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A note on maps by Mel Camisarow

From Encyclopedia Judaica: Jewish farmers Ukraine-1936


Ukrainian stetlach are hard to find on any modern map. I have found
Grafskoy, pop = 300, my father's birthplace in Ekaterinoslav Guberia, 50
miles from the Black Sea port of Mariupol, on the following small scale maps in the map library of the British Museum in London, England. This library has the following:

1) A series of British military maps of Ukraine, dated 1919, with a scale
of 1:420,000 (1 cm = 4.2 km), that according to their legends were copied
from Russian maps of 1914. These British maps use Roman characters for
the map features.

2) A series of German military maps of Ukraine, dated 1939, with a scale
of 1:300,000. These maps have map features in Cyrillic characters with
major towns also in Roman characters.

I have also seen a single map from the Library of Congress, Washington,
DC, that was a German military map of another region of Ukraine. This map
had a scale of 1:400,000 and was dated 1940 and had Roman characters for
map features. I presume that this map was one of a series of such maps. I
suggest contacting the Library of Congress for a map showing the shtetl
that you want. "

-Mel Comisarow

 

Appendix A: and AppendixA(1): Revision Lists for Grafskoy 1858 and translation

Appendix C: Agricultural Settlement Throughout Russia in 1856

Appendix D: Country of Origin of the Settlers

Appendix E(2): Settlement in Kherson and Yekaterinoslav at the end of 1885

Appendix F: The Colonies of Balta District in Podalia

Appendix G: Bessarabia Oblast Jewish settlements
Appendix H: A List of  nearby German Colonies and Ukrainian Towns

Appendix I: Chart by Mel Comisarow and Chaim Freedman

Appendix L: List of Jews who had moved to Ekaterinoslav Gub. at the expense of the state in 1847 and were registered in Elaterinoslav in 1848 (Fond 1-49, inventory 1, file 2779. pages 21-35)

Appendix M: Revision census list of the Jewish colony of Nadezhnaya, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 25 1858.

Appendix M2: Revision census list of the Jewish colony of Zelenoe Pole, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 25 1858.

AppendixM3: Revision census list of the Jewish colony of Trudoliubovka, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 25 1858.

Appendix O: RAGAS REPORT - Archival Sources for Jewish Colonists in the 19th Century

Appendix P:  Revision census list of the Jewish Community of Krasnoselka, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 26, 1858

Appendix Q: Revision census list of the Jewish Community of Roshnoshnoye, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 24, 1858

Appendix R: Revision census list of the Jewish Community of Novo Zlatopol, Alexandrov district, Ekaterinoslav province. Compiled on May 26, 1858

 

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