Eileen - I think the best place to go is to the Emigrant Museum in Växjö.
Their phone number is 46-470-201-20.
Web Page: www.svenskaemigrantinstitutet.g.se
The have a special form to be filled out for research before you get
there, will consist of all the information you may know. There is also a
charge for this.
You may even have to make an appointment.
You can stay the Scandic Hotel e-mail: vaxjo(a)scandic-hotels.com
Good Luck. Happy Searching, Elsie Nilsson-Gustafson
From: Lloyd, Eileen <LloydE(a)ummhc.org>
To: SWEDEN-L(a)rootsweb.com <SWEDEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2001 6:11 PM
Subject: [Sweden] RE: A quick trip to Sweden
I will be in Lubeck, Germany for several days at the end of August. I have
chance to go and do some research on my Swedish family. My
from Norrkoping and my ggrandmother was from Goteborg (I think). The family
thought it was Stockholm. Anyway, here is my question:
What would be the absolute best place to do research when you have 1-1/2
days? My Swedish is minimal but I know the common genealogical terms in
Swedish. Would it be worth it to call or write and tell whoever I would be
Thank you for any ideas....
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