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The Settlement of New Iceland

Published by Manitoba Department of Cultural Affairs and Historical Resources., Winnipeg (1982)

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About this Item: Manitoba Department of Cultural Affairs and Historical Resources., Winnipeg, 1982. Stapled Pamphlet. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. First edition in stapled card covers. 10 pp. Illustrations. Some edgewear and creasing to covers. Good. Box 10. Seller Inventory # 249527

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Published by Winnipeg : Manitoba , Historic Resources Branch (1984)

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About this Item: Winnipeg : Manitoba , Historic Resources Branch, 1984. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. 12 pp. Seller Inventory # ABE-1900322530

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Historic Resources Branch, Province of Manitoba

Published by Winnipeg: Manitoba Department of Cultural Affairs and Historical Resources, 1982 (1982)

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About this Item: Winnipeg: Manitoba Department of Cultural Affairs and Historical Resources, 1982, 1982. Staplebound pamphlet, English only edition, illustrated with one map and six photos, 13pp. As new/fine/unread. 35 grams - ships lettermail (contact us directly about savings on postage!). All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Seller Inventory # 25400

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The Settlement of New Iceland. La Colonisation

Published by Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation., Winnipeg (1997)

ISBN 10: 0771114877 ISBN 13: 9780771114878

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About this Item: Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation., Winnipeg, 1997. Stapled Pamphlet. Condition: Fine. Revised edition in stapled paper covers. Bilingual edition. 12 pp. each in English and French. Illustrations. Fine. Box 12. Seller Inventory # 249594

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Jóakimsson (Jackson), Þorleifur 1847-1923

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About this Item: NOTE: this author was among the very first group of settlers in New Iceland (in Manitoba, Canada) and in this one volume in a series of three works, he provides eyewitness acounts of people and events characterizing this first wave of Icelandic immigrants to New Iceland in Canada. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1923. DESCRIPTION : 122 pages: many illustrations from photos/myndir ; 23 cm. CONDITION : Missing rear cover but no loss of text, tape reinforcemment at spine, otherwise Very Good in red card covers. SUBJECTS/CONTENT: Icelanders--History/Biography; Manitoba Icelanders; Canada/Kanada ; New Iceland/Nýja Ísland ; Westen Icelandiers/Vestur Íslendingar ; Útflytjendur ; Landnám ; Landnemar . CANADIAN CONTENT THROUGHOUT : first hand history of first Icelandic setters to Canada and the U. S. and individual biographies of many of them. AUTHOR BIO: Thorleifur Jóakimsson (Jackson), (1847-1921] immigrated from Iceland, settled in the Manitoba, Canada Inter-Lake Icelandic settlement; then moved to the Tongue River district of the Dakotas, in 1891.RELEVANCE/AVAILABILITY : At the time of cataloguuing, this FIRST EDITION of this third volume of three works by this author on this subject was not listed on AMICUS, except in Microfilm copies ; and was not listed in Peel (3rd Ed.). Very early and comprehensive account of family histories (genealogy) of Icelandic settlers in Canada (mostly Manitoba) and the United States - with special emphasis on Manitoba setllements of Hecla Island, Vidernes (district south of Gimli and Gimli. This volume includes article by J. Briem who was a leader of the first wave of immigrants. Also includes stories of travels to Canada of some of the first settlers, and much of the book devoted to an account of the settlers in the Riverton district of Manitoba. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 50. We have used the Iclelandic version of the author's surname in this catalogue entry, as does Hjartar, as well as the website Gegnir. Seller Inventory # 36248

