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Region specified All groups Orthodox Slavs (Shtokavian) Sunni Slavs (Shtokavian) Sunni Gorani Orthodox Slavs (Bulg-Mac) Sunni Slavs (Bulg-Mac) Orthodox Roma Sunni Roma Catholic Albanians Sunni Albanians Other "Alevjan" Albanians Bektashi Albanians Orthodox Albanians Orthodox Greeks Orthodox Vlachs Jews; Armenians
General [1] [2][3] [2][4][3] [5] [6][7][8] [7][8] - [9][10] [11] [11][12] [13][14][15] [14] [16][17][1] [17][18] [19][20][17][21] Jews[22] Armenians[23]
The North, in General - - - - - - - - [24][25][1] [24][25][12][1] [15] [14][26] [1] - - -
The South, in General [16] [27] - - - [28] - - - - [12] [15] [14] [29][18][28] [28][29] [29][28][19][20][21] -
Sarande region including Saranda, Lukova, N Chameria (Konispoli) and Vurgu [30][27][31] - - - - - - - - [30][27][31] - - [30][27][31] [30][27][31] [30][31][32][27]
Himare region [33][34] - - - - - - - - [33][27] - - [33][27] [33][27] - -
Delvina, Finiq, etc [35] - - - - - - - - [35][27] - - [35][27] [35][27] [35][27][32][19][20] -
Dropull and Pogon [36] - - - - - - - - - - - [36][27] [36][27] [36][27] -
Greater Lunxheria (incl Antigone, Odrie), Zagoria [37][38][39] - - - - - - - - [39] [39] [39] [39][38][40] - [39][38] -
Gjirokaster, Libohova, Lazarat, Picari, Cepoja etc [41] - - - - - - - - [41] [15] [14] [41] [41] [41][19][20] -
Carcove commune - - - - - - - - - - - [14] [16] [42] [19][20] -
Elbasan County (some more specific) [43] - - - - - - - [43] [43][38] - [43] [43][38] - [43][38] [19][20][44][21] -
Korca County [17] - - - [45][6] - [46] [46][47] - [12][48] [15][48] [14] [17][48][47] [17] [17] [19][20][47][21] -
Vlora, Kurveleshi, Tepelena, Mallakastra, Selenica [17][16] - - - - - - - - [17][16] [15] [14] [17][16] [49] [32][19][20][50] -
Myzeqeja [17][16] - [3] - - - - [9] - [12][17][16] [15] - [17][16] - [19][20][51][52] -
Kolonja, Dangellia, Dishnica, Skrapari, Plasniku, Berati [17][16] - - - - - - - - [12] [15] [14][53] [17][16] [54][17][16][27] [55][54][17][16][19][27][20] -
Golloborda other border regions [56][57] - - - [8][57][56] [8][57][56] - - - [57] [15] - - - - -
Gora - - - [5] - - - - - - - - - - - -
Vraka - [2][3] [2][3] - - - - - - - - - - - - -


Census 1918 : Gruber, Siegried. Regional variation in marriage patterns in Albania at the beginning of the 20th century. Part of larger project in Austria. (shume ketu: http://www-gewi.uni-graz.at/seiner/bibliography.html ) Original maps -- http://www-gewi.uni-graz.at/seiner/density.html

Rrethi Elbasani:

  • Çarçani, Leonard dhe Shahu, Ajet. "BESIMET FETARE NE PREFEKTUREN E ELBASANIT 1920-1939PUNIM MIKROTEZE". Tirane 2007
     * Shpat -- Orto majority; Sulova -- overwhelmingly Muslim (mostly Sunni?); Kerraba -- same as Sulova; Elbasani : 78-93% Muslim Albanians (mostly Syni dhe disa bektashinj), the rest is Muslim Roma, Albanian Ortos and Aromanian Ortos. He doesn't mention the Protestants or Uniates much, oh well. Cermenika -- 100% Bektashi. Qukes -- 25% Bektashi (75% Syni?) 
  • Pistrick, Eckehard and Dalipaj, Gerda. "Celebrating the Imagined Village: Ways of Organizing and Commenting Local Soundscapes and Social Patterns in South Albanian Feasts".

Ethnic boundaries in Himare:

Bektashinj (Shqiptaret Bektashi edhe te tjera):

  • Hasluck, F W (1917). [| "Geographic Distribution of the Bektashi"]. The Annual of the British School at Athens Vol. 21 (1914/1915 - 1915/1916), pp. 84-124 ". Discussion of regions within Republic of Albania is pp114-124 (some discussion of Albanian regions of Kosovo and Macedonia is earlier; also discussed: Turkey, Greece esp Crete, Serbia and Bulgaria)
  • Doja, ALbert (2006). "A political history of Bektashism"
  • Kryegjyshata Boterore Bektashine, saved here : [[1]] (try to find on web somewhere... archive maybe?)

Muslims overall:

--Used for Bulqiza (she notes Bulqiza has an overwhelming Bektashi Muslim majority). While this is a 2008 source, I'm counting it for c1900 too, as it's unlikely that Bulqiza would've converted en masse to Bektashism since then. among other things

Jugu :

  • Destani, Beytullah. Albania and Kosovo: Political and Ethnic Boundaries, 1867-1946.

