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Этноархеологические исследования | Полевой архив | Этнографические заметки | Этнографическая экспозиция МАЭ ОмГУ | ЭтноФото | Этнография Омского Прииртышья
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The study covers the appropriating branches of the Baraba Tatars occupations for the second half XIX - first half XX centuries. The appropriating occupations of the Baraba Tatars are considered as the complex phenomenon including human skills, instruments of labour, vehicles, trade dwellings, a trade cult and other components of culture.

The first sketch of study is devoted to description of natural conditions of Baraba forest-steppe. In the second and third sketches fishery, hunting and collecting of the Baraba Tatars are considered: their seasonal features, methods, instruments, social organization, dimensions, directions of production use. The local features and changes in Baraba Tatars economy complex are disclosed. The fourth sketch of the monography includes the characteristic of the Baraba Tatars means of travel, temporary economic buildings, food and trade cult elements.

In the end of research the basic conclusions are done. Natural conditions of Baraba opened ample opportunities to indigenous population for conducting diversified economy. The Baraba Tatars traditional occupations had composite character, presenting a complex combination of fishery, hunting, collecting, cattle breeding and agriculture. The ratio of occupations branches at different Baraba Tatars local groups differed and depended on concrete natural conditions. In XIX - first third XX centuries in economic complex of the Baraba Tatars value of appropriating branches decreases and role of cattle breeding and agriculture increases.

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Омского государственного университета им. Ф.М. Достоевского
Омск, 2001–2018