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  • |sivun nimi=Act on the Saami Parliament: Sweden
    206 B (27 words) - 09:12, 7 August 2014
  • |sivun nimi=Saami Parliament: Sweden ...mber. The Secretariat is located in Kiruna. </p><p>The Saami Parliament in Sweden represents a central element in the development of indigenous dimension in
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  • |sivun nimi=Reindeer husbandry rights: Sweden
    257 B (32 words) - 10:11, 31 December 2014
  • |sivun nimi=Saami Studies: Sweden ...l in the establishment of the academic subject of Finno-Ugric languages in Sweden. In 1909 he had obtained a full professorship in a subject which was define
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  • {{#display_map:Kvikkjokk, Sweden
    356 B (38 words) - 13:23, 20 August 2014
  • |artikkeliteksti=Flatruet is a fell in Sweden.
    143 B (17 words) - 11:29, 25 June 2014
  • ... is a locality situated in Skellefteå Municipality, Västerbotten County, Sweden with 797 inhabitants in 2010.
    288 B (39 words) - 11:31, 25 June 2014
  • ...f in the southwestern corner of Stora Sjöfallet National Park in northern Sweden. |luokat=Areas and geography, Sweden, fells
    433 B (59 words) - 09:03, 21 August 2014
  • ...nce of Lapland because outside the borders of Finland it also extends into Sweden in the Province of Norrbotten, into Norway in the Provinces of Tromso and F
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  • ...after the Stone Age but still Stone Age in nature. With regard to northern Sweden, the term refers to a period that corresponds to what is generally represen
    847 B (115 words) - 10:13, 30 December 2014
  • ...nd region of Sweden, where a second wave of settlers arrived from southern Sweden c. 6500 B.C. The Mesolithic ended as characteristics of the New Stone Age,
    2 KB (250 words) - 10:17, 30 December 2014
  • ...esearch. This criterion is not, however, always followed to the letter. In Sweden and Norway, the Prehistoric Age is considered to end with the Viking Age (A
    1 KB (201 words) - 12:04, 30 December 2014
  • ... peninsula of {{Artikkelilinkki|1522|Fennoscandia}}, comprising Norway and Sweden. For cultural and linguistic reasons, Denmark is also usually included amon
    692 B (90 words) - 08:53, 31 July 2014
  • ...okeino in Norway. By 1870 he had moved with his parents to Jukkasjärvi in Sweden in search of better grazing ranges. This move was part of the migrations of
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  • ... at the Stockholm to prepare the conference, which was held in Jokkmokk in Sweden from 31 August to 3 September 1953. In the first conference a joint committ
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  • {{Kuvalinkki|ruotjarj.jpg|Saami organizations: Sweden}} <BR>
    342 B (38 words) - 10:47, 2 October 2014
  • ...lanted the criterion of occupation, which was previously applied mainly in Sweden. Among the major political matters dealt with by the Saami Parliaments are
    1 KB (155 words) - 08:12, 7 August 2014
  • ...h the new {{Artikkelilinkki|0521|Saami Parliament}} Acts of Norway (1989), Sweden (1993) and Finland (1995). In all three countries, Saami ethnicity is based ...rding Saami were included, and as a result the present Saami population of Sweden is estimated at 20,000, of whom some 3000 are engaged in reindeer husbandry
    11 KB (1,856 words) - 10:25, 9 November 2021
  • ...o the principle of one per language group from Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden. The secretariat is based in Kautokeino, operating initially in conjunction
    1 KB (172 words) - 09:34, 24 November 2021
  • ...n of Pietist popular revivals, the movement, which was originally known in Sweden as the Readers (<I>läsare</I>), worked within the Evangelical-Lutheran chu ... (a Pietist movement that was started along the border between Finland and Sweden in the 1770s by Pastor Nils Wiklund of Ylitornio) and the {{Artikkelilinkki
    12 KB (1,980 words) - 17:36, 18 December 2014
  • ...mal years the Norway lemming is found in the highest fell areas of Norway, Sweden and Finland. However, in years when the population is large, Norway lemming
    4 KB (683 words) - 13:59, 2 October 2014
  • ... (and indeed the world) was in Lenvik in the vicinity of Tromsø, while in Sweden the northemost church was located just north of Umeå. Later, in the Middle ...n a race for control of the Arctic Ocean began between the great powers of Sweden-Finland and Russia. </P>
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  • ...e first Saami dramatic company called Dálvadis was founded in Jokkmokk in Sweden. Ten years later the Beaivváš company was founded in Kautokeino in Norway ...p composed of theatre enthusiasts from the South Saami areas of Norway and Sweden. It staged ten productions between 1985 and 1996. A play about the life of
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  • |artikkeliteksti=<P align="justify"> Gustav Vasa (1496-1560), king of Sweden from 1523 till his death. He carried out a religious reformation, reorganiz
