6 x 9, 264 pages, maps, illustrations, bibliography, index
1976, Alaska History Series, no. 8
Reproduced in this volume are over sixty historical documents related to the role of the Russian-American Company in Hawaii in the early 19th century, including letters from Baranov, descriptions of the islands, journal entries, deeds, reports, and the text of land grants. Indispensable for students and scholars working on the history of Hawaii or the Russian-American Company.
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