Waren Sardne

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Waren Sardne (lit. Message from the Fjells) is a defunct Southern Sámi weekly that was published in Norwegian. It was founded in 1910 by Daniel Mortenson, who served as its editor-in-chief until 1913. After slightly less than a decade, he started publishing it again as a monthly in 1922, once again serving as editor-in-chief until his death in 1924,[1] when his son Lars Danielsen succeeded him in this post.[2] By 1927, the newspaper had folded for the last time. The target audience of Waren Sardne were the Southern Sámi themselves.

Editors-in-chief[edit]

  • Daniel Mortenson (1910–1913, 1922–1924)
  • Lars Danielsen (1924–1927)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aikio, Samuli (1992). Olbmot ovdal min: sámiid historjá 1700-logu rádjái [People before us: the history of the Sámi up until the 18th century] (in Northern Sámi). Ohcejohka (Utsjoki): Girgegiisá. p. 221. ISBN 951-8939-08-X. 
  2. ^ Skogerbø, Eli (2000). "Samiske medier - Innhold, bruk og rammevilkår" [Sámi media:contents, use and conditions] (in Norwegian).