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  • ...o helped them on their invincible path. Therefore, the State Chancellor of Sweden, dela Gardie, initiated a project to obtain and promulgate information abou
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  • ...sionary activity in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and mainly in Sweden and Norway. By this time, the old Saami conceptions of the gods had already ...neteenth-century sources a divinity called <I>Sáráhkká</I> was known in Sweden; she was believed to dwell beside the fireplace. In the late Saami traditio
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  • ...egian provinces of Nordland, Troms and Finnmark, the provinces of northern Sweden (Västernorrland, Jämtland, Västerbotten and Norrbotten, the Finnish prov
    994 B (142 words) - 08:47, 31 July 2014
  • ...The Salpausselkä chain of ridges in Finland and huge terminal moraines in Sweden, Norway and the Republic of Karelia are vestiges of the edge of the contine
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  • ... migrated as far as the northern border of the oak mixed forest of central Sweden (about 60ºN). North of this the hunting societies did not use pottery for
    3 KB (484 words) - 09:53, 30 December 2014
  • ...nkki|1325|Lapp taxation}}) of King {{Artikkelilinkki|1665|Gustav Vasa}} of Sweden in 1553, which may have affected the social structure of the Saamis (Winter
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  • ...eforms ([[Lapp taxation]]) of King {{Artikkelilinkki|1665|Gustav Vasa}} of Sweden in 1553. This had a clear effect on the social structure of the Saami (<i>{
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  • ...hooling even started. The education of Saami boys was started in Piteå in Sweden in 1619, and the so-called {{Artikkelilinkki|0232|Skytte Lapp school}} (Sky <P align="justify"> In the nineteenth century in Sweden, there was a dispute about which form of school was best suited for the edu
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  • ...e neutrality in the event of a war breaking out between Denmark-Norway and Sweden-Finland. It also confirmed or established the Saami s own legal system with
    1 KB (197 words) - 08:16, 1 November 2021
  • |artikkeliteksti=<P align="justify"> The name for schools in Sweden intended for the children of nomadic Saami reindeer herders. The previously
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  • ...dish, and in English translation in 2002. At the invitation of the King of Sweden, Laestadius took part as a Lapp in a French expedition called La Recherche
    14 KB (2,308 words) - 07:40, 24 November 2021
  • ...ik Gustav Geijer (1783 1847), a leading member of the Romantic movement in Sweden, proposed that the Lapps (as he called them) were the autochthonous people
    6 KB (1,049 words) - 10:16, 22 November 2021
  • ...Lapponia was mostly obtained from clergymen working in the Saami region of Sweden-Finland. Schefferus most important informants were Samuel Rheen, Olaus Graa
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  • ...la organization for the Saami organizations in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden. The task of the Council is to enhance the economic, social and cultural po ...elilinkki|0521|Saami Parliaments}} were established in Finland, Norway and Sweden. The Saami Council has defined itself as an NGO (non-governmental organizat
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  • ...rt Alberni, the following General Meetings have been held: 1977 in Kiruna, Sweden; 1981 in Canberra, Australia (picture); 1984 in Panama; 1987 in Lima, Peru;
    15 KB (2,345 words) - 10:46, 22 December 2014
  • ...r 100 persons, of whom only three were from the Saami lands and a few from Sweden, attended. No organization was founded at the meeting because the old reind
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  • ...on called Sällskapet Same-Ätnam /Lapska odlingens framtid was founded in Sweden. Later the name was changed to Same-Ätnam. The aim of the association is m
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  • ...ion goes back to the 1940s, when some young Saamis studying in Jokkmokk in Sweden organized a Saami ski competition. As a result of this activity the first S
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  • ...s: 1989: 5497; 1993: 7236; 1997: 8668; 2001: 9923. The Saami population of Sweden is estimated to be about 20,000. In the first election in 1993 there were 5
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  • ...literature is considered to have been born in 1619 with the publication in Sweden of two religious books in Saami: <I>ABC Book på Lappska Tungmål</i> [ABC ...6), who moved with his family from {{Artikkelilinkki|15560|Kautokeino}} to Sweden. He became famous for his work <I>Muitalus sámiid birra</i> [Tales of the
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  • ...en an amateur dramatic company called Dálvadis was founded in Jokkmokk in Sweden. Similar amateur groups were then founded all over the area inhabited by th
