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Norwegian Immigration Association Collection

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Norwegians in New York 1825-2000 Builders of City, Community and Culture

This exhibit, Norwegians in New York 1825 to 2000, Builders of City, Community and Culture was begun in 1995 by a grass roots organization, The Norwegian Immigration Association, Inc. It documents the history of Norwegian immigrants to the New York area. The exhibit includes examples of their work as builders of tunnels, piers, bridges, …

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Norwegians in New York 1825-2000   Builders of City, Community and Culture

Preserving Norwegian Traditions

After the exhibit, Norwegian in New York 1825 to 2000,  Builders of City, Community, and Culture finished its stay at The Ellis Island Museum, it traveled to the Emigrant Museum in Ottestad, Norway. It was dismantled and the decision was made to assemble another exhibit featuring the customs and artifacts that had been a part the …

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Preserving Norwegian Traditions

Norwegians Settle in New York

Norwegians Settle in New York is also one of the exhibits displayed at the gallery at Heritage Hall at the Norwegian Christian Home and Health Center at 1270-67th Street, Brooklyn, NY.  This collection follows the Norwegian immigrants community as it develops more and larger church communities, a Children's Home, a Home for the …

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Norwegians Settle in New York

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