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A list of online genealogical books for the Nordic project. If you have found a book online that is not in this list, please let us know.

Project: Nordic
Project: Denmark
Project: Finland
Project: Iceland
Project: Norway
Project: Sweden

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Wanhat käsialat ja asiakirjat - Old handwriting and documents (in Finnish) published 1977 by the National Archive of Finland - Author Toivo J Paloposki

Medieval

Military

Nobility

Priests

Herdaminnen

Statesmen and officials

Finland

Sweden & Norway

Bygdebøker

New Sweden

Ísland

Íslendingasögur

  • Grettis saga
  • Eiríks saga rauða Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Eyrbyggja saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Flóamanna saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Gísla saga Súrssonar Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Landnámabók Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Laxdæla saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Ljósvetninga saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Njáls saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Svarfdæla saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Víga-Glúms saga Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Þórarins þáttr Nefjólfssonar inn fyrri Höf. Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Þorsteins þáttr tjaldstæðings Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949
  • Þórðar saga hreðu Guðni Jónsson bjó til prentunar; Útg. Íslendingasagnaútgáfan, Reykjavík 1946-1949

Sàpmi

Others

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F

G

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P

R

S

T

V

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Thank you SO much for putting all this together.

Can I suggest we add a seperate chapter for Sami people ? Sami/Sápmi/Laplanders etc, are a seperate etnic group than the rest of the Norwegians, Swedish, Finnish and Russians, and have seperate DNA's and their own languages. In fact we should probably have a seperate country (Lapland or Sápmi) as the Sami did not always belong to just one country, but could travel and settle across borders ( Lappkodicillen ).Their BMD records were mostly recorded in the normal church records, but adding a section with literature especially for the Sami could no doubt help those researching Sami ancestors.


Samiska rötter. Släktforska i svenska Sápmi. CEDAR - Umeå universitet (Bok) 2016. ISBN 978-91-88341-03-7, 91-88341-03-8 .

Sorsele: släkter från nutid till 1600-talet. Book 1, Samesläkter i Ammarnäsområdet med rötter i Tärna och Arjeplog. Thea Hälleberg.

www.genealogi.se/index/php/samer Information on researching Sapmi genealogy.

Ingång till Samisk historia. Landsarkivet i Härnösand. General information and links to sources of Sapmi history and various registers. http://webbutik.riksarkivet.se/shop/25093/files/PDF/ingang_till_samisk_historia.pdf

posted by Joann Hanmer
edited by Joann Hanmer
Thank you for the suggestion Joann. A Sàpmi section in this list would definitely be great, but I could not find any Sami genealogical online books. All I found where paperbacks that you need to order. I added the brochure by Riksarkivet as it at least gives a clue where to start researching.
Thank you Juha.

I am not aware of any online books available, specifically on the Sami, so just thought this would at least be a starting point. But I agree the Riksarkivets reference list will perhaps be the only thing we can add atm, if we have to take the wording "online books" very literary. And that's even at a push 😉. Hopefully there will one day be more actual online material about the Sami.

Jo

posted by Joann Hanmer
Hello Juha,

A simple thank you is not enough to say for all of your work. I am overwhelmed just looking through it all. What can I contribute? I am working on my husband's Scottish line and I will add any book information I may find. Although, I will be surprised if there is anything that is not on your list. Your work is greatly appreciated by all.

posted by Joan (Hanson) Landreth