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Many people have written in asking if there will be a Allmogens almanac for the coming year. I'm happy to say: yes, it will! You can now order the almanac in shop for delivery in time for Christmas.
In Allmogens almanac 2019 you will find for each month a selected photo from the archives that shows glimpses of the life of the Swedish polymath through the seasons. The photos are taken from the end of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th century, for example the photo for February, taken in 1919 at the Billsjö ironworks in Dalarna:
The almanac also reminds you day by day of important events in our history and of traditional feasts and commemorations, and contains ancient wisdom from the 1875 edition of the Bondepraktikan.
Last year, the small print run of almanacs sold out before Christmas. This year I have ordered a slightly larger edition, but if you want to be sure to get one, I recommend you order soon. The Almanac is sent out from the beginning of December to those who order now, for delivery in time for Christmas.
As usual, the surplus of all sales goes exclusively to improving and expanding Allmogens work to keep the knowledge of our history and heritage alive.
I have big plans for 2019 that I think you will appreciate, and the sale of the almanac will help make those plans a reality. Of course, it is also possible to donate or becoming a member if you want to become one of Allmogens true friends, then you also get 30% discount on the almanac!
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- The slaughter of the almages on Helgeandsholmen 1463
- Speech on Swedish Flag Day
- 25 March 1644: Massacre of Scanian peasants at the Battle of Borst
- The plague in the Gullspång river
- Smokestone (Eye 136)
- Vote for Sweden's national flower
- You can now order the Allmogens Almanac 2020
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- Sigurdsristningen (Sö 101)