On the Threshold of Inclusion in Russia: the Southern Urals in the First Half of the 18th Century
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On the Threshold of Inclusion in Russia: the Southern Urals in the First Half of the 18th Century
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S207987840001818-8-1
DOI
10.18254/S0001818-8-1
Publication type
Educational text
Status
Published
Authors
Sergey Lyubichankovskiy 
Affiliation: Orenburg State Pedagogical University
Address: Russian Federation, Orenburg
Stepan Djundzuzov
Affiliation: Orenburg State Pedagogical University
Address: Russian Federation, Orenburg
Elena Godovova
Affiliation: Orenburg Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Address: Russian Federation, Orenburg
Abstract
This article is devoted to the history of the Southern Urals in the first half of the 18th century, before the region was included in Russia. The plans of the Russian government for the development of the territory of the Trans-Volga region and actions for their implementation are described. Relations between local nomadic peoples are described, internal political struggle in the Kazakh steppe is shown, and the Kazakh people are transferred to Russia's citizenship. The article contains questions for the actualization of knowledge in the all-Russian context; section “Saved Time”, dedicated to the brightest preserved sights of this period; reference materials and the section “Working with documents”.
Keywords
Southern Urals, Kazakh steppe, Peter I, nomadic peoples
Received
11.06.2017
Publication date
28.08.2017
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