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Submitted by David Mark Strausfeld

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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 11/26/2014 3:41 PM
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This is the third page of a description of the town of Narajow.

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11/30/2014 3:31 PM HI,

In the text for Narajow from the Polish Geographical Dictionary there is no information on the topic that you have requested.

You may review data for Narayiv located in Roman Zakharii site at:

http://www.personal.ceu.hu/students/97/Roman_Zakharii/narayiv.htm

POPULATION AND ETHNIC COMPOSITION:

NARAYIV MISTO (town):

In the year 1900, Narayiv Town had 2851 inhabitants. Among those were:
1451 Ukrainians/Ruthenians (Greek Catholics), 458 Poles (Roman Catholic
faith), 928 Jews and 14 others.

39 years later, in 1939, Narayiv Town population numbered already 3910
inhabitants. Among them 1980 Ukrainians (Greek-Catholics), 520 Poles
(Roman Catholic faith), 330 Roman Catholics (Ukrainians/Poles), 30 Polish
colonizers newcomers and 780 Jews.

NARAYIV SELO (village):

1900: 1139 inhabitants. Among them: 856 Ukrainians, 205 Poles and 78 Jews;
1939: 1740 inhabitants. Among them: 1160 Ukrainians, 25 Poles, 330 Roman
Catholics (Ukrainians/Poles), 200 Polish colonizers newcomers and 25 Jews.

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