The first Doukhobors reached Canada in 1898 and their leader followed in 1902. George Woodcock describes how fanatical sects later arose in their New World settlements.
Volume 27 Issue 4 April 1977
Victory over the tribesmen on the North-west frontier of British India, writes James Lunt, is still commemorated by Sikh regiments.
William Gardener describes how silks, tobacco and tea from China were exchanged across the deserts northwest of Peking for furs, cloth and leather from Asiatic Russia.
In the late eighteenth century, writes Ray Swick, Americans began to settle in huge aromatic forests across the Appalachians.
R.B. Fountain introduces an influential French artist of wild animals and the chase.
Elka Schrijver documents the productions and popularity of these 18th-century engravings and prints.
Michael E. Martin recounts how Normans from Italy invaded the Byzantine Empire and Robert Guiscard sought to inherit the Imperial Crown.