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A Life Under Russian Serfdom

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Boris B. Gorshkov

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Aksakov, I. S., 15

Alexander I, Emperor, 71n. 105

Alexander II, Emperor, 23n. 1

Alexander Nevskii Lavra, 39

Arkhangel’sk, the port of, 14, 96, 97

Astrakhan’, 67n. 93, 114

Barshchina, see corvée

Batashov brothers, entrepreneurs, 84n. 106

Batashov, Andrei Rodionovich, 84n. 106

Batashov, Ivan Rodionovich, 84n. 107, 85n. 108

Brant, Wilhelm Ivanovich, 96–97

company of, 96

Catherine I, Empress, 27n. 41

Central industrial region (Central provinces), 10, 11, 15, 16

China, 89n. 111

Cholera, 97, 109

Commune, see village commune

Conscription (military service), 31n. 50, 45n. 64, 77, 81, 100

Continental system, 39n. 60

(See also War of 1812; Napoleon)

Corporal punishment, 5–6, 32, 98, 101, 111

Corvée (barshchina), 10, 32, 33, 101

(See also dues and labor obligations of serfs)

Council of Trustees, 71, 76, 79, 85, 87

Crystal Palace, 15

Danube, river, 2, 111, 113,

Dress peasant, 58

Dress peasant-women, 58

Drunkenness, 30, 34, 57, 63, 92

Economy, 4, 5, 7, 10

Elabuga, 86

Emancipation Proclamation, 114, 23n. 1

(See also end of serfdom)

Engels, Friedrick, 15

England, 39, 92

Enlightenment, 19

Enserfment, see origins of serfdom

Fonvizin, D. I., 56n. 75

Haxthausen, August von, 14n. 30

Iakovlevs, family 13, 30, 31n. 49

Iakovlev (Sobakin), Savva Iakovlevich, 29–30n. 45, 31n. 49

Iakovlev, Sergei Savich, 31, 35, 36

Intelligentsia, 19

Ivanovo-Voznesensk, 15

Karamzin, 56

Kiakhta, 89, 90, 92

Kishinev, 112

Kitai-Gorod, 66n. 92

Kostroma, 15, 46

Koval’chenko, I. D. 13

Kremlin, 47, 66

Marriage contract, 7, 8

(See also marriages of serfs)

Migration (seasonal), see territorial mobility of serfs

Moon, David, 18

Moscow, 12, 29, 46, 47, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69

recovery after Napoleon’s invasion, 65–66

Moscow Commercial and Practical Academy, 91

Napoleon, Bonaparte, 39n. 60, 65

Napoleon’s invasion: Purlevskii’s recollection of, 64–65

Nekrasovtsy, 2, 113

(See also Old Believers)

Nicholas I, Emperor, 19, 100

Nikitenko, A. V. 1n. 2

Nikon, Patriarch, 32n. 53

(See also Nikonshchina)

Nikonshchina, 32

(See also Old Believers)

Nizhnii Novgorod fair, 87, 103, 104, 109

Nobility (landowners, aristocracy), 4, 19, 31, 103n. 118

promotion to, 31n. 50

Odesskii vestnik, 113

Old Believers, 32n. 52, 82, 111, 113

(See also Nekrasovrsy; Nikonshchina; Skoptsy)

Opekunskii sovet, moskovskii, see Council of Trustees

Patriarchs (peasant family heads), 8

Peasants (See also serfs) categories of, 4n. 6 state, 4

Pochta dukhov, 56

Popov Trading House (in Arkhagelsk), 46

Proto-industrialization, 11n. 20, 13, 15n. 33

Proto-industrial villages, 15–16n. 33

Purlevskiis, family, 43, 59

Purlevskaia, Dar’ia Egorovna (mother), 51, 58, 59, 64, 67, 72

Purlevskii, Dmitrii Petrovich (father), 43, 46, 47, 51, 53, 54, 58, 63–64

Purlevskii, Petr Petrovich (grandfather), 15, 43–47

as estate bailiff, 43–45

Purlevskii, Savva Dmitrievich

as estate bailiff, 9, 105–109

economic activities of, 14, 65–66, 73, 96–97, 104, 109

education of, 54–57

marriage of, 7, 67, 72–73

perceptions of serfdom, 19, 77, 96, 101

upbringing of, 51–57

Rent (obrok), 10, 12, 28, 32, 33, 38, 43, 71, 75, 76, 101, 103

(See also dues and labor obligations of serfs)

Repnin, A. I., 27, 27–28n. 42, 43, 97

Russkaia starina, 1n. 2

Russkii arkhiv, 1n. 2

Russkii vestnik, 1n. 1

Schism, see Old Believers; Nikonshchina

Serfdom end of, 17–19

(See also Emancipation Proclamation)

historiography of, 17–18

laws regulating, 5, 6n. 11, 7, 8n. 14

legal ambiguities of, 5

origins of, 3, 17

popular perceptions of, 18–19

regional diversity of, 10

definition of, 2

Serfs autonomy from landlords, 8, 10

communal activities of, 9

(See also village commune)

corporal punishment of, see corporal punishment
dues and labor obligations of, 9, 10n. 18, 32, 33, 98, 101

economic activities of , 4–5, 11

families of, 7, 8

households of, 7

laws regarding, 5, 6n. 11, 8n. 14, 10n. 18

marriage of, 7–8, 8n. 14

marriage age of, 7–8

memoirs of, 1n. 2

occupations of, 4–5, 11, 12

popular protest among, 9–10

sale of, 5

societal mobility of, 6

solidarity among, 9, 100

territorial mobility of, 3, 7, 16

Sevastopol, 114

Shepelev, D. D., 85n. 108n. 109

Siberia, 6, 31, 86, 90, 111, 40n. 61

Siberian mills, 31, 73, 77, 104, 109, 110

Simpson, Aleksandr Yakovlevich, 97

Skoptsy, 112, 113

Skvoznik, Ivan Savich, steward, 36, 37, 38

State, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 17, 30n. 47

St. Petersburg, 12, 30, 31, 34, 63, 71, 73, 97, 100, 101, 104, 110, 111, 112

Suzdal’, 13

Tartars, Kasimov, 84

Trinity St. Sergius Monastery, 47, 69

Urbanization, see proto-industrial villages

Velikoe, economy of, 11, 13, 14, 106

local trades of, 13, 14, 107

contemporary descriptions of, 14–15

origins of, 13

owners of, 13, 27–28

Vestnik Evropy, 56

Village commune, 8, 9

meetings of, 9

responsibilities of, 8–9

Volga, river, 11, 12, 35

Vologda, 46, 64

War of 1812, 64n. 87

Yaroslavl’, 13, 15, 27, 31, 40n. 61, 46, 54, 76

Yaroslavl’ province, 1, 2, 11, 12, 13n. 24, 16n. 34, 17, 27

Zemstvos, 28n. 42

Zhivopisets, 56

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