SynnÝve Nordkap Lodge #1-008


New Land, New Life: Norwegian Immigration in Minnesota, 1825-1925
Alexandria, MN July-September, 2013 Hosted by the Runic Vennskap Lodge

As you can see, the exhibit comes to life in Alexandria in a new and unique way. Combined with the Douglas County Museum and the restored buildings from the early Norwegian pioneers, the setting and the panels come to life.
We thank Ron and Susan Stow for bringing the exhibit to this location, and for these pictures. (If the thumbnails are loading slowly, you can just click the description to go there.)

Ron Stow brings the panels past Big Ole, the Viking at Alexandria MN.

The 20 panels are delivered to Judy Burkey of Alexandria Sons of Norway Runic Vennskap lodge at the Douglas County Museum.

Panels and artifacts with runestone mural

Kensington runestone, panels, visitors.

Panels and artifact caset

Psalmodikon and panel

Panels and artifacts with Susan Stow and Beverly Smith. (Beverly is the sister of Ron Stow. She is an active member of Bernt Balchen Sons of Norway lodge in Anchorage Alaska, home lodge of SON international president Marit Kristiansen.)

Knute Nelson carriage and panel with Ron Stow

Occupations panel in store corner

Panel and store counter

Inside church with Churches panel

Schools panel in old school building

Norwegian Women panel with churn and washing machine

Acknowledges panel with maps and runic writing

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