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  • ...d: Today we are trying for the first time to bind the Saamis of Norway and Sweden together. It is a pleasure to see so many Saamis gathered here, and I hope
    1 KB (162 words) - 07:18, 7 August 2014
  • |artikkeliteksti=<P align="justify"> Saami school, a state school in Sweden for Saami children. The Saami schools have carried on the tradition of the
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  • ...blished in the South Saami region in the early twentieth century, first in Sweden and then in Norway. The whole of the twentieth century was a period of awak ...diences with government ministers and even the king. She began her work in Sweden, and after she moved to Norway she continued her political activities there
    11 KB (1,752 words) - 08:31, 9 November 2021
  • ...P align="justify"> A centre of South Saami culture opened in Östersund in Sweden in 1998. The goal of the centre is to disseminate information specifically
    602 B (86 words) - 12:51, 10 July 2014
  • ... area although over a third of Saami people live outside it. In Norway and Sweden most of the transmissions can be heard throughout these countries. </P> ... almost a hundred persons, and it has several branch editorial offices. In Sweden, the first Saami-language broadcasting unit was established in Kiruna in th
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  • ...ational forum in the field. The Saami are an indigenous people of Finland, Sweden and Norway, and the only indigenous people of the European Union. The conce
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  • ...2 there were 120 individuals in the Nordic countries: 10 in Finland, 60 in Sweden and 50 in Norway.<BR><BR> {{Artikkelilinkki|0807|Predators}}</P><BR><BR>
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  • ... Most commonly it is made of frieze or baize, traditionally (especially in Sweden) of dehaired tanned reindeer hide. A woman s garment may also be woollen.</
    2 KB (328 words) - 12:55, 30 December 2014
  • ...there were 570 individuals in the Nordic countries: 120 in Finland, 300 in Sweden and 150 in Norway. Wolverines have been successfully transferred from reind
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  • ...sed either by a majority on a minority or self-imposed by the minority. In Sweden, the establishment of the {{Artikkelilinkki|0238|Nomad Schools}} for the ch
    695 B (101 words) - 09:33, 5 August 2014
  • ...en</i> (Tärna Saami Association). This association was founded in Tärna, Sweden in 1904. It runs a Saami cultural centre, <i>Samegården</i>, which holds e
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  • ...dialect of Finnish spoken on either side of the border between Finland and Sweden). </P>
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  • ...tioned for over 200 years, producing whole dynasties of Saami clergymen in Sweden. </P> <BR><BR> {{Artikkelilinkki|0203|Education}}<BR><BR>
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  • The most significant collection of Saami music in Sweden is in the Landsmåls och Folkminnes Arkiv in Uppsala. It includes the colle
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  • ... them a general official qualification as a teacher in Finland, Norway and Sweden. It is also possible to take degrees in the Saami language in the Nordic Sa ... in Norway at the University Colleges of Nord-Trøndelag and Nesna, and in Sweden at the University of Uppsala. In the Fenno-Ugric Department of the Universi
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  • ...oks required by the syllabi in the different counties (Norway, Finland and Sweden) are missing, and the syllabi differ from each other to the extent that Saa
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  • ...broadcast. The programme goes out over the national channels in Norway and Sweden with Norwegian and Swedish subtitles. In Finland, Saami-language newscasts
    2 KB (292 words) - 10:38, 24 November 2021
  • ... European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. In Addition, Norway, Sweden and Finland have each ratified the following UN Conventions on minority rig
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  • ...er two additional preparatory meetings in Yellowknife, Canada, and Kiruna, Sweden, the eight Arctic states, as well as other interested actors (especially th
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  • ...ates through directives. In these member states, which include Finland and Sweden, environmental law is thus best understood as broadly as possible as includ
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  • ...plog Saami because the biggest languge in the historical Pite Lappmark (in Sweden) was Ume Saami. Pite Saami consists of four main dialect groups, which are
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  • ...aami is spoken by appr. 1000 native speakers in the Central Scandinavia in Sweden and in Norway. It consists of two main dialect groups, the southern and the
