Notes and Bibliography

These are the titles of previous blogs
Extending the work of Nils William Olsson Starting this research by finding settlers to our area
in the previous works by Olsson
Jamestown as a Destination (Part 1) The reasons why Swedish immigrants chose to settle in
Chautauqua and Warren Counties
Jamestown as a Destination (Part 2) The arrival of the Beén family in 1844 - the first Swedish
immigrants to settle in the area
Jamestown as a Destination (Part 3) The first Swedish settlement in Warren County in 1848, an introduction to the saga of Swedish immigrants in the
Jamestown area
Swedes in the Civil War An initial survey of the participation of Swedish immigrant from Chautauqua and Warren County in the Civil War
The 1846 Emigrants Kisa, Gustaf Sundius, Peter Cassel and the 1846 emigrants
The passengers of the Virginia and their journey to Buffalo A documentation of the voyage of the Virginia and the trip from New York City to Buffalo
The Buffalo Years, 1846-1848 
(Part 1)
       The Scandinavians already in Buffalo in 1846
The Buffalo Years, 1846-1848   (Part 2) The passengers of the Virginia and other Swedes in Buffalo and Erie County
The First Years of Settlement, 1848-1850 (Part 1) The first years of settlement in Sugar Grove and Jamestown                                        
Religion in the Early Swedish Community    Religious practices before the establishment of the Lutheran church                             
Identifying Anna Maria [Dahl] 1821 Kisa Link.The lives of Anna Maria Pehrsdotter and Samuel Dahl       


Upcoming blogs

Religion in the Early Swedish Community (Part 2):  Bergenlund and Hamren
Religion in the Early Swedish Community (Part 3a):  Bredberg and Swensson
Religion in the Early Swedish Community (Part 3b):  Swensson and the käbblet in Sugar Grove
Encountering Dr. Fredrik Maurits Fincke
What Type of Personality was Frederick J. Johnson?
New searching capabilities for Jamestown history with the Swedish Historical Newspapers project
Land ownership and farming


An incomplete annotated bibliography with links to online copies of many significant works relating to Swedish immigrants and Chautauqua and Warren county can be found here.

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