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Record #144450:

Sami history and the Frontier myth / Einar Niemi.

Title: Sami history and the Frontier myth / Einar Niemi.
Author(s): Niemi, Einar.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Karasjok, Norway: Davvi Girji
In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience. (1997.),
Abstract: Theory of frontier has been important to Scandinavia, and to its inhabitants - Saami. Missionary activity (less compromised in Russia) and settlement brought metropolitan people into contact with Saami and Kvens, who moved in in bursts for 200 years. Saami traditional rights were respected in many court cases. Russian/Finnish threat made central governments suspicious, and lowest point for Saami was end of 19th Cent. when Norwegianisation was linked to nationalist fervour. Political and language rights have been juridically stated, but issue of Saami land rights remains to be settled.
Notes:

In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience / Harald Gaski, ed.

Keywords: 347.23 -- Land ownership, legal aspects.
37 -- Education.
376.74 -- Education, native peoples.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
8 -- Languages and literature.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 144450

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