Little Ingrid, Nomad Sami Child early 1900

Little Ingrid, nomad Sami girl, early The Sami people are indigenous to the northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

Lapland, Finland

Sami children caring for one of their reindeer. Lapland, Finland (or Sampi now). The Sami peoples have borders that overlap Norway, Sweden, Finland, & Russia.

Saami-style tools including needle case, knife holster and watercup - I love the idea of the belt with holes so you can lace things on

Saami-style tools including needle case, knife holster and watercup - I love the idea of the belt with holes so you can lace things on Finland

[Laplander] Sami woman from Finland at Ellis Island 1906

Laplander - Saami woman from Finland, Augustus F. Sherman- Ellis Island Portraits - most likely she never saw her home again, but I can sense her looking far away, as if she can see it somewhere on the horizon.

SWEDEN: Sami bride

The Sami people, one of the largest indigenous groups in Europe, lives in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

Sami woodwork - Google Search

Sami artifacts, you can see some of these at the Sami Museum in Karesuando while travelling with Finland

Sami craft in the Nordisk museum in Sweden, container

Sami craft in the Nordisk museum in Sweden, container.

Swedish Sami Drum, Museum for European Cultures in Berlin

The drum depicted and exhibited at Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Berlin, in Germany is a replica of a real Sami drum or runebomme.

Sami woman. A pastoralist community that domesticated the reindeer. Live in Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Also commonly known as Lapplanders.

Sami Nomad woman Gunild Blodöxe, Sweden, Bloodøks means "Blood Axe". Photo from 1893 and published in

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