The reports of the provincial governors of the Russian Empire in the nineteenth century,
dispatched annually to the Ministry of the Interior and ultimately to the Tsar himself, are a
fundamental source for research on all aspects of the history of Russia. From their inception in
1804 until their cessation during the revolution of 1917, these reports documented economic
changes, political events, and popular disturbances, as well as the actions of provincial
administration. In them, an unparalleled first-hand contemporary account of life and politics in
Tsarist Russia is preserved.
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