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East Asian Studies 210 Notes: The Yakut/Dolgan __ You will find history and a cultural look at two related peoples, the Yakut and the Dolgan. - From Edward J. Vajda - http://pandora.cii.wwu.edu/vajda/ea210/yakut.htm 


Sakha - Yakutia __ "As big as India and as empty and remote as Iceland. That could be a good summary of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)." This is by far the largest of the autonomous republics of the Russian Federation and the home of the Yakut. - From Bruno De Cordier - http://www.turkiye.net/sota/yakut.html 

Society-YAKUT __ An excellent overview of Yakut history and culture. - From EthnoAtlas - http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/EthnoAtlas/Hmar/Cult_dir/Culture.7883 



Yakut __ An encyclopedia article about Yakut. - From encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com - http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Yakut 

Yakut __ Profile of the Yakut people. - From NUPI - Centre for Russian Studies - http://www.nupi.no/cgi-win/Russland/etnisk_b.exe?Yakutian


Yakut language __ "Yakut or Sakha is a Turkic language with about 363,000 speakers in the Russian Federation, mainly in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and also in the Amur, Magadan, Sakhalin regions and the Taimyr and Evenki autonomous districts." - From omniglot.com - http://www.omniglot.com/writing/yakut.htm 

Yakut Shaman's Robe __ "The diorama seen here depicts a healing ceremony of the Yakut, of Eastern Siberia. This is not an imaginary re-creation but a faithful record of a ceremony held in the late nineteenth century..." Listen to sounds recorded by Waldemar Jochelson on wax cylinders, ca. 1903, during the Jesup North Pacific Expeditions. Download and listen to a Yakut shaman singing to summon spirits (.WAV format, 8mb). - Or, listen to a Yakut woman singing a Russian Wedding song. (.WAV format, 7mb). - illustrated - From American Museum of Natural History - http://tinyurl.com/48dat  



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