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Isak Mikal Saba (November 15, 1875 in Nesseby, Norway – June 1, 1921) was a Sami teacher and politician. On October 11, 1906, he became the first Sami to be elected to the Stortinget, and he was the representative of Finnmark for the Norwegian Labour Party from 1907 to 1912.
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