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Russian Voices on the Kennebec The Story of Maine's Unlikely Colony by Robert S. Jaster ISBN 13: 9780891010975

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Unknown; Orono, Maine, U.s.a.: Univ of Maine Pr, July 1999; ISBN-13: 978-0891010975

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Russian Voices on the Kennebec:The Story of Maine's Unlikely Colony

by Jaster, Robert S.

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Orono, Maine: University Press, 1999. First Edition . Fine. 173 pp. Softcover. With 42 photographs. In the 1950's a migration of Russians, Ukranians, Belorussians, and Cossacks settled in the Kennebec Valley, to become Maine's first Russian settlement, and for a time, the largest rural Russian speaking community in the United States. They shared a common language, their Orthodox faith, and a hatred of the Soviet regime. Fine
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