Titre : Um viðhald íslenzks þjóðernis í Vesturheimi ...
Canadiana/Americana. PUBLISHER: Winnipeg : Columbia Press, 1916. DESCRIPTION: 32 p. ; 16 cm. SUBJECTS: Icelanders--Canada; Icelanders--United States. [Translation : Concerning preserving Icelandic Heritage in Western Iceland i.e., N. America]. Cover title is 'Fyrirlestur' [A Talk or Lecture]. Bookstamp and bookplate of previous owner, overall VG+ in sturdy, stiff card covers. Author was one of the first and most prominent educators in Iceland. He likely spent some time in Canada. He is the co-author with Einar Kvaran of the influential 1930 publication Vestan Um Haf [Westward over the Ocean]. He was the father of Finnbogi Gudmundson who was head of Icelandic studies at the University of Manitoba. This book emphasizes the importance of preserving Icelandic identity and language in North America. Referenced in Hjartar, page 20. At time of cataloguing, listed at one location only on Amicus; not in Peel (3rd Ed.). N° de réf. du libraire 36355
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