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In 1842, NA Abramov moved to live in the northern city of birch and served there for seven years, the county superintendent of schools. In the town, scattered on three hills near Sosva, NA Abramov met interesting people. He spoke in Latin, the famous explorer and great connoisseur of the Finno-Ugric peoples Matthias Alexander Castren, the world's first professor of ethnography, was familiar with Kazakh sultan Gabaydulloy Valiev, exiled to Berezov for communication with the rebel Kenesary Kasymov and try to flop on the side of Madan Khan Kokand.

Great Maritime Inventions, 1833-1950 by Mario Theriault

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Author
Mario Theriault
Publisher
Goose Lane Editions
Date of release
Pages
94
ISBN
9780864925695
Binding
ebook
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