Gaisa Enikeev

Gaisa Khamidullovich Enikeev (variant of the name — Aisa, surname — Enikiev; Russian: Гайса Хамидуллович Еникеев; July 2, 1864, Orenburg Governorate — March 1931, Ufa) was a teacher, ethnographer, and deputy of the State Duma in its third and fourth convocations from the Kazan and Orenburg Governorates from 1907 to 1917. He paid special attention to the protection of the interests of the Muslim population of Russian Empire. Prior to his election to the Duma, he served as the director of a cloth factory in Simbirsk Governorate and the chief administrator of the charitable and educational institutions of Kazan. He was a member of the Provisional Committee of the State Duma in the period of the February Revolution and the organizer of the First All-Russian Muslim Congress in May 1917. During the Soviet era, he was a member of the board of the Vyatka Commissariat of Education and an inspector of Bashselkhozkredit; became also known as a professional connoisseur of Tatar and Bashkir folklore.

Gaisa Enikeev
Russian: Гайса Еникеев
Гайса Хамидуллович Еникеев (Еникиев, 1864-1931) в 1910.png
1910
Deputy of the Third Imperial Duma
In office
1 November 1907 – 9 June 1912
MonarchNicholas II
Personal details
Born
Gaisa Khamidullovich Enikeev

(1864-07-02)2 July 1864
Orenburg Governorate, Russian Empire
Died(1931-03-00)March 1931
Ufa, Russian Empire
NationalityRussian
Political partyConstitutional Democratic Party

LiteratureEdit

  • Еникеев Гайса Хамидуллович (in Russian) // Государственная дума Российской империи: 1906—1917 / Б. Ю. Иванов, А. А. Комзолова, И. С. Ряховская. — Москва: РОССПЭН, 2008. — P. 184—185. — 735 p. — ISBN 978-5-8243-1031-3.
  • Члены Государственной думы: (портреты и биографии): Четвертый созыв, 1912—1917 г. / сост. М. М. Боиович. — Москва: Тип. Т-ва И. Д. Сытина, 1913. — P. 208. — LXIV, 454, [2] p. (in Russian)
  • Ихтисамов Х. С., Ямаева Л. А. Еникеев Гайса Хамидуллович (in Russian) // Башкирская энциклопедия. — Уфа: ГАУН «Башкирская энциклопедия», 2013. — ISBN 978-5-88185-306-8.