LINKS TO WEBSITES & RESOURCES
The website of the official bilingual journal of the USCC.
USCC Cultural Interpretive Society
A new website with information about the programs and activities of this Castlegar-based non-profit society. The CIS is primarily interested in documenting, and explaining the various techniques and materials used in traditional Doukhobor weaving, quilting and needlecraft, the products of its many workshops and activities being donated to charity. This website is profusely illustrated with many excellent photos and web galleries.
Doukhobor Song Library
Explore the Doukhobor Song Library. Then select an audio track and listen to the pulse of the Doukhobor soul. Experience the sound of the spiritual psalms and light-hearted folksongs contained in this ever-expanding online audio resource.
General Websites with Doukhobor Content
Doukhobor Genealogy Website
An excellent genealogical web page designed and maintained by Jonathan Kalmakoff, with many historical articles.
Vancouver Island Doukhobor Community Association
A non-profit organization inspired by members of the Victoria Doukhobor Choir to reach out to other West Coast residents of Doukhobor extraction in order to build a strong cultural community.
The Doukhobor Discovery Centre
This enjoyable and unique museum is nestled in a beautiful historic setting on the banks of the Columbia River on traditional Doukhobor orchard land near the original settlement of 1908. Here, you can learn about the origin of the Doukhobor people.
Slavic Research Group (University of Ottawa) Homepage
John Woodsworth and Andrew Donskov of the University of Ottawa, have put together this informative page detailing the work of the Slavic Research Group.
Molokans Around the World
The Molokans are a Spiritual Christian Russian sectarian group historically connected with Doukhobors. Find information about Spiritual Christians by country, including Doukhobors. Much is shown in Russian and English. Maintained by Andrei Conovaloff, Arizona USA.
The Doukhobor Dugout House
Found on the homestead of the Cheveldayoff family near Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada, on a bend of the North Saskatchewan River where one party of Doukhobors first settled upon immigrating to Canada.
Personal Websites with Doukhobor Content
The Spirit Wrestlers
A personal website hosted by Doukhobor author Koozma J. Tarasoff with a bibliography and preview of his published works, current Doukhobor news and a selection of informative articles and other resources..
by John Kalmakov
Web site featuring the personal work of Doukhobor artist John Kalmakov, illustrating the history and culture of the Canadian Doukhobors.
Other Non-Doukhobor Links and Resources
Free the Children
World Watch Institute
Centre for Social Justice
School of Americas Watch
David Suzuki Foundation
The Christian Science Monitor
Independent Media Centre
Council of Canadians