Danish American, Greenland, heritage, Danish American Heritage Society
This article is not, strictly speaking, Danish American in content. However, Greenland has long been a concern of the United States. Secretary of State Seward who purchased Alaska from the Russians in 1867 gave some serious thought to the acquisition of Greenland also. Since the early days of World War 11, United States troops have been stationed in Greenland as part of our strategic defense system. The Danish American Heritage Society has always taken a broad view of what is Danish American, and we believe this article fits into that broad view.
"Greenland 1948-1985: From Reorganization to Home Rule and Beyond,"
The Bridge: Vol. 2:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol2/iss2/8