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Aliaska: v poiskakh zemli obetovannoi: russkie staroobriadtsy iz Rossii cherez Aziiu v Ameriku
|Title:||Aliaska: v poiskakh zemli obetovannoi: russkie staroobriadtsy iz Rossii cherez Aziiu v Ameriku|
|Other Titles:||In search of the promised land: Russian Old Believers’s way through Asia to America|
|Authors:||Khisamutdinov, Amir Aleksandrovich|
Russian communities in Oregon and Alaska
|LC Subject Headings:||Russians–Alaska–History–19th century|
Old Believers – Alaska – History
Old Believers – Oregon – Social life and customs
|Publisher:||Izd-vo Dal’nevostochnogo universiteta|
|Abstract:||This is a short history about the Russian Old Believers who came from China (Kharbintsy and Sinzhiantsy) to the American Northwest Pacific coast. It describes how these communities began their life in Oregon (Woodburn) and Alaska – their occupations (agriculture and fishing), family life, education and culture, how they keep Russian language and their religion (Bespopovtsy – without priests, and Popvtsy – with priests).|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
|Appears in Collections:||Alaska|
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