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Through Siberia

Through Siberia
2 Volume Set

Part of Cambridge Library Collection - European History

  • Date Published: April 2014
  • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108071246

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  • The Church of England clergyman Henry Lansdell (1841–1919) was an energetic traveller, both during his own leisure time and on behalf of the Irish Church Missions. He made many visits to Russia and central Asia, distributing bibles and tracts in the native languages of the many peoples he encountered, and focusing his attention especially on hospitals and prisons. He published this two-volume account in 1882, and it proved extremely popular (this second edition being prepared before the first was published), but it attracted some criticism for its favourable treatment of the Russian government. The anarchist Prince Peter Kropotkin was especially indignant at the accounts of Russian prisons: he alleged that Lansdell was either a dupe of propaganda or was deliberately distorting what he had seen. Volume 1 includes Lansdell's experience of the prison and exile systems of Siberia. Volume 2 includes further travels among the native peoples of the Russian Far East.

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    • Date Published: April 2014
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108071246
    • length: 906 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 mm
    • weight: 1.15kg
    • contains: 44 b/w illus. 2 maps
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Preface to second edition
    Preface to first edition
    1. Introductory
    2. Across Europe
    3. The Urals to Tiumen
    4. The exiles
    5. From Tiumen to Tobolsk
    6. Siberian prisons
    7. Siberian prisons (cont.)
    8. The Obi
    9. Tobolsk
    10. From Tobolsk to Tomsk
    11. Tomsk
    12. Siberian posting
    13. From Tomsk southwards
    14. Barnaul
    15. The Siberian church
    16. The Siberian church (cont.)
    17. From Tomsk to Krasnoiarsk
    18. The Yenisei
    19. A visit to a gold-mine
    20. From Krasnoiarsk to Alexandreffsky
    21. The Alexandreffsky central prison
    22. A city on fire
    23. Irkutsk
    24. The Lena
    25. Yakutsk
    26. Across Lake Baikal to Troitzkosavsk
    27. The Siberian frontier at Kiakhta
    28. The Mongolian frontier at Maimatchin
    29. From Kiakhta to Chita
    30. The Buriats. Volume 2:
    31. Siberian political prisoners
    32. From Chita to Nertchinsk
    33. The silver and (so-called) quicksilver mines of Nertchinsk
    34. From Nertchinsk to Stretinsk
    35. From Stretinsk to Ust-Kara
    36. The penal colony of Kara
    37. The convict mines of Kara
    38. The Shilka
    39. The history of Amur
    40. The upper Amur
    41. Blagovestchensk
    42. The middle Amur
    43. The Manchurian frontier
    44. The Primorsk or sea-coast province
    45. The lower Amur
    46. The Gilyaks
    47. Nikolaefsk
    48. Kamchatka
    49. The island of Sakhalin
    50. The Ussuri and Sungacha
    51. Lake Khanka to the coast
    52. Vladivostock
    53. Russians afloat
    Appendices
    Index.

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    Henry Lansdell

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