ⓘ Volga Cossacks

                                     

ⓘ Volga Cossacks

The Volga Cossacks were free Cossack communities in Russia which were recorded in sources from the 16th century on. They inhabited the areas along the Volga river.

The Volga Cossacks participated in the conquest of Siberia Yermaks. Due to the creation of the Tsaritsyn fortified line in the 18th century, the Central government decided to form the Volga Cossack army Volgskoe Cossack army, consisting of 1057 families, mostly don Cossacks with its centre in the North of Dubovka Tsaritsyn. The Volga Cossacks participated in the Pugachev rebellion in 1773-1775.

In 1770 and 1777 most of the Volga Cossacks were resettled to the North Caucasus to form the Mozdok and Volga regiments of the Terek Cossack troops. The Volga Cossack army right was abolished. The remnants of the Volga Cossack army was merged with the Astrakhan Cossack troops in the early 19th century.

This article contains content derived from the Great Soviet encyclopedia, 1969-1978, partly in the public domain.

                                     
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