Books & Documents in The US Library of Congress Archives

Documents in The US Library of Congress ArchivesThere are many historical and actual documents about the Circassians and the Caucasus in the Archives of US Library of Congress. This page contains only some of these documents in the US Congress Archives, in time other documents will also be added after being classified.

The US Library of Congress is the oldest national establishment for culture in the country, and provides Congressional policymakers with research services, as well. With over 130 million pieces on over 500 miles of shelving, it is the most extensive library collection worldwide. 


>> Storm over the Caucasus: In the Wake of Independence
By Charles Van Der Leeuw, Caucasus World, 1999
(2.45 MB)


>> The Expansion of Russia: Problems of The East and Problems of The Far East
By Alfred Rambaud - With an Essay on the Russian People, By J. Novicow
(977 KB)

>> Russia and Her Colonies
By Walter Kolarz, 1967
(6.93 MB)


>> George Kennan and the American-Russian Relationship, 1865-1924
By Frederic F. Travis, 1990
(1.78 MB)


>> British Diplomacy Illustrated in the Affair of the ''Vixen''Addressed to the Commercial Constituency of Great Britain
By an Old Diplomatic Servant, (David Urquhart) 3rd. ed. (Newcastle, 1839)
(3.63 MB)

>> British Diplomacy Illustrated in the Affair of the ''Vixen''  - Part 2
(381 KB)


>> Sketch of the Coast of Circassia, Drawn from the Charts of the Russian Admiralty
British Diplomacy Illustrated in the Affair of the ''Vixen'' , Map, 1938
(Image File - 439 KB)


>> Muscovy: Russia through Foreign Eyes, 1553-1900
By Francesca Wilson, 1970
(5.74 MB)


>> The Rugged Flanks of the Caucasus
By John F. Baddeley, Volume 1, London, 1940
(6.81 MB)


>> The Rugged Flanks of the Caucasus
By John F. Baddeley, Volume 2, London, 1940
(6.27 MB)


>> Map of the Western Caucasus: Illustrating Chapters II and XVII-XXII
The Rugged Flanks of the Caucasus, By John F. Baddeley, V1
(Image File - 872 MB)


>> The Caucasus: Based on a photo-relief Map by G. G. Mets
The Rugged Flanks of the Caucasus, By John F. Baddeley, V1
(Image File - 778 KB)


>> The Author ''John F. Baddeley'' in Native Dress
(Image File - 113 KB)


>> The Punished Peoples
The Deportation and fate of Soviet minorities at the end of the Second World War, By Aleksandr M. Nekrich
(4.92 MB)


>> The Punished Peoples: The Return of the Punished Peoples to the Northern Caucasus and Kalmykia
By Aleksandr M. Nekrich, Chapter V
(3.24 MB)


>> Russian Colonial Expansion to 1917
By Michael Rywkin, Syed Z. Abedin, 1988
(4.41 MB)


>> Russian Expansion in the Caucasus to 1813
Russian Colonial Expansion to 1917, Chapter VIII, by Muriel Atkin
(3.83 MB)


>> Cherkessia - Черкecия
By A Pobedonovstev, Moscow, 1940 / Russian
(6.58 MB)


Library of Congress Archives, Washington, DC USA

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