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English: A Sami family in Norway around 1900.


العربية: عائلة سامي في النرويج حول 1900
Česky: Laponská rodina v Norsku okolo roku 1900
English: A Sami indigenous northern European family in Norway around 1900. The picture was probably taken in 1896 around the Kanstadfjord near Lødingen, Nordland. The adults on the left are Ingrid (born Sarri) and her husband Nils Andersen Inga. In front of the parents are Berit and Ole Nilsen. The lady on the right is Ellen, sister of Ingrid. In front of Ellen are the children Inger Anna and Tomas. The children of Inger Anna are reindeer herders still today. Description source.

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Deutsch: Eine Samenfamilie (Lappen, Lappländer) in Norwegen, um 1900.
Français : Une famille Laponne en Norvège aux alentours de 1900.
Español: Una familia Samis en Noruega alrededor de 1900.
Suomi: Saamelaisperhe Norjassa noin vuonna 1900.
Tiếng Việt: Một gia đình người Sami ở Na Uy khoảng năm 1900.
Kurdî: Malbateke samiyan a li Norwêcê, salên 1900'î.
Date between 1890 and 1905
Source Original image: Photochrom print (colour photo lithograph)

Reproduction number: LC-DIG-ppmsc-06257 from Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Photochrom Prints Collection

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