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Scandinavian Immigration to the United State, 1850-1950 (A 4-week Zoom course) Begins October 13th

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This 4-week course will cover the general trends of Scandinavian immigration to the United States from the mid-19th century through the mid-20 th century. Additionally, participants will explore the cultural, political, religious, and community institutions that Scandinavians engaged with and founded as they settled in the United States. Through that exploration, we will learn about the creation of Scandinavian-American cultural identities, many of which are still present in the American cultural landscape today.
Scandinavian immigrants

Gregory is a Ph.D. candidate in the History department at the University of Maine. He studies Scandinavian immigration to the United States and ways in which Scandinavian-Americans created a cultural niche for themselves in nineteenth and twentieth century America. He has previously taught a course on Norse Mythology for PVSC and also presented during the Summer Extravaganza 2022 on Scandanavian Immigration to New England. He is excited to be offering more material about Scandinavian immigration and cultural heritage in the United States.

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