A History of Strum & the Town of Unity
The original 75-page book with pictures by Roy H. Matson of Strum
A factual account of a Norwegian settlement in America!
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Christianson & Tackett Family History
Family & Community WEB Site
by Bill Christianson
Strum area Genealogies and Old Strum Pictures presented by a boy from Strum.
Includes a narrative only, easy to read, version of "A History of Strum & the Town of Unity"

Story of a Lutheran People, 1872-1972, Strum, Wisconsin
The original 70-page 100th Anniversary Book in WEB Site format
A History of the Lutheran Church in a USA Norwegian Community, Strum
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Zieske Extended Family Research in Prussia
1750-1850 Prussian Church Record Extractions, Genealogies and Progress Reports

Ascherbude, Follstein, Gross Kotten, Putzig, Putzighauland, Stieglitz of kreis Czarnikau, Posen, Prussia

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Madsen-Garsjøen of Strum, Wisconsin, USA

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The Ship Atalanta: Moltzau Travel to America in 1867
This Welcome Sign is on U.S.Highway 10 East & West Entrances to Strum - designed and built by David "Duke" Berg, of Eleva, Grandson of Helfred Matson & Mary Garson.
Hurdal Kings Trail Wayhouse: Built 1710
From Østre & Vestre Toten, Hurdal, Nord Aurdal, Tolga, Rindal, Solør and other points of Norway they came for land in sparsely populated north Trempealeau Coiunty, Wisconsin, USA. Land was free, or, nearly so, for many. Read and view about the Norwegian influx, how they built and developed their new community in cooperation with a few New England settlers already here. (story below)