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History and Administrative Division . The Mordvinian National Okrug (on territory hitherto belonging to Nizhny Novgorod and Penza Gubernia) was established in 1928, placed under Nizhny Novgood Oblast, elevated to Mordvinian Autonomous Oblast in 1930, in 1934 elevated to Mordvinian ASSR, in 1936 administratively separated from Gorky Kray (est. 1932), in 1994 transformed into the Republic of Mordovia. Capital Saransk.

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Ethnographical Die Mordwinen, pp.46-51 in vol.1 of J.G. Georgi, Beschreibung aller Nationen des russischen Reichs, 1776, in German, GB
Les Mordwines, pp.57-64 in J.G. Georgi, Description de toutes les nations de l'empire de Russie, 1776, in French, GB
Die Mordwinen, pp.472-475 in vol.1 of F.H. Müller, Der Ugrische Volksstamm: oder Untersuchungen über die Ländergebiete am Ural und am Kaukasus, 1837, in German, GB
A. Schleicher, Die Sprachen Europas in systematischer Uebersicht , 1850, in German, GB ; esp. p.77
The Mordvins, pp.91-93 in R.G. Latham, The Native Races of the Russian Empire, 1854, GB
The Mordwines, pp.144-145 in Th.L. Nichols, Woman, in all ages and nations, 1855, GB
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Tour Guides, Travelogues Die Mordwinen, pp.857- in vol.2 of J.G. Georgi, Bemerkungen einer Reise im Russischen Reich in den Jahren 1772 , 1775, in German, GB
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Historical Dictionary B. Raymond, P. Duffy, Historical Dictionary of Russia, Methuan : Scarecrow 1998, KMLA Lib.Sign. R 947.8 R268h
Mordoviya, pp.87-89, in : Europa Publications, The Territories of the Russian Federation, London : Europa 1st ed. 1999 [G]
Yearbook Entries Article : USSR : Mordovian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1970-1971 pp.1413-1414 , 1975-1976 pp.1418-1419, 1978-1979 p.1236, 1980-1981 p.1241, 1983-1984 pp.1245-1246, 1984-1985 p.1243, 1985-1986 p.1244, 1987-1988 p.1246, 1988-1989 p.1250, 1989-1990 p.1256, 1990-1991 p.1259, 1991-1992 p.1259 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Mordovian Autonomous Republic, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1992-1993 p.409 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Mordovian Republic, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1993-1994 p.410, 1994-1995 pp.397-398 [G]
Article : Commonwealth of Independent States : Russia : Mordovia, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1995-1996 p.386 [G]
Article : Russia : Mordovia, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1996-1997 p.1090, 1997-1998 pp.1095-1096, 1998-1999 p.1190, 2000 p.1333, 2001 p.1296, 2002 pp.1349-1350, 2003 p.1348, 2004 p.1353, 2005 p.1364 [G]