Russia – Kazakhstan: from the history of relations

Russia – Kazakhstan: from the history of relations

Kazakhstan is one of the largest countries in Asia, located at the crossroads of the Eurasian continent. The featured statistical materials, studies, essays, archival documents, photographs and newsreels reveal the geography, ethnography, economics, cultural development, and administrative-territorial division of Kazakhstan in the 15th - early 20th centuries, including the period of its being part of the Russian state.

Proceedings of the Commission on Studying the Tribal Composition of the Population of the USSR and Neighboring Countries. 14. Materials for the bibliography on anthropology and ethnography of Kazakhstan and the Central Asian republics

AN SSSR. Commission for Studying the Tribal Composition of the Population of the USSR and Neighboring Countries. Proceedings of the Commission on Studying the Tribal Composition of the Population of the USSR and Neighboring Countries. Leningrad: Publishing House of the USSR Academy of Sciences, 1917-1930.
14: Materials for bibliography on anthropology and ethnography of Kazakhstan and Central Asian republics. 1927.

A new trade route from the Irtysh to Verniy and Kuldzhu and the exploration of the Ili River on the steamer Kolpakovsky

Poklevsky-Kozell, Ivan Ivanovich (1839-1890). A new trade route from the Irtysh to Verny and Kuldzhu and the exploration of the Ili River on the steamer Kolpakovsky. S.-Petersburg: printing and lithography of DI Shemetkin, 1885.

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