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Arni Sveinsson - Diary 1918

sIcelandic Canadian Diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

    Arni Sveinsson - Diary 1922

    Icelandic Canadian diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

      Arni Sveinsson - Diary 1923

      Icelandic Canadian diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

        Arni Sveinsson - Diary 1924

        Icelandic Canadian diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School district south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

          Arni Sveinsson - Diary 1925

          Icelandic Canadian diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

            Arni Sveinsson = Diary 1905-6

            Icelandic Canadian Diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period.

              Arni Sveinsson Diary - Grund District, Manitoba

              Arni Sveinsson, born in 1851, came to Canada from Iceland in 1876 and eventually settled in the Grund District in Southern Manitoba. Arni was an ardent diarist and letter writer. This selection from his diary was translated by his grandson, Arni Sveinsson Jr.

                Arni Sveinsson Diary 1911

                Icelandic Canadian Diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey Schol District south of Glenboro during the settlement period in Manitoba.

                  Arni Sveinsson Diary 1920-21

                  Icelandic Canadian diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey School District south of Glenboro Manitoba during the settlement period.

                    Arni Sveinsson Ledger Letters Part 1

                    A series of letters dated 1916 to 1920 and originally copied into a page numbered ledger, the current images are taken from an photocopy with red lettered editors comments. The letters cover a variety of topics.

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