A thousand years : Indigenous peoples and Northern Europeans / an essay commissioned by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples ; by Peter Jull.: Z1-1991/1-41-87E-PDF
It is inevitably difficult and even unfair to compare different social histories, different intellectual traditions, and differing cultures such as Scandinavia and Canada in a brief summary. However, what follows is an attempt to do just that. There are approximately 75,000 Sami living in Norway (50,000), Sweden (17,000), Finland (6,000), and Russia (2,000). These numbers are unreliable because of past discrimination which has made many Sami reluctant to claim their heritage.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Privy Council Office. |
Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
|Title||A thousand years : Indigenous peoples and Northern Europeans / an essay commissioned by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples ; by Peter Jull.|
|Variant title||Indigenous peoples and Northern Europeans|
|Note(s)|| "October 15, 1994." |
"Dedicated to the late Sally Weaver, political anthropologist in Canada, Norway & Australia."
Historical publication digitized by the Privy Council Office of Canada.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, 1994.|
|Author / Contributor||Jull, Peter.|
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|Edition||2nd ed., completely revised and expanded|
|Subject terms|| Commissions of inquiry |
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