Inkeri Land eBook
Information and facts about early indigenous cultures of the region between the Gulf of Finland and the Lake Ladoga. Also known as the Karelian Isthmus.
Included in the Inkeri Land book is some background information of regional history, that had impact on the peoples of the Nordic countries.
Links to Articles.
INKERI LAND EBOOK.
“As the Glacial Maximum melted around 10 000 BC, the water runoff formed the Baltic Ice lake. The early pioneers ventured north along the waterways and its shore lines. The Baltic Finns and other people came from the west, south and east. Several Millenniums went by, and a few more, then came the Vikings from the west, and other people from the south”………..
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7259799
CRIMES AGAINST PEACE IN THE INKERI LAND.
“The Neva river cuts across the Karelia Isthmus, a land about 15,000 square kilometers in size, from lake Ladoga to the Gulf of Finland. The 4,000-year history of that region is a tumultuous one”….
THE ORIGINS AND FIRST PUBLICIZED USE OF THE NAME INKERI.
“Inkeri-land is the geographical area, located at the east end of the Gulf of Finland, and the Lake Ladoga (Karelia Isthmus) along the Neva River, Narva River and Lake Peipus. The area that the Inkeri-ethnic group of the Baltic Finns historically lived from around 2000 BC to 1920’s”…..
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7161661
THE NORDIC STONE AGE.
“During the Stone Age when humans ventured along the shores of the Bothnia Ice Lake around 10,000 BC, it was most likely during the spring or a summer season. Travelling on water by boat or canoes for easy travel and transportation of the animal furs and the meat they caught. Like many other human endeavors searching for food and clothing materials: they went out hunting, fishing, foraging and trapping into the Nordic/Arctic region”…….
BOTHNIA ICE LAKE.
“During the Stone Age when humans ventured along the shores of the Bothnia Ice Lake around 10,000 BC, it was most likely during the spring or a summer season”…..
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7160746
VIKING LONG BOATS, STONE FORTRESSES AND CASTLE HILLS.
“The Ingria-land people saw the long boat traffic start, Viking ships entering in and out of the Neva River, starting around at 800AD. They were unchallenged on their journeys to the lake Ladoga and beyond. They also saw the transformation of the environment that took place over time with the swampland at the mouth of the Neva River”……