This slate knife (skifferkniv) was found in Storarmsjö by Johan Albert Häggström born 1889-10-22 in Ström, Bjurholm while digging a ditch. He is a distant relative to me and descendant of Erik Ersson in Knaften. He thinks he hurt the knife with his spade which might have taken the otherwise common elk head (American:moose) ending of from the knife. The culture that made knifes like this is the “slate culture” Skifferkulturen that had its prime 3300-2000 BC and was also present in Norway e.
Fertility based on the database Kråken. The area that is covered is maily northern Ångermanland and southern Västerbotten so many fertile people from for example Skellefteå is missing. I know of at least one woman from Skellefteå with 21 children.
The woman with most children, Maria Lovisa Johansdotter,Spöland, had her 22 children Nils Petter Hurtig Olofsson, Vännfors, who had 23 children.
The male competition ends with a draw between Erik Nyberg Eriksson, Nyåker, and Mikael Mikaelsson, Armsjö with 29 children each, both with 2 partners.
(English summary: Link to a paper showing that the Rh-negative blood type stod for a big part of stillbirths and infant mortality clustering within families in Skellefteå.)
När jag har släktforskat på Skellefteå släkter har jag märkt att det verkar som att det vilar en förbannelse över vissa familjer genom att en stor del av deras barn var dödfödda eller dog strax efter födseln. Skellefteå har även en mycket stor andel som har blodgrupp Rh-negativ.
The GINI (inequality measure) developement in the municipalities Sweden 1986-2013. GINI on the Y-axis, mean income in 100 SEK on the X-axis and bubbles corresponding to populaition size. First graph shows the biggest 50% of the municipalities and the second the smallest 50% by population size 2013.
I have been interviewd the paper Dialog regarding the grant I got from Kommuninvest for a two year microsimulation project. Here is a link to the whole paper: https://kommuninvest.se/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Dialog-3-2018-Uppslag.pdf
This is the percentages of sami in the parishes as reported by the ministers. What they reported is “Lapps” and maybe this term has been interpreted differently by different ministers. Maybe there is not a one to one correspondance of the term. White areas denotes missing information. The areas in Värmland, Dalarna, Västmanland and Gästrikland with sami population are wellknown and studied eg by Ingvar Svanberg and discussed at https://southsaamihistory.wordpress.com/. Other interesting areas on the map that stand out are: