Pomor Seafarers

Illustration

Kim Martins
by Yakov Leuzinger
published on 09 January 2022

The Pomors – the indigenous population of Pomomerie (the Arkhangelskaya Oblast region in northeastern Russia that mainly lies south of the White Sea) - were skilled sailors. Pomor hunters and trappers were in Svalbard in the 17th and 18th centuries. Photo taken by Yakov Leuzinger (1855–1914).

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