The Pomor trade

The Pomor trade was an exchange trade between Russian Pomors (Russians from the coast of the White Sea) and the people along the coast of Northern Norway. This trade went on from 1740 and up to the Russian Revolution in 1917. The most important trade goods the Russians brought was rye flour. In exchange they got fish.

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