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Record #141766:

Hans Lilienskiold - Kongens tjener, vitenskapsmann og samfunnsrefser i nord / Einar Niemi.

Title: Hans Lilienskiold - Kongens tjener, vitenskapsmann og samfunnsrefser i nord / Einar Niemi.
Translated title: Hans Lilienskiold - The king's servant, scientist and community chastiser in the North.
Author(s): Niemi, Einar.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Tromsø: Ravnetrykk
Language: Norwegian.
In: Ultima Thule. (1996.),
Abstract: Besides famous "Speculum Boreale" (Northern Mirror), Lilienskiold made big contribution to life in Norway, but was ostracised from own patrician background in Bergen. This connection made him in 1684 administrator of Finnmark, which was very impoverished, with uncertain frontier. Complaints about system led to Commission in 1685; it confirmed widespread chicanery by Bergeners. Hans and family settled in Vadsø, chief port of Finnmark, with 1000 inhabitants, half Norwegian, half Saami. He and two colleagues wrote Nordic history and accounts of Finnmark, including Speculum, which covered natural resources, trade, territorial politics, taxation, salmon rivers, whaling, cultural history and folklore. His sympathy for Saami grew; even drunk, they were gentle, and were highly competent at surviving in harsh climate. Bergeners reacted fiercely to his criticisms. He lost, regained and re-lost his post. 6 pages of his illustrations follow.
Notes:

In: Ultima Thule / Sigmund Nesset, Helge Salvesen, eds.

Keywords: 327 -- International relations.
339 -- Trade.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
76 -- Engravings and prints: Lilienskiold, Hans.
Y -- Descriptive general accounts.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 141766

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