Jakіv Kukharenko and its contribution to the development of Ukrainian national-cultural movement of the XIX century
Keywords:Kuban, the North Caucasus, the Black Sea Cossack Host, Ataman, Ukrainian national movement
The article examines a little-known pages of the life and career of the prominent figures of the Ukrainian national movement in the Kuban, a close friend of Taras Shevchenko, the Black Sea Cossack Host Ataman Jakiv Gerasimovitch Kuharenko (1799 - 1862 ). The author discusses the main aspects of the life and work of Jakiv Kuharenko, focusing on its social, educational and literary activities, and comes to the conclusion that Jakiv Kuharenko refers to the circle of the most important figures of the Ukrainian national revival of the second half of the nineteenth century, whose work has not only created the necessary conditions for the integration of the Ukrainian population of the Kuban region in general Ukrainian national space, but also played a significant role in the Ukrainian national movement.
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