After the drifting of ice was over, the exiles were taken down the Mana River on rafts (accompanied by armed guards, of course), and then further on the Yenissey to Krasnoyarsk.
Later, in the summer, they started to transport the exiles from Krasnoyarsk, down the Yenissey to the north.
The name "Buriyad" is mentioned as one of the forest people for the first time in The Secret History of the Mongols (possibly 1240).
The Buryats lived along the Angara River and its tributaries at this time.
The ethnic structure mainly comprised Russians and Buryats.
Quivers were carried on a long belt across the right shoulder so as to protect the right side of the back and the right upper arm.The moral was clear: obey your parents and live a more proper and satisfying life.By the 1980s, however, the ideas of arranged marriage had, especially in China’s larger cities, gradually given way to individual choice.Deportations from Transbaikalia, namely from the Buryat-Mongolian Autonomous Republic, to our region already started in the summer of the year 1930, when they carried off exiles from the districts located on Lake Baikal to Agul (river or place? During this time they deported exiles from Volhynia and Podolia to the River Agul.The main streams of deportations from Transbaikalia to our region date back to the spring (March-April) and June 1931.Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world, clearest lake in the world and oldest lake in the world, at more than 25million years old.Baikal is home to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals, two thirds of which can be found nowhere else in the world.Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world with an average depth of 744.4 m and contains roughly 20 percent of the world’s surface fresh water.The body of water is also known as the “Baikal Sea” and the "Pearl of Siberia" as it curves for nearly 400miles through South Eastern Siberia.As one young woman noted: ‘They have only one child, they cannot reject you for ever’.In classic socialist China (1949–85) there was no true dating culture.