from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A plot of land in present-day northern Oklahoma. Purchased from the Cherokee Nation by the United States in 1891, it was opened to settlement in 1893.


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  • Its western flank constitutes a contact zone with the Srubnaya culture in the Volga-Ural interfluvial and extending eastward to the Minusinsk depression Fig.

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  • The Tatars of Volga-Ural accepted Islam in the middle age.

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  • Tatars and Bashkhirs of Volga-Ural region and most of the population of North Caucasus of Russian federation were Muslims.

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  • Percentagewise, the largest Muslim populations are in the Volga-Ural region, Bashkorstan, Tatarstan, the North Caucasus and the Karelian Republic.

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  • The majority of Muslims live in the Volga-Ural region and the North Caucasus, although Moscow, St. Petersburg, and parts of Siberia also have sizable Muslim populations.

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  • Forecasting the numbers of the flea Xenopsylla conformis in the Volga-Ural sands


  • People of Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan of Central Asia, Tataria and Bashkhiria of Volga-Ural, and Azerbeizan of South Caucasus mountains are Turkish speaking.

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  • Over five million people died in the ensuing Povolzhye famine, centered mainly in the Volga-Ural region, of 1921 “ 1922.

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  • Kipchak West Kipchak Kumyk Karachay-Balkar Crimean Tatar, Urum Krymchak Cuman Karaim North Kipchak (Volga-Ural) Kazan Tatar Mishar Bashkir West Siberian Tatar South Kipchak - Photown News


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