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Record #41621:

Hunting and fishing in the rationalisation of forestry and agriculture / Carl-Eric Dahlgren.

Title: Hunting and fishing in the rationalisation of forestry and agriculture / Carl-Eric Dahlgren.
Author(s): Dahlgren, Carl-Eric.
Date: 1965.
Publisher: Luleå: Norrbottens Museum
In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day. (1965.),
Abstract: Land was partitioned mainly in 19th Cent. Forests were unpartioned. Hunting's economic importance gave way to fishing then to agriculture. Originally water rights were owned by landowners, but Crown then claimed important fish. Then right was sold to villagers. Mountain lakes are still open to all. Current numbers at time of symposium were 70 000 sparetime fishermen, value 10 M kr., 20 000 sparetime hunters, value 1.5 M kr. Fishermen with fishing as second occupation work seasonally in industry. Binding rights to property has led to splitting, with 19 000 units, but active farming in only 7 000.
Notes:

In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day / Harald Hvarfner, ed.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
631 -- Agriculture.
634.0 -- Forests and forestry.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
639.21 -- Fisheries, fresh-water.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 41621

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