BC: Conclusion | Norway effected Texas because they made a city named after Norway, but the Norwegian language didn't effect Texas at all.-7th grade Texas History.
FC: By: Rachel Welbes, Dylan Weatherford, Colton Sydlik and Dylan Williams | Norway
1: Religion | The Norwegian religion consists of mostly Christians with a few other religions mixed in.
2: This is a map of the Scandinavian Peninsula. The lighter part is Norway | Norway Map
3: Language | In Norway, people speak Norwegian. Hello=Hallo Thank You=Takk Goodbye=Farvel Hello my name is=Hei mitt navn er
4: Holidays | --January 1: New Year's --Moveable Sunday: Pam Sunday- Sunday before Easter Sunday --Moveable Thursday: Maunday Thursday- The Thursday before Easter Sunday --Moveable Friday: Good Friday- The Friday before Easter Sunday --Moveable Sunday: Easter Sunday --Moveable Monday: Easter Monday- The day after Easter Sunday --May 1: Labour Day- International Workers' Day --May 17: Constitution Day- Celebration of the Constitution of 1814 --Moveable Thursday: Ascension Day- 40 days after Easter --Moveable Sunday: Pentecost- 50 days after Easter --Moveable Monday: Whitmonday- 51 days after Easter --December 25: Christmas Day --December 26: St Stephen's Day- A Christian saint's day celebrated on 26of December in the Western Church and 27 of Decemberin the Eastern Chruch --December 31: New Year's- "The day of the new year"; The last day of the year.
5: Why Did They Come? | People came here from Norway because they wanted to get more farmland. some came to get better jobs. Most came for the free land that Texas was giving. They came from East Texas
6: The red background on the Norwegian flag was taken from Denmark. The blue cross represents Sweden and Norway's The white outline around the cross completes the tricolor of freedom. | Flag
7: Food | In Norway they eat fish, meat. They drink mostly coffee and Alcohol
8: Music | They listen to traditional (Folk) music. Which they have listen to since earlier in time.
9: Clothing | They have 3 different types of clothing, they were carhartt, coats, and folk costumes.