About Iceland Travel Video showing the many attractions of Iceland.
Canadian Nordic Society The Canadian Nordic Society celebrates the links and common interests between Canada and the Nordic countries: Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland.
Department of Scandinavian Studies - University of Washington It was established in 1909 by a special act of the Washington State Legislature. During its history, the Department has grown from a one-person institution to comprise a teaching staff of twelve full-time faculty in Scandinavian and Baltic Studies.
Iceland Genealogy on RootsWeb - WorldGenWeb Project Iceland, Land of Fire and Ice. Iceland Genealogy and History records date back to the ninth century. These records explode notions that only Danes settled here. Within a hundred years after first settlement, a few Scots, Swedes and Irish settled here.
The Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation The Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation was established on 20 June 1950 as a national, non-profit organization with the express purpose of providing assistance and support to qualified and talented young Canadians of university age visiting Nordic countries.