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Bureau of Guardianship of the Foreign Colonists (Russian, <em>Kantseliaria opekunstva inostrannykh kolonistov</em>), called [[Fürsorge-Komitee (Guardians' Committee)|&lt;em&gt;Fürsorge-Komitee&lt;/em&gt;]] in German, was established in connection with the settlement of foreigners in [[Russia|Russia]]. It was to supervise the activity of the Russian diplomatic representatives in recruiting colonists in foreign countries, to keep a file of lands available for settlement, and to see to it that the foreigners upon their arrival were properly received and aided until they had been settled. This Bureau had the status of a separate ministry and was responsible to the empress, who appointed its chairman. The first chairman was Gregory Orlov, who appointed the other members of the Bureau. It was abolished in 1871.
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Bureau of Guardianship of the Foreign Colonists (Russian, <em>Kantseliaria opekunstva inostrannykh kolonistov</em>), called [[Fürsorge-Komitee (Guardians' Committee)|<em>Fürsorge-Komitee</em>]] in German, was established in connection with the settlement of foreigners in [[Russia|Russia]]. It was to supervise the activity of the Russian diplomatic representatives in recruiting colonists in foreign countries, to keep a file of lands available for settlement, and to see to it that the foreigners upon their arrival were properly received and aided until they had been settled. This Bureau had the status of a separate ministry and was responsible to the empress, who appointed its chairman. The first chairman was Gregory Orlov, who appointed the other members of the Bureau. It was abolished in 1871.
 
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= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
Rempel, David G. "The Mennonite Migration to New Russia (1787-1870)." <em class="gameo_bibliography">Mennonite Quarterly Review</em> 9 (1935): 74.
 
Rempel, David G. "The Mennonite Migration to New Russia (1787-1870)." <em class="gameo_bibliography">Mennonite Quarterly Review</em> 9 (1935): 74.
 
 
 
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Bureau of Guardianship of the Foreign Colonists (Russian, Kantseliaria opekunstva inostrannykh kolonistov), called Fürsorge-Komitee in German, was established in connection with the settlement of foreigners in Russia. It was to supervise the activity of the Russian diplomatic representatives in recruiting colonists in foreign countries, to keep a file of lands available for settlement, and to see to it that the foreigners upon their arrival were properly received and aided until they had been settled. This Bureau had the status of a separate ministry and was responsible to the empress, who appointed its chairman. The first chairman was Gregory Orlov, who appointed the other members of the Bureau. It was abolished in 1871.

Bibliography

Rempel, David G. "The Mennonite Migration to New Russia (1787-1870)." Mennonite Quarterly Review 9 (1935): 74.


Author(s) Cornelius Krahn
Date Published 1959


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Krahn, Cornelius. "Bureau of Guardianship of the Foreign Colonies (Russia)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 23 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bureau_of_Guardianship_of_the_Foreign_Colonies_(Russia)&oldid=91286.

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Krahn, Cornelius. (1959). Bureau of Guardianship of the Foreign Colonies (Russia). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 23 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bureau_of_Guardianship_of_the_Foreign_Colonies_(Russia)&oldid=91286.




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