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Finnish American Archive Links of Interest

Finnish culture, cultural activities, and scholarship:

BÁIKI: The International Sámi Journal

Finlandia Foundation National

FinnFest USA

Finnish American Chamber of Commerce

FINNISH AMERICAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION of Ashtabula, Ohio

Finnish American Heritage Society of Canterbury, Conn.

The Finnish American Reporter

FINNISH HERITAGE HOUSE of South Thomaston, Maine

Finnish North American Literature Association

Multicultural Canada

Research Institute For The Languages Of Finland

Salolampi Language Village


Genealogy

See genealogy page


Clubs

Finnish-American Lawyers Association

Finnish Canadians

Knights of Kaleva

Uljas Koitto Temperence Society Pembroke/Quincy, Massachusetts


Other Archives With Finnish Holdings

Bentley Historical Library Ann Arbor, Michigan
       Finding aid: Suomi College Finnish-American collection. Joint project of Finlandia University (then called Suomi College), University of Turku, Finland, and The Bentley Historical Library.  The project, coordinated by Keijo Virtanen in 1974-1975, consists of 100 reels of microfilm related to Finnish-American Churches, Labor Societies, Temperance Organizations, and other materials from the United States and Canada.
      Finding aid: Varsinais-Suomi immigrant letters University of Turku.
      Finding aid: Finns In America (artificial collection)

Central Upper Peninsula and NMU Archives Marquette, Michigan
      Finding aid: Maple Ridge Workers Association of Rock, Michigan

The Immigration History Research Center Minneapolis, Minnesota
      Finding aid: William Hoglund papers (Some of Professor Hoglund's papers are housed here at the F.A.H.A.)

Keweenaw National Historic Park Calumet, Michigan
      Finding aid: Margaret Blander and Helmi Warren Family Papers

Michigan Tech Archives & Copper Country Historical Collections Houghton, Michigan

Local Websites

Stanton Township, Houghton Co., Michigan.  Website has historical articles, photographs and documents.

Some Finnish-American Wiki pages*

Max Dimont
Anna Easteaden
Finglish
Gus Hall
Pehr Kalm
Jorma Kaukonen
Timothy Kopra
Laestadianism In America
Christine Lahti
John Morton
New Sweden
Lisa Niemi (Haapaniemi)
Rosvall and Voutilainen
Eero Saarinen
Leonhard Seppala
T-Bone Slim (Matti Valentine Huhta)

* The Finnish American Historical Archive does not endorse or edit the above-provided Wikipedia links.  They are provided for informational purposes only.  The Finnish American Historical Archive has no political or denominational affiliation.