- Amerikansk: Slang for
skandinaviske emigranter i
Begrebet stammer fra 1880erne og refererer til den snustobak de svenske skovarbejdere i Minisota tykkede
Remarks by Bill Nye,
... The tobacco used by the pine choppers of the northern forest is
called the Scandihoovian. I do not know why they call it that,
unless it is because yon can smoke it in Wisconsin and smell it in
This full etext Remarks (Part A, also see Part B) of 1888 by Bill
Nye (Edgar W. Nye), at Guthenberg.
(also found as "snus," from the Swedish). Damp snuff for chewing,
used by lumberjacks. It is said that no one knows what is in it,
but all agree it is most powerful chewing tobacco. It was placed
under upper or lower lip.
Same as Copenhagen, Scandihoovian-dynamite, Swede-brain-food,
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