8.5 x 11, 146 pages, illustrations, bibliography, appendices
1996, Alaska History Series, no. 44
Descriptions and illustrations of the clothing styles worn by the Russian colonists of Alaska and Fort Ross, California. Because Russian clothing varied greatly by class, this study covers garments of administrators, creoles, laborers, and sailors.
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