Siberiaki



ETHNONYMS: Belarussian Siberians; Russian Siberians; Siberiachi; Siberian Cossacks; Sibiriaki; Slavic Siberians; Ukrainian Siberians. Local names include Kamenshchiki (of the Altai) and Semeiski (of Baikal).


Bibliography

Armstrong, Terence (1965). Russian Settlement in the North. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Balzer, Marjorie Mandelstam (1992). Russian Traditional Culture. Armonk, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe.


Conolly, Violet (1975). Siberia Today and Tomorrow: A Study of Economic Resources, Problems, and Achievements. New York: Taplinger.


Kennan, George (1970). Siberia and the Exile System. New York: Praeger. Reprint. 1981.


Levin, M. G., and L. P. Potapov, eds. (1964). The Peoples of Siberia. Translated by Stephen P. Dunn and Ethel Dunn. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Originally published in Russian in 1956.


Russakova, L. M., and N. A. Minenko, eds. (1985). Kul'turno-bytovye protsessy u Russkikh Sibiri ( XVIII-nachalo XXv. ) (Processes of customary culture among the Russians of Siberia {18th to early 19th centuries}). Novosibirsk: Nauka.

MARJORIE MANDELSTAM BALZER

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