Doukhobors of British Columbia.

Harry B. Hawthorn, editor.
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University of British Columbia , Vancouver
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ContributionsHawthorn, Harry Bertram, 1910-,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX7433 D65
The Physical Object
Pagination288p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14074054M

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› Books › History › World. Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovic’s book The Doukhobors, perhaps the most respected of the British Columbia histories, devotes only a few lines to the Eugene colony and does not mention the earlier Peoria colony at all.

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printed by authority of the legislative assembly of british columbia. victoria, b.c.: printed by williak h. cullin, printer to the king'   Doukhobors in Hilliers, British Columbia. by Richard de Candole. InSons of Freedom leader Michael "the Archangel" Verigin and 70 of his followers established a acre colony at Hilliers, British Columbia.

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While it lasted, the colonists practiced community of goods, peacefully tended their gardens and awaited the second coming of   Ina land dispute developed and resulted in the breaking up of the collectives. Between and a large number of the original settlers left Saskatchewan to follow Peter Verigin and to settle in British Columbia.

Today, the number of Doukhobors in Canada varies betwthe largest number outside their :// The Doukhobors argue the schooling issue was an excuse to assimilate the Sons of Freedom.

They say from tothe children became victims of a long-standing cultural battle between their The Doukhobor Discovery Centre is home to ten historical buildings on ten acres of land with more than donated artifacts, audio/visual galleries and interactive displays that illustrate, demonstrate and celebrate the culture and heritage of the Doukhobors.

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