immigrants, Danish culture, education
During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, thousands of immigrants from Denmark settled in the American Midwest. Some of them brought with them educational concepts and religious convictions they hoped to pass on to future generations; to do so they created a variety of educational and religious institutions scattered across several Midwestern states. What follows is a study of Paulus Falck, who passed through several of these institutions.
"From the Farm to the Faculty: The Educational Odyssey of Paulus Falck,"
The Bridge: Vol. 28:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol28/iss2/8