Changes in Saami socioeconomic institutions in Jokkmokk parish 1720-1890

Kvist, Roger; Wheelersburg, Robert
September 1997
Arctic Anthropology;1997, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Discusses the national and provincial policy changes during the 1820s to protect the rapidly growing settler population in northern Sweden. Land and resources use rights of the Jakkmokk Saami; Effects of loss of access to resources; Replacement of independent households; Initial shift to pastoralism.


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