Folklore in Sweden

Newsletter from Folklore in Sweden!

Press Release   •   Sep 13, 2010 08:01 EDT

Newsletter from Folklore in Sweden!

The web publication Folklore in Sweden has received a warm welcome. Many of our readers are contacting us with tips and ideas. We have come to the conclusion that our prices have been a bit flawed and have as such lowered the prices of all our subscription periods. Those of you who are already paying subscribers have had your pre-paid time lengthened to compensate for this.

Many of our readers have at some point tried to research their Swedish ancestors but have run into problems. We at Folklore in Sweden will from now on offer our paying subscribers of 1, 3 or 6 months free help and advice while researching the Swedish church records. Our experts with more than twenty years of experience are at your disposal. Folklore in Sweden also offers a genealogy school which will instruct you how to use the Swedish records without help. This school will be updated with a new episode weekly.

In 2009 “Inspirational genealogy” was released in Sweden. In this book the reader accompanies two women from different generations seeking their female roots. It quickly gained popularity and received great reviews from the Swedish press. It is now in the process of being translated into English and will be published exclusively on Folklore in Sweden. New episodes will be published weekly.

Welcome to join us at Folklore in Sweden.


Ewa Klingberg

Editor-in-chief of HMan Publishing House in Sweden is a web publication in English aimed at Swedish descendants around the World, but primarily in North America. It contains Swedish history, genealogy and other related articles. Besides being just a web publication it will also be a meeting place and knowledge bank for those interested in their heritage. was launched on the 10th of August 2010