emigration, history, Denmark
In the late medieval and modern periods the histories of Denmark and Norway paralleled each other. During much of that interval the Union of Kalmar (1397-1523), which included also a dynastic tie with Sweden, practically insured common political, economic, and religious development. On the threshold of the modern age Sweden broke away from the Union (1523), but Norway was obliged to remain under Danish rule until 1814.
Andersen, Arlow W.
"Reflections On Denmark As It Was, And Emigration To America,"
The Bridge: Vol. 9:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol9/iss1/6