--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
, "Antoni Kazimierski"
Can you point me to A Guryanov's labour camp list?
> Like several other camps Rieczka (camp no 114 in A. Guryanov's
list) was one of a small cluster of camps along the river N.Dvina
near a very old (1700th)Russian small town of Czerevkovo. Actually it
was on a bank of a tributory to Dvina.It was a taiga camp which
housed at the time of deportations 456 persons; interesting thing was
that practically all came from Lwow-Rowno area. There was just one
family of seven people - Zawiski (as entered in records) who came
from Wilno area. It was similar to another camp near by called
Rieczuszka (note the similarity of names) where also most of 410 camp
members were from Lwow - Rowne area, but for a family (4 persons) of
Chochlun and family (7 persons) of Pietroszak who were from Wilno. It
seems that the extra families arrived there at later times.
> Today there is no evidence or remnants of these camps and the most
interesting place to see is Czerevkovo on the banks of river N.Dvina.
It is a tourist attraction because of its R.Orthodox church/chapel.
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