In the 20th Century, Cossacks immigrated all around the world, and the United States had it's share of Cossack communities from one coast to the other. American-Cossack Communities can still be found today, and majority have been united under the Cossack Congress in America. However, some today are only known by name, as many of the founders and members of these communities have passed away, or moved to a different state. Yet, their memories live on, and so we are happy to share the small Cossack community from Glendora, California.
According to Don Cossack Fr Sergei Overt: