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Make a Donation

We offer some gifts for donations to INLNA. 

Our offerings, while quantities last are:

  • No gift, all of your donation goes directly to the INLNA.   Thank you.
  • 1-year membership in the Icelandic Online Club (min. $25.)  The 'Icelandic Online Club' provides an online club for people of Icelandic descent; people who are interested in an Icelandic club who do not live near a current club or who would prefer a Facebook format.
  • INLNA History Book (min. $50.) Paperback.   The History of the INLNA 1919-2009, including the chapters, special events and monuments and memorials.
  • Vesturfarar DVD set (min. $100.) Documentary TV series shown in Icelandic Televison RUV summer 2014.
    English Subtitles!
    During the years from 1870 - 1914, thousands of Icelanders emigrated to the New World, the majority of them moving to Canada. Egill Helgason visiting people in Winnipeg, North-Dakota, Alberta, the west coast and more.
    Ten episodes on 2 DVDs
    3rd DVD includes extra material:
    6 episodes called Vestur-Íslendingar by Olafur Ragnarsson from 1976 about the emigration.
    The film "Ísland á sléttum Kanada" from 1941
    Also booklet with photographs are included with the box.
  • Signed book by the INL Reads author, Nancy Marie Brown (min. $500) Quoted from Nancy Marie Brown:

    "In 2001 a team of archaeologists began working in Skagafjord, the valley in northern Iceland where Karlsefni came from. I worked as a volunteer on the project one summer as we uncovered a house on the farm called Glaumbaer, where the sagas say Gudrid finally made her home. The floorplan of the house looks like no other found in Iceland. It most closely resembles a house at L’Anse aux Meadows.

    I told the story of my summer working on the archaeological team in ‘The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman’, which was published in 2007. I thought then that I had written all I could about Gudrid the Far-Traveler. Her spirit disagreed. As soon as that book came out, I began writing this novel.

    At the same time, I was working on my nonfiction book The Abacus and the Cross: The Story of the Pope Who Brought the Light of Science to the Dark Ages, so, not surprisingly, one of Pope Gerbert’s students, Father Gausbert, managed to become a character in Gudrid’s story. I was also beginning to become interested in the Lewis chessmen, the walrus-ivory chess pieces on which Karlsefni’s set were modeled. That interest ultimately grew into my next book, ‘Ivory Vikings: The Mystery of the Most Famous Chessmen in the World and the Woman Who Made Them.’"
  • A high res digital file from Mats (min. $1000.) Click for Mats website 
    Would you like a photo of your historic Icelandic farm? A specific place in Iceland? The INLNA will purchase a high resolution digital file from Mats Wibe Lunde, a professional photographer in Iceland. You can also work with Mats to purchase additional photos. This special offer of one file will be suitable for printing and framing of your specific farm or landscape in Iceland with a printing up to 16" by 20".


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