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About this Item: PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Viking Press, 1934. DESCRIPTION: 112 p. : ill., port. ; 18 cm. A book of poetry commemorating life in the Icelandic-Canadian settlements, specifically the lives of ship captains including captains of small boats on the large Manitoba lakes. The author's real name was Nikulás Össurarson, born in the West Fjords of Iceland, who was instrumental in bringing a large group of close relatives to Canada. He lived in Winnipeg and was best known as the manager of River Park. He acquired land near Riverton in New Iceland in 1925 and lived there part time until 1933. He was a well-known "character" alluded to as "Nick Ottens" in Guttormur J. Guttormsson's satirical Icelandic-English poem "Winnipeg Icelander", and was the father of Louise Ottenson who became a well-known musician and composer. SUBJECTS: Icelanders--Manitoba; Icelandic Canadians; Poetry/kveði/ Ljóð; Íslenskar bókmenntir; Vestur-Íslendingar. Includes a number of illustrations from photos of commercial fishing in winter and summer on Lake Winnipeg, of Hudson's Bay building and other Winnipeg buildings. Includes four pages of names of people mentioned in poems. Errrata sheet tipped in at p. 108. Very Good in original illus. card covers. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 35. At time of cataloguing, only one location listed on Amicus; not in Peel (3rd Ed.). Highly specific commentary on Icelandic-Canadian history. Seller Inventory # 29926

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About this Item: PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Viking Press, 1934. DESCRIPTION: 112 p. : ill., port. ; 18 cm. A book of poetry commemorating life in the Icelandic-Canadian settlements, specifically the lives of ship captains including captains of small boats on the large Manitoba lakes. The author's real name was Nikulás Össurarson, born in the West Fjords of Iceland. He was instrumental in bringing a large group of close relatives to Canada. he lived in Winnipeg and was best known as the manager of River Park. He acquired land near Riverton in New Iceland in 1925 and lived there part time until 1933. He was a well-known "character" alluded to as "Nick Ottens" in Guttormur J. Guttormsson's satirical Icelandic-English poem "Winnipeg Icelander", and the father of Louise Ottenson who became a well-known musician and composer. SUBJECTS: Icelanders--Manitoba; Icelandic Canadians; Poetry/kveði/ Ljóð; Íslenskar bókmenntir; Vestur-Íslendingar. Includes a number of illustrations from photos of commercial fishing in winter and summer on Lake Winnipeg, of Hudson's Bay building and other Winnipeg buildings. Includes four pages of names of people mentioned in poems. Very Good+ in one quarter cloth and marbled paper-over-boards (hardcover). Errata sslip tipped in at p. 108. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 35. Peel (3rd Ed.). Highly specific commentary on Icelandic-Canadian history. Seller Inventory # 32414

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Jóakimsson (Jackson), Þorleifur 1847-1923

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About this Item: NOTE: this author was among the very first group of settlers in New Iceland (in Manitoba, Canada) and in this one volume (one of three works), he provides eyewitness accounts of people and events characterizing this first wave of Icelandic immigrants to New Iceland in Canada. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1923. DESCRIPTION : 122 pages: many illustrations from photos/myndir ; 23 cm. CONDITION : Very Good+ in red card covers. SUBJECTS/CONTENT: Icelanders--History/Biography; Manitoba Icelanders; Canada/Kanada ; New Iceland/Nýja Ísland ; Westen Icelandiers/Vestur Íslendingar ; Útflytjendur ; Landnám ; Landnemar . CANADIAN CONTENT THROUGHOUT : first hand history of first Icelandic setters to Canada and the U. S. and individual biographies of many of them. AUTHOR BIO: Thorleifur Jóakimsson (Jackson), (1847-1921] immigrated from Iceland, settled in the Manitoba, Canada Inter-Lake Icelandic settlement; then moved to the Tongue River district of the Dakotas, in 1891.RELEVANCE/AVAILABILITY : At the time of cataloguuing, this FIRST EDITION of this third volume of three works by this author on this subject was not listed on AMICUS, except in Microfilm copies ; and was not listed in Peel (3rd Ed.). Very early and comprehensive account of family histories (genealogy) of Icelandic settlers in Canada (mostly Manitoba) and the United States - with special emphasis on Manitoba setllements of Hecla Island, Vidernes (district south of Gimli and Gimli). This volume includes article by J. Briem who was a leader of the first wave of immigrants. Also includes stories of travels to Canada of some of the first settlers, and much of the book devoted to an account of the settlers in the Riverton district of Manitoba. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 50. We have used the Iclelandic version of the author's surname in this catalogue entry, as does Hjartar, as well as the website Gegnir. Seller Inventory # 32589

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About this Item: NOTE: this author was among the very first group of settlers in New Iceland (in Manitoba, Canada) and in this one volume (in a series of three works), he provides eyewitness accounts of people and events characterizing this first wave of Icelandic immigrants to New Iceland in Canada. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1923. DESCRIPTION : 122 pages: many illustrations from photos/myndir ; 23 cm. CONDITION : Very Good+ in red card covers. SUBJECTS/CONTENT: Icelanders--History/Biography; Manitoba Icelanders; Canada/Kanada ; New Iceland/Nýja Ísland ; Westen Icelandiers/Vestur Íslendingar ; Útflytjendur ; Landnám ; Landnemar . CANADIAN CONTENT THROUGHOUT : first hand history of first Icelandic setters to Canada and the U. S. and individual biographies of many of them. AUTHOR BIO: Thorleifur Jóakimsson (Jackson), (1847-1921] immigrated from Iceland, settled in the Manitoba, Canada Inter-Lake Icelandic settlement; then moved to the Tongue River district of the Dakotas, in 1891.RELEVANCE/AVAILABILITY : At the time of cataloguuing, this FIRST EDITION of this third volume of three works by this author on this subject was not listed on AMICUS, except in Microfilm copies ; and was not listed in Peel (3rd Ed.). Very early and comprehensive account of family histories (genealogy) of Icelandic settlers in Canada (mostly Manitoba) and the United States - with special emphasis on Manitoba setllements of Hecla Island, Vidernes (district south of Gimli and Gimli. This volume includes article by J. Briem who was a leader of the first wave of immigrants. Also includes stories of travels to Canada of some f the first settlers, and much of the book devoted to an account of the settlers in the Riverton district of Manitoba. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 50. We have used the Iclelandic version of the author's surname in this catalogue entry, as does Hjartar, as well as the website Gegnir. Seller Inventory # 32590

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Jóakimsson (Jackson), Þorleifur 1847-1923

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About this Item: NOTE: this author was among the very first group of settlers in New Iceland (in Manitoba, Canada) and in this one volume in a series of three works, he provides eyewitness acounts of people and events characterizing this first wave of Icelandic immigrants to New Iceland in Canada. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1923. DESCRIPTION : 122 pages: many illustrations from photos/myndir ; 23 cm. CONDITION : Very Good in red card covers. SUBJECTS/CONTENT: Icelanders--History/Biography; Manitoba Icelanders; Canada/Kanada ; New Iceland/Nýja Ísland ; Westen Icelandiers/Vestur Íslendingar ; Útflytjendur ; Landnám ; Landnemar . CANADIAN CONTENT THROUGHOUT : first hand history of first Icelandic setters to Canada and the U. S. and individual biographies of many of them. AUTHOR BIO: Thorleifur Jóakimsson (Jackson), (1847-1921] immigrated from Iceland, settled in the Manitoba, Canada Inter-Lake Icelandic settlement; then moved to the Tongue River district of the Dakotas, in 1891.RELEVANCE/AVAILABILITY : At the time of cataloguuing, this FIRST EDITION of this third volume of three works by this author on this subject was not listed on AMICUS, except in Microfilm copies ; and was not listed in Peel (3rd Ed.). Very early and comprehensive account of family histories (genealogy) of Icelandic settlers in Canada (mostly Manitoba) and the United States - with special emphasis on Manitoba setllements of Hecla Island, Vidernes (district south of Gimli and Gimli. This volume includes article by J. Briem who was a leader of the first wave of immigrants. Also includes stories of travels to Canada of some of the first settlers, and much of the book devoted to an account of the settlers in the Riverton district of Manitoba. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 50. We have used the Iclelandic version of the author's surname in this catalogue entry, as does Hjartar, as well as the website Gegnir. Seller Inventory # 32591

