Map of the Jewish Agricultural Settlements in Regions of the Crimea and Azov Shore
Legend A Disyatins allocated in 1924 B Disyatins allocated in 1925 C Disyatins allocated in 1926 Jewish Agricultural Settlements 1 Ikar (Farmer) 2 Zorya (or Dorya)? 3 Akhdut (Unity) 4 Zemerov 5 Pobeda (Victory in Russian) 6 Zemliedieliyetz (worker of the land) 7 Rabotnik 8 Beit Lekhem 9 Khaklai (Agriculturalist) 10 Yetzira (Creation) 11 Mishmar (Guard) 12 Kadima (Forward) 13 Tel Khai (Hill of Living) 14 Ma'ayan (Spring) 15 Kherut (Freedom) State cities, towns and villages 16 Simfropol 17 Sevastopol 18 Yalta 19 Fedodosi (Feodosya) 20 Krech 21 Novodrossysk 22 Henicheshin (Henichesk) Seas 23 Black Sea 24 Azov Sea
Map of the Jewish Agricultural Settlements in Regions of Zaprozheze and Mariopol
Legend A Ruined settlements B Land distributed in 1926 C State settlements D Existing [Jewish] settlements Jewish Agricultural Settlements 1 Bogodarovka 2 Rozkoshnoye 3 Gorykaya 4 Priyutnaya 5 Veslaya 6 NovoZlatopol 7 Krasnoselka 8 Mezehritch 9 Nadeshnaya 10 Zelenopole 11 Nechayebka 12 Truddoliubovka 13 Proletarskia (formally Grafskaya) 14 Khlebodarovka 15 Zatitya (Zatishye) 16 Rovnopol Cities and Towns 17 Tsarakonstantinovka Bordering areas 18 Orokhova Region in Zaporozhe district 19 Pikrova Region in Zaporozhe district
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