Bashkiria as a Part of Russia in the 17th Century
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Bashkiria as a Part of Russia in the 17th Century
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S207987840001150-4-1
DOI
10.18254/S0001150-4-1
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Educational text
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The governance Structure of the Ufa uyezd in the early seventeenth century assumed the coincidence of interests of Imperial administration and of heads of the Bashkir childbirth. However, in the middle of XVII century the Kalmyk leaders have proposed to the government of Alexei Mikhailovich to pass on Bashkir lands in the South of the region in exchange for part of the Kalmyks in the war against Crimea. In war with Poland, the Russian government was forced to violate the land law of the Bashkirs. This led to the rebellion of 1662—1664, which opened the long series of performances of the Bashkir XVII—XVIII centuries.
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the Order of the Kazan Palace, Ufa district, writ hut, the Kalmyks, the South-Eastern border, the seizure of Bashkir lands, the expedition Priklonsky, rebellion 1662—1664, decrees of pardon
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07.10.2015
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28.12.2015
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