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Settlement of the 'Skoptchi' (Religious Exiles)

Slide 15 of From the Thames to Siberia (lecture: Walter Tyler, 30-31 slides, 1891)

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creator of source image(s): FORESTIER, Amédée  (1854-1930)

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height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
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Forestier's signature appears in the engraving in Illustrated London News but has been cropped off the image area of the slide.


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Lucerna ID  5056329

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