- New Jersey History Research Guide
- Reward Yourself
- New Sweden
- LSU Press :: Books - The Contest for the Delaware Valley
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A not-so-new world: empire and environment in French colonial North America. To be honest, in I knew very little about New Sweden. Thorsten was a transplanted Swede, an engineer, and an international businessman. They wanted to stimulate a big commemoration of New Sweden.
LSU Press :: Books - The Contest for the Delaware Valley
And they did. It can come directly from the public! Lots of historians still think of New Sweden as an obscure and unimportant sidebar to the early history of what became the United States. Swedish- and Finnish-Americans energized and sustained the commemoration in and involved the governments of three states, the humanities organizations of two, and the government of Sweden. New Jersey appointed a commemorative commission and the legislature appropriated money for it.