The state and perspectives of development of the domestic shipbuilding in the north in the first half of the 19th century through the eyes of provincial officials (data of the State archive of the Arkhangelsk region)

Автор: Zadorin Maksim Yu., Mitko Arseniy V., Razinkova Ekaterina O., Ramseier Nicolas Francois Lucas

Журнал: Арктика и Север @arcticandnorth

Рубрика: Социально-экономическое развитие

Статья в выпуске: 34, 2019 года.

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Based on the data from the State Archive of the Arkhangelsk Region, the article assesses the status of merchant and folk Pomor shipbuilding in the North in the XIXth century. The key method of the research is the induction method, which is actively used in the historical school of economics, which set as its goal, including the analysis of specific economic situations in a state at a certain stage of its historical de-velopment. During the process of research the analysis has being made of the certain cases and documents of the Arkhangelsk Society for the Study of the Russian North, as well as historical reviews of the Arkhangelsk Governorate Statistical Committee. The conclusion was made overall about the negative perception of regional authorities of the level of development of commodity turnover in the Empire, the absence of high-quality “logistics,” bureaucratic red tape, legal barriers to support shipbuilders, as well as technological advantages of foreign fishing vessels. A constructive reform of the regional authorities in the second half of the 19th century meant the plan for the development of road infrastructure between Arkhangelsk and the town of Povenets in the Olonets Province (Governorate), the development of skipper courses, the creation of a typical improved model of a karbas and a cargo schooner for training future shipbuilders, skippers.

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Russian arctic, far north, arkhangelsk province, island spaces, historical geography, political geography, borderlands, shipbuilding

Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/148310619

IDR: 148310619   |   DOI: 10.17238/issn2221-2698.2019.34.5

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