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  • ... in Finland, Gárasavvon/Karesuando in Finland and Sweden, Giron/Kiruna in Sweden and Skánit/Skånland in Norway. In some areas, like Gárasavvon/Karesuando {{Kuvalinkki|Samedrakt(Kiruna)01.jpg|Saami costume from Karesuvanto (Sweden)}} <BR><BR>
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  • ...e foundations of legislation relating to reindeer husbandry are similar in Sweden and Norway.</P> ...s, a time when the area today constituted by northern Finland and northern Sweden was a single administrative unit: the Province of Västerbotten.</P>
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  • ...nts fifteen members to the Saami Council, five from Norway, four each from Sweden and Finland and two from Russia. {{Kuvalinkki|77saamelkonf8.jpg|8th Saami C ... Huuva presenting the new Saami flag at the 1986 Saami Conference in Åre, Sweden.}} {{Kuvalinkki|2.jpg|The Saami flag is raised for the first time at 1986 S
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  • ... also as a sedative. It was also important in preventing scurvy. Unlike in Sweden, in Finnish Lapland it was not cultivated, or only to a small extent. Anoth
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  • ...g back to a time when the Saami of the interior had no salt. In Norway and Sweden the men took the cooked meat to their lodges, and the women were allowed to <P align="justify"> In fact, the bear ritual of the Saami of Norway and Sweden is based on a legend according to which there existed an erotic relationshi
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  • ...h person s own inherited land. On the other hand in what is today northern Sweden, practically no evidence of the existence of autonomous Lapp village societ ...Act of 1886). With regard to livelihood, the present-day Saami villages in Sweden can perhaps also be regarded as descendants of the old Lapp village system.
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  • ...ed on the western side of Lake Torneträsk, was established in 1910 and is Sweden s oldest national park. It is rich in {{Artikkelilinkki|0813|flora}} and {{ |luokat=Areas and geography, Sweden
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  • ...strengthen position of Russia in the North-West where Denmark(-Norway) and Sweden(-Finland) had their interest. For many centuries some of the eastern Saami
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  • ...of the 19<sup>th</sup> century the new state borders drawn between Russia, Sweden-Finland and Denmark-Norway split the eastern Saami into territories of diff ... a tax-paying area. Because the borders between Russia, Denmark-Norway and Sweden-Finland were not at that time clear enough, some of the eastern Saami group
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  • ...e neutrality in the event of a war breaking out between Denmark-Norway and Sweden-Finland. It also confirmed or established the Saami's own legal system with
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  • {{#display_map:Kvikkjokk, Sweden
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  • ... has the right to own reindeer, in contrast to the situation in Norway and Sweden, where only Saamis are legally permitted to keep reindeer. The vast majorit ...tion of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Finland. In Norway and Sweden, it is the responsibility of State Departments of Agriculture. In Finland t
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  • ...2002 in the Nordic countries was 3000 individuals: 900 in Finland, 1500 in Sweden and 600 in Norway.</p><P> {{Artikkelilinkki|0807|Predators}}</p>
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  • ...iö, Kittilä, Keminmaa, Kuusamo and Tervola areas. In northern Norway and Sweden there are several eutrophic mires in the vicinity of the Kölen mountains. ...ölen mountain range in Skandinavia, which is very extensive in Norway and Sweden, but which extends only slightly into the extreme northwestern part of Finl
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  • ...enteenth century, spreading first to the mountains and fells of Norway and Sweden. Full-scale reindeer husbandry did not reach the northernmost parts of Lapl ...erding Saami came to assume a special position in the eyes of the state of Sweden, and in the nineteenth century only they were any longer considered by the
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  • ... of a fall in the value of money. The Lapp tax was officially abolished in Sweden in 1928.</P>
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  • ... official national anthem at the Thirteenth Saami Conference held in Åre, Sweden in 1986. Arne Sörlie s composition for the anthem was officially approved ...flag was given official status at the Thirteenth Saami Conference in Åre, Sweden on 15 August 1986. A competition was held for the flag, and it attracted nu
