Tuzapán (Tuxpan) was founded by the Native Americans of Papantla, Veracruz. Coordinates: 20°28′N 97°42′W / 20.467°N 97.700°W / 20.467; -97.700 Danylo Apostol (Ukrainian: Данило Апостол; Romanian: Dănilă Apostol) (1654–1734), was a Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine and Ukrainian Cossack starshina. Born in a noble Cossack family of Moldavian boyar origin, Danylo Apostol was a prominent military leader, polkovnyk (colonel) of the Myrhorod Regiment, and a participant in the Russian campaigns against the Ottoman Empire and Crimean Khanate.

In the 1723-1725 Cossack starshyna, Danylo Apostol was accused of being involved in the alleged mutiny plot of Hetman Pavlo Polubotok and was suspected in treason by Catherine I. In 1727, Apostol was elected to be Hetman of the left-bank Ukraine. During his rule Little Russia and Cossack nobility increased their wealth and estates at the same time as it was further incorporated into the Russian Empire. Danylo Apostol died in 1734, and the new Hetman was not elected until 1750.