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Kharkiv .............................. Kherson .............................. Chernihi*’. .............................. TOTALS: .................................... 18SH 197 426 205 167 949 687 97 666 2a 3 ,3 9 4 1851 24 425 206 146 866 638 97 628 3,030 For clarity the number of landlords who owned serfs, with a division into groups according to the number of serfs owned, should be shown (in Table V ): this will be necessary to shed some light on conditions at the time of the reform of 1861.
If a landlord was in need of more labor, he was to pay for it according to schedule. The gardeners had to give 12 more days of labor per year in addition to the 12 gathering days and 24 guard days, and to pay for the land they were using for themselves according to schedule. Work in the manor, i. e. everyday labor on the estate of the landlord could only be performed by bobyly (landless peasants) and orphans, and for wages. An accounting of labor performed had to be entered into a book of every serf.
Russia, how ever, came to Ukraine possessing a/ much more backward sys tem of social order, a system of deep social cleavages and dark slavery. 25 Thus, the lesser degree of trampling of human rights was not the result of any privileged position of Ukraine. It furnishes only one more proof that the conquest of Ukraine by Russia constituted an act of extreme retrogression for the former. Of equal importance is the fact that the serf’s position was charac terized not only by the curtailment of his human rights.
Ukraine and Russia: A History of the Economic Relations Between Ukraine and Russia, 1654-1917 by Konstantyn Kononenko, Roman Smal-Stocki, Lev E. Dobriansky