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Kurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡ (Russia)

LC control no.n 87883595
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingKurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡ (Russia)
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Geographic subdivision usageRussia (Federation)--Kurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡
Variant(s)Courland (Russia : Province)
Courland Governorate (Russia)
Governorate of Kurland (Russia)
Gouvernement Kurland (Russia)
Kurland (Russia : Province)
Kurländisches Gouvernement (Russia)
Kurzemes gubern̦a (Russia)
Province of Courland (Russia)
Курля́ндская губерния (Russia)
See alsoBaltic Provinces (Russia)
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Courland (Duchy)
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Beginning date1795-12-08
Ending date1918
Special noteNon-Latin reference not evaluated
Found inĖnt︠s︡ikl. slovarʹ, 1890-1904: v. 17, p. 82-89 (Kurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡; incorporated into the Russian Empire in 1795, one of three provinces that make up the Pribaltīĭskīĭ kraĭ) v. 25, p. 110-117 (after 1876 considered an administrative unit equivalent to other gubernii of the empire)
Wikipedia, Feb. 3, 2010: Courland Governorate (also known as the Province of Courland, Governorate of Kurland (Latvian: Kurzemes guberņa; Russian: Курля́ндская губерния), Kurländisches Gouvernement; one of the Baltic provinces or governorates of the Russian Empire; created in 1795 out of the territory of the Duchy of Courland and Semigallia; now part of the Republic of Latvia)
Wikipedia, German version, Feb. 3, 2010: Gouvernement Kurland (the southernmost of the three Russian Baltic provinces; the province included both Kurland (Kurzeme) and Semgallen (Zemgale))
Bolʹshai︠a︡ rossiĭskai︠a︡ ėnt︠s︡iklopedii︠a︡, via WWW, viewed June 11, 2020: Kurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernii︠a︡ page (formed (8.12) 1795 by a decree from Catherine II; in 1918, the Kurli︠a︡ndskai︠a︡ gubernii︠a︡ became incorporated into the Baltic Duchy)
Not found inLC data base, 7-22-87 (hdg.: Courland (Duchy))