travel, Danish immigration, Australia
From Copenhagen across the Atlantic to America, occasionally via Germany or England, Danish emigrants usually followed the most direct route. The Atlantic is the ocean in the Danish Immigrant Museum's trademark "Across Oceans, Across Time." A few found their way to the New World via South America. But the young cabinetmaker in this story went the other way around. He circumnavigated the globe and stopped a few years in Australia before he finally settled in America.
Christensen, Borge M.
"Taking the Scenic Route: From Denmark to America via Australia,"
The Bridge: Vol. 24:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol24/iss1/6