Non-staff employees of the East-Siberian department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society and their contribution to the study of the Mongolian people

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The East-Siberian branch of the Russian Geographical Society was founded in 1851 in Irkutsk. The opening of the local museums, libraries, astronomical and meteorological stations, scientific and educational activities, Sunday schools and public readings is connected with the beginning of its work. The article is devoted to little-known non-staff employees who along with the full members of the East-Siberian department of the Russian Geographical Society played a significant role in formation of funds for geography, ethnographies, archeology of the Mongolian people and filled up collections of the ESRGS museum.

Russian geographical society, the east-siberian department of the imperial russian geographical society (esdrgs), ethnography, geography, mongolian people, buryats

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