Eniseisk

Eniseisk

 

a city in Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR; a landing on the left shore of the Enisei, below the confluence of the Angara and the Enisei, 40 km northwest of the Maklakovo rail-road station.

Eniseisk is connected with Krasnoiarsk by an automotive route (347 km). Population, 20,000 (1970). Eniseisk was founded in 1619 as the Eniseisk ostrog (fort). In 1676 it became the oblast center of Irkutsk Territory and of Transbaikalia; in 1719, the main city of Eniseisk Province; in 1804, the district center of Tomsk Province; and in 1822, the district center of Eniseisk Province. During the 17th and 18th centuries, as the commercial and administrative center of the Enisei Basin, Eniseisk played an important part in Russian development of Eastern Siberia. The city is part of the Eniseisk-Maklakovo lumber-industry complex (a large and growing region for mechanical and chemical processing of wood). Timber-processing and food industries are located in Eniseisk, as well as a wood-floating administrative office and a machinery plant. Cultural and educational facilities include a pedagogic institute, teachers’ training school, people’s theater,and museum of local history.

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The decree and 500 beard tokens were received in Eniseisk on 28 July 1705 (RGADA f.
Next he held the directorship of the Kytmanov Museum in Eniseisk in 1917.
According to some rumors, new huts built at the tsar's request were ready and waiting for settlers all across Siberia; lands near "Rekrutsk" (Irkutsk) were so fertile that local wheat grew "taller than a man's head;" and berries were so plentiful in Eniseisk that a bucket tied to the neck of a grazing cow would fill up all on its own.
Nicholas parish irt the Siberian diocese of Eniseisk wrote that "something irresistible pulled us to the icon; prayer before it comforted us, poured a courageous spirit into our sorrowful hearts .
Fourteen mission parishes were established in the northern part of Siberia, going out from the city of Eniseisk, and including people of Nenzy, Evenkia, and Yakutia.
In the realm of the ironic - Erdman's domain - Freedman wryly notes that when exiled to the Siberian town of Eniseisk in 1933, Erdman found himself lodged on Stalin Street, and that in 1951 he won the Stalin Prize for the filmscript of Courageous People.
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Tsybulenko was, it had emerged, an exile from Eniseisk province, who had illegally made the passage from Siberia back to European Russian and was, therefore, a fugitive from justice.
In 1876, Sidorov ordered the construction in the town of Eniseisk of a 90-foot oceangoing clipper, Northern Lights (Severnoe siianie), from Petr Andreev Boiling, the only shipbuilder capable of constructing such a vessel on the Enisei River.
He eventually settled in the Minusinsk region of Eniseisk province where he served as township scribe.
Ivan Rostislavovich Sokolovskii, Sluzhilye "inozemtsy" v Sibiri XVII veka (Tomsk, Eniseisk, Krasnoiarsk) ["Foreign" Servicemen in 17th-Century Siberia (Tomsk, Eniseisk, Krasnoiarsk)].