Macedonians noted on a ethnographic map of Jugo-Slavia, 1922!

Macedonia to be found on a map by Leopold Kohr, 1957!

NY Times, native Macedonians to be found in Macedonia, 1919!

Interview with Boris Sarafov about Macedonia, 1902!

Macedonian Culture by Krste Misirkov, 1924!

The self-determination of the Macedonians by Misirkov, 1925!

Macedonian Nationalism by Misirkov, 1925!

Protest from the Macedonians of the IMRO to the Paris Peace Conference, 1919!

To the Governments and the Public of the Allied Balkans States, 1913!

A letter to a Macedonian warlord, 1906!

Macedonians suspects that Bulgarians and Serbs will divide them, 1905!

The Macedonian Question 1914-1992 by the CIA, 1992!

The Macedonian Question 1908-1913 a map by the CIA, 1992!

Macedonian immigration in Russia 1763-1765!

Macedonians noted in the book “The Land Of The Black Mountain”, 1903!

Macedonian Appeal To Paris, 1919-08-16!

Youtube video of the documents posted on Makedonika: The Macedonian Blog!

Macedonians acknowledged in a Greek census from 1920!

The Macedonians show patriotism for country, 1913!

Macedonian Port Threatened, New York Times, 1912!

A letter from Vasilije Petrovic to Count Shuvalov, Macedonians seek protection, 1754!

Contestations over Macedonian identity, 1870–1912!

Macedonians in the Russian Empire, 18th century!

The first school district to teach in Macedonian, Kostur, 1892!

The Cry From Macedonia, 1903!

Macedonians mentioned as fugitives in Austria 1765!

Mr. Gladstone and The Balkan Confederation, Macedonia for the Macedonians!

The Macedonian can be called neither Bulgarian nor Serb, but simply Macedonian!


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