The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians

By Anatole L. Leroy-Beaulieu; Zaenaefde A. Ragozin | Go to book overview

INDEX.

A
Alans, extinct tribe, of Finno-Turkish blood, 78
Alexander I., the dreamer, 301, 302
Alexander II., the Liberator and reformer, 303, 304
Allophyl races, see Turanian.
Antes, an ancient Slavic tribe, 95
Appanage system, 250
Aral Sea, second largest lake in the world, 5; remnant of ancient sea, 9
Aráshin, the typical commune, 523- 525; deductions it leads to, 525- 528
Avars, an extinct tribe of Finnic race, 67; partly Mongolian, 78

B
Baïkal, Siberian lake, largest in Asia, 5
Bakùnin, the founder of militant nihilism, 200, 201
Baltic Provinces, Germans in, 69, 124, 127-129
Baltic Sea, at one time united with the Black, 7
Bashkirs, probably a Finnic tribe, along the Ural, 70; partly Turkish or Tatar, 78
Baths, Russian, 159 (appendix) Biarmian branch of the Finnic race, comprises Permians, Votiàks, Zyrians, 68
Bieloruss, see White-Russians. Black Mould Zone, the southern boundary of Finnic erratic blocks, 8; described, 22-24
Black Sea, at one time united with the Baltic, 7
Bohemians, see Tchekhs.
Bo-russi (or Po-russi), name of the ancient Prussians; its meaning, 106, note
Bulgars, old, of Finnic race, 67; of the Volga, of Finno-Turkish blood, 78; modern, partly Slavs, of the southern branch, 103

C
Caspian Sea, largest lake in the world, 5; remnant of ancient sea, 9
Catherine II., the true successor of Peter the Great, 292, 293; organizes the nobility and gives it privileges, 313, 397, 398; and the town bourgeoisie, 332
Caucasian region, its wealth and beauty, 30-32
Caucasus, southern bulwark of Russia, 5
Central Asia, its highlands the eastern limit of Russia, 5; influences Russia's climate, 7
Character, national Russian, 138- 144; affected by the climate, 140, 161; described at large, 162-170;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • A Word from the Translator. iii
  • Author's Preface. Written Expressly for the American Edition. vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Maps xxi
  • Part I. the Country and Its Inhabitants xxiii
  • Book I. Nature, Climate, and Soil. 1
  • Book I. Chapter Ii. 15
  • Book I. Chapter Iii. 35
  • Book Ii. Races and Nationality. 54
  • Book Ii. Chapter Ii. 63
  • Book Ii. Chapter Iii. 77
  • Book Ii. Chapter Iv. 95
  • Book Ii. Chapter V. 122
  • Book III. the National Temperament and Character. 138
  • Book Iii. Chapter Ii. 161
  • Book Iii. Chapter Iii. 179
  • Book Iii. Chapter Iv. 195
  • Book Iv. History and the Elements of Civilization. 223
  • Book Iv. Chapter Ii. 241
  • Book Iv. Chapter Iii. 256
  • Book Iv. Chapter Iv. 282
  • Book V. the Social Hierarchy: the Towns and Urban Classes. 305
  • Book V. Chapter Ii. 322
  • Book V. Chapter Iii. 334
  • Book Vi. Nobility and Tchin. 346
  • Book Vi. Chapter Ii. 362
  • Book Vi. Chapter Iii. 381
  • Book Vi. Chapter Iv. 390
  • Book VII the Peasant and the Emancipation. 403
  • Book Vii. Chapter Ii. 422
  • Book Vii. Chapter Iii. 436
  • Book VII Chapter Iv. 450
  • Book VIII. Mir, Family, and Village Communities. 474
  • Book Viii. Chapter Ii. 486
  • Book Viii. Chapter Iii. 505
  • Book Viii. Chapter Iv. 521
  • Book Viii. Chapter V. 534
  • Book Viii. Chapter Vl. 548
  • Book Viii. Chapter Vii. 563
  • Index 581
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