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Kaplanbek was an estate some 14 miles northwest of the city of [[Tashkent (Toshkent Province, Uzbekistan)|Tashkent]] in [[Turkestan|Turkestan]] (now part of Uzbekistan), Central Asia, where the first and second groups of the chiliastic Mennonites from [[Samara Oblast (Russia)|Samara]], inspired by [[Epp, Claas (1838-1913)|Claas Epp]], found a temporary shelter after their arrival on 15 October and 25 November 1880, respectively. When the successor of Governor Konstantin von Kaufmann, with whom they had made arrangements for settlement, did not honor the promise, the group proceeded to [[Bukhara (Uzbekistan)|Bokhara]] and from there to [[Khiva (Khorezm Oblast, Uzbekistan)|Khiva]].  
 
Kaplanbek was an estate some 14 miles northwest of the city of [[Tashkent (Toshkent Province, Uzbekistan)|Tashkent]] in [[Turkestan|Turkestan]] (now part of Uzbekistan), Central Asia, where the first and second groups of the chiliastic Mennonites from [[Samara Oblast (Russia)|Samara]], inspired by [[Epp, Claas (1838-1913)|Claas Epp]], found a temporary shelter after their arrival on 15 October and 25 November 1880, respectively. When the successor of Governor Konstantin von Kaufmann, with whom they had made arrangements for settlement, did not honor the promise, the group proceeded to [[Bukhara (Uzbekistan)|Bokhara]] and from there to [[Khiva (Khorezm Oblast, Uzbekistan)|Khiva]].  
  
See [[Asiatic Russia|Asiatic Russia]], [[Ak-Mechet (Uzbekistan)|Ak-Metchet]], [[Aulie-Ata Mennonite Settlement (Kazakhstan)|Aulie-Ata]]  
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See [[Asiatic Russia|Asiatic Russia]], [[Ak-Mechet (Uzbekistan)|Ak-Metchet]], [[Aulie-Ata Mennonite Settlement (Kazakhstan)|Aulie-Ata]]
 
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Kaplanbek was an estate some 14 miles northwest of the city of Tashkent in Turkestan (now part of Uzbekistan), Central Asia, where the first and second groups of the chiliastic Mennonites from Samara, inspired by Claas Epp, found a temporary shelter after their arrival on 15 October and 25 November 1880, respectively. When the successor of Governor Konstantin von Kaufmann, with whom they had made arrangements for settlement, did not honor the promise, the group proceeded to Bokhara and from there to Khiva.

See Asiatic Russia, Ak-Metchet, Aulie-Ata


Author(s) Cornelius Krahn
Date Published 1957


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Krahn, Cornelius. "Kaplanbek (Toshkent Province, Uzbekistan)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1957. Web. 28 Nov 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Kaplanbek_(Toshkent_Province,_Uzbekistan)&oldid=88521.

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Krahn, Cornelius. (1957). Kaplanbek (Toshkent Province, Uzbekistan). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 28 November 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Kaplanbek_(Toshkent_Province,_Uzbekistan)&oldid=88521.




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