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Record #140181:

Uheldige pelsoppkjøpere på Sibirkysten / Ingvald Wahl.

Title: Uheldige pelsoppkjøpere på Sibirkysten / Ingvald Wahl.
Translated title: Unlucky fur traders on the Siberian coast.
Author(s): Wahl, Ingvald.
Date: 1996.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Polarboken. (1996.), (1996)
Abstract: Describes venture of author's father and a Swede to trade with Samoyeds in 1912. They took newly-wed wives as amateur crew. After successful trade and happy hours with both Samoyed and Russians, they set out in very difficult sea conditions, but were arrested by Imperial Coastguard and after Wahl had spent some nights in cell, all was confiscated and they were sent packing, their only gain 40 sacks of Siberian sand. They regained their dues by absconding all four across central Finland with pay packets from imperial silver mine in St Petersburg.
Notes:

Polarboken. : 39-54 (1996).

Keywords: 339 -- Trade.
339.185 -- Barter and exchange.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 140181

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