Because they wanted to.
Some Norwegians immigrated to America by boat.
Norse refers to Norwegians, especially ancient Norwegians
Norwegian people come from Norway
Norwegian Vikings settled in Greenland about A.D.1000,explored the coast of North America and also established a settlement in Newfoundland,Canada.
They wanted our cheeseburgers
Norwegians come from Norway, that will make them Europeans
Sure, a lot of Norwegians immigrated to England in the viking ages and too America also. There is a lot of Norwegian decendens in Minnesota just to name one.
no norwegians are from Norway
The word 'Hi' came from originally the word, "Hai" from the Norwegians.
The Norwegians were Vikings...
Norwegians speak Norwegian.
norwegians live in Norway
The country of Norwegians is Norway.
Norwegians are not Anglo-Saxons, they are Scandinavians.
Vikings were Scandinavians (Norwegians, Swedes and Danes).
Russians, then the Chinese, then the Norwegians. America is yet to build its own American factory
It is now accepted that they did, sometime in the 11th or 12th Century, but they were unable to make it a permanent colonization.
There wasn't a lot of land to live on in Norway a millenia ago. They went to Iceland and Greenland for land. America was obvious next place to go.
They come over the road almost every day. Are you talking about another location -perhaps in some other country?
The Norwegians used the paper clips as a symbol during the Holocaust.
My mom's parents are from Norway, and they both came for completely different reasons. On the higher note of the two, my grandmother came to see what America was like, for she had some family in Washington (4th biggest location for Norwegian-Americans). But my father had had a very rough child hood, for his father had be killed during the war and left him very poor. His education wasn't good, but he came on a ship here. So, some Norwegians could come because they want to see America, or for the better life that they could have. Currently my grandfather is much happier.