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Friday, January 14, 2022

Swedish Sami Housing


Swedish Sami Retro colored photos of by Mats Fosberg

You can observe in the illustrations made by Moses Pitt that the Sami are depicted as living in tents. This is only a part of the fact, because some Sami were and some still are ”semi-nomads” (i.e. they lived in tents while following the reindeers herds during the spring & summer and had permanent built homes during the winters), some were exclusively farmers or some combined farming and fishing. As mentioned in a previous blog the Sami built from early on houses of timber or combined turf and timber.

Gamle graverte bilder laget av Knud Leem (en kristen prest) dokumenterte samenes boliger i Porsanger, Finnmark, Norge fra tidlig 1700-tall. Samene bodde i laftede tømmerhus og hadde stabbur med laftet konstruksjon. Carl von Linné dokumenterte at det fantes samiske gårder i Sverige og Norge tidlig på 1700-tallet: Carl von Linnes ungdomsskrifter fra hans reise i de samiske områder i 1735.

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