Russian hunters in Eastern Siberia in the seventeenth century: Lifestyle and economy

Bychkov, Oleg V.
January 1994
Arctic Anthropology;1994, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Russian fur hunters in the east Siberian taiga in the seventeenth century. Economic penetration of Siberia; Governmental administration and assessment of fur trapping; Organization of arteli or cooperatives; Lifestyle; Fur procurement practices.


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