History of the Norwegian People, Volume 2

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Macmillan, 1915 - Norway
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Contents

Queen Margaret
42
King Eibik of Pomerania
43
Visborg Castle
52
An Embryo Democracy
56
King Christopher
64
Christian I of Denmark and Karl Knutsson of Sweden
66
The Reign of King Hans John
77
Literature and Intellectual Life in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
89
Local and General Administration
100
Christian II The Dawn of a New Era
103
Christian II the Tyrant The Stockholm Massacre
111
The Struggle for Norway Christian II
120
The Counts War Christian III
127
HI 0straat
130
The Reformation in Norway
134
The Reign of Christian III
142
King Christian III
144
Frederick II The Seven Years War with Sweden
148
Norwegian Internal Administration in the Reign of Fred erick II
155
Intellectual and Social Conditions in Norway in the Six teenth Century
160
Christian IV and His Age
183
Foreign Relations The Kalmar War
197
V
204
New National Growth Hannibal Sehested A New War with Sweden
207
Frederick III
216
Hereditary Kingship The Introduction of Absolutism
228
Ulrik Frederick Gyldenl0ve 286
236
Foreign Relations
238
Norwegian Emigration to Holland England Russia and America in the Seventeenth Century and Later
239
The Close of the Reign of Frederick III Christian V
247
The Gyldenl0ve War
253
Internal and Foreign Affairs in the Reign of Christian V
262
Economic and Social Conditions in Norway in the Seven teenth Century
272
Norwegian Literature in the Seventeenth Century
285
Education and the Church
294
Frederick IV The Great Northern War
300
Frederick IV
302
King Charles XII in Norway
309
Charles XII
311
Christian VII and Queen Carolina Mathilda The Stru f nsee Period
349
Prince Frederick and Ove H0egGuldberg A Period of Reaction
358
Crown Prince Frederick and A P Bernstorff Increasing Unrest in Norway Chr J Lofthus War with Sweden
363
DanishNorwegian Literature in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
371
Revolution and Despotism DenmarkNorways Foreign Policy 17921814
377
Frederick VI
390
The Gradual Dissolution of the DanishNorwegian Partner ship
398
The University of Christiania
402
Hans Nielsen Hauge
404
Events Leadiko to the Separation of Norway and Denmark 406
406
Norway Gains Her National Independence in 1814 417
417
Charles XIH
421
The Meeting of the Constituent Assembly at Eidsvold
423
The War of 1814 The Convention of Moss and Union with
432
Christian Frederick
440
Sentiments and Conditions after 1814
446
Young Norway Henrik Wergeland and Johan Sebastian
464
Henrik Wergeland
468
XIIL Camilla CoUett
474
Political Progress New Men and Measures
476
Oscar I Romanticism and PanScandinavianism
489
Political Reaction The Labor Movement
504
Schweigaard 490
511
Fredrik Stang
512
Kino Charles XV Beginning of a New Literary Develop
517
XVin Bj0rnstjerne Bj0rnson
520
New Political Struggles Proposed Revision of the Act
522
Charles XV
523
Important Reform Measures Passed in the Reign of Charles
531
Further Development of the Norwegian Literary
544
Alexander L Eielland
548
The Sverdrup Ministry Norway under Parliamentary
555
The Demand for a Separate Norwegian Foreign Office
561
Fridtjof Nansen
562
The Storthing Building
576
fe Political and Social Conditions 19051914
585
Queen Maud
586
Norwegian Emigration to America The Norwegians in
598
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