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1 MAP: Denmark, with Schleswig- Holstein and Lauenburg
Reproduction map of original Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original 
Originally engraved in Gotha in 1846 by Adolph Stieler, this map is enhanced by insets of Iceland, the area near Hamburg and a plan of Copenhagen. Coastal islands are identified, as well as the railway lines and roads. The southwestern tip of Sweden is also shown in some detail.


 
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2 MAP: Sweden & Norway: 1875
Reproduction map of original Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original 
Edward Weller’s map entitled Sweden & Norway was first issued in London in 1875. Showing the internal provincial subdivisions in each country, the map also locates railroad lines, principal rivers, cities, towns and many villages.


 
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3 MAP: Sweden (South)
Reproduction map of original Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original 
Showing Sweden south of the province of Falu, our reprint of J.&C. Walker's map of The Southern Provinces of Sweden was originally published in 1833. Major roads, towns, mountain ranges and provincial boundaries are shown in detail.


 
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4 MAP: The Northern States
Reproduction map of original Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original 
Our reprint of Robert Sayer's map of The Northern States: The Kingdom of Sweden, Denmark and Norway will be of particular interest to those with Scandinavian roots. First published in 1772, this map shows the area divided into provinces and governments. Governmental districts in neighboring parts of Russia, Poland and present-day Baltic states are also shown.


 
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SWEDEN'S REGIONAL RECIPES
5 SWEDEN'S REGIONAL RECIPES
Penfield 1932043195 / 9781932043198 Perfect bound, 6x9", 142 pages, Penfield 
Take a tour through Swedens Regional Recipes, a delightful title that describes each of Swedens diverse provinces and their culinary specialties. The journey starts in Lappland, the land of the midnight sun, Swedens northernmost and largest province. It winds through the others as well, from the fertile valleys of Norrbotten in the northeast to Dalarna, the heart of Sweden, to the southernmost province of Skane, where the residents eat a feast of goose on St. Martens Day. Enjoy arctic trout in Medelpad, blueberry tartlets in Dalarna, apple pancakes in Vastmanland, pea soup in Uppland, breaded potato bites in Dalsland, and Swedish meatballs, rye bread, and cheesecake in Smaland. Try minced guinea fowl with roasted root vegetables in a chapter on foods from Nobel Awards banquets. A chapter on Swedish holidays features everything from pineapple-strawberry torte at Midsummer to cookies and candy for Christmas to crayfish parties. And do not forget the smorgasbord chapter, which includes an article about the right way to eat a traditional smorgasbord as well as a host of recipes. With more than 100 recipes, this book has something for everyone.


 
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Swedish Touches
6 Swedish Touches
2006 160 pages, 
"Superbly Swedish" revised and expanded. Includes Swedish recipes and Traditions.


 
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SWEDISH TOUCHES: Recipes and Traditions, Edited by David Wright and Martha Wiberg Thompson
7 Edited by David Wright and Martha Wiberg Thompson SWEDISH TOUCHES: Recipes and Traditions
Penfield 1-932043-53-5 / 9781932043532 Perfect-bound, 6x9", 160 pages, Penfield 
Midwest Independent Publishers Association 2006 prize winner! This 160-page, perfect-bound volume is the long-awaited updated version of Penfield's 1983 "Superbly Swedish." With 32 pages of all-new full-color photographs and completely revised text, "Swedish Touches" includes classic Swedish-American recipes carefully selected and expanded, now available in this new edition. Unique to this book are color reproductions by famous Swedish artists, and popular American artists of Swedish descent. Enjoy your favorites like Carl Larsson, Anders Zorn, and Carl Milles; and learn more about the beauty of works by John F. Carlson, Birger Sandzen, Paul Granlund, and others. With a special section on Swedish folk arts, and Dala painting, as revived in America. New color images feature Dala painted domestic interiors by Karen Jenson, noted Minnesota folk artist. Take a tour of the most interesting Swedish historic sites in America, including: Lindsborg, Kansas; Bishop Hill, Illinois; Scandia, Minnesota; and The American Swedish Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota. "Swedish Touches" is a fascinating glimpse into the traditions of Swedish Americans, one of America's most colorful and artistic ethnic groups. With beautiful photos of all the customs, festivities, foodways, and institutions that carry on the best of Sweden's old world traditions.


 
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SPLENDID SWEDISH RECIPES, Kerstin Olsson Van Gilder
8 Kerstin Olsson Van Gilder SPLENDID SWEDISH RECIPES
Penfield Press 0941-016528 / 9780941016520 Spiral bound, 5-1/2 x 3-1/2", 160 pages, Penfield Press 
Kerstin Olsson Van Gilder came to America from Sweden in 1961. Kerstin refers to Swedish foods as "cooking the naturally delicious way." Recipes include glogg, black soup, ham rolls, crayfish, Swedish meatballs, potato dumplings, Swedish pastry, and cocoa balls.


 
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