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Sigismund dreamt of a Polish-Russian alliance against Sweden which would eventually recover the Swedish throne for his branch of the Vasa family. The Poles soon became unpopular in Russia and Sigismund7 s victory proved to be hollow. Within a year, de la Gardie's armies were advancing in Inkeri. Between 1611 and 1613 the fortresses of Kakisalmi, Novgorod, Ladoga and Tikhvin in the area between Lakes Ladoga and Ilmen; and Kopore, Jama and Gdov, which lay along the Estonian frontier between the Gulf of Finland and Lake Peipus, all fell to the Swedes.
Infiltration across the ill-defined Pahkinasaari line also occurred in the far north, where Swedish and Finnish settlers moved into Ostrobothnia and Lapland in search of salmon and furs. One group of traders who played an important part in this movement were the people known as Pirkkalaiset (Birkarlar). They were fur trappers, hunters and fishermen who came originally from Sweden and occupied the settlement of Pirkkala, on the shores of Pyhajarvi, a few kilometres to the west of the present city of Tampere.
Finland was a buffer zone between the rival powers of Sweden and Novgorod and also came under pressure from the Baltic Germans, who penetrated into the lands south of the Gulf of Finland. The Finns, unlike their powerful neighbours, had not at this time established a state of their own. They were divided between the three main groups - the Suomalaiset, the Hamalaiset and the Karjalaiset who were often in conflict amongst themselves. The legends tell of a crusade, led by King Erik of Sweden (accompanied by Bishop Henry of Uppsala) in 1155.
6512 by I Baxter