First, the setting is the Klondike Gold Rush, on the trail north from Dyea to the Chilkoot Pass, early winter, 1897. The speaker is an 18-year-old second-generation Norwegian-American, who grew up in a logging camp (which I hope will give her a broader vocabulary than might have been expected of a nice girl in her time and place) in western Washington state. She grew up basically bilingual, speaking Norwegian at home and English out in the world.
I need a nice set of cursewords for her to use when a tent falls on her, and something nasty for her to call the gentleman whose fault that was.
Also, I would be grateful for more tips on speech tics a native Norwegian speaker would have when speaking in English that won't make her sound like a cliché or distract the reader. I've had some already, but anything else would be useful.