“The poor and disabled in early eighteenth-century Russian towns”

by Daniel H. Kaiser, from The Free Library website, click below to access:

The poor and disabled in early eighteenth-century Russian towns

This is an academic article, crafted to be informative rather than entertaining. There are no stories from the lives of specific people with disabilities.

But it is an informative window into how “the poor and disabled” were treated in Russia in the time of Peter the Great.

This article was written by Daniel H. Kaiser and was originally published in the Journal of Social History on September 22, 1998.

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