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  • ...ercussions of the case also affected the position of Saamis in Finland and Sweden.<BR><BR> {{Artikkelilinkki|0504|Saami movement}}</P>
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  • ...ional flag was given official status at the 13th Saami Conference in Åre, Sweden on 15 August 1986. A competition was held for the flag, with many submitted ... Huuva presenting the new Saami flag at the 1986 Saami Conference in Åre, Sweden.}}
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  • ...Founding Day of the Saami Council<TR><TD>25 August</TD><TD>Founding Day of Sweden's Saami Parliament</TD></TR> <TR><TD></TD></TR> <TR><TD>9 October</TD><TD>F ...ndigenous Peoples' Day</TD></TR> <TR><TD>26 August</TD><TD>Founding Day of Sweden's Saami Parliament</TD></TR> </TABLE> </p>
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  • ... of an official national anthem at the 13th Saami Conference held in Åre, Sweden in 1986. Arne Sörlie's composition for the anthem was officially approved
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  • <P align="justify"> In Sweden, an expert advisory group was appointed in 1973 to consider measures for su ...s. The position of the Saami was not recognized at constitutional level in Sweden until 1997, when the Swedish Parliament passed a bill based on proposals su
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  • ...old large-scale seminars. Indeed, the theme of a seminar held in Kiruna in Sweden in 1975 was specifically the position of the Saami woman in Saami society. ...tically elected organs of the Saami in Finland (1996-), Norway (1989-) and Sweden (1993-). With regard to the institutionalization of equality, the concept w
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  • |sivun nimi=Act on the Saami Parliament: Sweden
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  • ...nkylä. Similar territories have not been legally designated in Norway and Sweden. </P> <P> {{Artikkelilinkki|0521|The Saami Parliament|tab=English}} </p> <p
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  • |artikkeliteksti=Separate administrative areas in Norway and Sweden where the provisions of the respective Saami Language Acts are applied. In
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  • ...on of the same magazine. The magazine, which is published in Östersund in Sweden, is mostly written in Swedish, and its aim is to maintain contact between d
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  • ...regular annual migrations come from documents such as tax rolls in central Sweden and Norway dating from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. </P> ...nd for citizens of Sweden and vice versa. The Reindeer Saami of Norway and Sweden still had the right of passage through Finland, but conditions were made ev
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  • ... one. However, the systems differ in that reindeer husbandry in Norway and Sweden is, with a few exceptions, a purely Saami activity, and the borders of the
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  • ...rived from the North Sea land, and by the southernmost parts of Norway and Sweden, where the pioneer settlement came from north Germany through Denmark. In t ...ing the latitude of present-day Inari around 7300 B.C. Finds from northern Sweden indicate that there was a population movement there from Finland in Mesolit
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  • ... in a powerful revelation of grace that she experienced in Nora in central Sweden at the house of Pastor Brandell, the leader of the moderate Readers .Laesta
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  • <p align="justify">There are two Saami pre-schools in Sweden for children between the ages of one and five, <em>Giella</em> in {{Artikke ...taught in a few places. Since a nine-year basic education is obligatory in Sweden, students from Saami schools continue their education in the public seconda
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  • ...ak Lule Saami. The television news broadcasts that commenced in Norway and Sweden in 2001 are in North Saami, with occasional Lule Saami inserts, broadcast f ...or partly in Lule Saami, mainly in {{Artikkelilinkki|151303|Jokkmokk}}. In Sweden, christenings, marriages and even funeral services are held in Lule Saami p
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  • ...ami studies were established: Oulu (Finland), Tromsø (Norway), and Umeå (Sweden). Some of the Saami scholars at these new universities were themselves Saam {{Artikkelilinkki|1745|Saami studies: Sweden}}<BR>
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  • ...indigenous peoples with the Universities of Tromsø in Norway and Umeå in Sweden. The Giellagas Institute has also published its own series of academic publ {{Artikkelilinkki|1745|Saami studies: Sweden}}, <BR>
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  • ...Saamis language, culture and status as an indigenous people. In Norway and Sweden, no legally binding provisions have been made for the Saami Parliaments to
