The Russian American colonies, 1798-1867

a documentary record

Publisher: Oregon Historical Society Press in [Portland, Or.]

Written in English
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  • Soviet Union -- Territorial expansion -- Sources.,
  • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Russian -- Sources.

Edition Notes

Statementedited and translated by Basil Dmytryshyn, E.A.P. Crownhart-Vaughan, Thomas Vaughan.
SeriesTo Siberia and Russian America -- v. 3., North Pacific studies series -- no. 11.
ContributionsDmytryshyn, Basil, 1925-, Crownhart-Vaughan, E. A. P., Vaughan, Thomas, 1924-
The Physical Object
Paginationxci, 590 p. :
Number of Pages590
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17730125M
ISBN 100875951503

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The Russian-American Company was formed in with the influence of Nikolay Rezanov for the purpose of hunting 1798-1867 book otters for their fur. The peak population of the Russian colonies was about 4, although almost all of these were Aleuts, Tlingits and other Native number of Russians rarely exceeded at any one time.

Russian America (Russian: Русская Америка, Russkaya Amyerika) was the name of the Russian colonial possessions in North America from to Its capital was Novo-Arkhangelsk (New Arkhangelsk), which is now Sitka, Alaska, United ments spanned parts of what are now the U.S.

states of California, Alaska and three forts in Hawaii. Includes bibliographies and indexes. Russia's conquest of Siberia, -- v. Russian penetration of the North Pacific Ocean, -- v. The Russian American colonies, Material Type: book Language: english russian Subjects: Soviet Union -- Territorial expansion -.

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Britain and Its American Colonies Throughout the s and s, British colonists had formed a large and thriving settlement along the eastern shore of North America. When George III became king of Great Britain inhis North American colonies were grow-ing by leaps and bounds.

Their combined population soared from aboutThe Russian Empire's role in the American Revolutionary War was part of a global conflict of colonial supremacy between the Thirteen Colonies and the Kingdom of Great Britain.

Prior to the onset of the war, the Russian Empire had already begun exploration along North America's west coast; and, the year following the war's conclusion, the Eurasian empire established its first colony in Alaska. Although the Russian Empire. a Introduction. The Russian American Colonies, - A Documentary Record.

North Pacific Studies Series, Volume 3. Edited and translated by Basil Dmytryshyn, E. Crownhart-Vaughan, and Thomas Vaughan. b - Information on the Activity of the Russian American Company, Its Personnel and Capital Goods.

The Russian American. Russia in California. Nauk, Moscow ; Middleton, John. Бытъ По Сему- So be it: years of the history and interpretation of "The flag granted by his Imperial Highness" The flag of the Russian-American Company.

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Britain's hand was only felt lightly in the government of the individual colonies, each of which had a legislature that passed laws and taxed the. Dmytryshyn, Basil, E.A.P. Crownhart-Vaughn, and Thomas Vaughan translated and edited, The Russian American ColoniesVolume three (Portland, Oregon Historical Society), Dumond, Don E., Archeology on the Alaska Peninsula: The Naknek Region,University of Oregon Anthropological Papers No.

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At this time, it was expanding further to the northeast. 2 Rein Taagepera, “An Overview of the Growth of the Russian Empire” in Michael Rywkin, ed., Russian Colonial Expansion.

Baranov rebuilt the settlement in Fort Ross was established in by the Russian-American Company as an outpost for sea otter hunters and a permanent trade base. Later, as part of the Russian settlements on the coast, an outpost was established on the Bodega Bay.

The company controlled all Russian trade and settlements in North America. During the winter of –, the Imperial Russian Navy sent two fleets to American waters to avoid their getting trapped if a war broke out with Britain and Americans at the time viewed this as an intervention on behalf of the Union, though some historians question this.

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Given the disorder and hysteria that was the Cold War, it has become somewhat passé for Americans (let alone the world) to remember that the American state of Alaska was once a colony of their "greatest enemy" the Russians.

While it's easy to chalk the end to Russia's colonial ambitions to the sheer size and isolation that Alaska is notorious for, it was not for a lack of trying. Since the. Basil Dmytryshyn, E.A.P. Crownhart-Vaughan, and Thomas Vaughan, The Russian American Colonies, A Documentary Record. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, To Siberia and Russian America: Three Centuries of Russian Eastward Expansion, Vol.

3: The Russian American Colonies, A Documentary Record by Basil Dmytryshyn, E. Crownhart-Vaughan, Thomas Vaughan (p. 75). In Alan Taylor, one of America’s most distinguished historians and a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, published a well-received book entitled “American Colonies.The Russian American ColoniesVolume Three, To Siberia and Russian America.

Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press. Dodd, E.H. “Alaskan Naval Radio Expedition, ” Journal of the American Society of Naval Engineers, Vol.See “A Confidential report from Nikolai P.

Rezanov to Minister of Commerce Nikolai P. Rumiantsev, Concerning Trade and Other Relations between Russian America, Spanish California and Hawaii” in The Russian American Colonies: To Siberia and Russian AmericaVolume 3 (Oregon: Oregon Historical Society Press),