Community Doukhobors a People in Trasition

 
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Publisher: Borealis Pr, 1990
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Friesen, John W.
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Friesen, John and Verigin, Michael M.
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Book Description Borealis Press, Ottawa, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good ++. B/W Photographs (illustrator). First Edition. SUBTITLED : ` A People in Transition '. Russian immigrants that came to Winnipeg in 1902, eventually settled near prairie communities like Canora, Saskatchewan and Lundbreck, Alberta. Ethnocentrism on the part of the government of Canada meant that by 1924, most had re-settled in the Castlegar region of British Columbia. These 240 pages document the history, beliefs, and political trials of this religious sect. INDEX and 14 pages of b/w photos at back. LEARN about : prayer-houses, Big Party, Wasyl Androsoff, big-houses, and Ekaterinoslav. Cond : Paper wrapper is olive-brown with white lettring. Cover photo is of a stooked grain field north of Cowley Alberta - circa 1912. Alledges are lightly rubbed or chipped, binding sound. Colours bright. No names, marks, creases, nor tears. Excellent reference ! ! Quote (p. 131) : " As a young lady Anastasia Holuboff was inordinately proud of the fact that she was Peter Verigin's favorite companion, and she travelled with him to the villages and to places around Canada and the U.S.A. . Sometimes she was referred to as his wife, although ._._._. . ". Seller Inventory # 007178

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