Sunday Nov 4 at 1:00, join us for the movie "Finding Hygge." Info in Events section
Museum of Danish America https://www.danishmuseum.org
Danish American Heritage Society-- "The Bridge" Journal
Danish Pioneer Magazine http://www.dendanskepioneer.com
Danish Sisterhood of America http://www.danishsisterhood.org
The Danish History, Books I-IX http://omacl.org/DanishHistory/
National Danish-American Genealogical Society on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/danishgeneaolgy/
Cyndi's List-Denmark https://www.cyndislist.com/denmark/
My Danish Roots http://www.mydanishroots.com
Trace Your Danish Heritage
The Records Room http://www.daddezio.com/catalog/recndx10.html
Minnesota Genealogical Society https://mngs.org
Minnesota History Center Genealogy Library http://www.mnhs.org/resea
Slesvig-Holsten Region: Germanic Genealogy Society https://ggsmn.org/cpage.php?pt=37
Danish American Center, Minneapolis http://www.dac.mn
Family History Profiles http://familyhistoryprofiles.com
Danish Phone Directory https://www.krak.dk
Heritage Travel to Denmark
Christian's Danish Recipes http://www.mindspring.com/%7Ecborgnaes/
by Nigel S. Allenby Jaffe and Margaret Allenby Jaffe, 1987. Published by Folk Dance Enterprises. Examines traditional Danish dance, music, customs, history, and instruments with many beautiful images of traditional Danish clothing.
by Niels Peter Stilling and Anne Lisbeth Olsen, 1994. Published by the Danes Worldwide Archives. Using letters from Danish emigrants from 1842-1946, this book gives a detailed account of what the emigration experience was like. Vintage photographs as well.
Text by Peter Michelsen and Holger Rasmussen, 1955. This is a prgoram guide to a vintage exhibit at the Danish National Museum detailing 19th century home, farming, food, crafts,costume, festivals, and much more about the daily life of Danish peasants. Unique material and photographs.
by Emily D. Aulicino, 2013. Published by AuthorHouse. Learn the science behind DNA testing techniques, and how to use them to find relatives and assist when traditional records run dry.
by Frederik Hale,2013. Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Revised and expended, this book describes Danish emigration and settlement in the early years of Wisconsin. It includes reasons for leaving the homeland, the journey, and life in America.
by Kristian Hvidt, 1976. Published by Rebild National Park Society.
by Michael Brengsbo and Kurt Villads Jensen, 2016. Published by University Press of Southern Denmark. This region, contested voer for centuries between Denamrk and Germany can be a tricky area to research genealogically. Learn about the history and culture to help better understand the border changes in this region.
by Dana McCullough, 2015. Published by Family Tree Books. With millions of records to explore, FamilySearch has much to offer, and this book will really help you maximize its potential.
Official publication of the National Danish American Genealogical Society. Filled with information on how to do Danish genealogy,helpful websites, examples of Gothic script, maps and much more!
The National Danish American Genealogical Society is an affiliate member of the Minnesota Genealogical Society. All members of NDAGS are allowed free access to the research library at the Minnesota Genealogical Center in Mendota Heights, MN.The MGS Library contains over 30,000 books, periodicals, and other items on a variety of ethnic nationalities, as well as computer and microfilm resources.
Visit their website at www.mngs.org
NDAGS is also closely affiliated with The Danish American Center in Minneapolis. The DAC has a unique research library of Danish and English print books on a variety of topics like Danish history, culture, and more. NDAGS has a collection of genealogy-specific books there as well.
Library hours can be found on their website at www.dac.mn
These are suggested links to help you find resources to use in your genealogical journey.
The National Danish American Genealogical Society is not responsible for the content or use of these sites, books, or resources.