Bashkiria as a Part of Russia at the End of the 17th Century and in the First Half of 18th Century
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Bashkiria as a Part of Russia at the End of the 17th Century and in the First Half of 18th Century
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As all foreigners in respect of public duties, the government of Peter the great abolished the basic provisions of citizenship of the Bashkirs. The seizure of ancestral lands and increased taxes have become the main cause of the 1704—1711 rebellion, the cessation of which has not led to the resumption of citizenship of the Bashkirs. The government of Empress Anna Ioannovna believed that the integration region in the administrative system of Russia may only be exercised after the adoption of the citizenship of the Kazakhs. This task was assigned to the Orenburg expedition, which opens a new period in the history of the region.
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pribylsky, A. Sergeev, Izhora office, the decree 72 on taxes, the Bashkir rebellion, Sultan Murat, Bashkir khanate, the Kazan province, Dolmatov monastery, isetskii settlement, P. I. Khovanskii
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25.11.2015
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28.12.2015
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