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Hirvas Salmi, FINLAND. October 14, 2007- Matti Nakkallarve, 51, corrals reindeer during the first roundup of the year. Despite the inhospitable Arctic climate reindeer herding has been the livelihood of the Sami for more than a thousand years, but amind the economic, technological, and environmental problems of modern society their indigenous culture must increasingly reconcile these radical changes in order to preserve age-old traditions, customs, and mores...
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Hirvas Salmi, FINLAND.  October 14, 2007- Matti Nakkallarve, 51, corrals reindeer during the first roundup of the year.  Despite the inhospitable Arctic climate reindeer herding has been the livelihood of the Sami for more than a thousand years, but amind the economic, technological, and environmental problems of modern society their indigenous culture must increasingly reconcile these radical changes in order to preserve age-old traditions, customs, and mores...