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Sitka, the chief factory of the Russian American company

Andrews, Clarence Leroy

Sitka, the chief factory of the Russian American company

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Published by The Caxton printers, ltd. in Caldwell, Id .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sitka (Alaska)
    • Subjects:
    • Sitka (Alaska)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby C. L. Andrews.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF914.S6 A7 1945
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p.
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6495897M
      LC Control Number46001313

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The STORY Of SITKA. The Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast.; The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company. Author: Andrews, C[larence]. L[eroy. ] Title: The STORY Of SITKA. The Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast.; The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company Publication: Seattle: Press of Lowman & Hanford Co., ()Seller Rating: % positive.

The story of Sitka; the historic outpost of the northwest coast, the chief factory of the Russian American company by Andrews, Clarence Leroy, Pages: The [Sitka] Alaskan.

Dearmond, Robert. "Sitka's Past: Indian River Park Kept Free of Private Enterprise," in The Daily Sitka Sentinel, Ma Chambers, Scott. "Elbridge Warren Merrill," in The Alaska Journal, 7 (3) (Summer ) Pierce, Richard A. "Alaska's Russian Governors," as series in The Alaska Journal, 1 (3) (Winter ) through 3 (1) (Winter.

[Note: In one Dahlström was elected to serve as a church elder at the Company's Lutheran parish. 9b In the spring of Finnish Coffardi Skipper Johan Jacob Conradi, commander of the Russian American Company ship SITKHA, was piloted into Sitka's inner harbor by the Company's harbor pilot named Dahlström.]   Reading about Alaska's history Question: Can you suggest books about the history of Alaska and its major cities.

The story of Sitka; the chief factory of the Russian American company. Seattle: Press of Lowman and Henford. The book provides a brief, but detailed history of Sitka, from the perspective of empowerment.

Details of the native peoples was not extensive. Sitka is a beautiful small city today with a very colored history. the Russian effect is felt, especially in the retail markets. A female dance troupe performs the Russian dances regularly/5.

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Download a free audio book Author: Clarence Leroy Andrews. The Story of Sitka: The Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast; The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company, by Clarence Leroy Andrews (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Pioneers' home (Sitka, Alaska) Report of the Alaska Pioneers' Home ([Sitka, Alaska, ]), by Alaska) Pioneers' home (Sitka (page images at HathiTrust).

He developed the farm on a large scale, contributing provisions for the HBC posts to the north and after for the Russian American Company, based at.

Sitka, the chief factory of the Russian American company, At head of title: The historic outpost of the northwest coast. Map on lining-papers. First edition,published under title: The story of Sitka.

Contributor: Andrews, Clarence Leroy Date:   For instance, Alaska’s last Russian chief manager, Adolph Etolin, was a Swedish-speaking Finn, as were many employed by the Russian-American Company.

He was born in Helsinki and worked in Sitka for the Russian-American Company in He eventually became chief manager between and   The Story of Sitka by Clarence Leroy Andrews. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record.

Author: Andrews, Clarence Leroy, LoC No. Title: The Story of Sitka The Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast; The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: Pacific.

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Seattle, WA: Press of Lowman and Henford, Microfiche CS G46x LH Arndt, Katherine L. A construction history of Sitka, Alaska, as documented in the records of the Russian-American Company. Sitka, Alaska: Sitka National. CLARENCE LEROY ANDREWS Books and papers from his personal library and Originally this rare book collection was the p~ivate collection of Mr.

Published a third edition.• Sitka, the Chief Factory of the Russian American Company Died in Eugene, Oregon, Ap File Size: 8MB. This practice may be somewhat more lax in public libraries, as compared to research libraries.

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Originally this rare book collection was the p~ivate collection of Mr. Andrews, who himself was the author of several books about Alaska. The Andrews collection came to Sitka in the s and was moved to the Sheldon Jackson library in.

The Story of Sitka The Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast; The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company (English) (as Author) Anonymous. Aljaska en de Canada-spoorweg De Aarde en haar Volken, (Dutch) (as Author) Crater Lake National Park, Oregon (English) (as Author) Austin, Mary, California: The Land of the Sun.

The Russian-American Company Under the High Patronage of His Imperial Majesty was a state-sponsored chartered company formed on the basis of the United American Company. Emperor Paul I of Russia chartered the company in the Ukase ofit had the mission of establishing new settlements in Russian America, conducting trade with natives, carrying out an expanded.

