Governor Johan Printz monolith restoration

Restoration of the Governor Johan Printz 1643 -1653 granite monolith

This monolith was erected by the Swedish Colonial Society in 1923.

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Society issues New Sweden 375th Jubilee Commemorative

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New Sweden Landmarks

Click READ MORE to Get a List of New Sweden Landmark, in the Area.

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Forefather Members are Active Members who can prove descent from Swedish or Finnish colonists in the United States prior to the Treaty of Paris, marking the close of the Revolutionary War, in 1783.

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ABSOLUTELY DON’T MISS!!

SAVE THE DATE: Julmiddag Luncheon

1Saturday, December 20, 2014, noon-4pm.

The Swedish Colonial Society Requests the Pleasure of your Company for Julmiddag

Commemorating the 376th Anniversary of the Swedes and Finns’ First Christmas in America

Saturday December 20, 2014

Location: Corinthian Yacht Club Essington PA.

Reception 12 Noon with Luncheon at 1PM

Corinthian Buffett, Cash Bar

RSVP by December 5, 2014

Click here to download complete invitation (PDF)

Mail to: The Swedish Colonial Society

3500 Falling Green Rd. Olney, MD  20832 -1128

Annual Forefathers and Founders Day Luncheon

2Sunday, April 19, 2015 from 12pm- 4pm
The Swedish Colonial Society and the Delaware Swedish Colonial Society are hosting the Annual Forefathers and Founders Day Luncheon on Sunday, April 19, 2015 from 12pm- 4pm. Invitations will be sent out early next year. SAVE THE DATE.

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NEW SWEDEN ON THE DELAWARE

3Celebrating the 375th Anniversary of the founding of the New Sweden Colony in America, this limited-edition, 128 page volume features nearly 50 locations in 245 full-color photographs.

New Sweden on the Delaware

$25.00* plus shipping


How Many Books Would You Like
Ship outside of the USA+$47.00



*All proceeds go to the educational funds that allow this program to run. PAYPAL*SWEDISHCOLO will appear on your bank statement
ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP!

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    As a member of the Swedish Colonial Society:

  • You can learn about the early Swedes who landed in Wilmington, DE beginning in 1638
  • You can help preserve the legacy of the Colonial Swedes in America
  • You can help increase awareness and preservation of monuments at historic sites
  • You can help commemorate historic and cultural events and accomplishments relating to the Swedes and Finns in America
  • You can attend annual events such as the Annual Forefather Luncheon and meeting, Fall History Conference and Julmiddag Christmas Event
  • You will receive biannual copies of the Swedish Colonial Journal
  • You will meet others who share your interest in the early Swedes and Finns and Swedish/Finish culture
  • You can gain access to various collections including the Peter S. Craig Collection and the Ronald S. Beatty Collection
  • Membership is available for everyone interested in the history of the New Sweden Colony and the early Swedes and Finns of America and learn more about your forefather ancestor and share your interest with others
  • There are various types of membership such as active members, forefather members, and institutional membership-see Join Today at the top of the SCS website for details

Active Membership Dues



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**The official registration and financial information of The Swedish Colonial Society may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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