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Тобольская епархия. Часть первая

Subtitle

Описание местности, занимаемой Тобольскою епархиею, в географическом и историко-этнографическом отношении

Volume

2. Историко-этнографические сведения о Тобольской губернии.

3. Об Акмолинской и Семипалатинской областях, входящих в состав Тобольской епархии.

Edition

1-е

Printer

Типография А. К. Демидова

Year of publication

1892

Place of publication

Омск

Language

Russian

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Русский: Скан книги "Тобольская епархия". Часть 1. Отделы 2-3 (изд. 1892)
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