2 edition of pilgrims of Russian-Town found in the catalog.
pilgrims of Russian-Town
Pauline V. Young
Originally published, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1932.
|Statement||with an introduction by Robert E. Park.|
Years ago, when I studied The Pilgrims of Russian-Town, I saw a table of the number of juvenile delinquencies recorded for Molokan boys by the Hollenbeck police station. Notable to me was the 50% drop in delinquencies as soon as the UMCA was started in from about to A hermit called Pafnuty founded a cloister not far from the old Russian town of Borovsk. Pilgrims would flock to the retreat and settle in the local villages of Vysotsky, Roshchinsky and Rebushinsky. In Empress Catherine the Great decreed that the cloister lands, complete with the peasants, be transferred over to the state.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Young, Pauline V., Pilgrims of Russian-town. New York, Russell & Russell  (OCoLC) Pilgrims of Russian-Town: The Community of Spiritual Christian Jumpers in America [Pauline V.
Young] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pilgrims of Russian-Town: The Community of Spiritual Christian Jumpers in AmericaAuthor: Pauline V. Young. The book, Pilgrims of Russian-Town, by Pauline V.
Young tells the story of a group of Russian Christians called [Pryguny: Jumpers] Molokans from the early s, when they came to America, untilwhen the book was published.
[After many American Pryguny transformed. The pilgrims of Russian-town. The pilgrims of Russian-town. - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library About this Book Catalog Record Details.
The pilgrims of Russian-town. Young, Pauline V., View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. The Pilgrims of Russian-town the Community of Spiritual Christian Jumpers in America [Pauline V.
Young] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sociology. OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages ; 20 cm. Contents: Part I: Introduction --The problem of Sectarianism and the city --Russian-town --Part II: Cultural background --Sobranie --Molokan tradition --The brotherhood --Part III: Assimilation processes --The Molokan family --The outer world --Conflict within the group --Consequences of cultural conflict --The impact of social.
Young, Pauline Vislick, Interviewing in social work: a sociological analysis (New York and London: McGraw-Hill book company, inc., ) Young, Pauline (Vislick), The pilgrims of Russian-town. The community of spiritual Christian jumpers in America with an introd. by Robert E. Park.(New York, Russell & Russell) .
In the 's, Dr. Pauline V. Young was working on a sequel to her book Pilgrims in Russian-town to report that these Spiritual Christians, whom she earlier assumed would assimilate in Los Angeles within a generation, were being revitalized by their own American-educated youth.
The authors quote and extend Young (Pilgrims of Russian-town) and Berokoff (Molokans in America) focusing on social conditions — lifestyle, people (16 photos of athletes), clubs, institutions, and churches (new and old). — religion (9 spiritual incidents, some related to immigration) and the neighborhood landmarks are number referenced to.
More > book, a biography of M.G. Rudometkin, a dissertation on the prophesies, photographs of Solovetski Island Monastery and Suzdal Spasso-Efim Monastery, Young Church booklet reprint, Peter Philipp Shubin booklet reprint, and documents pertaining to the arrest and incarceration of M.G.
Rudometkin, and one letter sent to him while. The Pilgrims of Russian Town I’ve been reading – once again – a book I have listed for sale. Sadly, the exterior has not worn well due to lack of care; the interior. The Pilgrims of Russian-town 70 Years Later, Stephen Scott.
Her story became well known from the book, The Small Woman by Alan Burgess and movie, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, written and made about her in the late s. Gladys Aylward was born on Febru in North London, England. Pauline Young, The Pilgrims of Russian-Town (New York: Russell and Russell, ).
The most popular Molokan-authored historical account is John Berokoff, Molokans in America (Los Angeles: self-published, ). Caucasus Roadsalso shown between pages in Pilgrims of Russian Town by P.V.
Young,reissued the book with a religious theme that enjoyed the widest popularity and even reverence among the elders previous to the publication of The Book of Spirit and Life inwas a book on a mystical subject written by a German writer. A tiny Russian village of Chabad fame dreams of becoming Jewish pilgrimage site Running water, gas and electricity are not readily available.
In her landmark book about the Boyle Heights’ Russian Molokans, The Pilgrims of Russian-Town, sociologist Pauline Young vividly described her observation of the Flats: The atmosphere in the Flats is heavy.
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sociology. Park was a pioneer in the field of sociology, changing it from a passive philosophical discipline to an active discipline rooted in the study of human : FebruHarveyville. Since the days of early Russian traders in the mids, the Russian Orthodox church has had a place in the history of rural Alaska.
"A Legacy of Faith" looks at the beliefs, traditions, and. Chart of Table II data in Young, Pilgrims of Russian Town (), pagefrom: Crime and Immigrant Youth, by Dr. Tony Waters, Department of Sociology and Social Work, California State University, Chico, (Sage, ) page A similar study of a two year period between Novem and Octo showed that 49 Prygun Molokan girls .into Boyle Heights Flats, and Russian Town was born in an area that historian Ricardo Romo described as "a congested but pleasant community near downtown that had earlier been settled largely by Asian immigrants and then by Mexicans."8 Bywhen Young's Pilgrims of Russian Town was published, Russian Town was a firmly established community.This banner text can have markup.
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