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Record #163116:

Från ursprungsbefolkning till invandrargrupp. Samerna i svensk forskning under 1800-talet / Lennart Lundmark.

Title: Från ursprungsbefolkning till invandrargrupp. Samerna i svensk forskning under 1800-talet / Lennart Lundmark.
Translated title: From aboriginal people to immigrant group. The Saami in Swedish research during the 19th Cent.
Author(s): Lundmark, Lennart.
Date: 2000.
Publisher: Umeå, Sweden: Institutionen för Litteraturvetenskap och Nordiska språk, Umeå universitet
Language: Swedish.
In: Bilden av de samiska. Samerna och det samiska i skönlitteratur, forskning och debatt. (2000.),
Abstract: Most of century it was taken for granted that Saami were aboriginals of Scandinavia. Erik Geijer, professor of History at Uppsala, was unusual in treating of Saami in early history of Sweden. Skridfinnar were distinguished, but "Finns" meant both Finns proper and Saami, seen as original, and more warlike than at present. They separated from Finns as they did not want to settle and farm. He saw signs of Saami in graves on Åland and widespread placenames. Sven Nilsson at Lund published series on indigenous Saami in mid century, based mainly on stone tools found and skulls. Latter were studied zealously by Anders Retzius, with arbitrary division at 75% (width/length) between short and long skulls, but no racist overtones. Gustaf von Düben did set racist tone, seeing Saami as decadent, and "Ymer" appeared in that belief. Newer idea was that Saami spread from early northern fastnesses. In 1900 it was noticed that they were increasing, not dying out.
Notes:

In: Bilden av de samiska. Samerna och det samiska i skönlitteratur, forskning och debatt / Kjell-Arne Brändström.

Keywords: 314.74 -- Migration, international.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
572 -- Anthropology, physical.
903 -- Archaeology: Saami.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 163116

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