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A Sami (Lapp) family in Norway around 1900

A Sami (Lapp) family in Norway around 1900

sami people photos | Sami people – the indigenous people of the north - ftc111-lm-881x701 ...

sami people photos | Sami people – the indigenous people of the north - ftc111-lm-881x701 ...

Onomichi Town #japan #chugoku #hiroshima #onomichi

Onomichi Town #japan #chugoku #hiroshima #onomichi

Samiske barn. Bror og søster. Sami Children, brother and sister. Finnmark, Norway. Photo by Preus Museum, 2012

Samiske barn. Bror og søster. Sami Children, brother and sister. Finnmark, Norway. Photo by Preus Museum, 2012

Sami people from Norway late 1800's by saamiblog, via Flickr

Sami people from Norway late 1800's by saamiblog, via Flickr

Saami family, Utsjok (early 1900)

Saami family, Utsjok (early 1900)

;D ===❤️ Sami people (Indigenous Scandinavian )

;D ===❤️ Sami people (Indigenous Scandinavian )

Buen Addja - a Sami reindeer herder from Karasjok Norway b. 1908 - sepia. Buen Addja er kallenavnet til en samisk reinsdyrgjeter fra Karasjok-området i Norge. Han var født i 1908.

Buen Addja - a Sami reindeer herder from Karasjok Norway b. 1908 - sepia. Buen Addja er kallenavnet til en samisk reinsdyrgjeter fra Karasjok-området i Norge. Han var født i 1908.

Worn by the Sami people, (also spelled Saami), one of the indigenous people of northern Europe inhabiting Sapmi, which today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia, as well as the border area between south and middle Sweden.     This form of clothing, known as gakti, is traditionally worn both in ceremonial contexts and while working, particularly when herding reindeer.

Worn by the Sami people, (also spelled Saami), one of the indigenous people of northern Europe inhabiting Sapmi, which today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia, as well as the border area between south and middle Sweden. This form of clothing, known as gakti, is traditionally worn both in ceremonial contexts and while working, particularly when herding reindeer.

Lapland children, (possibly) from Sweden.The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division. Digital ID: 418037. Sherman, Augustus F. (Augustus Francis) -- Photographer. [ca. 1906-1914]

Lapland children, (possibly) from Sweden.The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division. Digital ID: 418037. Sherman, Augustus F. (Augustus Francis) -- Photographer. [ca. 1906-1914]

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