Bibliography for the Scandinavian

The following items are housed at the J.M. Longyear Research Library.

Anderson, Richard. Early Scandinavians in Marquette County

Call Number: Manuscript Case

Abstract: Scandinavian influence on Marquette History. Discusses churches, professions, and Swedish culture and its lasting effects on Marquette.

Magnaghi, Russell. Scandinavians in Baraga County

Call Number: Manuscript Case

Abstract: Describes the first Swedish community in Baraga County. Also discusses the history of the early Scandinavians in Baraga County and their effects on farming and lumbering.

Scandinavian Social and Benefit Society. Scandinavian Social and Benefit Society Collection

Call Number: Archives (See General Index p. 68)

Abstract: Founded in 1872. Contains 41 Volumes of Meeting Minutes, by-laws, and accounting books.

Peano, Shirley. Swedish Settlement In Marquette County

Call Number: Harlow’s Wooden Man Vol. 8 #4

Abstract: A brief history of Swedes in Marquette County. Also summarizes various important Swedish people in Ishpeming.

Superior Posten. Swedish Settlement in Marquette County

Call Number: Micro Film

Abstract: A Swedish newspaper printed in Swedish in Iowa and published in Ishpeming, MI. The paper was in circulation from 1888 to 1918; there are 8 rolls of microfilm available.