Title: Saga Heimfararmálsins [History of the ...
Publisher: [Winnipeg] Columbia Press, 1929. 83 p. 20 cm. Near Fine to Fine in beige card covers. The author was a prominent Icelandic-Canadian lawyer and Judge from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He was twice President of the Manitoba Bar association and twice Chair of the Manitoba Law Society. In this work, the author tells the story of a trip by Icelandic-Canadians to Iceland in 1930 to celebratee the millennium of the founding of Iceland's parliament. A detailed acount to a major dispute within the Icelandic Canadian community as to whether they should accept Canadian government grants to support thier travel. Subjects : Icelanders-Canada and the United States; Icelandic Canadians; Iceland; Althingi/parliament; Icelandic Millenium celebrations. Referenced in Hjartar, p. 24. At time of cataloguing, only one listing on Amicus (at University of Calgary); not listed in Peel (3rd Edition). Rare. Bookseller Inventory # 35260
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