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Karachai-Cherkessia
First posted on June 1st 2006, last revised August 30th 2010






In 1864 the Russian conquest of Circassia was completed; a large part of the Circassian population emigrated into the Ottoman Empire. The Adyghe people chose to remain in their homeland which now was part of the Russian Empire (Kuban Gubernia).
In 1922, within the RSFSR and carved out of Kuban-Black Sea Oblast, Cherkess Autonomous Oblast was established. In the same year it was renamed Adyghe (Cherkess) Autonomous Oblast. In 1924 it was placed under the RSFSR's North Caucasus Krai. In 1928 it was renamed Adyghe Autonomous Oblast. In 1934 it was separated from North Caucasus Krai and placed under Azov-Black Sea Krai. In 1937 it was placed under Krasnodar Krai. In 1991 it was elevated from autonomous oblast to republic.

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Online Journals full text online Journal of Central Asian and Caucasian Studies 2006-
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General Accounts
Historical Dictionary Adygeya, pp.37-39, in : Europa Publications, The Territories of the Russian Federation, London : Europa 1st ed. 1999 [G]
Articles : Circassia pp.127-130, in : James Minahan, Nations without States, A Historical Dictionary of Contemporary National Movements, Westport CT : Greenwood 1996 [G]
Yearbook Entries Article : USSR : Adygei Autonomous Region, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1970-1971 p.1416, 1975-1976 p.1421, 1978-1979 p.1238, 1980-1981 p.1243, 1983-1984 p.1248, 1984-1985 p.1245, 1985-1986 p.1246, 1987-1988 p.1249, 1988-1989 p.1253, 1989-1990 p.1259, 1990-1991 p.1262, 1991-1992 p.1261 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Adygei Autonomous Region, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1992-1993 p.411 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Adygeya Republic, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1993-1994 p.412, 1994-1995 p.392 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Adygeya, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1995-1996 pp.379-380 [G]
Article : Russia : Adygeya, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1996-1997 p.1084, 1997-1998 p.1090, 1998-1999 p.1184, 2000 p.1326, 2001 p.1289, 2002 pp.1342-1343, 2003 p.1341, 2004 p.1346, 2005 p.1358 [G]