Genealogy

Norwegian Genealogy Research Resources

“Norwegian Roots”: A research guide to finding “family members, farms and communities in historic Norway,” created by librarians at St. Olaf.  https://libraryguides.stolaf.edu/NorwegianRoots

“Norwegian Immigrants”: A research guide designed to help people find their family members in the United States, rather than find information about their roots in Norway. Created by librarians at St. Olaf.
https://libraryguides.stolaf.edu/NorwegianImmigrantsToTheUS

Genealogy at NAHA (The Norwegian-American Historical Association): A list of genealogy resources that can be found in the NAHA archives at St. Olaf.
https://www.naha.stolaf.edu/genealogy/index.htm

Digitalarkivet: Digital Archives is a public service from the National Archives of Norway. You can search in transcribed source material, such as census reports and church records, for free.

DIS-Norge (DIS-Norway): The Norwegian Genealogy Association is a membership organization (NOK 400/year), but some resources are available to non-members.

Arne G. Brekke Bygdebok Collection: A collection of bygdebøker (local histories) housed at the University of North Dakota.
https://library.und.edu/special-collections/bygdebok/