The great Siberian migration; government and peasant in resettlement from emancipation to the First World War.


Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1957.

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Subjects Binnenlandse migratie.
Land settlement -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Land settlement.
Migration.
Peasants -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Peasants.
Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Sibirien.
Description xiii, 278 pages illustrations, portraits, maps 25 cm
Copyright Date 1957.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 266-272).
Contents pt. I: The colony and the homeland -- The origins of the great siberian migration -- The peasant in the homeland -- part II. The frontier crosses the Urals, 1861-1892 -- Migration policy after emancipation -- The migrants enter Siberia -- part III. The Trans-Siberian Railway, 1892-1906 -- Kulomzin aand the committee on the Siberian Railway -- The migrants move by rail -- part IV. Stolypin and the Duma, 1906-1914 -- Stolypin and Siberia -- Migration, intelligentsia and the Duma -- Migration at flood tide -- part V. The fate of Siberian migration -- The end of Siberian migration.
Geographic Area Siberia (Russia)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)230693
(OCoLC)ocm00230693
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Treadgold, Donald W., 1922-
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