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Record #212643:

Stone walls as a means of understanding the different types of reindeer herding: a study from the Lule Sámi area on the Norwegian side of the border / Oddmund Anderson.

Title: Stone walls as a means of understanding the different types of reindeer herding: a study from the Lule Sámi area on the Norwegian side of the border / Oddmund Anderson.
Author(s): Anderson, Oddmund.
Date: 2014.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (2014.), Vol. 51(2) (2014)
Abstract: Presents historical account of use of stone walls in intensive and extensive reindeer herding in Finnmark, Norway. In intensive reindeer herding, walls were used to divide land into smaller areas. Transition to more extensive reindeer herding (late 1800s or early 1900s) changed ways in which land was divided, and also changed patterns of human settlement on Norway/Finland border.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 51(2) :23-34 (2014).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
636 -- Animal husbandry and domestic animals.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
711.14 -- Land use.
93"189" -- 1890-1899.
93"190" -- 1900-1909.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 212643

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