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Books about Dolgan:
Dolgans : Les derniers nomades des glaces
DOLGANS: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Russian History by JOHANNA GRANVILLE (2004)
DOLGAN RELIGION: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Religion by Boris Chichlo (2005)
A Study of Dolgan by Yong-Song Li (Jun 30, 2011)
Fol'klor Dolgan by N.A. Alekseev E.I. Ubriatova (2000)
OpÃ©ration Mammouth chez les Dolgans de SibÃ©rie (French Edition) by FranÃ§ois Vincent
Skazanie o prostore: Skazki narodov Buriatii, Gornogo Altaia, Kalmykii, Tuvy, Khakasii, IAkutii i malykh narodov... by multiple authors and 1 (1988)
Wiki information Dolgan:
The Dolgan language is a Turkic language with around 1,000 speakers, spoken in the Taymyr Peninsula in Russia. Its speakers are known as the Dolgans.
Dolgans are a Turkic people, who mostly inhabit Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. The 2002 Census counted 7,261 Dolgans. This number includes 5,517 in former Taymyr Autonomous Okrug. There are 26 Dolgans in Ukraine, four of whom speak Dolgan. Dolgans speak...