Tjoevkemåjhtoes nordiska turné

Helkvällar & mustiga berättelser av ett i påskas återtuppståndet Ljusminne!
TJOEVKEMÅJHTOE BEGER SIG UT I LANDET (och Norge såväl som Österbotten plus övriga Finland kan komma ifråga)!

Tjoevkemåjhtoe 1997-2017 LJUSMINNE REVISITED
Historiker Peter Ericson & Arkeolog Bernt Ove Viklund, vi har totalt 60+ år av erfarenhet av arbete med samernas historia och i tjugo kalenderår har vi samarbetat med museer, i böcker, kring sedvanemål!
Denna gång belyser vi mer av det goda samarbetet i bygderna och samiska högkonjunkturer men även sämre tider och tuffare villkor. Sjösamer, kustskogssamer, ångermanna skogssamer, fjällsamer, sockenlappar – den rika vidden av samiska näringar presenteras!
Glimtar av sedvanemål och metoder vi själva utvecklat.
Hur återuppbyggdes och återfördes och återför vi samiska kunskapen?
Idé om vårens turnéer: 
Vi tänker oss sålunda
MAJ Uppland-Bergslagen
JUNI Lappland-Jämtland-Värmland
JULI  Medelpad-Ångermanland-Österbotten
AUG Västerbotten, ev Götaland, Skåne, Småland, Halland
SEP Norge, Svealand.
Andra geografiska upplägg också möjliga!

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Sommarrabatt 1 JUNI - 30 SEP: 10 200 exkl moms

Kombination med paket: skolföreläsningar, kvällsföreläsning plus kurs 13 800 exkl moms
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Priser avser Sverige och resa plus logi tillkommer.

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 Bernt Ove



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EXTINCT(?): SEA SAMIS & COASTAL FOREST SAAMIS IN MID-SWEDEN

On hitherto unknown Sami subsistence branches recorded 1670-1950            (Föreläsning för universitet)    /2nd edition blogpost/

 

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EXTINCT(?): SEA SAMIS & COASTAL FOREST SAAMIS IN MID-SWEDEN
On hitherto unknown Sami subsistence branches recorded 1670-1950

Offered in May, June, and Mid-(late)September 2017
in Norway, Sweden, Finland

CLARKE wrote in 1799:
”Sundswall is a neat little town; but its appearance is very remarkable to a foreign traveller; because the houses of which it consists are all of them constructed like the cottages of the peasants — This would make a pleasant watering place and the shore is admirably well calculated for bathing There is here a small pier. The trade is much the same as that of Gefle the inhabitants carry on commerce with the port of London exporting bar iron, timber, deal, planks, tar pitch & c. They import salt a little hemp and sometimes but not often corn. There is a beautiful island in the bay to which the Laplanders bring annually and about this time of the year (July l) their reindeer for pasture. Before the winter sets in they return and take them away– A Lapland breed of dogs is common here resembling wolves — ” (Clarke 1803: s 257, PE accent.)

Christer Westerdahl and Ingvar Svanberg as well as Sonia Larsson mentioned the historically later Fishing or Sea Saamis. Now the turn has come to the older ones.
There are even indications that these subsistence stretched out all the way past Stockholm and beyond, even more south. Finnish coast is also still left to be studied.

 

1890augusti-samer-i-ulvohamn-fotograferade-av-kaptenen-pa-oscar-iis-fartyg-drott-dar-hotellet-nu-ligger-1
Later Sea Saamis at Ulvö Island, photographed in 1890.

EXTINCT(?): SEA SAMIS & COASTAL FOREST SAAMIS IN MID-SWEDEN

  • On hitherto unknown Sami subsistence branches recorded 1670-1950            (Föreläsning för universitet)

    U n i v e r s i t y  L e c t u r e  f o r 2 0 1 7

    EXTINCT(?): SEA SAMIS & COASTAL FOREST SAAMIS IN MID-SWEDEN
    On hitherto unknown Sami subsistence branches recorded 1670-1950

    Offered in May, June, and Mid-(late)September 2017
    in Norway, Sweden, Finland

    CLARKE wrote in 1799:
    ”Sundswall is a neat little town; but its appearance is very remarkable to a foreign traveller; because the houses of which it consists are all of them constructed like the cottages of the peasants — This would make a pleasant watering place and the shore is admirably well calculated for bathing There is here a small pier. The trade is much the same as that of Gefle the inhabitants carry on commerce with the port of London exporting bar iron, timber, deal, planks, tar pitch & c. They import salt a little hemp and sometimes but not often corn. There is a beautiful island in the bay to which the Laplanders bring annually and about this time of the year (July l) their reindeer for pasture. Before the winter sets in they return and take them away– A Lapland breed of dogs is common here resembling wolves — ” (Clarke 1803: s 257, PE accent.)

    Christer Westerdahl and Ingvar Svanberg as well as Sonia Larsson mentioned the historically later Fishing or Sea Saamis. Now the turn has come to the older ones.
    There are even indications that these subsistence stretched out all the way past Stockholm and beyond, even more south. Finnish coast is also still left to be studied.

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    1890augusti-samer-i-ulvohamn-fotograferade-av-kaptenen-pa-oscar-iis-fartyg-drott-dar-hotellet-nu-ligger-1
    Later Sea Saamis at Ulvö Island, photographed in 1890.
    ABOVE: Picture from 1800s. The bay in-between Sundsvall and Alnö Island.