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HaslamA.JPG  Anka Magee, AG®[edit | edit source]

I was born and raised in Moss and Askim, Østfold, Norway. Speak and read Norwegian fluently; read and translate Swedish and Danish fluently.

Presently a Nordic Research Consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

Professional researcher 2002-Present

Education[edit | edit source]

  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology), 1997; Brigham Young University

Credentials[edit | edit source]

  • Accredited in Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish through International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogist, ICAPGen®

Experience[edit | edit source]

  • Instructor, Brigham Young University 2002-2008
  • Classes taught :
  •      BYU: Hist 400R Scandinavian Family History
  •      Hist 408R Scandinavian Family History
  •      Hist 425 Scandinavian Languages: Writing and Documents

Presenter at the following Conferences and Libraries[edit | edit source]

  • Salt Lake Institute
  • NGS Conference
  • ICAPGen conferences at BYU
  • Highland Utah Stakes Family History Fair
  • Riverton Family History Library
  • South Davis Family History Fair
  • South Jordan Family History Expo

Field research[edit | edit source]

  • Norway: cemeteries, archives, and libraries
  • Denmark: archives and libraries
  • British Isles: cemeteries, archives, and libraries
  • Germany: cemeteries and archives
  • USA: cemeteries and libraries

FHL Classes[edit | edit source]

  • Norwegian and Danish Introductory
  • Norwegian and Danish Advanced
  • Norwegian and Danish Probates
  • Norwegian Online Research
  • Norwegian Emigration; the experience
  • Norwegian Migration and Immigration
  • Norwegian Printed Sources
  • Norwegian Genealogical Collections

Published[edit | edit source]

Published in “Runar Slekthistorisk Tidsskrift for Østfold”

Researcher / genealogist for the following book;[edit | edit source]

Legacy of Sacrifice, Missionaries to Scandinavia

Translations[edit | edit source]

  • "Anders Frederick Ahlander: Mission Journal Oct 1899-Nov 1901", (2005)
  • Various issues of the "Nyhetsbrev" (The Norwegian Newsletter from English to Norwegian)