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Kågeträsk diary

Ulf Lundström talks about the Kågeträsk diary written by the two sisters Greta Dahlqvist (1859-1947) and Lovisa Dahlqvist (1862-1938). It was written between 1891 and 1901 on the Anten-Ors farm in Kågeträsk and describes the daily life of the sisters. Birgitta Bjurman has transcribed the diary and translated it into modern Swedish. Ulf Lundström has identified people and researched life in the village and edited the text. Ann-Catrine Edlund is the main editor and Erik Edlund has done the linguistic editing.

(It is published in the Academy's series Folklivsskildringar och bygdestudier 21:2 and a number of excerpts from the material have been interpreted and read in contemporary Skellefte language by Marianne Folkedotter, Västerbotten Museum. )

Registration to e-mail kage.bibliotek@skelleftea.se or 0910-71 54 11 from September 11

Eng.
Ulf Lundström tells about “The Kågeträsk Diary”, which was written by the two sisters Greta Dahlqvist (1859-1947) and Lovisa Dahlqvist (1862-1938). It was created between 1891 and 1901 at “Anten-Or’s” farm in Kågeträsk and depicts the daily life of the sisters. Birgitta Bjurman has rewritten the diary and translated it into modern Swedish. Ulf Lundström has identified people and researched life in the village and processed the text. Ann-Catrine Edlund is the main editor and Erik Edlund has done the linguistic processing.

In Swedish.

Storytelling evening

Monday, October 14, 14:00-15:00

Location: Kåge Library

Participants:
Ulf Lundström
Duration: approx. 60 min

Free entrance.
Registration to e-mail kage.bibliotek@skelleftea.se or 0910-71 54 11 from September 11

Organizer: Kåge Library

Part of the Storytelling Festival 2024

  1. Kåge Library

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