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«Hesthammer»

Civil Servants in Small Societies 1650 – 1850

19.05.2018

Høyonn med høyvogn i 1927

Demographic Growth – A Drive to Development

25.04.2018

The cultural landscape or that part of it which is still green and inviting to the eye has been shaped by the farmers’ toil down through the generations. At one time almost all of us were farmers. We see that the crofting system faded away as emigration to the towns and to America relieved the pressure.

From Øygarden towards Hjeltefjorden

Hordaland – a historic region

19.05.2018

Farm woman

The Women in Farmhouse Life

18.11.2017

Kvinnene hadde ein sentral plass i det gamle bondesamfunnet. Fiskarbonden på kysten og langs fjordane var ofte ei kvinne, og i mangesysleriet på gardane var det full likestilling.

 “A Wedding in Kingservigs Rectory”

The Norwegian Language Movement and the Two High Cultures

18.11.2017

The year 1849 was the breakthrough year for the National Romantic movement in Norway. It was in that year that Ole Bull, the renowned fiddler brought the Millerboy  from Telemark to the concert hall in the capital.

The Rosendal Barony

The Great Landowners, Gentry and Monasteries

19.05.2018

Classroom

The School

18.11.2017

The little white painted school house, the village school, often set between knolls and little woods in the outer fields, placed as centrally as possible between the farms that made up the school district, is the key symbol of the education society, a principal cultural factor.

The steep sloping landscape on Håvra

Cultural Heritage and Cultural Landscapes

18.11.2017

The development which culminated in the great west Norwegian clustered communities in the 18th and 19th centuries, such as we see at Havrå on Osterøy Island, actually first came into being in Viking times, with an incipient division of the farms into smaller units.

Hårteigen

The Landscape

18.11.2017