Danish immigrants, religion, preaching
Unless one were aware of it, one would not be likely to guess that Enok Mortensen was an immigrant. Even when one was aware of it, one tended to forget the fact. In his speaking and in his writing, Mortensen did not portray the usual marks of a Danish immigrant. His pronunciation of English was flawless and he was no stranger to English grammar. He was as much at home in one language as the other and he was as much a part of America as he was of his native Denmark.
"Enok Mortensen as Preacher,"
The Bridge: Vol. 10
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol10/iss2/8