|Statement||by George Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovic.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
The Doukhobors, their history in Russia, their migration to Canada Paperback – September 8, by Joseph Elkinton (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 35 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 1. Today there are various books and articles in scholarly journals available. Most note worthy is the development of Doukhobors writing about themselves and their culture whereas previously, they had been written ‘about'. Academic interest and self publishing has assisted in this. The people of God --Milky Waters --Caucasian Exile --The Burning of Weapons --Failure on Cyprus --Canadian Exodus --Pioneers and Pilgrims --Peter the Lordly --Strife with the State --The Second Community --Links with the Fatherland --Peter the Purger --The Sons of Freedom --The Doukhobors . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woodcock, George, Doukhobors. Toronto, New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC)
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When unmolested, Doukhobors through hard work, perseverance and determination succeeded in prospering on the prairies. The establishment of infrastructure such as ferries and roads helped build the Canadian nation. Doukhobors created an economy out of rocks, trees, mud and seed. Doukhobor Shawl Art Cards Two stationary Art Card editions produced by the USCC Doukhobor Cultural Interpretive Society, celebrating the traditional shawl embroidery work of Laura Verigin and talented fibre artisans, Mary Makortoff, Helenne Jones, Lisa Poznikoff, Anne Nazaroff, and the late Vera Samarodin. A major millennium book on the Doukhobors is now available! The new book by Koozma J. Tarasoff features over of the best old and contemporary photos, sketches and maps pertaining to the Doukhobors of the century. Leo Tolstoy, the famous Russian writer, came to the aid of the Doukhobors and donated the royalties from his book, Resurrection, to their emigration. Together with Quaker and Canadian settler aid, 8, persons -- babas, dedushki, and children -- were brought to Canada in Their communal life style was not without controversy within Canadian.