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Documents in Russian History is an on-line repository of primary documents intended mainly for use in teaching.   All of the documents are either original translations or are, as far as we can determine, in the public domain.   Permission is granted to use the documents for non-commercial purpose under a Creative Commons license.  
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Documents in Russian History is an on-line repository of primary documents intended mainly for use in teaching. All of the documents are either original translations or are, as far as we can determine, in the public domain. Permission is granted to use the documents for non-commercial purpose under a Creative Commons license.  
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The site is set up as a Wiki to create opportunities for collaboration and interaction. Readers are encouraged to contribute questions, commentary and assignments relative to specific documents.   We also welcome contributions of new translated documents. If you could to contribute or have suggestions regarding the site's format or content please contact [mailto:knightna@shu.edu Dr. Nathaniel Knight].
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The site is set up as a Wiki to create opportunities for collaboration and interaction. Readers are encouraged to contribute questions, commentary and assignments relative to specific documents. We also welcome contributions of new translated documents. If you could to contribute or have suggestions regarding the site's format or content please contact [mailto:nathaniel.knight@shu.edu Dr. Nathaniel Knight].
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Latest revision as of 14:19, 11 November 2009

Documents in Russian History is an on-line repository of primary documents intended mainly for use in teaching. All of the documents are either original translations or are, as far as we can determine, in the public domain. Permission is granted to use the documents for non-commercial purpose under a Creative Commons license.

The site is set up as a Wiki to create opportunities for collaboration and interaction. Readers are encouraged to contribute questions, commentary and assignments relative to specific documents. We also welcome contributions of new translated documents. If you could to contribute or have suggestions regarding the site's format or content please contact Dr. Nathaniel Knight.