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The State and the rejection of Saami customary law - superiority and inferiority in Norwegian-Saami relations / Steinar Pedersen.

Title: The State and the rejection of Saami customary law - superiority and inferiority in Norwegian-Saami relations / Steinar Pedersen.
Author(s): Pedersen, Steinar.
Date: 1999.
Publisher: Tromsø: Centre for Saami Studies, UiT
In: On customary law and the Saami rights process in Norway. (1999.),
Abstract: State has private ownershiprights over 96% of county's 48 000 km₂. With exception of reindeer herding, settlements have practically no usufruct of land. Situation goes back to mid-19th Cent., when State claimed rights from ancient times, Saami being nomads with no property, and Finnmark colony. State had moved in in 1613, 1751 and 1826, but nothing from these years states that it took over ownership even then. Setting Saami rights aside stems from Norwegian nationalism blended with touch of racism.
Notes:

In: On customary law and the Saami rights process in Norway / Tom G. Svensson, ed.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
342.72/.73 -- Civil rights.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 153748

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