religion, folk school, culture, immigrantion
In 1943 when Enok Mortensen and his family arrived in Tyler, Minnesota, to begin his pastorate at Danebod Lutheran Church, they were greeted by a severe blizzard which prevented them from moving into the parsonage for several days. The parsonage, located across from the church, had been redecorated, cleaned, insulated and made ready for their occupancy and soon they were comfortably ensconced. This was to be their home for almost 18 years.
Hansen, Elsie S.
"Danebod Fall Meeting,"
The Bridge: Vol. 10
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol10/iss2/9