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  Christianity and the Emerging Nation States
The nation states viewed Samiland as ownerless land”, demonstrating the lack of understanding of the connection that the Sami felt toward their land and also the lack of recognition of the concept of territory which was not defined by fixed ownership in the Sami community (arcticcircle.uconn.edu).
The year of 1635 marked the discovery of ore in Sapmi and the Swedish, under the reign of Queen Christina, opened a mine in Nasafjäl (www.itv.se).
A revised version of the Lapland Bill of 1673 was introduced in 1695, which limited the extent of burn-beating in Sapmi and encouraged increased farming activity of settlers (www.sametinget.se).
www.utexas.edu /courses/sami/diehtu/siida/christian/nationstate.htm   (4749 words)

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In Norway a constitutional amendment was adopted in the spring of 1988, obliging the State authorities to assure conditions conducive to the Sami ethnic group's sustaining and developing its language, its culture and its social life.
Sapmi - the Sami Nation - is dispersed between four States: the three Nordic States of Finland, Norway and Sweden, and also the Soviet Union.
The conclusion of a Sami Convention would mean the recognition of Sapmi - the Sami Nation - as One Nation Indivisible, and indeed a sovereign entity SUI GENERIS - that is to say "sovereign" in the meaningful sense that its authority emanates from within the Sami community and not from any external power.
www.halcyon.com /pub/FWDP/Eurasia/sami88.txt   (1715 words)

 How Rudoph the Red-Nosed Reindeer came to Britain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Sapmi is the land at the top of the world, Finnmark.
In the seventeenth century, when the wildlife resources of Sapmi (Finnmark) had been virtually exhausted by traders, some of the Saami communities began adapting to a new life as herders and soon semi-domesticated the, up until then, wild reindeer of the far north of Scandinavia.
He among all his siblings was entrusted to chop wood and keep the fires of life burning in Sapmi, the Land of the Midnight Sun.
www.webspawner.com /users/lindatb2   (2360 words)

 The Epoch Times | Election for the Sami Parliament in Sweden
It covers the northern parts of the Scandinavian and Kola Peninsula, from the northwest of Norway and the city Idre in the middle of Sweden up east to the northwestern parts of Russia.
Sapmi has never been an independent nation and the Samis live in four different countries, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.
On May 15 was the election in the Swedish Sami parliament.
www.theepochtimes.com /news/5-5-17/28854.html   (660 words)

 Welcome to the wilderness rivers of Sapmi!
More on Sapmi's rich wilderness can be found in the Nature guide.
We consider Sapmi or 'Lapland' here as the vast area north of the Barents Route, the northernmost art route in the world, running from Bodø in Norway to Murmansk in Russia.
By a wilderness river, on this web site, we'd like to define a river that is untouched by roads or paths for at least, say, 70% of its course, where it would take a several days' walk from the water to any human constructs.
www.shofukan.nl /sabmejoat   (534 words)

 Sapmi Magic Theater - Museum Design
Located literally at the end of the Earth, the Sapmi Magic Theater is a state-of-the-art immersive visitor center featuring a BRC Magic Theater located in Karasjok, Norway.
At the Sapmi Magic Theater, you experience a close encounter with the Sami culture and its timeless wisdom.
Your host for this enlightening adventure is an old Sami shaman whose face appears in the flames of the campfire.
www.brcweb.com /museums/sapmi-magic-theater.htm   (180 words)

Vajas is a trio from Norway, and the music hails partly from the Sami (Sapmi) community in the arctic parts of the world.
His vocals are partly traditional Sami (Sapmi) "joik" or "yoik", but it is perhaps right to say only partly.
The reason is that Ánde is constantly developing his use of the voice and he is always open to try out new ways of writing and performing vocal music, based on the arctic Samii tradition.
www.myspace.com /vajasmyspace   (1152 words)

 Aboriginal Planet - Circum-polar cooperation initiated between Nunavut, Canada and Sapmi, Norway
Circum-polar cooperation initiated between Nunavut, Canada and Sapmi, Norway
The town of Karasjok is located in a river valley, this picture taken on one of the hills looking down into the town.
This is a picture of the group visiting one of the places where traditional Sami knives are made
www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca /aboriginalplanet/archives/january2005/art8_main-en.asp   (510 words)

 directopedia : Directory : Society : Ethnicity : Sami
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Sami the reindeer people previously known as Lapps the native / indigenous people of Scandinavia is presented with short essays on art history events music politics issues reindeers etc and links to similar pages at other websites.
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www.directopedia.org /directory/Society-Ethnicity/Sami.shtml   (2438 words)

 Sapmi Magic Theater - Cultural Heritage Attractions
Aichi, Japan U.S. Pavilion at World Expo 2005
Utilizing a startling array of cutting-edge technical wizardry, the Sapmi Magic Theater transports us into the mystical world of the indigenous Sami people and harnesses the power of ancient Sami myths to speak directly to our souls.
High above the Arctic Circle live a reindeer herding people known as the Sami.
www.brcweb.com /heritage/sapmi-magic-theater.htm   (188 words)

 Find in a Library: Colonial palimpsest : tracing inscriptions of Sápmi and Sámi
Find in a Library: Colonial palimpsest : tracing inscriptions of Sápmi and Sámi
Colonial palimpsest : tracing inscriptions of Sápmi and Sámi
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worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/ee82ba1e71869e00a19afeb4da09e526.html   (58 words)

 BÁIKI The North American Sami Journal
"Sapmi and Norway -- Why Be Sami?" Nils Jernsletten
"Diamond Mining in Sapmi: Trouble Still Brews" (editorial) Torkel Rasmussen
"The Cultural Struggle Over Reindeer Winter Grazing in South Sapmi" Anneli Jonsson
www.baiki.org /content/back_contents.htm   (1944 words)

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