Nevon

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Nevon - village on the shore Hangars at the confluence of the river Nevonki.


Title

The origin of the name is associated with the shape of the mountain at the foot of which the village is located. "Nevon" in the Tunguska - pork head.[1]

History

The village of Nevon appeared near the Evenk camp.

The founding of Nevon, or as they used to say, “Nevonskogo”, “near Nevon-kamnya”, along with other Angara villages located near the mouth of the Ilim: Chernovo, Keul, Tushama, Badarma, Banshchikovo, can be considered 1670-1680s . Then, by order of the Ilimsk voevody, suitable places for cultivation and their settlement were searched in these places. The first documented mention of Nevon refers to 1687, when it contained only three huts. The founder of the village was Ivan Sizoy, who settled in the mouth of the Nevonka with his big family - his wife and sons Nikifir, Ivan, Andrey, Gavrila and Peter. Soon, Grigory Anuchin and Ivan Antipin also settled here, who married Tungus women.

- Mosaic of the Irkutsk Province[2]

The chosen place turned out to be successful for management: the mountain protected from cold winds, the elani (forest glades) made it possible to lay down arable land at the lowest cost, there were meadows on the islands and the mouth of Nevonka, and there was plenty of fish in the Angara. The advantage of the position and the vastness of the free land space subsequently predetermined the transformation of Nevon into one of the largest settlements of the Karapchansky volost. However, the more active development of the village was restrained by the distance from the highways. Advancement in the southern and eastern directions was extremely difficult: it was necessary to go against the current of the Angara, overcoming numerous thresholds in its middle course.

- Mosaic of the Irkutsk Province[3]

After the revolution, in the mid-20s, a commune was organized in Nevon, which was later transformed into a joint tillage company, and then into the Angara State Farm.[4]

Dynamics of population growth in the village of Nevon at the end of the XVIII - beginning of the XX centuries[5]

Year Yards number Number of souls
husband. female auditing Total
1791 - 49
1845 17 69 96 - 165
1852 17 83 82 - 165
1877 29 129 120 - 249
1885 37 155 153 - 308
1901 - 163 163 - 326
1905 56 202 186 - 388
1910 51 195 181 - 376
1914 54 216 217 - 433

Nevon residents are preparing to move houses from the flood zone

The project of construction of the Boguchanskaya HPP was discussed on April 18 at the village gathering by residents of the village of Nevon, Ust-Ilimsk District, and local authorities. The construction of the station will entail large-scale changes not only in the economy, but also in ecology. The fact is that after the launch of the hydropower plant, the village of Nevon will be in the zone of flooding. The water of the Boguchansky reservoir will approach the settlement in 2011. In Nevona, you will have to move your houses to residents of Zarechnaya, Zverev, Transportnaya and Beregovaya streets.[6]

Notes

  1. Mosaic of the Irkutsk province. Ancient villages of Priangarie: essays of history and life XVIII - beginning. XX centuries. Sat articles / Comp. A.N. Gerashchenko. - Irkutsk: NPF Zemlya Irkutskaya LLC, Publishing House Ottisk, 2007, - 432 p. silt p. 326.
  2. Mosaic of the Irkutsk province. Ancient villages of Priangarie: essays of history and life XVIII - beginning. XX centuries. Sat articles / Comp. A.N. Gerashchenko. - Irkutsk: NPF Zemlya Irkutskaya LLC, Publishing House Ottisk, 2007, - 432 p. silt p. 326.
  3. Mosaic of the Irkutsk province. Ancient villages of Priangarie: essays of history and life XVIII - beginning. XX centuries. Sat articles / Comp. A.N. Gerashchenko. - Irkutsk: NPF Zemlya Irkutskaya LLC, Publishing House Ottisk, 2007, - 432 p. silt p. 327.
  4. Ust-Ilimsky district
  5. Mosaic of the Irkutsk province. Ancient villages of Priangarie: essays of history and life XVIII - beginning. XX centuries. Sat articles / Comp. A.N. Gerashchenko. - Irkutsk: NPF Zemlya Irkutskaya LLC, Publishing House Ottisk, 2007, - 432 p. silt p. 333.
  6. Nevon residents are preparing to move houses from the flood zone