Sami history
The Sámi people are the indigenous people of northern Europe inhabiting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia. The traditional Sami ...
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Nordic Stone Age
The Nordic Stone Age refers to the Stone Age of Scandinavia.
As the ice receded, reindeer grazed on the plains of Denmark and southernmost Sweden, while along the coast of western Sweden, marine r...
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Lappmarken
Lappmarken was an earlier Swedish name for the northern part of the old Kingdom of Sweden specifically inhabited by the Sami people and Kvens. In addition to the present-day Swedish Lapland, it also c...
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Lapp Codicil of 1751
Lapp Codicil of 1751 is an addendum to the Stromstad Treaty of 1751 that defined the Norwegian-Swedish border. It consists of 30 sections.This special codicil formalised the rights of the Lapps or Sám...
Lars Hætta
Lars Hætta (Northern Sami: Jáhkoš-Lasse; 21 January 1834 – 17 February 1896) was a Norwegian Sami reindeer herder, prisoner, wood carver and Bible translator. Following the Sami revolt in Gu...
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Margareta (missionary)
Margareta (ca 1369 - ca 1425), was a Swedish Sami missionary. She was given permission by the Swedish crown to preach and convert her fellow samis from Paganism to Christianity. Her position was uniqu...
Lars Levi Læstadius
Lars Levi Laestadius (10 January 1800 – 21 February 1861) was a Swedish Sami pastor and administrator of the Swedish state Lutheran church in Lapland who founded the Laestadian pietist revival movemen...
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T. I. Itkonen
Toivo Immanuel Itkonen (January 20, 1891, Pulkkila – December 5, 1968, Helsinki) was a Finnish historian and linguist, specializing in Sami language and the history of the Sami people.Itkonen's father...
Dislocation of Sami people
The dislocation of Sami people was the ordered movement of 300–400 Sami people from Jukkasjärvi and Karesuando in the 1920s to 1940s.
This was outermost a result of political nature between Norway...
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Aslak Hætta
Aslak Jacobsen Hætta (24 January 1824 – 14 October 1854) was one of the leaders of the Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu, called the Kautokeino Rebellion, in November 1852. During the riots, the mer...
Mons Somby
Mons Aslaksen Somby (14 February 1825 – 14 October 1854) Somby was one of the leaders of the Sami rioters that attacked several Norwegian shops during the Kautokeino rebellion of 1852. During th...
Maria Magdalena Mathsdotter
Maria Magdalena Mathsdotter (21 March 1835 – 31 March 1873) was a Swedish Sami who in 1864 took the initiative to the foundation of schools for Sami children in Lapland.
Mathsdotter was born 21 Ma...
Stor-Stina
Kristina Katarina Larsdotter (19 January 1819, Brännäs in Malå - 27 May 1854), known as Långa lappflickan, The Lapland Giantess, Stor-Stina (Big Stina) and Stina Kajsa, was a Swedish Sami, who aroused...
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Thomas von Westen
Thomas von Westen (13 September 1682 – 9 April 1727) was a Norwegian Lutheran priest and missionary.He was born in Trondheim in Sør-Trøndelag, Norway. He was educated for the priesthood in Copen...
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Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu
The Sami revolt in Guovdageaidnu, also known as the Kautokeino uprising, was a revolt in the town of Kautokeino in northern Norway in 1852 by a group of Sami who attacked representatives of the Norweg...
Quiwe Baarsen
Quiwe Baarsen (died 1627), was a Sami shaman. He was one of 26 Sami people executed for witch craft in Northern Norway in the 17th century.Baarsen was a Noaidi and a resident in Aarøya. In May 1627, h...
Nils Vibe Stockfleth
Nils Joachim Christian Vibe Stockfleth (b. 11 January 1787 in Fredrikstad, Norway; d. 26 April 1866 in Sandefjord) was a Norwegian cleric who was instrumental in the first development of the written f...
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Norwegianization
Norwegianization was the official government policy carried out by the Norwegian government against the Sami and later the Kven people of northern Norway to assimilate non-Norwegian-speaking native po...
Lapponia (book)
Lapponia is a book written by Johannes Schefferus (1621 - 1679) covering a very comprehensive history of Northern Scandinavia topology, environment and Sami living condition, dwelling-places, clothing...
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Upper Paleolithic
The Upper Paleolithic (or Upper Palaeolithic, Late Stone Age) is the third and last subdivision of the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age as it is understood in Europe, Africa and Asia. Very broadly, it dat...
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