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1 Buryats 406 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
2 Yakuts 373 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
3 Chukchi people 367 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
4 Yupik 354 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
5 Evenks 304 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
6 Nivkh people 283 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
7 Nenets people 273 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
8 Nanai 265 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
9 Indigenous peoples of Siberia 259 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
10 Tuvans 250 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
11 Mansi 189 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
12 Khanty people 177 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
13 Koryaks 167 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
14 Ket people 139 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
15 Khakas people 125 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
16 Evens 116 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
17 Yukaghir 105 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
18 Orok people 105 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
19 Siberian Tatars 77 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
20 Dolgans 77 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
21 Nganasan people 76 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
22 Oroch people 73 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
23 Enets people 65 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
24 Uriankhai 61 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
25 Ulch people 60 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
26 Tofalar 59 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
27 Telengit 56 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
28 Udege people 53 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
29 Itelmens 50 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
30 Selkup people 44 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
31 Chulyms 42 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
32 Teleuts 38 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
33 Barga Mongols 38 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
34 Negidals 34 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
35 Shors 32 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
36 Alyutors 28 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
37 Kereks 27 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
38 Kumandins 27 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
39 Chukotko-Kamchatkan peoples 24 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
40 Chuvans 23 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
41 Soyot 23 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
42 Yugh people 16 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
43 Khodynt 13 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
44 Chelkans 7 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
45 Tubalar 6 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
46 Indigenous peoples of Russia less than 5 views
47 Extinct indigenous peoples of Russia less than 5 views
48 Larger indigenous peoples of Russia less than 5 views

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This regional sub-category is intended for articles on particular indigenous peoples of this (sub-)region, and related topics.

See the discussion on the parent category talk page at Category talk:indigenous peoples for suggested criteria to be used in determining whether or not any particular group should be placed in this sub-category.

The term indigenous peoples used here has a particular, modern analytical sense. As such, not every ethnic grouping of this region will warrant inclusion here. Reference sources should be cited, particularly if the identification as indigenous may be controversial or contested.


This (sub-)region includes the territories as outlined in the Wikipedia geographical article, North Asia, typically consisting of:

  • the lands of eastern and northern Siberia.


Note that some particular group may be eligible for inclusion in more than one regional sub-category, either because the regional boundaries overlap, or the group is distributed across more than one region. A given group should be placed in its appropriate regional sub-category(ies), and optionally perhaps also its main regional category, rather than the overall parent category indigenous peoples.

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This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

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