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Gina Ruud Anderson Biography
SIE 4-95 · undated
Part of Manuscript Collection

"The Most Unforgettable Character I've Met, "a recollection of Gina Ruud Anderson, typed by Rändi Brown, and written by Gina's daughter, Ruth A. Trosper.

Edward Emanuel Johnson
SIE 4-83 · 1891-1988
Part of Manuscript Collection

This file includes a copy of Edward Emanuel Johnson's newspaper obituary, a copy of Johnson's record of naturalization, and a copy of an individual's reminiscences of meeting Johnson at the age of 92. There is also a copy of a travel permit for Anna Oberg that was signed by her pastor in Lyrestad, Skaraborg, Sweden, a copy of an application for placer mining signed by Edvard Johnson and a mining certificate issued by the Dominion of Canada in 1898. An issue of The Sea Chest, the journal of the Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society, in addition to copies of photographs of Johnson's shipyard and with Anna Oberg for their wedding.

SIE 4-61 · 1986
Part of Manuscript Collection

Consists of photocopied articles from the Milbank Herald Advance and We Alaskans, including eleven photographic reprints. The articles, written by Frederick's grandson, describe Frederick’s adventures in Alaska’s gold fields as well as biographical information. The photographs include a portrait of Frederick Wilhelm August Poppe and various scenes from his time in Alaska.

Article citation: Walter Poppe, “Journey to Alaska,” We Alaskans, June 15, 1986, 06-07.

Article citation: Walter H. Poppe, “Milbank men tried their luck in Alaskan gold fields,” Milbank Herald Advance, April 1, 1986.

SIE 4-33 · 1833-1862
Part of Manuscript Collection

The first two pages are a short biography of Carl Solberg written by the translator, C.A. Clausen. Also included in the collection is a collection of letters written when Carl Solberg was a war correspondent for "Emigranten." He traveled with the Fifteenth Wisconsin, the “Norwegian Regiment,” during the Civil War; and these letters are an account of his observations between 2 March and 4 April 1862.

A. B. Moe Autobiography
SIE 4-27 · 1880-1924
Part of Manuscript Collection

The autobiography consists of a paper written by A. B. Moe containing information on his family life, emigration, journey to the West, employment, and pioneering experience, as well as general information on mass transportation and settling in the area.

Jonas Bergner Autobiography
SIE 4-260 · 1980
Part of Manuscript Collection

Photocopied musings of Bergner titled "På väg till Amerika," or "On the Way to America." These documents are both in Swedish and typewritten in English.

Ole Nilsen Hegna Papers
SIE 4-210 · 1840-1916
Part of Manuscript Collection

"My journey to America and reminiscences of the Civil War" by Ole Nilson Hegna includes a 5 page typed document and 3 handwritten notes concerning the Civil War and the Fifteenth Wisconsin Regiment.

SIE 4-204 · 1984
Part of Manuscript Collection

A nine page trypewritten genealogical narrative of Markus Hallvardson and Brita Sjursdatter Vangsness and their families. It also explains that many families that came to America took the name of the farm from Norway that they lived on, so there are many Vangsness families in America that are in no way related by blood ties.

Runa Thordarson Records
SIE 4-194 · 1975
Part of Manuscript Collection

A photocopy of a twenty-seven page typed biography of two Point Roberts pioneers, Dagbjort and Helgi Thorsteinson. Compiled, translated, and written by Runa Thordarson. Also included are photocopied portraits of Helgi and Dagbjort and a photo of their home in Point Roberts from a newspaper clipping (the newspaper cites their surname as Thorstenson).