Izbor vesti o Istri v slovenskem časopisju do leta 1880Branko Marušič
, 2007, review article
Abstract: Being one of the Austrian provinces comprising Slovenes, Istria and all its varied economic and social problems also made the Slovene press, which established itself as a constant companion of the Slovene public life in 1843 with Kmetijske in rokodelske novice (The Farming and Crafts News). A few new Slovene newspapers emerged in the year 1848, with even more appearing after the introduction of parliamentarism in the Austrian monarchy. The papers were published in Ljubljana as well as other Slovene centres of the time (Klagenfurt, Gorizia, Maribor, Trieste). The newspapers most of all published correspondence from Istria, as well as articles and stories on Istrian topics. The correspondents were Slovene priests serving in Istrian dioceses, teachers, clerks and other Slovenes and Croatians. The author of the present paper copied out the material on events in the Austrian Littoral from Slovene newspapers dating from the period preceding 1880. Since Istria and several of the Kvarner islands were part of this administrative unit, the author also copied out the published material dealing with this Austrian province directly or indirectly. The paper is a selection of such extracts, presenting with abstracts, citations or mere bibliographic data the news items and articles reporting on the general situation in Istria, its economy, education,church, municipalities, the administration of the province, the Slovene national movement (reading societies, mass meetings), Koper, and the relationships between the Italians and the Slavs in Istria.
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Keywords: Istra, krajevna zgodovina, slovenski časopisi, duhovniki, učitelji, Italijani
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