Norwegian family home in Ephraim, Door County, Wisconsin. The building was moved over from Stavanger, Norway in 1965 with paintings and rosemaling done by Norwegian artist Sigmund Aarseth.
Shirley Malm personalized a decorative Dala Horse in a Swedish American gift shop, Hemslojd) based in Lindsborg Kansas, the largest retailer of Dala horses outside of Sweden.
A Decorah, Iowa community celebrates the end of the holidays around their family's original Norwegian homestead singing the last of the carols and drinking warm Wassail (Old Norse "ves heil")
Swedish-American children look in on a replica portraying a Traditional Swedish 'Stuga', or cottage, informed by the villages of Sweden previous to the emigration to 'Nord Amerika".
Scandinavian influences around Lake Michigan and Door County, WI
Fresh water White-Fishing off the coast of Wisconsin on the Green Bay - operated by charlie henricksen, son of chicago-swedish immigrant parents.
A Swedish themed Bed & Breakfast near Lindström Minnesota decorated for St. Luccia's Day
Harley Refsal carves traditional Norwegian wood carvings in a Decorah bakery. Harley is knighted by the King of Norway for bringing the hand-craft back to Norway by teaching the craft in the Norwegian language back in its country of origin.