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NAGC..IN PERSON and ONLINE!! Exploring the Norwegian Digital Archives

November 6 @ 9:30 am

Saturday, November 6, 2021

Class begins at 9:30 AM (Central)

IN PERSON: $90/NAGC member    $140/Non-Member

ONLINE: $80/NAGC member   $130/Non-Member

This class explores the wide variety of records and resources available in the Norwegian Digital Archives and how to find them.

*IN PERSON participants are encouraged to bring a laptop. Lunch is included for in person attendees.

**The class will also be available ONLINE at the same time for those who cannot attend in Madison.

Register online in our E-Store or call us at 608-255-2224. Contact us at genealogy@nagcnl.org with any questions or for more details about the classes.


November 6
9:30 am

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“I use this (Naeseth) Library for most of my Norwegian research.  I have found records from Norway and from some of the first Norwegian churches in Portage/Waupaca Counties that I could not find elsewhere.  Most of the materials are in Norwegian, which can cause some frustration if you do not have a basic knowledge of the language.  The staff is very knowledgeable and understands the difficulties of researching in a foreign language.  I have had many pleasant experiences working with the staff.I have been a member of this organization (NAGC & NL) for a number of years and have participated in the continuing educational opportunities offered.  The newsletter, received twice a year, reviews activities of the Center and announces new holdings and classes.If you are looking for Norwegian ancestors, this is an excellent research facility.”

- Karla (Wisconsin)

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