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Regional Geography
Peoples of the World-8
'Herdsmen of the Siberian Steppes'
This is the first of three talks by Mr. Bosworth Goldman on People of Siberia, that vast stretch of country to the East of Russia associated in our minds with political exile.
Mr. Goldman knows this country well, and he will describe this afternoon the Kasak-Khirghiz of Central Asia. Look at your map and you will see Khirghiz Steppe running from left to right above the Caspian Sea and the Sea of Aral.
Here in a region of great mountains and dry plains, where the climate varies from intense heat in summer to bitter cold in winter, trade has changed the habits of the people. Mr. Goldman will say something about their lives-their flocks and encampments, where Elders are to be seen riding their bulls.


Unknown: Bosworth Goldman
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