Imperial Russia in frontier America: the changing geography of supply of Russian America, 1784-1867
Examines the problems faced by the Russians in Alaska, principally those associated with personnel and food supply. Includes a section on agriculture in Alaska.
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LIST OF MAPS 1 Russian Occupation of Alaska
Russian Settlements in Alaska
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