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Sami Links

Árran - Blogspot
Báiki: the International Sami Journal
BarentsInfo.org
Before the Fall of the Reindeer People
Department of Scandinavian Studies
Encyclopaedia of Saami Culture
First Lapp Family from Tromso, Norway In Teller, Alaska
Historical Backround: The Shaman's Kingdom
Land Rights, Linguistic Rights, and Cultural Autonomy for the Finnish
Learning to Live Free
Omniglot - Sami
Päivätär
Rudy Johnson Room Dedication
A Sami Chronology in Alaska
Sami Cultural Center
The Sami - Samisk - Sámi
Sami Deities and Mythic Figures
Sami Drums
Sami Kultuvra - Sami Culture
The Sami in Alaska and Canada
Sami in Finland
Sami in Sweden
Sami Information Sites
The Sami of Far Northern Europe
Sami People
Saami Report, Surveys and Links
Sami Reports and Surveys
The Sami Yoik
Sapmi - A People of the North
Sapmi (Sami Information Centre)
Scandinavian Studies U of Wisc.
SwedArt
Sustainable Reindeer Husbandry
University of Tromsø - Centre for Sámi Studies
Wikimedia - Sami Culture
Wikipedia - Sami Drum
Sami Languages - Wikipedia
Wikipedia - Sami People
Wikipedia - Sami Shamanism
Wikipedia - Yoik
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