles, minorities and immigrants, all of whom have made their mark on history.

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Most Americans are familiar with France, Spain, Holland and England’s colonial history in the United States, but lesser-known is New Sweden, a Swedish holding that. Top 10 Swedish books set to fill your daily commute with love, horror, humour and greed.

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Three of the museum’s 12 galleries are devoted to the history of the New Sweden Colony, while the other nine galleries.Beginning in the s, newspapers started featuring paparazzi-style candid photographs of cultural icons, including celebrities, politicians, and athletes, as a way to engage new audiences and increase sales.

This exhibition features examples of celebrity photographs from the Evening Express, between and Read more.