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Isohalmeen kuvia – Kopio – Kopio – Kopio

The earliest signs of habitation in Kursu date back to artefact finds
based on the early stone age, i.e. based on the findings
About 8,000 years have been settled in the course. then and
in the Bronze Age 4200-2000 BC,

The earliest "iron foundry" located in Finland can be found in Rovaniemi and
Signs have been found on the Jaakontalo cape
from the processing of lake ore into iron, i.e. iron slag.
This lake ore was found in Tuurajärvi, Käsma, and Kotijärvi.

Oldest in mantal and tax lists
(Västerbotten county account books CD 994 in 1667)
mention of the settlement of Kursu village dates back to 1620.
Can be considered the oldest resident of the course
A person named Anders Thomansson Kounitz. Born around 1590 and died in Kursu in 1688.



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