--Used for Ottomon census data of the late 1800s and 1908 (also contains the distorted Greek nationalist and later Albanian nationalist-produced figures of South Albania). Note also that Pogradec is called 'Starovo'. Used for Southern Albania

  • This late 19th-century Greco-German ethno-religious map of Northwest Greece and Southern Albania, all the way up to Myzeqe, 1878, Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde, H.Kiepert, according to the informations delivered by the Greek ethnographer P.Aravandinos -- note Voskop (yes Voskop, not referring to Voskopoje here) is Vlach
  • De Rapper Lunxheri -- rare overwhelmingly Alb-Orthodox region, same as neighboring Zagori region. Many Muslijms and Vlachs live there now but they came during Communism, except in Erind [self note: Erind itslef is in fact mixed not purely Muslim as de Rapper presents it, hometown of Petro Poga]


Halvetinj:

  • TARIKATI HALVETI LISTA E TEQEVE VITI 2005 -- [[2]]
  • Hasluck
  • lots of Halvetis in Lume : [[[[3]]
  • Clayer, Nathalie, Mystiques, État & Société – Les Halvetis dans l'aire balkanique de la fin du XVe siècle a nos jours, Leiden, Brill, 1994.
  • Schwartz, Stephen. ["Notes on Sufism as a Social Movement" ] --- contains vital statistics of Halveti distribution corroborating those above.

Generally useful sources:

  • Minority Rights and the Republic of Albania: Missing the Implementation Xhaxho, Manjola (2007). Accessed 3 July 2017
  • The Albanians, a scattered people. by Philippe Rekacewicz. Monte Diplomatique.
  • Working Paper. Albanian Series. Gender Ethnicity and Landed Property in Albania. Sussana Lastaria-Cornhiel, Rachel Wheeler. September 1998. Land Tenure Center. University of Wisconsin. --- this one also discusses the Armenian community, perhaps add Armenians to map?
  • The Virtual Jewish History Tour. Albania. By Ariel Scheib.
  • Winnifrith, Tom (2002). Badlands-borderlands: a history of Northern Epirus/Southern Albania. London: Duckworth. ISBN 0715632019. Mungon ose është bosh parametri |language= (Ndihmë!)

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Bosnjaket: [[4]]

Serbet, Malazezet, Podgoricanet:

Bullgaret, Maqedonaset, Gollobordasit:

  • „Македония и Одринско. Статистика на населението от 1873 г.“ Македонски научен институт, Sofia, 1995
  • [http://www.promacedonia.org/vk Кънчов, Васил. „Македония. Етнография и статистика“. София, 1900, стр.261. (Kanchov, Vasil. Macedonia — ethnography and statistics Sofia, 1900).

Greket:

  • Kallivretakis, Leonidas (1995). "Η ελληνική κοινότητα της Αλβανίας υπό το πρίσμα της ιστορικής γεωγραφίας και δημογραφίας [The Greek Community of Albania in terms of historical geography and demography." In Nikolakopoulos, Ilias, Kouloubis Theodoros A. & Thanos M. Veremis (eds). Ο Ελληνισμός της Αλβανίας [The Greeks of Albania]. University of Athens.
  • Berxholli Arqile, Sejfi Protopapa, & Kristaq Prifti (1994). "The Greek minority in the Albanian Republic: A demographic study". Nationalities Papers. 22. (2)
  • Biovizhde being Greek-speaking : Nitsiakos, Vassilis (2010). On the border: Transborder mobility, ethnic groups and boundaries along the Albanian-Greek frontier. LIT Verlag. p. 80. "Çarçovë is the base of the homonymous municipality (Komuna Çarçovë), which includes nine more villages, Biovizhdë, Vllaho-Psilloterrë, Zhepë, Kanikol, Dracovë, Pëllumbar, Strembec, Iliar, Manushtir-Toranik, the first two of which are Greek speaking."; pp. 249-263.
  • * However even though they speak Greek, Vllaho-Psillotere's inhabitants are in fact all Vlachs -- Thede Kahl's 1998 in Schwander-Sievers, Aromanian Awakening. Additionally a large number of the Greek-speaking inhabitants of Biovizhde, and some in Çarçove and Draçovë, are also Vlachs by the same map; in Vllah-Psilloter there is also a Bektashi teke.

Greket dhe Aromunet:

Aromunet:


Roma:

Gora:

Hebrenjte

"Surprising" religious pockets:

  • There were significant Catholics in Vlore. Perhpas not enough to mark though.
  • Bektashis in Kurbin-- Shullaz tekke
  • Bektashis in a commune near Shkoder (plus one tekke in the city but this is assumed to be marginal compared to the population), in the heavily Muslim (+5-10% Catholic) Postribe commune-- tekke is in Drisht, in Western edge. Assumed mixed with an overall Sunni majority. Postribe is the most heavily Muslim place in all Shkoder county, but it is also likely the only commune with a significant non-Sunni population (still not huge)
  • Heavy Concentration of Halvetis in Tropoje commune (not the whole district) -- 3 tekkes in Tropoje (not a densely populated place!) plus one in neighboring Margegaj, in the town of Shoshan
  • Sunnis, apparently, in Mollaj, surrounded on all sides by Bektashis (and Orthodox, of course).
  • Ternove in Zerqan municipality is a (Sunni?) Slav village peninsula surrounded on three sides by Albanian Bektashis (presumably) -- see Kanchov (does not note sect though, but there is no tekke in Ternove), there is in Zerqan and the census 2011 shows it heavily Bektashi overall
  • Kastriot in mostly Sunni Diber is full of Sufi structures, at least five, all in the central/western area of the commune
  • Although the stereotype since communist days of "Tironsit" is of very religious and conservative Sunni Muslims, the city actually had, pre-communism and also pre-independence, an Orthodox pouplation of Vlach origin, and the boht the city and the surrounding countryside had many Sufis, including Bektashis, Rufais and especially Halvetis. In 1917 as per Hasluck it appears that Bektashis claimed that the city was "equally split between Bektashis and Rufais" but closer analysis reveals that Halvetis in fact had the most structures in the area. All of these were likely repressed by Toptani, but they didn't disappear. In any case, it was far from monolithically Sunni, even before it was the capital.


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