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Swedish internet resources for the study of the Sámi people

  • Maud Roberts (a1)


The Sámi, as Europe’s only indigenous people, have a cultural heritage which is being carefully preserved in all four of the Nordic countries. There are some 20,000 Sámi people in Sweden; they inhabit Laponia in Swedish Lapland, which is situated just north of the Arctic circle and was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1996. This article highlights websites for Swedish Sámi research at a national level.


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1. von Linné, Carl, Caroli Linnaei Iter lapponicum Dei gratia institum 1732 ... (n.p., n.d.). (Swedish text).
2. von Linné, Carl, Opera varia in quibus continentur Fundamenta Botanica, Sponsalia Plantarum, et SystemaNaturœ ... (Leiden: Haak, 1735).
3. von Linné, Carl, Flora Lapponica .. . (Amsterdam: Schouten, 1737).


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