The book of names, especially relating to the early Palatines and the first settlers in the Mohawk Valley The story of Sitka, the historic outpost of the Northwest coast, the chief factory of the Russian American Company: AK SITKA ANDREWS: Alaska, Sitka (AK) 1: 1 0.

Social Info. Young, Herbert V. Young, Herbert V. They came to Jerome; the. Baron Ferdinand von Wrangel, governor of the Russian-American company at Sitka, had heard of Ogden’s earlier visit, and ordered that a post be built at the mouth of the Stikine River to establish a Russian presence.

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Ina German, on behalf of the Russian-American Company, tried to conquer Hawaii in the name of the Tsar. By Casey Michel for The Diplomat Octo Author: Casey Michel. 1 item, Russian-American Company worker.

Born in Riga, joined the Russian-American Company in His statement, 12 pp., describes trip around the Horn to Sitka, work there until the Company ceased operations, Indian difficulty inand events surrounding the transfer of sovereignty to the U.S.

in Charles Melville Scammon. The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company by Andrews, C. Seller Aquila Books Published Item Price $ Show Details. Description: Seattle: Lowman & Hanford, Illustrated with black and white plates taken from photographs and a folding map of Sitka at the rear.

Some toning to the endpapers, otherwise internally clean. Songs of America. An entertainment titled The Military glory of Great Britain is given at the anniversary commencement ceremony in Nassau Hall, Princeton, New Jersey.

The music may have been written by James Lyon (), Princeton graduate and publisher of the important sacred tune book Urania (). Though drawn primarily from British sources, Urania is the. The maritime fur trade was a ship-based fur trade system that focused on acquiring furs of sea otters and other animals from the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and natives of furs were mostly sold in China in exchange for tea, silks, porcelain, and other Chinese goods, which were then sold in Europe and the United States.

Dorothy Sloan Books – Bulletin 6 (2/89) 7. ANDREWS, C. The Story of Sitka, the Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast, The Chief Factory of the Russian American Company.

Seattle: Lowman & Hartford []. [4]14 photographic plates, foldout map. 12mo, original green cloth. Fine. First edition. Smith Wickersham “From. The Story of Sitka; the Historic Outpost of the Northwest Coast, the Chief Factory of the Russian American Company Andrews, Clarence Leroy, The Story of.

Re-blogged from Historic Preservation Sitka. The above photo was taken October 23and is of the back side (West) of Stevenson Hall (), one of a suite of buildings forming the campus quadrangle of the Sheldon Jackson School National Historic contractor has gutted the building, and is preparing to build a two-story addition, of about 20 feet square, that would.

THE RUSSIAN NAVY VISITS THE UNITED STATES. During the Civil War, all of the world powers were technically neutral. On 13 Maythe day Charles Francis Adams arrived in London as the United States Minister to the Court of St. James, and before official news of the blockade of the coast line of the seceded States had been received in that country, Great.

American and British competition had made the Russian-American Company unprofitable, and Russian involvement in the Crimean War left the Alaskan colony vulnerable.

The U.S. treaty to purchase the land was negotiated in at the insistence of Secretary of State William H.

Seward during the administration of President Andrew Johnson. Astor bought the North West Company holdings inside American territory; the price Astor paid more than recouped his losses from Astoria.

The next move for the American Fur Company was to abolish the Federal Government’s Factory System. Ramsey Crooks led the American Fur Company’s lobbying efforts, and the Factory System was abolished in The first Russian circumnavigation of the Earth took place from August to August and was carried out on ships Nadezhda and Neva under the command of Adam Johann von Krusenstern and Yuri expedition was initially planned as a commercial enterprise of the Russian-American Company to supply Kamchatka Peninsula and other Russian Executed by: Adam Johann von Krusenstern, Yuri.

For instance, Alaska’s last Russian chief manager, Adolph Etolin, was a Swedish-speaking Finn, as were many employed by the Russian-American Company. He was born in Helsinki and worked in Sitka for the Russian-American Company in He eventually became chief manager between and   The back story of the Russian fur trade and the Russian American Company requires more than pages, for starters.

But the real obstacle is the book’s hero, Rezanov, who does many interesting.Hartford, CT.: Columbian Book Company, xvi, pp. Crown octavo. Bound in half dark brown morocco leather and marbled boards; four raised bands and five compartments to the spine stamped with gold gilt lettering and decorations.

Dark gray endpapers that look to be newer than the binding, though no other signs of restoration found. Gold.