Rough Kyrgyz history in the Eastern Pamirs

Circa 18th century Sary-Kol Kyrgyz settle in the Eastern Pamirs with a vertical and horizontal nomadic economy. Additional income through services paid to traders between Chinese Turkestan, Afghanistan and Persia, the Central Asian Khanates and the Indian Subcontinent.
1891-1896 Russians take control over Eastern Pamirs. Today borders are drawn installing a buffer between the British and Russian empires (Wakhan corridor)
1891-1916 Sary-Kol resist against the Russian invader with a migration peak of the "Basmachis" in 1916.
1895 Russian army sets-up base in Murghab region
1917 October revolution brings the Bolsheviki to power in the Russian empire.
1919-1930ies Heavy resistance in Central Asian Khanates against sovietisation, the so-called Basmachi. The rebels are slowly pushed back to the mountains, many migrate to neighbouring countries.
October 1929 Tadjik SSR is created
December 1936 Kyrgyz ASSR is created
1949 Revolution in China. Mobility (interregional trade and pasture movements) is further severed.
1963 Quinquennial plan promotes milk production
1963-1985 Quinquennial plans promote meat production
1986-1991 Production planning is based on the "arienda" (tenant farming). The production goals are not attained.
1991 Independence of the Kyrgyz and Tajik Republics
25 June 1996 Tajik President decrees privatisation and creation of Farmers' Associations.
1996 Decree 118 reserves rights of export for Murghab District (Livestock for flour).
November 1999 Finalisation of Kolkhoze liquidation and livestock reallocation.
March 2000 Beginning of Murghab to China road linking over Kulma Pass. A new perspective emerges.
March 2002 Russian Army announces its withdrawal from the Pamir.