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A Big F You 3 2, 7:13pm

@Maitreya Yes, Saami lands in Finland and Karelia (and later in Sweden) were very attractive for colonists and assimilation/supplanting process began very early. In Modern Era, Saami were treated relatively well in Finland but of course by then only small enclave of their lands was left. Northern Norway and Kola peninsula maybe weren't so easy to settle so Saami were left on their own for much longer.







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