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  Chuvans Information
The Chuvans (Чуванцы in Russian) are one of the 40 or so "less-numerous peoples of the North" recognized by the Russian government.
The Chuvans were engaged in hunting, fishing and reindeer-breeding.
In the 18th century, a part of the Chuvans retreated to the Kolyma River due to the onset of the Chukchi and became russified.
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 Yukaghir at AllExperts
The Tundra Yukagirs live in the Lower Kolyma region in Sakha, the Taiga Yukagirs - in the Upper Kolyma region in Sakha and Srednekansky District of the Magadan Oblast.
By the time of the Russian colonization in the 17th century, the Yukagir tribal groups (Chuvans, Khodyns, Anauls, etc.) occupied territories from the Lena River to the mouth of the Anadyr River.
The surviving tribes are the Odul of Nelemnoe, the Vadul of Andryushkino and the Chuvan of Anadyr river area.
en.allexperts.com /e/y/yu/yukaghir.htm   (440 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Tundra Yukaghirs live in the Lower Kolyma region in the Sakha Republic; the Taiga Yukagirs in the Upper Kolyma region in the Sakha Republic and in Srednekansky District of Magadan Oblast.
The surviving three tribes are the Odul of Nelemnoe, the Vadul of Andryushkino and the Chuvan of the Anadyr river area.
Of the extinct groups, the most important were the Khodynt, the Anaoul (both of the Anadyr River area), and the Omok (North of the Chuvan).
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 Endangered Languages of Siberia - The Yukagir language
Much to our regret, in this assembly it is impossible to differ consistently actually Chuvan and Omok words and Yukagir components of language of old residents of basin of Anadyr, who came back to native places in 1840s to the vicinities of the former Anadyr ostrog (fortress), a modern settlement Markovo in Chukotka.
Chuvan A.E.Djachkov, the author of the book “Anadyrsky Kray” (“The Anadyr territory”) wrote, that he remembered only two words of his native language - tegoya “knife” (Yukagir chogoye) and oile “give”, however these words cannot be counted unconditionally Chuvan ones, because A.E. Djachkov’s grandmother as appears from his curriculum vitae, belonged to “Omoks”.
The languages of Khodyns, Chuvans and Anauls are represented basically with proper names - personal names from documents of 17-18 centuries and toponyms in the upper and middle current of Anadyr river and the basin of Penzhina river.
lingsib.unesco.ru /en/languages/yukagir.shtml.htm   (2084 words)

  
 Chukotka Information
Traditionally the home of the native Chukchi people, Siberian Yupiks, Koryaks, Chuvans, Evens/Lamuts, Yukagirs, and Russian Old Settlers, the region was subject to collectivisation and forced settlement during the Soviet era.
Chukotka has large reserves of oil, natural gas, coal, gold, and tungsten, which are slowly being exploited, but much of the rural population exists on subsistence reindeer herding, hunting, and fishing.
Of the rest, residents identified themselves as belonging to 86 ethnic groups, including 27,918 ethnic Russians (51.9%), 12,622 Chukchis (23.5%), 4,960 Ukrainians (9.2%), 1,534 Eskimos (2.85%), 1,407 Evens (2.6%), 951 Chuvans (1.77%) and so on.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Chukotka   (352 words)

  
 Qwika - similar:Tatars
The Chuvans (Чуванцы in Russian) are one of the 40 or so "less-numerous peoples of the North" recognized by the Russian government.
Most Chuvans today live within the Chukotka Autonomous Region in the far northeast of Russia.
Based on first-hand field research by several ethnographers in the 1990s, people who self-identify as Chuvans seem to do so in one of two ways: On the one hand, so...
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 Chukotka information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Traditionally the home of the native Chukchi people, Siberian Yupiks, Koryaks, Chuvans, Evens/Lamuts, Yukagirs, and Russian Old Settlers, the region was subject to collectivisation and forced settlement during the Soviet era.
Chukotka has large reserves of oil, natural gas, coal, gold, and tungsten, which are slowly being exploited, but much of the rural population exists on subsistence reindeer herding, hunting, and fishing.
Of the rest, residents identified themselves as belonging to 86 ethnic groups, including 27,918 ethnic Russians (51.9%), 12,622 Chukchis (23.5%), 4,960 Ukrainians (9.2%), 1,534 Eskimos (2.85%), 1,407 Evens (2.6%), 951 Chuvans (1.77%) and so on.
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 Summary of Working Paper No. 90-1997
In the subsequent chapters, 17 ethnic groups with residence and subsistence areas close to the Arctic coast of the Russian Federation are described and their environmental needs discussed.
These groups are the Eastern Saami, Nenets, Enets, Nganasans, Khants, Dolgans, Evenks, Evens, Yukagirs, Chuvans, Chukchi, Siberian Yupik, Aleuts, Koryaks, Itelmens/Kam-chadals, as well as the northern subgroups of the Yakuts and Komi.
Information on ethno-geography, subsistence, indigenous land use and environmental threats is sorted both according to ethnic groups (Chapter 2) and administrative areas (Chapter 3), and illustrated by a series of maps in the end of the report.
www.fni.no /insrop/INSROPSummary_of_Working_Paper_No_9019.html   (945 words)

