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Minna Canth,,,a Finnish writer and strong supporter of women's rights in Finland  Europe. Pioneer in education  the 1st Finnish woman to run a newspaper.

Minna Canth,,,a Finnish writer and strong supporter of women's rights in Finland Europe. Pioneer in education the 1st Finnish woman to run a newspaper.

Aleksis Kivi - Suomen kansalliskirjailija (1834-1872) - YouTube

Aleksis Kivi - Suomen kansalliskirjailija (1834-1872) - YouTube

Postage stamp depicting Finnish writer Juhani Aho

Postage stamp depicting Finnish writer Juhani Aho

Minna Canthin muistomerkki ~ Minna Canth monument (Tampere, Finland) by Lauri Leppänen (1951), (1895-1977) | http://patsaanmetsastaja.blogspot.fi/2012/11/lauri-leppanen-taiteen-ja-sodankaynnin.html || Minna Canth (19 March 1844, Tampere – 12 May 1897, Kuopio) - http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minna_Canth

Minna Canthin muistomerkki ~ Minna Canth monument (Tampere, Finland) by Lauri Leppänen (1951), (1895-1977) | http://patsaanmetsastaja.blogspot.fi/2012/11/lauri-leppanen-taiteen-ja-sodankaynnin.html || Minna Canth (19 March 1844, Tampere – 12 May 1897, Kuopio) - http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minna_Canth

Michael Agricola (Mikael Olavinpoika), Finland's leading Protestant reformer 1510 – 1557. Called "the father of the Finnish written language," he studied under Luther and Melanchthon, then went on to translate the New Testament, Psalms, and other works for the Finnish people.

Michael Agricola (Mikael Olavinpoika), Finland's leading Protestant reformer 1510 – 1557. Called "the father of the Finnish written language," he studied under Luther and Melanchthon, then went on to translate the New Testament, Psalms, and other works for the Finnish people.

Minna #Canth (1844–1897) was a Finnish writer and social activist. She began to write while managing her family draper's shop and living as a widow raising seven children in Kuopio. Canth was a  pioneer in education and the 1st Finnish woman to run a newspaper. Minna Canth is the first woman to receive her own flag day in Finland, starting on 19 March 2007. It is also the day of social #equality in Finland. The only Academy Professorship of women's studies in Finland is named after Minna…

Minna #Canth (1844–1897) was a Finnish writer and social activist. She began to write while managing her family draper's shop and living as a widow raising seven children in Kuopio. Canth was a pioneer in education and the 1st Finnish woman to run a newspaper. Minna Canth is the first woman to receive her own flag day in Finland, starting on 19 March 2007. It is also the day of social #equality in Finland. The only Academy Professorship of women's studies in Finland is named after Minna…

Aino Kallas (b. 2 August 1878) was a prominent Finnish - Estonian author. *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aino_Kallas

Aino Kallas (b. 2 August 1878) was a prominent Finnish - Estonian author. *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aino_Kallas

ilon wikland Swedish artist and illustrator; born in Estonia

ilon wikland Swedish artist and illustrator; born in Estonia

Rautatie (Finnish Edition) by Juhani Aho http://www.amazon.com/dp/1500331805/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_KIWdub193274Q   ***  Juhani Aho, originally Johannes Brofeldt, (11 September 1861; Lapinlahti – 8 August 1921; Helsinki),  Finnish author and journalist.  --  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juhani_Aho

Rautatie (Finnish Edition) by Juhani Aho http://www.amazon.com/dp/1500331805/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_KIWdub193274Q *** Juhani Aho, originally Johannes Brofeldt, (11 September 1861; Lapinlahti – 8 August 1921; Helsinki), Finnish author and journalist. -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juhani_Aho

Johannes Linnankoski - Finnish author

Johannes Linnankoski - Finnish author

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