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Volume Listing > Volume 34 > Wisconsin pioneers in Scandinavian studies: Anderson and Olson, 1875-1931

Haugen, Einar Ingvald, 1906- "Wisconsin pioneers in Scandinavian studies: Anderson and Olson, 1875-1931"


Wisconsin pioneers in Scandinavian Studies: An article about the founding and growth of the Department of Scandinavian Languages at the University of Wisconsin-Madison by Rasmus B. Anderson (1846-1936) and Julius E. Olson (1858-1944). It not only looks at the history of the department, but the lives of Anderson who founded the department and Olson who took succeeded him when Anderson retired. (12 pages)

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Citation: Haugen, Einar Ingvald, 1906- "Wisconsin pioneers in Scandinavian studies: Anderson and Olson, 1875-1931" Wisconsin Magazine Of History. Volume: 34 /Issue: 1 (1950-1951)

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