This landmark volume includes thirty-four essays by the most prominent scholars working on Russian America, including Lydia Black, Don E. Dumond, Sergei Kan, Nora Marks Dauenhauer and Richard Dauenhauer. Essays cover first contact, cartography, the Russian-American Company, the Russian Orthodox Church, and the archaeology and material culture of Russian settlements in Alaska and California.
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