Friendly Exchange Date: Mon, 27 Jul 1998 12:55:11 -0700 (MST) From: "Andrew John Conovaloff" <> Subject: RE: Bibliography and Doukhobor Societies To: Doukhoborology International Forum

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Subject: from Elena Starigina


I am Elena. I am Russian journalist. I live in Kirov-citi. I am 38 y.e. My impulse: journalist slang. Esli mne kto-nibyd' narichet xotya bi neskol'ko jyrnalistskix jargonizmov s poyasneniem - budu oshen' blagodarna!

Thanks. Good bye. Lena.

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: Thu, 20 Aug 1998 15:13:54 -0600 From: "Spirit Wrestler" Subject: Re: Bibliography and Doukhobor Societies To: "Doukhoborology International Forum"

I just wanted to repy to the message that was sent awhile ago regarding Doukhobor Socities. On the Doukhobor Home Page (which I am web master of) We are trying to get a compleate list of ALL Doukhobor Societies in Canada. There are still a few notiable exception but for the most part we have information on most of the major ones. This list can be found at:

Also if anyone belongs to a Doukhobor Society please conatct me, or bring it up to your society and send me contact infromation and a write up about yourself (see the exisitng listing for examples) so that I may publicize it and expand the listing and make it more complete.

And on the issue of bibliography the Doukhobor Home Page contains a bibliography section as well. It's found at:

It's is still not very extensive but is linked to the bibliogrphy on the Museam of Canadian history site about the Doukhobors which Koozma Tarasoff was hevaly involved in. May be close to the one in Plakun Trava that was mentioned.

Hope this provides some information for any of you who are curious.

Ryan Androsoff

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