Okcu, Naci; Yilmaz, Abdulkadir; Akdaǧ, Hasan
January 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2006, Vol. 10 Issue 26, p209
Academic Journal
This article is a preliminary study, concentrating on biographical situations, on the culture, art, and provincial organization structure of the govemment in Erzurum in the years between 1879 and 1908. Therefore, as a result of the researches done on notebooks of registered situations in the Premiership Ottoman Archives, the employees born in Erzurum and on duty in the Ottoman government offîces in the years mentioned above were determined. For the time being, with the intent ofboth introducing the notebooks of registered situations and presenting brief biographies of the employees from Erzurum, the names, fathers' names, mothers' names, places and dates of birth, and document reference numbers of the six hundred employees were given alphabetically.


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