Finns

Earliest record: -200
Last record: 1970

Language family: West Finnic

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YearsAction
-200400Migrated to [1]
11000Located in
200400Expanded to [2]
400800Expanded to [2]
700Expanded to [3]
7001200Partial migration to [4]
8001000Expanded to
8001970Located in [1]
10001970Located in
1348Attacked [1]
15001700Settled in [4]
1601Attacked [1]
17001800Settled in [4]
18001867Settled in [5]

Location Info

  1. W & SW SF; to Tavastia (Haeme), up the Kokemaeki R system. (map 1).
  2. From White Sea to Oka R basin
  3. Into interior SW SF along Kumo RV. Toward Tampere & S Haeme. Also Vaasa hinterland.
  4. Aland Is, E part of Lake District (Sysmae, Heinola, Karelian Isthmus)
  5. L Laatoka (=Ladoga?)
  6. S
  7. {SW SF (map 1)} - {Aland Is, E part of Lake District (Sysmae, Heinola, Karelian Isthmus)} *{202- 9} - {201-6}*
  8. SW SF (map 1)
  9. Area W of L Onega, N SU + Leningrad area & Karelian ASSR
  10. Neva R area
  11. Dalarne, Vaermland, and E N.
  12. Livonia
  13. N N
  14. Finnmark (N)

References

  1. Jutikkala, Eino. 1962. A History of Finland. Frederick A. Praeger, New York. 291 pp.
  2. Mead, W.R. 1968. Finland. Frederick A. Praeger, New York. 256 pp.
  3. Jutikkala, Eino. 1936. A Survey of Finland's History. Akateeminen Kirjakauppa, Helsinki. 70 pp.
  4. Torgersen, Johan. 1976. Rassengeschichte von Skandinavien. pp. 103-145. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  5. Gjessing, Gutorm. 1954. Changing Lapps. Monographs on Social Anthropology. No. 13. London School of Economics and Political Science, London. 67 pp.