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  • ...o a far better economic framework than does the Parliaments in Finland and Sweden. </p>
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  • |sivun nimi=Saami Parliament: Sweden ...mber. The Secretariat is located in Kiruna. </p><p>The Saami Parliament in Sweden represents a central element in the development of indigenous dimension in
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  • ...mi forms a transition between the northern and southern Saami varieties in Sweden. The vocabulary is similar to the more northern Saami, even though there ar
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  • * {{Artikkelilinkki|1745|Saami studies: Sweden}},
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  • |sivun nimi=Reindeer husbandry rights: Sweden
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  • tai englanninkielistä välilehteä Saami Studies: Sweden<BR><BR>
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  • |sivun nimi=Saami Studies: Sweden ...l in the establishment of the academic subject of Finno-Ugric languages in Sweden. In 1909 he had obtained a full professorship in a subject which was define
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  • ...land border is not considered to have any legal significance today, but in Sweden it still constitutes a boundary in connection with the use of the land. The
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  • ... and the first collector was Jonas A. Nensén, who worked in many areas of Sweden and also collected legends (e.g. <i>stállu</i> and foe legends as well as
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  • * {{Artikkelilinkki|1745|Saami studies: Sweden}} </p>
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  • ...Petri Lundius, was one of the first Saami-born ministers in the kingdom of Sweden. Nicolaus Lundius is presumed to have been born in Nasa in Pite Lapland, bu
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  • ...founded in Jokkmokk in 1950. It is today the leading Saami organization in Sweden. It administers and represents all the reindeer grazing areas. RSR has pros
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  • * i Sweden: {{#ask:[[luokka:Järvet]][[luokka:Ruotsi]][[luokka:Articles in English]]}}
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  • ...sionary activity in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and mainly in Sweden and Norway. By this time, the old Saami conceptions of the gods had already ...g to nineteenth-century sources a divinity called Sáráhkká was known in Sweden; she was believed to dwell beside the fireplace. In thelate Saami tradition
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  • ...sionary activity in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and mainly in Sweden and Norway. By this time, the old Saami conceptions of the gods had already ...g to nineteenth-century sources a divinity called Sáráhkká was known in Sweden; she was believed to dwell beside the fireplace. In thelate Saami tradition
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  • .... The Christmas <i>stállu</i> (<i>juovlastállu</i>), known in Norway and Sweden, also belongs to the late tradition. It was used to frighten children into
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  • ...rived from the North Sea land, and by the southernmost parts of Norway and Sweden, where the pioneer settlement came from north Germany through Denmark. In t ...ing the latitude of present-day Inari around 7300 B.C. Finds from northern Sweden indicate that there was a population movement there from Finland in Mesolit
    16 KB (2,541 words) - 07:22, 22 August 2014
  • ... Organisation) and the Municipality of Jokkmokk. Teaching in Lule Saami in Sweden has been organised mainly at the folk high school. Today there are continuo
    1 KB (175 words) - 12:17, 20 August 2014
  • ...idating the possibilities of ratifying the ILO convention was initiated in Sweden in February 1999.</p> <P align="justify">Finland and Sweden have thus not ratified ILO Convention No. 169. The subjects of this Convent
    10 KB (1,637 words) - 12:19, 24 November 2014
  • ...present area settled by the Saami, extends from Central Norway and Central Sweden through the northernmost parts of Finland and Norway to the Kola Peninsula
    3 KB (398 words) - 06:55, 25 May 2020
  • ... generally estimated that over 45 000 Saami live in Norway, some 20 000 in Sweden, 2 000 in Russia, and approximately 7 500 in Finland according to a survey ...pparently first used by the Ancient Swedes of the Saami living in Northern Sweden, of whom they spread information. Finn and Finland, exonyms of the Finns an
    40 KB (6,421 words) - 11:51, 5 May 2020
  • ...e Department of Archaeology and Sami Studies of the University of Umeå in Sweden, the Algu project (an etymological data bank of the Saami languages) of the
    3 KB (393 words) - 06:23, 19 November 2021

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