Prologue to Emigration
Hard Times in Eyjafjörđur
The Viking Heart
I love you little…
Pioneers Across The Atlantic
The Voyage across the Atlantic in 1873
To Those Bound West
Sailing away from Iceland 1873
Settlement in Canada
The First Two Years
News from Shawano County
Magnús Elíasson recites the poem Sandy Bar
Stories of the Settlement
""Now I won't go a foot farther" From an interview with Guđjón Árnason from Espihóll.
"It was an incredibly hard winter..." From an interview with Stefán Stefánsson from Gimli.
"And the first child born here in the West..." From an interview with Guđjón Árnason from Espihóll.
"And then they began to build..." From an interview with Guđjón Árnason from Espihóll.
"My father came West in 1883..." From an interview with Rev. Harald[ur] Sigmar, Sr.
A new society of Western Icelanders
The Carousal in Winnipeg
John Ramsey the native Indian
Farm in America
How I got the better of the county council
The language of Western Icelanders
From an interview with Kristinn Oddsson in Vancouver.
Icelandic in the West. From the radio episode The secret of the Vínarterta.
"But our countrymen were tough." From an interview with Guđjón Árnason from Espihóll in Gimli.
"Fussy eaters, those redskins." From an interview with Rev. Harald Sigmar, Sr.
The Present and the Roots
The Music of Failure
Address of the Mountain Woman 1944
Kristjana Gunnars' poem
The Secret of the Vínarterta
To be a Child of Icelandic origin in the New World. A visit to Farm Breiđablik in Geysircounty. Ađ vera barn af íslenskum ćttum í Vesturheimi Heimsókn ađ bćnum Breiđablik í Geysisbyggđ.
The Secret of the Vínarterta. First episode.
The Secret of the Vínarterta. Second episode.
What Nationality is the Culture of Icelandic-Canadians?
Personalities from the history of Western Icelanders