Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Chikaeva Karina Surenovna

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• Dr.Sci.Hist.

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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LANDED PROPERTY OF NOBLE FAMILY IN THE NORTH CAUCASUS IN 1861-1917 YY.

abstract 0931309058 issue 93 pp. 860 – 876 30.11.2013 ru 1782
Features of the development of landed property of noble family of the North Caucasus in 1861-1917 are analyzed and presented on the basis of the vast corpus of documentary sources. It is shown that principally the landed property formed completely in the post reform period, and a special significance was attached to a form of landowning of Cossack nobility. It is noted that the landed property of noble family in the region was unstable, and the process of its reduction began from the end of XIX-th century. The analysis of the policy of the noble support by means of the Noble Land Bank is done
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NOBILITY DEPUTY ASSEMBLY IN THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS IN 1905 – 1917 YY.

abstract 1091505091 issue 109 pp. 1301 – 1317 29.05.2015 ru 892
Based on the archival sources, the article reviews the activities of the Nobility Deputy Assembly in the Northern Caucasus in 1905 – 1917. The author examines the role of noble organizations in solving the class issues in Russia in the early XXth century. She notes a marked increase in the activity of the Stavropol noble Assembly caused by the events of the revolution of 1905 – 1907 yy. In this case the author draws attention to the fact that during this period, autocracy strictly limited the power of the nobility Assembly, and in addition noble organization was strictly forbidden to discuss political issues. It is noted that local nobles were quite passive in social and political activity and they were not involved in the work created at the time of the joint noble societies, although some regional representatives of the nobility (in particular K. I. Bielecki) participated in the activities of the First nobility Congress in 1906 y. Charitable activity of the Noble Assembly during the First World War was also investigated in the he article. The noble mutual benefit was created to assist the families of killed and wounded warriors and for maintenance of hospitals. In addition, the Noble Assembly provided the upper floor of noble house for the hospital, and the lower one for the Ladies' Committee. The article shows that despite all the difficulties there was a gradual clearance of the political position of the nobility of the Northern Caucasus at the beginning of the XXth century. The author draws attention to the fact that noble organization has proposed various measures aimed at strengthening economic and political influence of this class. She comes to the conclusion that the role of the nobility in the social structure of Russian society of that time is undergoing a significant transformation, and the importance of the nobility in the system of socio-economic relations and the management system of the Russian Empire was significantly reduced
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THE COMPOSITION OF THE NOBILITY OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS IN THE LATE XIX - EARLY XX CENTURIES

abstract 1041410122 issue 104 pp. 1762 – 1777 30.12.2014 ru 921
The structure of the nobility of the North Caucasus is investigated in this article, on the basis of static sources; the status of hereditary and personal nobility is analyzed on the basis of legislative acts. We studied the composition of hereditary nobility on the basis of the List of noblemen brought in noble genealogical books of the Stavropol province, Terek and Kuban areas from 1795 till 1912
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THE NATIONAL COMPOSITION OF THE NOBILITY OF THE NORTHERN CAUCASUS ACCORDING TO THE MATERIALS OF CENSUS OF THE POPULATION IN 1897

abstract 1091505092 issue 109 pp. 1318 – 1333 29.05.2015 ru 951
The research of ethnic composition of the nobility of the Northern Caucasus is carried out in the article on the basis of statistical sources. The author calculated the results of the First General census of the Russian Empire in the Kuban, Stavropol and the Terek regions of 1897 y. It is shown that the ethnic composition of the upper classes was different in regions. The analysis of the results of the census of 1897 shows that in the Kuban region the most numerous language groups were Russian (77%), Polish (7,1%), Circassian (5.8 percent) ones. The ratio of language groups was not the same in the towns and villages. It is noted that in Stavropol province the dominance of Russians was significant compared with Kuban region. They accounted for 86.8% among the hereditary nobility of the province and among personal they accounted for 94%. The second place among the nobility of the province was occupied by the poles: the hereditary nobility was accounted for 7.7 %, personal nobility was accounted for 2.1%. Moreover, a significant proportion of them lived in urban areas. The national composition of the nobility in the Terek region is considered, it is shown that the Russian nobility prevailed in all administrative units: among hereditary – 73.1 %, among the personal – 77,7%. The second place belonged to the poles (9,25%). Produced calculations show that the most numerous from other language groups of the hereditary nobility were Ossetian (3,76%), Armenian (2,54%), Georgian (2,87%), Kumyk (2,01%), Chechen (0,92%), German (1,57%), Circassian (0,92%) ones. The nobility of the Northern Caucasus was multinational; it can be explained by historical condition of the formation of the indigenous population, as well as increased influx of immigrants in the post-reform period from various provinces of Russia
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