SUGGESTED READING ON THE DOUKHOBORS

BIBLIOGRAPHY - 1998

BONCH-BRUEVICH, Vladimir Dmitrivich. (l909). Zhivotnaia Kniga Dukhobortsev

[The Book of Life of the Doukhobors]. St. Petersburg. 327 pp. Second edition reprinted by the Union of Doukhobors of Canada byReghr's Printing, Winnipeg, l954. Translated into English as the Book of Life of the Doukhobors by the Doukhobor Societies of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon and Blaine Lake, l978.320 pp.

BURNHAM, Dorothy K. (l986). Unlike the Lilies: Doukhobor Textile Traditions in Canada. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum. ll2 pp.

DAWSON, Carl Addington. (l936). "The Doukhobors", in his Group Settlement; ethnic communities in western Canada. Toronto: Macmillan. Pages l-9l in the Canadian Frontiers of Settlement, vol. 7.

ELKINTON, Joseph S. (l903). The Doukhobors: their history in Russia, their migration to Canada. Philadelphia: Ferris & Leach, l903. 336 pp.

EWASHEN, Larry A. and Koozma J. TARASOFF. (l994). In Search of Utopia: The Doukhobors. Castlegar, B.C.: Spirit Wrestlers Associates. Series: Paper (Spirit Wrestlers Book Series), no. l. 60 pp.

FRIESEN, John W. and Michael M. VERIGIN. (1989, second edition l996). The Community Doukhobors: A People in Transition. Ottawa: Borealis Press. 204 pp.

HAWTHORN, Harry B. (editor). (l955). The Doukhobors of British Columbia. Vancouver, B.C.: University of British Columbia and J.M. Dent and Sons (Canada) Ltd. 288 pp.

GROMOVA-OPUL'SKAYA, Lidia. (l995). Edited by Andrew Donskov and translated from the Russian by John Woodsworth. Leo Tolstoy - Peter Verigin Correspondence [bilingual edition]. Ottawa: Legas. l0l pp. + l0l pp.

JANZEN, William. (l990). The Experience of Mennonite, Hutterite, and Doukhobor Communities in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 375 pp.

KLIBANOV, A. I. (l965). Istoria Religioznogo Sektantstva v Rossii, 60-e gody XIX v.- l9l7 g. Moscow. Translated by Ethel DUNN and edited by Stephen P.DUNN as History of Religious Sectarianism in Russia (l860s - l9l7). New York: Pergamon Press, l982. 450 pp.

PEACOCK, Kenneth. (l970). Songs of the Doukhobors. An Introductory Outline. Ottawa: Queen's Printer for the National Museums of Canada). FolkloreSeries no. 7. 167 pp.

PLOTNIKOFF, Vi. (l994). Head Cook at Weddings & Funerals. And Other Stories of Doukhobor Life. Vancouver, B.C.: Polestar Book Publishers.

POPOFF, Eli A. (l992). Stories From Doukhobor History. Grand Forks, B.C.: Iskra Publications. l59 pp.

POPOFF, Eli A. (Compiler and translator). (l997). The Summarized Report of the Joint Committee Symposium Meetings l974 - l982. Grand Forks, B.C.: Iskra. 698 pp.

SNESAREV, Vladimir Nicolas [Harry W. TEVOR]. (l93l). The Doukhobors in British Columbia. Unpublished. Vancouver: University of British Columbia. l37 pp.

SULERZHITSKY, Leopold Antonovich. (l905). V Ameriku s Dukhoborami. Moscow: I.N.Kushnerev, publication of Posrednik). 33l pp. Translated by Michael Kalmakoff as To America With The Doukhobors. Regina, Saskatchewan: Canadian Plains Research Center, l982 and l995. 215 pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. (l977). Traditional Doukhobor Folkways; an Ethnographic and Biographic Record of Prescribed Behaviour. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada.Series: Paper (Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies), no. 20. 396 pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. (l982). Plakun Trava: The Doukhobors. Grand Forks, B.C.: Mir Publications Society. 27l pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. (l983). Symposium Proceedings. International Doukhobor Intergroup Symposium: Doukhobors, Molokans, Mennonites, Quakers. Castlegar, British Columbia, June 25-28, l982. Grand Forks, B.C.: The Symposium Planning Committee. 120 pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. and Robert B. KLYMASZ (Co-editors). (l995). Spirit Wrestlers: Centennial Papers in Honour of Canada's Doukhobor Heritage. Hull, Quebec: Canadian Museum of Civilization. Series: Paper (Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies),no. 67. 239 pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. (compiler, guest editor, and contributor). Special issue: From Russia With Love: The Doukhobors, Canadian Ethnic Studies (Calgary, Alberta), vol. XXVII, No. 3, l995, 303 pp.

TARASOFF, Koozma J. (compiler and editor). (l998). Spirit Wrestlers Voices. Honouring Doukhobors on the Centenary of their migration to Canada in l899. Ottawa: Legas, l998. 387 pp.

TCHERTKOFF, Vladimir. (l900. Reprinted in l993). Christian Martyrdom in Russia.Persecution of the Doukhobors. Tula, Russia: Publishing-Polygraphic Union of Lev Tolstoy. Published by Spirit Wrestlers Associates, Ottawa, Ontario and Castlegar, B.C. Series: Paper (Spirit Wrestlers Book Series), no. 2. 78 pp.

TRACIE, Carl J. (l996). "Toil and Peaceful Life". Doukhobor Village Settlement in Saskatchewan l899-l9l8. University of Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center. 230 pp.

WOODCOCK, George and Ivan AVAKUMOVIC. (l968). The Doukhobors. Toronto: Oxford University Press. 382 pp.


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