The Land of the Midnight Sun: Summer and Winter Journeys through Sweden, Norway, Lapland and Northern Finland, with Descriptions of the Inner Life of the People, Their Manners and Customs, the Primitive Antiquities, Etc - Vol. 2

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THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN
Summer and Winter Journeys through SWEDEN, NORWAY LAPLAND AND NORTHERN FINLAND

BY PAUL B. DU CHAILLU AUTHOR OF "EXPLORATIONS IN EQUATORIAL AFRICA" "A JOURNEY TO ASHANGO LAND" "STORIES OF THE GORILLA COUNTRY" ETC.

WITH MAP AND 233 ILLUSTRATIONS

IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. II.

NEW YORK HARPER & BROTHERS, FRANKLIN SQUARE 1882

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents of Vol. II v
  • List of Illustrations in Volume II xv
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 4
  • Chapter III 10
  • Chapter IV 33
  • Chapter V 51
  • Chapter VI 69
  • Chapter VII 84
  • Chapter VIII 100
  • Chapter IX 115
  • Chapter X 135
  • Chapter XI - NORDLAND, TROMSÖ, AND FINMARKEN PROVINCES. 143
  • Chapter XII 152
  • Chapter XIII 165
  • Chapter XIV 172
  • Chapter XV 178
  • Chapter XVI 188
  • Chapter XVII 205
  • Chapter XVIII 212
  • Chapter XIX 216
  • Chapter XX 224
  • Chapter XXI 234
  • Chapter XXII 242
  • Chapter XXIII 254
  • Chapter XXIV 259
  • Chapter XXV 271
  • Chapter XXVI 285
  • Chapter XXVII 293
  • Chapter XXVIII 302
  • Chapter XXIX 308
  • Chapter XXX 330
  • Chapter XXXI 367
  • Chapter XXXII 372
  • Chapter XXXIII 378
  • Chapter XXXIV 392
  • Chapter XXXV 399
  • Chapter XXXVI 408
  • Chapter XXXVII 415
  • Chapter XXXVIII 430
  • Chapter XXXIX 441
  • Chapter XL 457
  • INDEX. 467
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