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About this Item: PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Viking Press, 1934. DESCRIPTION: 112 p. : ill., port. ; 18 cm. A book of poetry commemorating life in the Icelandic-Canadian settlements, specifically the lives of ship captains including captains of small boats on the large Manitoba lakes. The author's real name was Nikulás Össurarson, born in the West Fjords of Iceland. He was instrumental in bringing a large group of close relatives to Canada. he lived in Winnipeg and was best known as the manager of River Park. He acquired land near Riverton in New Iceland in 1925 and lived there part time until 1933. He was a well-known "character" alluded to as "Nick Ottens" in Guttormur J. Guttormsson's satirical Icelandic-English poem "Winnipeg Icelander", and the father of Louise Ottenson who became a well-known musician and composer. SUBJECTS: Icelanders--Manitoba; Icelandic Canadians; Poetry/kveði/ Ljóð; Íslenskar bókmenntir; Vestur-Íslendingar. Includes a number of illustrations from photos of commercial fishing in winter and summer on Lake Winnipeg, of Hudson's Bay building and other Winnipeg buildings. Includes four pages of names of people mentioned in poems. Very Good in card covers. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 35. Peel (3rd Ed.). Highly specific commentary on Icelandic-Canadian history. Seller Inventory # 36261

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About this Item: PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Viking Press, 1934. DESCRIPTION: 112 p. : ill., port. ; 18 cm. A book of poetry commemorating life in the Icelandic-Canadian settlements, specifically the lives of ship captains including captains of small boats on the large Manitoba lakes. The author's real name was Nikulás Össurarson, born in the West Fjords of Iceland. He was instrumental in bringing a large group of close relatives to Canada. he lived in Winnipeg and was best known as the manager of River Park. He acquired land near Riverton in New Iceland in 1925 and lived there part time until 1933. He was a well-known "character" alluded to as "Nick Ottens" in Guttormur J. Guttormsson's satirical Icelandic-English poem "Winnipeg Icelander", and the father of Louise Ottenson who became a well-known musician and composer. SUBJECTS: Icelanders--Manitoba; Icelandic Canadians; Poetry/kveði/ Ljóð; Íslenskar bókmenntir; Vestur-Íslendingar. Includes a number of illustrations from photos of commercial fishing in winter and summer on Lake Winnipeg, of Hudson's Bay building and other Winnipeg buildings. Includes four pages of names of people mentioned in poems. Very Good in black cloth hardcover. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 35. Peel (3rd Ed.). Highly specific commentary on Icelandic-Canadian history. Seller Inventory # 36346

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Jóakimsson (Jackson), Þorleifur 1847-1923

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About this Item: NOTE: this author was among the very first group of settlers in New Iceland (in Manitoba, Canada) and in this one volume in a series of three works, he provides eyewitness acounts of people and events characterizing this first wave of Icelandic immigrants to New Iceland in Canada. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1923. DESCRIPTION : 122 pages: many illustrations from photos/myndir ; 23 cm. CONDITION : Minor chips to crd covers, else Very Good in red card covers. SUBJECTS/CONTENT: Icelanders--History/Biography; Manitoba Icelanders; Canada/Kanada ; New Iceland/Nýja Ísland ; Westen Icelandiers/Vestur Íslendingar ; Útflytjendur ; Landnám ; Landnemar . CANADIAN CONTENT THROUGHOUT : first hand history of first Icelandic setters to Canada and the U. S. and individual biographies of many of them. AUTHOR BIO: Thorleifur Jóakimsson (Jackson), (1847-1921] immigrated from Iceland, settled in the Manitoba, Canada Inter-Lake Icelandic settlement; then moved to the Tongue River district of the Dakotas, in 1891.RELEVANCE/AVAILABILITY : At the time of cataloguuing, this FIRST EDITION of this third volume of three works by this author on this subject was not listed on AMICUS, except in Microfilm copies ; and was not listed in Peel (3rd Ed.). Very early and comprehensive account of family histories (genealogy) of Icelandic settlers in Canada (mostly Manitoba) and the United States - with special emphasis on Manitoba setllements of Hecla Island, Vidernes (district south of Gimli and Gimli. This volume includes article by J. Briem who was a leader of the first wave of immigrants. Also includes stories of travels to Canada of some of the first settlers, and much of the book devoted to an account of the settlers in the Riverton district of Manitoba. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 50. We have used the Iclelandic version of the author's surname in this catalogue entry, as does Hjartar, as well as the website Gegnir. Seller Inventory # 39913

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