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Cossacks - free people, robbers, and exiles of different nations - gradually generated a great ethnic-mixed force with which there was no equal in all of East Europe... They engaged in hunting, fishing, grain farming and trade. They also set up numerous seasonal farms and later built permanent farm-steads and villages. On the map of our modern city remain many toponimic labels of the Zaporizhians: Sukhachivka, Diyivka, Taroms'ke, Mandrykivka and other names. The Polish-Lithuanian Kingdom governed in Ukraine in the beginning of the XVII century. The authority reached practically to all territories, with the exception of the Zaporizhian Sich. In 1635 the goal of the Polish Kingdom was to suppress the Cossacks and not allow flight to the peasants. Therefore they constructed the Kodak Fortress. In the opinion of some historians this event is the time of foundation of the city. It is underlined, however, that the town of Stari Kodaki (that was near the fortress) existed also before the time of Cossacks in these places. The fortress did not become completely Polish - practically at once it was won. The ruins of the Kodak are visible now. There is a currently a project to restore it and create a tourist center and park-museum. After the Ukrainian revolts against the Polish feudal lords in 1648 the Prydniprovye lands were completely under the authority of Zaporizhians. However, after the signing by Bohdan Khmel'nitsky of the agreement about the Union with Moscow, the territory officially passed under the authority of the Russians. But actually, Prydniprovye lands remained as a self-controlled, sub-borderian area up to the end of the XVIII century.
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