Correspondence shows itself to be a useful source of factual historical information concerning direct ties between Belarusians and First Nations groups. Thus, on the basis of publications and correspondence in the author’s archives we find the following: 1) Revived research from history of various moments of contacts. 2) Detailing one of the most unique cases of Belarusians’ intention to make known biographical information concerning thousands of individuals tied with the history of Russians in America (which was one result of correspondence by historian A. Gryniov who sought to gather information about contacts between Belarusians and aboriginals in Alaska and California). 3) The author presents examples of traditional and electronic correspondence between individuals living in Belarus, Russia, Poland, USA and Canada. Included in this list is correspondence of the following individuals: L. Arabey, A. Artsiukhovich, P. Baiko, Ya. Bryl, I. Varabei, R. Hauronski, E. Hutkin, K. Vazurek, V. Rais, A. Silvashka, M. Tank, T. Yuzenchyk.
Ales Simakou: Meetings Between Belarusians and Individuals from First Nations Groups According to Unpublished Materials of Correspondence (webzine “Kultura. Natsyja”, issue 28, November 2021, 261-289, www.sakavik.net)
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