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Database Content and Design

 

The originator, researcher, translator, organizer, editor, administrator and writer of the content for the Doukhobor Gazetteer database is Jonathan J. Kalmakoff, Regina, SK.

 

Proofreading by Carl J. Tracie, Langley, BC; Jim E. Popoff, Grand Forks, BC; and Koozma J. Tarasoff, Ottawa, ON.

Database technical design, programming and production by Bob Horton of PSD Services Inc., Regina, SK.

 


 

Acknowledgements

 

This database would not have been possible without the generous assistance of many individuals including:

Farid Alakbarov, Baku, Azerbaijan; Joyce Austin, Rossland Historical Museum; Dave Arthur, Saskatchewan Geographic Names Board; N.L. Barlee, Osoyoos, BC; Bill Barry, Regina, SK; Nick Bonderoff, Salmo, BC; Nicholas B. Breyfogle, Ohio State University; Fred J. Chernoff, Winnipeg, MB; Marina Chutskova, Tiblisi, Georgia; Brad Clark, Sacramento, CA; Jo-Anne Colby, CPR Archives; Andrew Conovaloff, Molokane.com, Leon Davidoff, Nelson, BC; Michael Davidoff, Castlegar BC; Susan Dechant, Kettle Falls WA; Marion Demosky, Castlegar, BC; Ethel Dunn, Highgate Road Social Science Station, CA; Meeri Durand, Regional District Central Kootenay; Pete Elasoff, Krestova, BC; Dr. Burhan Elturan, Indiana University; Alex Ewashin, Creston, BC; Larry Ewashen, Doukhobor Discovery Centre; Peter W. Fofonoff, Veregin, SK; Andrew Geggie, Geomatics Canada; Dr. George Hewitt, University of London; Svetlana A. Inikova, Russian Academy of Sciences; Vasily F. Kabatov, Volgograd, Russia; George W. Kalmakoff, Grand Forks, BC; Anna Kalmakova, Rostov, RU; Alex Kondratoff, Kamsack SK; Fred Konkin, Pelly, SK; Les Kosma, Canadian Northern Society, Mikhail Kroutikhin, Moscow, Russia; Martin Lanthier, National Archives of Canada; Steve Lapshinoff, Crescent Valley, BC; Peter P. Malekoff, Kylemore, SK; Janet Mason, BC Geographical Names Information System; Jack McIntosh, Vancouver, BC; Molly Minnaert, Winlaw, BC; Lawrna Myers, Vernon, BC; George Negrave, Kamsack, SK; Greg Nesteroff, Castlegar, BC; John Nevokshonoff, Grand Forks, BC; Sheila Newlove, Imperial, SK; Pauline Norrlander, Salmo, BC; John Ozeroff, Glade, BC; Andrew Pereversoff, Shoreacres, BC; Fred S. Petroff, Canora, SK; Cecil Plotnikoff, Grand Forks, BC; Philip F. Plotnikoff, Grand Forks, BC; Al Popoff, Kelowna, BC; Eli A. Popoff, Grand Forks, BC; Jim E. Popoff, Grand Forks, BC; Mike W. Popoff, Castlegar, BC; Vera Popova, Moscow, Russia; Corinne Postnikoff, Castlegar, BC; Judy Ronaghan, Boundary Musuem; Laura Savinkoff, Grand Forks, BC; Bruce Schmidt, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission; Paul J. Seminoff, Grand Forks, BC; Sam Shlakoff, Krestova, BC; Aksinya Solovey, Krasnodar, Russia; Bill Strelaeff, Pass Creek, BC; Andy Tarasoff, Crescent Valley, BC; Koozma J. Tarasoff, Ottawa, ON; Ron Tetoff, Kamsack, SK; Dr. Carl Tracie, Trinity Western University; Bill Trubetskoff, Brilliant, BC; John G. Vanin, Pelly, SK; Laura Verigin, Benito, MB; Michael M. Verigin, Cowley, AB; Peter N. Voykin, Castlegar, BC; Larry Walters, BC Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management; Alex Wishlow, Creston, BC; Michael M. Zeibin, Kamsack, SK; Peter P. Zaetsoff, Castlegar, BC; Mike S. Zibin, Grand Forks, BC; and many others.

 

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Bibliographic References

 

The following texts and authorities were consulted in compiling this database:

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