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Record #164237:

Finmorcks och kustens samer - näring, livstil och handel. Förändringar 1820. Och en punkterad myt. Del II / Peter Ericson.

Title: Finmorcks och kustens samer - näring, livstil och handel. Förändringar 1820. Och en punkterad myt. Del II / Peter Ericson.
Translated title: The Saami of Finmorck and the coast - livelihood, life style and trade. Changes in 1820. And a punctured myth.
Author(s): Ericson, Peter.
Date: 2002.
Language: Swedish.
In: Samefolket. (2002.), Vol. 83(11) (2002)
Abstract: About start of 17th Cent. epoch of full nomadism began, with mountain reindeer herders rotating as far as Gulf of Bothnia. Lapp bailiff called gathering in less confrontational style than birkarls', but it was part of Carl IX's Arctic politics. Differences between Saami areas are described, some in Taxed Mountains, others more controlled. (Finmorck was southern part of Sápmi in mediaeval times.) 1790-1818 were hard times for Saami nomads because of war and settlers. Myth is that stone rings found in Hornslandet are all Saami. Author sees them as mixed, with consequences for notion of Indigenous People. List of sources includes names of herders between Husum and Hörnefors 1820-29.
Notes:

Samefolket. Vol. 83(11) :20-22 (2002).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
903 -- Archaeology: Saami.
93"16" -- Seventeenth century.
V -- History.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 164237

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