By Odd S. Lovoll
From 1847 to this day, greater than 280 Norwegian-language papers have been introduced in towns starting from Minneapolis to Fargo, Boston to Seattle. a few lasted quite a few months; others persevered for many years; all contributed to a constructing Norwegian- American standpoint. peculiar Lovoll strains newspaper ventures either winning and brief lived to supply a complete examine America's Norwegian-language press. Highlighting?diligent editors and examining themes of curiosity to readers over the years, Norwegian Newspapers in the US demonstrates how newspapers pursued a twofold target: forging a bridge to the place of origin whereas nurturing cultural practices within the New World.
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Norwegian Newspapers in America: Connecting Norway and the New Land by Odd S. Lovoll