- The Settlers (novel)
- "Nybyggarna" redirects here. For the film, see The New Land.
The Settlers Author(s) Vilhelm Moberg Original title 'Nybyggarna' Translator Gustaf Lannestock Country Sweden Language Swedish Series The Emigrants suite Genre(s) Historical novel Publisher Bonniers (Swedish edition) Publication date 1956 Published in
1961 Media type Pages 535 pp (Swedish edition) ISBN 0-87351-321-5 OCLC Number 32391776 Dewey Decimal 839.73/72 20 LC Classification PT9875.M5 N913 1995 Preceded by Unto a Good Land Followed by The Last Letter Home
Film, TV or theatrical adaptions
- The New Land, a 1972 sequel to the first film, based on the last two novels.
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