Shoksha-languoid Kolkhoznikin' val'gij newspaper articles in pdf and proofread txt files for 16 issues.
The collection of .pdf copies comes from Kolxoz’nikin’ val’gij 1932 (7), 1933 (16). (https://fennougrica.kansalliskirjasto.fi/browse?value=fi %3DŠokša|en%3DShoksha|ru%3DШокшинский+язык|&type=language) (accessed 2017-09- 28)
The documents come in pairs with either .pdf or .txt endings, only the Shoksha texts have been proofread.
If you use this data set in an academic publication, I would be ever so grateful if you cited it as follows:
Olga Erina & Jack Rueter. (2018, February 5). Shoksha Kolkhoznikin' val'gij 1932--1933 (Version v1.0) https://zenodo.org/badge/120288368.svg
Šokša villages mentioned in Paasonen’s collections dating from (1901): Šokšoveĺe (E:Šokša), Sokav (E:Sak), Duńkveľe (E:Dudn), Širomasova (E:Šir)
Kolxoźńikiń vaĺgij (KV): 1933 four of which can also be attested from fieldwork by Heikki Paasonen three decades earlier, in 1901. settlements mentioned in KV for possible language form distinction work:
Berezniak Dudnikova Narovatova Poliarnyj Zveda Mel’set’evo Mokšanka Sakaevo Standrovo Šelubej Širomasovo Šokša