Inari Sami people
Inari Sami are a group of Sami people who inhabit the area around Lake Inari, Finland. They speak the Inari Sami language, which belongs to the eastern Sami languages. There are an estimated 700–900 e...
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Skolts
The Skolt Sámi or Skolts are a Sami ethnic group. They currently live in and around the villages of Sevettijärvi, Keväjärvi, Nellim in the municipality of Inari, at several places in the Murmansk Obla...
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Tiina Sanila
Tiina Juulia Sanila-Aikio (born March 1983 in Inari, Finland) is a Skolt woman from Sevettijärvi, a village in Inari,who published the first full-length rock CD in Skolt Sami ever in 2005. The name of...
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Sää´mođđâz
Sää´mođđâz ("The Skolt News") is to date the world's only quarterly printed in the Skolt Sámi language. Published four times a year, it was first printed in Finland in 1978 and ran until 1986.
Kirsti Paltto
Kirsti Paltto (born February 11, 1947 in Utsjoki, Finland) is a Sámi author who writes mainly in Northern Sámi. Her books have been translated into several languages, including Finnish, German, Norweg...
Sápmelaš
Sápmelaš, originally Sábmelaš was a magazine written in Northern Sámi that was published in Finland from 1934 to 2001.
Sápmelaš was launched in 1934 by Sámi Čuvgehussearvi and was financed by the ...
Amoc (rapper)
Amoc (Mikkâl Antti Morottaja) (born 1984 in Inari, Finland) is a Sámi musician. He is noted for rapping in the nearly extinct language of Inari Sámi. Amoc's stage name is an acronym for Aanaar Master ...
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Sámi Čuvgehussearvi
Sámi Čuvgehussearvi (orig. Northern Sami: Sami Čuvgitusseärvi, Finnish: Lapin sivistysseura and Inari Sami: Säämi Čuovvittasseervi) (literally The Society for the Promotion of Sámi Culture...
Skolt Sami language
Skolt Sami (sääʹmǩiõll 'the Saami language' or nuõrttsää’mǩiõll if a distinction needs to be made between it and the other Saami languages) is a Uralic, Sami language spoken by approximately 400 speak...
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Anarâškielâ servi
Anarâškielâ servi (Inari Sámi Language Association) is a Sámi association from Inari, Finland. The association was founded in the auditorium of the Ivalo Hotel in Ivalo on December 4, 1986 by Veikko A...
Sami native region (Finland)
The Sami native region of Finland (Saamelaisten kotiseutualue in Finnish, Sámiid ruovttuguovllu in Northern Sami, Samernas hembygdsområde in Swedish) is the northernmost part of Lappi administrative r...
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Kierâš
Kierâš is an Inari Sámi-language on-line weekly that was published for the first time on September 6, 2007. It is published by Anarâškielâ servi and its editor-in-chief is Petter Morottaja. The newspa...
Pekka Aikio
Veli Pekka Olavi Aikio (born September 21, 1944 in Sodankylä, Finland) served as the president of the Sami Parliament of Finland for three terms from 1996 to 2008. Aikio's most important cause as a po...
Northern Sami Braille
Northern Sami Braille is the braille alphabet of the Northern Sami language.
Northern Sami Braille uses ⠷ (French à) for á, dot 6 is added to c and d for ⠩ č and ⠹ đ, while the other accented lett...
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Northern Sami orthography
The orthography used to write Northern Sami has experienced numerous changes over the several hundred years it has existed. For most of this time, Norway, Sweden and Finland — the three countrie...
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Sajos
Sajos is a Sami cultural and administrative centre, located in Inari, Finland, which operates as a convention and event space. The building was completed in January 2012 and inaugurated in April 2012....
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Kati-Claudia Fofonoff
Kati-Claudia Fofonoff (8 December 1947 in Ivalo – 12 June 2011) was an author and translator who wrote in Skolt Sámi and Finnish. Her books have also been translated into Northern Sami, Norwegian and ...
Pedar Jalvi
Pedar Jalvi or Peđar Jalvi (10 April 1888 in the village of Outakoski in Utsjoki, Finland – 8 August 1916 in Inari, Finland) was Finland's first Sámi writer and has been called the principal figure of...
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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Matti Morottaja
Matti Heikki Ilmari Morottaja or Kuobžâ-Saammâl Matti, (b. December 28, 1942 in Sammuttijärvi, Finland) is an Inari Sámi author, teacher and member of the Sami Parliament of Finland, serving as presid...
Sami Parliament of Finland
The Sami Parliament of Finland (Finnish: Saamelaiskäräjät, Northern Sami: Sámediggi, Inari Sami: Sämitigge, Skolt Sami: Sää´mte´ǧǧ) is the representative body for...
List of Presidents of the Sami Parliament of Finland
List of Presidents of the Sami Parliament of Finland.This is a list of Presidents (Speakers) of the Sami Parliament of Finland since that body was established in 1996:
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