In the Nenets AO reprinted in the electronic version of the first primer Nenets

In the Nenets Autonomous District reprinted in the electronic version of the first primer Nenets "Edey vada" / "New Word" / as amended by the famous linguist and ethnographer George Prokofiev.

The new edition of the first primer, which this year marks 80 years, located on disks with a cover — an exact copy of the printed edition rarity, miraculously preserved in the district library. The idea to extend the life of the first Nenets ABC book and familiarize with its contents wide readership belongs to the head of family and clan "Vyngi Wade," the chairman of the District Council of Elders Angelina Ardeeva. Funding was provided from the regional budget under the grant for the implementation of social projects.

Chairman of the Assembly of Deputies of the autonomous region Sergey Kotkin said ABC’s outstanding achievements in the creation and development of the Nenets written language. Graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Geographic Prokofiev worked Bolshezemelskaya tundra Kultbaza head of the Committee of the North in Hoseda Hardy. He came to the conclusion that the local dialect Nenets language "was, without a doubt, the most typical for the entire nation as a whole." In 1932, based on the dialect Bolshezemelsky Prokofiev created Nenets ABC "Edey vada" on Latin graphics, which a few years later was transferred to the Cyrillic alphabet. Primer was printed on gray paper, and drew illustrations for his own Prokofiev. Many of the pictures in the book are strictly graphically and childishly simple.

The head of the international and inter-regional relations, Information and Communications County Olga Malygina, public authorities of the region is given special attention to the conservation and development of the native language of the Nenets, indigenous culture and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the North. At the regional level adopted in the first reading of the law of their own language, on the basis of the Nenets, a special edition of the national television and radio broadcasting, is a great support of family and tribal communities, including their initiatives to develop and maintain a traditional way of life tundra.

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