ⓘ Black Sea Cossack Host

                                     

ⓘ Black Sea Cossack Host

Black Sea Cossack Host, also known as Chernomoriya, was a Cossack host of the Russian Empire created in 1787 in southern Ukraine from former Zaporozhian Cossacks. In the 1790s, the host was re-settled to the Kuban River. It comprised the Caucasus Fortified Defence Line from the mouth of the Kuban River to the mouth of the Bolshaya Laba River.

                                     
  • host Taman Peninsula and adjoining region to the northeast was settled by the Black Sea Cossack Host who were originally the Zaporozhian Cossacks of
  • existed on the northern shore of the Sea of Azov, between 1832 and 1862. The host was made up of several Cossack groups who were re - settled there. The
  • purpose of conquest of the Northern Caucasus. Together with the Black Sea Cossack Host it defended the Caucasus Fortified Defense Line from the inlet of
  • the Kuban Cossacks are descendants of the Black Sea Cossack Host originally the Zaporozhian Cossacks and the Caucasus Line Cossack Host A distinguishing
  • lower Don. Historically, they have been located within what was the Don Cossack Host Russian: Донско е казачье во йско, Vsevelikoye Voysko Donskoye which
  • The Terek Cossack Host Russian: Терское казачье войско, Terskoye kazach ye voysko was a Cossack host created in 1577 from free Cossacks who resettled
  • the Black Sea Cossack Host Chepiha was born in Chernihiv Oblast. He arrived at the Zaporozhian Sich in 1740 and at its demise in 1775 was a Cossack polkovnyk
  • Russian: пластун was a Cossack foot scouting and sentry military unit. Originally they were part of the Black Sea Cossack Host and then later in the 19th
  • Semirechye Cossack Host Russian: Семиреченское казачье войско was a Cossack host in Imperial Russia, located in the Semirechye Oblast today comprising
  • Baikal Cossacks were Cossacks of the Transbaikal Cossack Host Russian: Забайкальское казачье во йско a Cossack host formed in 1851 in the areas beyond