Danish-language, immigrant, America, press, tradition
By the time Sophus F. Neble, a journeyman printer from Stubbekobing, Denmark, emigrated in 1883 to seek his fortune in the farmlands of the American Midwest, there was already a rudimentary Danish press tradition in the United States. But at that point in his life, Neble little cared or even knew much about it. He had thrown over his years of apprenticeship in the printing trade for a dream of becoming a successful American dairy farmer in order to win the hand of the young woman he loved.
"The Danish-Language Press in America,"
The Bridge: Vol. 1:
7, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol1/iss7/7