  
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It would be a wonder if Chuvan survived, but I guess not...
>Sasha Thanks, Sasha (and hello), is calling themselves "Chuvan" a "new" habit among these people, since this nationality did not figure in earlier censuses (e.g.
Stefan their language "Chuvan" nevertheless Stefan Georg Heerstrasse 7 D-53111 Bonn FRG +49-228-69-13-32
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 The languages of the Russian Federation today
There are relatively extensive and reliable records of them, though naturally far from the extent one would desire.
Nine languages became extinct before the 20th century, and the material we have of them is scanty: Arin (Yeniseian: S), Chuvan (Yukagir), Eastern Kamchadal (Kamchatkan), Southern Kamchadal (Kamchatkan), Kott (Yeniseian: S), Mator (FU: Samoyed), Omok (Yukagir), Pumpokol (Yeniseian: N), and Yurats (FU: Samoyed).
In recent statistics a people called Chuvans has reappeared, but the given figures for native language speakers refer to those ethnic Chuvans whose first language is Chukchi.
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 tip drill video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 YakutiaToday.Com - the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) - Nationalities: the Yukagirs
Yukagirs, autodenomination is Odul/ Vadul, “strong», co-existed with the names of the separate territorial and tribal groups: chuvan, anaul, khodyn, omok, etc.
The biggest ones were the Khodyns, Chuvans and Anauls.
They were characterized by the low level of the ethnic consciousness.
www.yakutiatoday.com /region/nationalities_yukagir.shtml   (220 words)

  
 Cultural Survival   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The name Chukotka is taken from the word `Chukchi' -- the name the Russians long ago gave one of the native peoples of the peninsula.
The Chukchi's self-designation is l'ygoravetlan, which means "the real people." As a result of Soviet-era immigration by Russians, Ukrainians, and other Soviet peoples, Chukchis and other Indigenous Peoples of Chukotka (Evens, Koryaks, Yupiks, Chuvans, and Yukagirs) make up less than 20 percent of the region's population.
Today some Chukchi live in cities, working primarily as teachers, journalists, artisans, administration functionaries, wage laborers, and in museums and cultural centers.
www.cs.org /publications/csq/csq-article.cfm?id=276   (2379 words)

  
 Endangered Languages of Siberia - The Chukchi language
The Chukchi language enjoyed a rather stable use in the multilingual environment of Nizhnekolymskiy District, Yakutia.
The command of Chukchi was also characteristic of Chuvans; language skills of the people of older generation have remained strong among them up to the present day.
In the 30-50s the knowledge of Chikchi was wide spread among newly arrived specialists, mainly, teachers, as well as doctors and veterinarians, and, to a lesser degree, among other specialists.
lingsib.iea.ras.ru /en/languages/chukchi.shtml   (2943 words)

  
 CHUVANS Articles Chuvans (Russian: ????´???) are one
Historical accounts describe the Chuvans as a people in Siberia, belonging to the Yukaghir group.
In the 18th century, some Chuvans retreated to the Kolyma River following attacks by the Chukchi.
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 Chukchi: Arctic and Siberian at Canadian Content
Uelen on the east coast of Chukotka is famous for its walrus ivory carving.
Profile of the Chuvan people, from NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies.
Profile of the Chukchi people, from NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies.
www.canadiancontent.net /dir/Top/Regional/Europe/Russia/Society_and_Culture/Ethnicity/Arctic_and_Siberian/Chukchi   (217 words)

  
 Why don't gov preserve culture of native Americans in Alaska   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As far as I know, there in Russia they do not treat native resident population with scant courtesy.
At least, they would try to preserve our culture as they do with the culture of the Chuvans, the Evens, the Chukchis and the Eskimos.
Honestly speaking, I will be happy to do away with America crazy about assimilating us.
www.politicalforum.com /viewtopic.php?p=283042   (897 words)

  
 NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Chuvans can themselves be regarded as a sub-group of Chukchi.
The Chuvans were a group of Yukagirs who are now classified as a Chukchi sub-group.
For more info on their history, see entries on Chukchi and Yukagir.
www.nupi.no /cgi-win/Russland/etnisk_b.exe/?Chuvantsi   (58 words)

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