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Cotton. In the foreground cotton is light colored and rows are visible - alkaline soil. Further back the soil is better

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Good cotton, however blank areas due to alkaline soil are visible in the central part. Nikolayevka

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Alkaline soil. Thin and poor cotton. In the distance cotton withers and vanishes

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Good cotton on the left. No cotton on the right. Both sides are fertilized but the soil quality alternates annually, last year the harvest was the other way round.

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The village of Nikolayevka. In the settler's garden. Pomegranates

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Cotton in bloom. White - on the first day, red - on the second day

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Courtyard of a settler. Ovens for preparing food in the courtyard

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Cotton

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Georgian woman in national costume

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Cotton field ruined by locusts. The village of Grafovka

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Settler's family. The village of Grafovka

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Cottage of a settler from the Kharkov Province. The village of Grafovka

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The Kura River, the boundary between the Muganskaya and Shirvanskaya steppes. The former is on the left. The right bank belongs to Korochal's Estate.

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The settlement of Petropavlovskoye. A street (77 houses)

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The settlement of Petropavlovskoye. Cotton factory of Wogau under construction.

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Hotel in the settlement of Petropavlovskoye

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Church in the settlement of Petropavlovskoye

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General view of the settlement of Petropavlovskoye (and the Kura River from the northwest)

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Cotton factory owned by Samedov. Petropavlovskoye

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General view of the Kura River and the settlement of Petropavlovskoye


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Color registration was done from the scanned high resolution files available from the Library of Congress server (16 bit black and white tiff files, approximately 70 Mb each, image width and height about 3800 by 9500 pixels.) The resulting color files: 48 bit tiff files, approximately 70 Mb each, image width and height 3800 x 3200 pixels. No image editing was applied to registered images (in particular, there was no color correction and no removal of any image defects). 

 

 

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