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USask Library and Archival Resources: The Doukhobors in Canada

The Doukhobors in Canada: a select bibliography highlights some of the material on Doukhobors that is held in the University Archives and Special Collections (UASC).


This is a list of books and journals from the Special Collections relating to Doukabhors.

To find more book and journals throughout the library go to the library catalogue and do a word search for "doukhobor"

 In this photo, Mrs. Wasyl Bludoff, of Langham, is seated at her 60 year old spinning wheel which was brought from Russia [in 1898]. Mrs. Kosema Tarassoff of Langham stands beside her. Saskatchewan grown flax is being spun using a wooden toothed comb to hold the fibre. (Special Collections Manuscripts Collection - MSS C555/1/4.2e/5)


CALL # BX7433 .M485
AUTHOR Mealing, F. M., 1938-
TITLE Doukhobor life : a survey of Doukhobor religion, history, & folklife
PUBLISHED [s.l.] : Kootenay Doukhobor Historical Society ; Castlegar, B.C. : Cotinneh Books, 1975

CALL # BX7433 .T17
AUTHOR Tarasoff, Koozma J., 1932-
TITLE A pictorial history of the Doukhobors / by Koozma J. Tarasoff designed and illustrated by W. Perehudoff
PUBLISHED Saskatoon : Modern Press, 1969

CALL # BX7433 .W95
AUTHOR Wright, James Frederick Church
TITLE Slava Bohu : the story of the Dukhobors 
PUBLISHED New York ; Toronto : Farrar & Rinehart, c1940

CALL # FC106 .D68S88 1992
AUTHOR Stupnikoff, Sam George
TITLE Historical saga of the Doukhobor faith, 1750-1990s / researched, compiled and published by Sam George Stupnikoff
PUBLISHED [Blaine Lake, Sask.] : S.G. Stupnikoff, c1992

CALL # FC106 .D68T36 1995
AUTHOR Tarasoff, Koozma J., 1932-
TITLE Spirit wrestlers : centennial papers in honour of Canada's Doukhobor heritage / by Koozma J. Tarasoff & Robert B. Klymasz
PUBLISHED Hull, Quebec : Canadian Museum of Civilization, c1995

CALL # FC106 .D68U64
AUTHOR Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (Grand Forks, B.C.)
TITLE The Doukhobors in Canada 
PUBLISHED Grand Forks, B.C. : Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ, [1974]

CALL # FC3230 .D76S9 1982
AUTHOR Sulerzhitskii, L. A. (Leopold Antonovich), 1872-1916
TITLE To America with the Doukhobors / L.A. Sulerzhitsky ; translated by Michael Kalmakoff ; introduction by Mark Mealing
PUBLISHED Regina, Sask., Canada : Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, c1982

CALL # FC3231 .C24 no.34 1996
AUTHOR Tracie, Carl J. (Carl Joseph), 1939-
TITLE Toil and peaceful life : Doukhobor village settlement in Saskatchewan, 1899-1918
PUBLISHED Regina : Canadian Plains Research Center, 1996

CALL # FC3550 .D76R53 1903
AUTHOR Riddington, John
TITLE The Doukhobor pilgrimage
PUBLISHED Toronto : [s.n.], 1903


CALL # BX7433 .I.58
TITLE The Inquirer
PUBLISHED [Saskatoon, Sask., Union of Young Doukhobors]
Volume 3, no. 1-12; volume 4, no. 1-11; volume 5, no. 1-4


Call No.: Becker 241
Title: Documents of Western History Doukhobor Immigration: The Potato Dilemma. 1985.
(In: Saskatchewan History, vol. 38, no. 2)

Call No.: XLVIII-43
An historic site Petrofka ferry unveiling, Sunday, June 14, 1959.