To this Ilmarinen replied: 'Why should not all be well in Pohjola?
She hastens to Pohjola and inquires of Louhi what has become of him (1-100).
When she overtakes them a fight ensues between the forces of Pohjola and Kalevala in which the latter conquer (23-258).
The bridegroom and his party are received at Pohjola (1-226).
She relates how the army of Pohjola came and burned down the house.
Lemminkainen comes to Pohjola and behaves with the greatest insolence (1-204).
His first regular marriage is unhappy, and he is slain in trying to capture a bride from the people of Pohjola.
Vinminen persuades Ilmarinen to go with him to Pohjola to bring away the Sampo.
The alder-chips then answered, that they were hidden in the caverns of the mountains of Pohjola.
The Mistress of Pohjola sends a bear to destroy the herds of Kalevala (1-20).