Territory of the Don Cossacks
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The Province (Oblast) of the Don Cossack Host (Russian: Область Войска Донского, Oblast’ Voyska Donskogo) of Imperial Russia was the official name of the territory of Don Cossacks, roughly coinciding with today's Rostov Oblast of Russia. Its center was Cherkassk, later Novocherkassk.
The province comprised the areas where the Don Cossack Host settled in Imperial Russia. Since 1786 the territory was officially called the Don Host Lands (zemlya Voyska Donskogo), renamed Don Host Province in 1870.
In 1913, the oblast, with an area of about 165,000 km², had about 3.8 million inhabitants. Of these, 55% (2.1 million) were Cossacks in possession of all the land; the remaining 45% of the population being townsfolk and agricultural guest labourers from other parts of Russia.
This subdivision was abolished in 1920; from the major part of it the Don Oblast was created, which was included into the North Caucasus Krai in 1924.

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Don Cossacks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don Cossacks (Russian: Донские казаки) were Cossacks who settled along the .... After 1786, the Territory of the Don Cossacks was officially called Don Voisko ...
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Don Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A second official language, a dialect of Russian known as Don Cossack or ... of the Don Soviet Republic from the territory of the Don Host Oblast on May 10.
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List of Don Cossacks noble families - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noble families of Don Cossacks in alphabetical order includes the old original ... Free territories of Don Cossacks known from the beginning of 14th century until ...
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Don Army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many Don Cossacks also participated in Kornilov's infamous Ice March. ... indesiciveness, many of the Cossacks not wishing to fight beyond their own territory.
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The Cossacks: Russia's legendary fighting force | Russia & India ...
4 Jul 2013 ... The Cossack territories were governed by their own internal laws, which ... The Don Cossacks were even given their own autonomous territory ...
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Orientation - Don Cossacks - Countries and Their Cultures
Identification. Originally the Cossacks were free mercenaries who resided in a no -man's-land. They eventually became a part of the Russian irregular military ...
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Don Cossack Host - Encyclopedia - The Free Dictionary
Don Cossack Host. the most numerous division of cossacks in prerevolutionary Russia, which inhabited the Land of the Don Host, including present-day Rostov  ...
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The Don Cossacks - resurrecting a way of life — RT News - RT.com
18 Jun 2009 ... For centuries, the Don Cossacks helped Russia protect its borders and expand its territory all the way to the Far East. Images of Cossacks on ...
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Territory of the Don Cossacks - 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica ...
'TERRITORY OF THE (Russ. DON COSSACKS' Donskaya Oblast), a government of S.E. Russia, bounded W. by the governments of Voronezh, Kharkov and ...
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Caucasian Knot | Don Cossack Host
7 Sep 2003 ... Cossack settlements stretched for 800 km along the Don and its tributaries (the ... The territory of the Don Cossack Host was divided into seven ...
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List of Don Cossacks noble families - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Free territories of Don Cossacks known from the beginning of 14th century until ... He was awarded an honorary degree of low by the University of Oxford (1814).
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The complete rehabilitation of the Cossacks and the Don Territory came in September ... University of York Russian specialist Shane O'Rourke states that " ten ...
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In the 16th century, the Don Cossacks established another cossack host in the Don ... even formed short-lived independent states in their respective territories.
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In 1897 about 30,000 Kalmyks resided in Don Cossack territory. By 1917 the population of ..... (The history of the Don). Rostov-on-Don: Rostov University Press.
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Don Cossacks, Cossack settlers (see Cossacks ) who in the 16th cent. founded the virtually independent ... The first Christians on territories around the Don were the Jassi and Kosogi tribes. ..... Licensed from Columbia University Press.
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Imperial Boundaries: Cossack Communities and Empire-Building in the Age of Peter the Great. ... Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 2009. xi + 255 pp. ... ( and between the territories of the Don Cossacks and the Crimean Tatars) in the ...
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Gábor Ágoston, Bruce Alan Masters, 2009
Moscow provided a potential economic partner for the Don Cossacks, but the distance between Muscovy and the Territory of the Don Cossacks frustrated attempts to build trade connections. The military activity of the Don Cossacks was limited ...
Russians outside Russia: The Emigré Community in Czechoslovakia 1918-1938
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Elena Chinyaeva von Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, 2001
Der Titel kann ab Januar 2013 über die Südost Verlags Service GmbH, Waldkirchen, bezogen werden. Auf der Grundlage zumeist unveröffentlichter Quellen und schwer zugänglicher Exilzeitschriften untersucht Chinyaeva in ihrer Oxforder Dissertation die russische Emigration in die Tschechoslowakei nach der Oktoberrevolution. Für die Jahre 1918-1938 geht ...
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A Don Cossack assembly, called the hug, was formed to deliberate on important matters; in a structure borrowed from the ... most of the territory remained communal lands; the Don Cossacks became a privileged, landowning class employing ...
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The region, formally ceded to Russia by the Ottoman Empire in 1739, was organized as an autonomous military district, the Territory of the Don Cossacks, in 1790. By 1800 the majority of the Don Cossacks were reconciled to Russian rule.
Making War, Forging Revolution: Russia's Continuum of Crisis, 1914-1921
Making War, Forging Revolution: Russia's Continuum of Crisis, 1914-1921
Peter Holquist von Harvard Univ Pr, 2002
Offering a fundamental reinterpretation of the emergence of the Soviet state, Peter Holquist situates the Bolshevik Revolution within the continuum of mobilization and violence that began with World War I and extended through Russia's civil war. In so doing, Holquist provides a new genealogy for Bolshevik political practices, one that places t...
The Russian Revolution, 1917
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The Don Cossacks exhibited strong regional, even incipient nationalist, traits in 1917. ... generals, also assuming the Cossacks to be conservative and defenders of social order, headed for the Don territory in late October and November.
The Cossacks 1799-1815 (Warrior)
The Cossacks 1799-1815 (Warrior)
Laurence Spring und Philip Haythornthwaite von Osprey Publishing, 2003
During the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), the Cossacks were Russia's unique and plentiful supply of irregular cavalry. They were employed as skirmishers, raiders and scouts, and their tactics of harassment and harrying caused great problems for Napoleon's Grand Armée as it retreated through Russia in 1812. This title shows how, although lab...
An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of the Russian and Soviet Empires
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James Stuart Olson, Lee Brigance Pappas, Nicholas Charles Pappas, 1994
This allowed the tsar to make greater demands on the Cossacks and to exert greater control over them. Russia then expanded farther into Don territory. Peter ordered the Cossacks to stop fishing in the lower Don and to give their entire stock of ...
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Early history The origins of the first Cossacks are uncertain. The traditional historiographydates the emergence of Cossacks to the 14-15th centuries. Non-mainstream theories have ascribed their earlier existence to as early as the tenth century[1]specifically mentioning 948 as the year when the inhabitants of the Steppe under the leader named Kasak or Kazak routed the Khazars from the area of…
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