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Data about collectives of Krivorozhe okrug as of April 1, 1925

 

N

Name of the collective

Number of families

Number of individuals

Land area

Arable

Non-arable

Total

Those who received land by order of NKZ

1

“Niva” [“Field”] from Uman

17

121

 

 

262

2

“Poltavcy” [“People from Poltava city”]

24

85

182

3

“Tagancha” from Tagancha of Kiyev guberniya

50

198

498

4

“Zemtrud” [“Field Labor”] from Belilovka, Berdichev okrug

50

260

100, and 200 rented

Those who rent land

“Novy Put’ “ [“New Way”] from Alexandria

38

229

503

47

550

“Novaya Zaria” [“New Dawn”] from Alexandria

60

317

809

70

879

“Novaya Zhiznn’ ” [“New Life”] from Shpola

15

70

186

“Kalinovka” from Alexandria

24

158

390

[continuation of table above on right side:]

Horses

Oxen

Cows

Seeded

Plough for winter

Invested own money

Debt to various institutions

Debt to Joint

EK07 [I have no idea what it stands for]

winter

spring

40

80

6800 r

2

1

32

82

2250 r [rubel]

32

100

2

13

95

7800 r

19

27

120

30

1380 r

6300 r

5300 r

24

30

70

100

100

14000 r

23000 r

700 r

9

11

5

50 sunflower

3600 r

Data about Jewish Kolkhoz  of Ekaterinoslav guberniya as of May 1, 1925.

N

Name

Form

Number of members

Land area

When established

Where located

Comment

1

“Leninism”

cooperative

31

110

26.III.24

Hortica

Zaporozhe

2

“Name of Kamenev”

60

300

2.VII.24

Krasnoselka

3

“Energy”

147

488

2.VII.22

4

“Name of Shevchenko”

40

200

4.IX.24

Village Belogorye, Orekhovsky rayon

M.

5

“Nezamozhnik”

[“Poor Peasant”]

19

50

4.IX.24

Guliaipole, Priyutnoe

M.

6

“Budushchnost” [“Future”]

32

250

6.X.24

Hortica

M.

7

“Name of Karl Marx”

33

148

18.X.24

[unreadable]

8

“Krasny Pakhar N1”

[“Red Plowman N1”]

77

231

18.X.24

Guliaipole,

Novo-Zlatopol

P.

9

“Krasny Pakhar N2”

[“Red Plowman N2”]

27

68

5.VII.24

Guliaipole,

Gorkaya

M.

10

“Progress”

114

400

5.XII.24

Guliaipole,

Novo-Zlatopol

P.

11

“A.H.B.O” [Russian acronym, I don’t know what it stands for]

74

250

11.XII.24

Vozniesensky rayon, Kuprinov Village Soviet

M.

12

“Name of Petrovsky”

84

400

27.I.25

Hortica island

M.

13

“Zukunft”

[Yiddish, “Future”]

198

556

1.XII.24

Guliaipole,

Roskoshnaya

P.

14

“Tractor”

176

480

1.XII.24

Guliaipole,

Viesiolaya

P.

15

“Krasnaya Niva” [“Red Field”]

183

482

1.XII.24

Guliaipole, Priyutnoe

P.

[I do not know what Russian “P.” or “M.” in Comment column might stand for.]

Manager of Jewish section of Department of Minorities [place for signature]

True: [place for signature]

[Manuscript contains two more copies of this document.]

                                                                                                                                    Copy

To Agro-Joint                                                                                           

Data about Jewish Kolkhozes in Ekaterinoslav guberniya, Krivorozhe okrug as of May 1, 1925

N

Name of Kolkhoz

Form

Number of members

Land area

When established

Location

Coments

1

“Poltavcy” [“People from Poltava city”]

Cooperative

24

182

1.VII.24

N.-Zhitomir

Re-settlers

2

“Tagancha”

58

300

18.VI.24

3

“Niva”

19

100

15.IX.24

4

“Krasny Pahar” [“Red Plowman”]

32

138

1.X.24

N.-Vitebsk

5

“Vperiod” [“Onward”]

14

74

1.VII.24

6

“Pahar” [“Plowman”]

12

84

1.V.24

Izluchistoye

Locals

7

“Progress”

32

475

15.VII.23

Re-settlers

8

“Yanov”

13

87

1.X.22

Locals

9

“Trudovik” [“Man of Labor”]

4

42

1.III.22

10

“Novy Put’” [“New Way”]

22

130

1.VI.24

Elisavet Village Soviet of Mikhaylovsk rayon

Moved over

11

“Novaya Zarya” [“New Life”]

60

913

1.IX.24

12

“Zemtrud” [“Land Labor”]

-

-

1.X.24

13

“Kalinovka”

24

250

1.X.24

14

“Novaya Zhizn’” [“New Life”]

18

140

1.III.25

15

“Ziemlya Y Trud” [“Land and Labor”]

316

415

4.II.25

Railway station Bozhedarovka, Adamovsk rayon

16

“Zemledeletz” [“Farmer”]

19

240

1.X.23

Inguletz, Shirokovsk rayon

Re-settlers

17

“Nadezhda” [“Hope”]

25

300

1.V.25

Genichesk, Melitopol okrug

Moved over

18

“Tykvo”

[Hebrew “Hope”]

-

-

1.V.25

19

“Truzhenik” [“Working Man”]

-

-

1.V.25

Tokmak

20

“Trudkomuna” [“Working People Commune”]

name of Young Communist League (KOMSOMOL) of Romny

Commune

27

150

1.VI.24

Genichesk, Melitopol okrug

Re-settlers

21

“Erd Arbiter” [Yiddish “Land Worker”]

Cooperative

48

350

1.VII.24

Slavgorod

22

“Evtrud” [“Jewish Labor”]

60

-

1.V.24

Pavlograd

Locals

23

“Trudovaya Niva” [“Field of Labor”]

30

-

1.III.25

Ekaterinoslav

 

[ a line lost at the bottom of this page, probably, signature. Tree types of descriptions have been used in “Comments” column of the table above. “Locals” and “Re-settlers” are unambiguous, but the third one, translated as “Moved over”, means “a number of people, dispersed to settle down” . I have no idea, what might it mean. Manuscript contains two more copies of this document.]

 

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