At a glance
Swedish American Hall, Top floor
2174 Market St.
(corner Market/Sanchez/15th Sts.)
6:30 - 9:00 PM
- Near BART
- Near MUNI
- RSVP encouraged
San Francisco’s Swedish Immigrants host the fair at their Pavilion
Sweden’s Pavilion was first recommended by San Francisco’s Swedish immigrants, who took pride in their homeland, despite their Swedish emigration (1851-1930).
Sven-Ove Westberg speaks of the emigration and the name-law of 1901.
Katherine Hughes and Mary-Ann Hill describe the importance of the PPIE for Swedish residents of the East Bay, discussing important Swedes and Swedish-Americans of the time and their role in the Exposition.
Carol Martin speaks of Swedish immigrants among the Sioux of North Dakota.