History and supporting historical disciplines
Survey about People's Movements in Ukraine-Rus in the 18th century / [introductory words of M.S. Hrushevsky]. - Lviv: Circulation of Shevchenko Scientific Society. Print. of Shevchenko Scientific Society. Under the charge of K. Bednarsky, 1897. - III, , 295 p. - (Russian hist. libr. / published by Shevchenko Scientific Society; vol. 19).
The collection is devoted to the people’s movements in Ukraine in the 18th century. In his introduction Mykhailo Hrushevsky points out to the lack of works in historical literature dedicated to study of manifestations of popular protest, and to the fact that this publication contains special explorings that cover different periods of people’s movements of the 18th century.
The publication includes the works of V. Antonovych, O. Yefimenko and Y. Tselevych, dedicated to the Ukrainian national uprisings of the 18th century. People's movements such as Haidamak movement, Turbaev uprising and opryshkivstvo are described.
A copy of Odesa National Scientific Library was previously stored in the private collection of Mykhailo Komarov (1844-1913), a famous Ukrainian bibliographer, ethnographer, public figure, as evidenced by the owner’s stamp on cover and the title page.
Exploring about Haidamak movement - Volodymyr Antonovych.
Uman centurion Ivan Gonta (1768) - V. Antonovych
Turbaev disaster - Oleksandra Yefimenkova.
Opryshky - Yulian Tselevych:
About Oleksa Dovbushchuk and his followers
Something more about Oleksa Dovbushchuk and his followers
Further news about opryshky (leaders: Oleksa Dovbushchuk and Vasyl Bayurak)
The last historical news about opryshky of the 18th century: a) Ivan Boichuk, the second follower of Oleksa Dovbushchuk, b) Some more retellings and legends about Oleksa Dovbushchuk.