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From fugitive peasants to diaspora the Eastern Mari in tsarist and federal Russia by Seppo Lallukka

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Published by Academia Scientiarum Fennica in [Helsinki] .
Written in English



  • Mari El (Russia),
  • Volga-Ural Region (Russia),
  • Russia,
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Volga-Ural Region


  • Mari (European people) -- History.,
  • Migration, Internal -- Russia -- History.,
  • Forced migration -- Russia -- History.,
  • Mari (European people) -- Russia (Federation) -- Volga-Ural Region -- History.,
  • Mari El (Russia) -- History.,
  • Volga-Ural Region (Russia) -- History.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 430-453) and index.

StatementSeppo Lallukka.
SeriesSuomalaisen Tiedeakatemian toimituksia = Annales Academiæ Scientiarum Fennicæ. Humaniora,, 328, Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian toimituksia., nide 328.
LC ClassificationsQ60 .H53 nide 328, DK510.35.M35 .H53 nide 328
The Physical Object
Pagination473 p. :
Number of Pages473
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3771254M
ISBN 109514109414
LC Control Number2003504960

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