Saga Íslendinga í Vesturheimi [Story of the Icelanders in North America] / Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson - 4 of 5 Volumes (includes Volumes 1-4)

Þorsteinsson, Þorsteinn Þ., 1879-1955 [Thorsteinn Th. Thorsteinsson] (ed) and Tryggvi J. Oleson (ed.)

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PUBLISHER: Volumes 1, 4 and 5 (vol 5 not offered here) were published in Reykjavík, Iceland by Bókútgáva Menningarsjóðs; Vol. 2. and 3 were published in Winnipeg, Canada by ÞjóðrÆknisfélag Íslendinga í Vesturheimi, 1940-1953. DESCRIPTION: 4 of 5 volumes offered here, namely vols. I, II, III, IV. Pagination thus for 5 vols. (xv, [1], 253 ; xvi, 347 ; x, 407, [1] map; viii, 423 ; viii, 480 p.) 23 cm. 23 cm. All in VG condition or better in cloth hardcover; vols. III has chipped dust jacket. Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, 1879-1955, edited vols. 1., 2. and 3; Tryggvi J. Oleson edited vols. 4.and 5. SUBJECTS : A seminal work on the history of emigration of Icelanders to North America, particularly Canada. Volumes 1-3 deal with Icelandic settlement in western Canada. Biography, Genealogy, Icelandic-Canadians/Americans; North Amerika/Norður Ameríka; Saga; Reference; Land settlement ; Prairie Provinces--History. Add. Entry : Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963. The editor, Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, was a noted Icelandic-Canadian poet, editor, short story writer and writer of Icelandic-Canadian historical works. He lived in Winnipeg (source: Einarsson, History of Icelandic Volumes 1-4 only offered in this set. Prose Writers, pp. 247-8). His works have been repeatedly re-published in Iceland. The second editor, Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963, was a history professor at the University of Manitoba and an author; he personally wrote the section on the Icelandic emigrants who settled in Winnipeg. Referenced in Hjartar, page 50. Peel (3rd Ed.), 7429. Scarce in complete or nearly complete set. N° de ref. de la librería

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Þorsteinsson, Þorsteinn Þ., 1879-1955 [Thorsteinn Th. Thorsteinsson] (ed) and Tryggvi J. Oleson (ed.)
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Descripción PUBLISHER: [Volumes 1-4 only in this set]. Volumes 1, 4 and 5 were published in Reykjavík, Iceland by Bókútgáva Menningarsjóðs; Vol. 2. and 3 were published in Winnipeg, Canada by ÞjóðrÆknisfélag Íslendinga í Vesturheimi, 1940-1953. DESCRIPTION: Pagination thus for 5 vol. (xv, [1], 253 ; xvi, 347 ; x, 407, [1] map; viii, 423 ; viii, 480 p.) 23 cm. 23 cm. All in VG condition or better in cloth hardcover; vols. II and III have dust jackets in G to VG condition. Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, 1879-1955, edited vols. 1., 2. and 3; Tryggvi J. Oleson edited vols. 4.and 5 (the latter not offered here). SUBJECTS : A seminal work on the history of emigration of Icelanders to North America, particularly Canada. Volumes 1-3 deal with Icelandic settlement in western Canada. Biography, Genealogy, Icelandic-Canadians/Americans; North Amerika/Norður Ameríka; Saga; Reference; Land settlement ; Prairie Provinces--History. Add. Entry : Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963. The editor, Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, was a noted Icelandic-Canadian poet, editor, short story writer and writer of Icelandic-Canadian historical works. He lived in Winnipeg (source: Einarsson, History of Icelandic Prose Writers, pp. 247-8). His works have been repeatedly re-published in Iceland. The second editor, Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963, was a history professor at the University of Manitoba and an author; he personally wrote the section on the Icelandic emigrants who settled in Winnipeg. Referenced in Hjartar, page 50. Peel (3rd Ed.), #7429. Scarce in complete or nearly complete set. Nº de ref. de la librería 32515

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Þorsteinsson, Þorsteinn Þ., 1879-1955 [Thorsteinn Th. Thorsteinsson] (ed) and Tryggvi J. Oleson (ed.)
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Descripción PUBLISHER: Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4 offered here. Vol 5 not offered here. Three volumes in this set were published in Reykjavík, Iceland by Bókútgáva Menningarsjóðs; Vol. 2. and 3 were published in Winnipeg, Canada by ÞjóðrÆknisfélag Íslendinga í Vesturheimi, 1940-1953. DESCRIPTION: 4 of 5 volumes offered here, namely vols. I, II, III, IV. Pagination thus for 5 vols. (xv, [1], 253 ; xvi, 347 ; x, 407, [1] map; viii, 423 ; viii, 480 p.) 23 cm. 23 cm. All in VG condition or better in cloth hardcover; vols. III has chipped dust jacket. Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, 1879-1955, edited vols. 1., 2. and 3; Tryggvi J. Oleson edited vols. 4.and 5. SUBJECTS : A seminal work on the history of emigration of Icelanders to North America, particularly Canada. Volumes 1-3 deal with Icelandic settlement in western Canada. Biography, Genealogy, Icelandic-Canadians/Americans; North Amerika/Norður Ameríka; Saga; Reference; Land settlement ; Prairie Provinces--History. Add. Entry : Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963. The editor, Þorsteinn Þ. Þorsteinsson, was a noted Icelandic-Canadian poet, editor, short story writer and writer of Icelandic-Canadian historical works. He lived in Winnipeg (source: Einarsson, History of Icelandic Volumes 1-4 only offered in this set. Prose Writers, pp. 247-8). His works have been repeatedly re-published in Iceland. The second editor, Tryggvi J. Oleson 1912-1963, was a history professor at the University of Manitoba and an author; he personally wrote the section on the Icelandic emigrants who settled in Winnipeg. Referenced in Hjartar, page 50. Peel (3rd Ed.), 7429. Scarce in complete or nearly complete set. Nº de ref. de la librería 32516

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