Act materials as a historical source about the functions and personnel of siberia local authorities in the 19th century [Актовые материалы как исторический источник о функциях и кадровом составе местных органов власти в Сибири XIX в.] | Научно-инновационный портал СФУ

Act materials as a historical source about the functions and personnel of siberia local authorities in the 19th century [Актовые материалы как исторический источник о функциях и кадровом составе местных органов власти в Сибири XIX в.]

Тип публикации: статья из журнала

Год издания: 2020

Идентификатор DOI: 10.13187/bg.2020.3.1124

Ключевые слова: act materials, civil servants, historical source, m. v. butashevich-petrashevsky, minusinsky district, notary, officials, russian empire, siberia, yenisei province

Аннотация: The article shows the experience of using assembly materials as historical sources on the history of Russia during the period of the empire. On the basis of the archival documents presented for the first time, the significance of traces and agreements of the population in the study of the issues of defining the functions and establishing the staff of local government bodies in Siberia in the 19th century was proved. The source of the work was previously unpublished wills, donation records, letters of attorney (letters of trust) of the residents of the Minusinsk district of the Yenisei province, drawn up in the Minusinsk district government and the Minusinsk district court, as well as formulary lists of local officials who certified and testified to such documents. By analyzing the act books of public places of different levels of government (Yenisei provincial government, Minusinsk district court, Minusinsk district government, Abakan volost government), the prevalence and proven mechanism for providing the population with such a service due to the absence of notarial structures in Siberia until 1897 were proved. The representativeness of act materials as sources for establishing the names of employees of local authorities is shown on the example of the will of a retired non-commissioned officer A. M. Kvashonkin (1839), the power of attorney of the Yekaterinburg merchant A.Ya. Kharitonov (1839) and a donation record of a well-known public figure, who was in exile in Siberia, M. V. Butashevich-Petrashevsky (1860). The subsequent application of data from the formal lists of officials made it possible to detail the facts of their biographies as representatives of the service class. All this made it possible to reconstruct the historical reality of the Russian Empire at the provincial level. Copyright © 2020 by Academic Publishing House Researcher s.r.o. The article shows the experience of using assembly materials as historical sources on the history of Russia during the period of the empire. On the basis of the archival documents presented for the first time, the significance of traces and agreements of the population in the study of the issues of defining the functions and establishing the staff of local government bodies in Siberia in the 19th century was proved. The source of the work was previously unpublished wills, donation records, letters of attorney (letters of trust) of the residents of the Minusinsk district of the Yenisei province, drawn up in the Minusinsk district government and the Minusinsk district court, as well as formulary lists of local officials who certified and testified to such documents. By analyzing the act books of public places of different levels of government (Yenisei provincial government, Minusinsk district court, Minusinsk district government, Abakan volost government), the prevalence and proven mechanism for providing the population with such a service due to the absence of notarial structures in Siberia until 1897 were proved. The representativeness of act materials as sources for establishing the names of employees of local authorities is shown on the example of the will of a retired noncommissioned officer A. M. Kvashonkin (1839), the power of attorney of the Yekaterinburg merchant A.Ya. Kharitonov (1839) and a donation record of a well-known public figure, who was in exile in Siberia, M. V. Butashevich-Petrashevsky (1860). The subsequent application of data from the formal lists of officials made it possible to detail the facts of their biographies as representatives of the service class. All this made it possible to reconstruct the historical reality of the Russian Empire at the provincial level.

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Издание

Журнал: Bylye Gody

Выпуск журнала: Vol. 57, Is. 3

Номера страниц: 1124-1131

ISSN журнала: 20739745

Издатель: International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research

Авторы

  • Karchaeva T.G. (Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation)
  • Kovalev A.S. (Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University named after V.P, Astafieva, Russian Federation)
  • Novosel'tsev N.R. (Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation)
  • Yatsenko M.P. (Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation)

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