6 x 9, 386 pages, b & w illustrations, glossary, index
1973, Alaska History Series, no. 4
A historical account of the demographic and cultural transitions Alaska experienced from the late 18th through the early 19th century. Includes discussions of the routes of Russian settlement in Alaska and California, dates and descriptions of Russian settlements in North America, and characterizes the Russian population of the Russian American Company.
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