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  1. Oct 09, 2021 · Indigenous peoples, also referred to as first people, aboriginal people, native people, or autochthonous people, are culturally distinct ethnic groups who are native to a place which has been colonised and settled by another ethnic group. The term indigenous was first, in its modern context, used by Europeans, who used it to differentiate the ...

  2. 4 days ago · Today in Norway and Sweden, reindeer husbandry is legally protected as an exclusive Sámi livelihood, such that only persons of Sámi descent with a linkage to a reindeer herding family can own, and hence make a living off, reindeer. Presently, about 2,800 people are engaged in reindeer herding in Norway.

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  3. Oct 05, 2021 · Farther east, the issue is less contentious. Haplogroup N carriers account for a significant part of all non-Slavic ethnic groups in northern Russia, including 37% of Karelians, 35% of Komi people (65% according to another study), 67% of Mari people, as many as 98% of Nenets people, 94% of Nganasans, and 86% to 94% of Yakuts.

  4. › wiki › Siberian_RussiaSiberia - Wikipedia

    During past millennia different groups of nomads – such as the Enets, the Nenets, the Huns, the Xiongnu, the Scythians and the Uyghurs inhabited various parts of Siberia. The Altay mountain range in southern Siberia is thought to be the birthplace of the Turkic people. The proto-Mongol Khitan people also occupied parts

    • 13,100,000 km² (5,100,000 sq mi)
    • Russia
  5. › wiki › Republic_of_IngushetiaIngushetia - Wikipedia

    4 days ago · Etymology. The name Ingushetia is derived from the ancient village Angusht, which was renamed into Tarskoye and transferred to North Ossetia in 1944 after the deportation of 23 February 1944, a.k.a. operation "Lentil" . The Ingush, a nationality group indigenous to the Caucasus, mostly inhabit Ingushetia. They refer to themselves as Ghalghai ...

    • Гӏалгӏай Мохк
    • North Caucasian
  6. › wiki › Cherkes_peopleCircassians - Wikipedia

    Oct 06, 2021 · The Encyclopaedia Islamica adds: "The Cherkess: the Kabardians and the western Adyghe people share a common language, which is spoken by the north-western Caucasian people, and belongs to the family known as Abkhazian-Adyghe". In Medieval Oriental and European texts, the Adyghe people were known by the name Cherkess/Circassians.

  7. 4 days ago · Haplogroup NO-M214 – its most recent common ancestor with its sibling, haplogroup O-M175 – is estimated to have existed about 36,800–44,700 years ago.. It is generally considered that N-M231 arose in East Asia Last Glacial Maximum. Males carrying the marker apparently moved northwards as the climate warmed in the Holocene, migrating in a counter-clockwise path, to eventually become ...

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