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The Resource So far from home : Russians in early California, edited by Glenn J. Farris

So far from home : Russians in early California, edited by Glenn J. Farris

Label
So far from home : Russians in early California
Title
So far from home
Title remainder
Russians in early California
Statement of responsibility
edited by Glenn J. Farris
Title variation
Russians in early California
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.891/71079418
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • facsimiles
Index
index present
LC call number
F864
LC item number
.S6425 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Farris, Glenn J
  • Santa Clara University (Calif.)
Series statement
A California legacy book
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Russians
  • Russians
  • Russians
  • Historic sites
  • Fort Ross (Calif.)
  • Fort Ross (Calif.)
  • Fort Ross (Calif.)
  • Fort Ross (Calif.)
  • Sonoma County (Calif.)
  • Sonoma County (Calif.)
  • Sonoma County (Calif.)
  • Sonoma County (Calif.)
  • California
  • California
  • California
  • California
  • Russia
  • Russia
  • Russia
Target audience
adult
Label
So far from home : Russians in early California, edited by Glenn J. Farris
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. High anxiety about Russians in the North Pacific and Spain's stimulus to settle Alta California, CA. 1768-1769 -- Junta held at San Blas to plan the occupation of Monterey Bay (May 16, 1768) -- 2. Sea otter poaching by Yankee shipmasters using Russians and Alaskan natives, starting in 1803 -- 3. Visit by Rezanov in 1806 to obtain supplies for Alaska : the start of a series of Russian visits to California -- Report from Rezanov to Rumiantsev concerning trade and other relations between Russian America, Spanish California, and Hawaii (June 17, 1806) -- Langsdorff on the Rezanov-Argüello romance (1806) -- Langsdorff's narrative of Rezanov's voyage to Nueva California (1806) -- Fr. Señán's reaction to Rezanov's voyage -- Follow-up letter from Rumiantsev to Stroganov suggesting the value of mutual trade between California and Russian America (April 20, 1808) -- 4. The Russian American Company moves into California -- Directions from Baranov to Kuskov as to his expedition to California (October 14, 1808) -- Report by Kuskov to Baranov of his expedition to "New Albion" (October 5/17, 1809) --Report from Luis Argüello to Governor Arrillaga (February 16, 1809) -- 5. Tarakanov and Chiefs Ióllo and Vallí :Éla and the negotiations for Fort Ross -- 6. Construction and early years of Fort Ross, 1812-1815 -- Fort Ross in its first year under Kuskov (post 1831) -- Luis Argüello's report to Governor Arrillaga of Lieutenant Moraga's visit to Fort Ross (September 7, 1812) -- Report of Gabriel Moraga and Gervasio Argüello's visit to Fort Ross (1914) -- Kuskov's response to governor Arrillaga's letter about the status of Fort Ross (1814) -- Equipment and supplies sent to Fort Ross (1812-1815) -- 7. Trade with California by the Russian American Company, particularly Khlebnikov -- Letters from Fr. Gil y Taboada to Khlebnikov (1825-1831) -- Khlebnikov's journal (July 18/29, 1824) -- 8. Story of the Brigantine Lydia/il'Mena -- Letter to Kuskov from Khlebnikov from the site of the wreck of the Il'mena (1820) -- 9. Russian round-the-world adventurers visit California, 1822-1824 -- Schabelski describes a visit of the Russian warship Apollon to California (1822-1823) -- Zavalishin's account of a visit to California aboard the Kreiser (1823-1824) -- The Russian-built "Kanaka Hotel," from Two Years Before the Mast /Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1840) -- 10. Russian and Kodiak deserters, captives, and martyrs : Bolcoff, Egorov, and St. Peter the Aleut
  • 11. Trips up the Russian (Slavianka) River (1820 and 1833) -- Khlebnikov on the Russian River (July 20/31, 1820) -- Wrangell on the Russian River (September 1833) -- 12. Botanists on Russian expeditions to California in 1816 and 1824 -- Alice Eastwood on the botanical collections of Chamisso and Eschscholtz in California (1944) -- The collections of Eschscholtz (1826) -- Excerpts from Chamisso's journal (1816) -- Fauna named by or for Russians (1984) -- 13. The transformation of Fort Ross's primary function from fur hunting to agriculture and light industry -- Governor Wrangell's report concerning a visit to Fort Ross (1833) -- Kostromitinov's report to the headquarters of the Russian American Company (July 31/August 10, 1833) -- Chernykh and the Scottish thresher at Fort Ross (1836-1841) -- Chernykh's report on agriculture in California (1841) -- 14. Russian interaction with the neighboring Indians -- Kostromitinov's observations on the Indians of Upper California (1839) -- Kashaya accounts of life at Fort Ross (1964) -- 15. Foreign visitors to Bodega Bay and Fort Ross -- Canonigo Fernández de San Vicente, accompanied by Fr. Payeras (1822) -- Auguste Bernard Duhaut-Cilly (1828) -- John Work, Michel Laframboise, and the Hudson's Bay Company Brigade (1833) -- Kashaya versions of the Hudson's Bay Company Brigade at Fort Ross (1833) -- Cyrille Pierre-Théodore Laplace's visit to Bodega Bay and Fort Ross (1839) -- Eugene Duflot de Mofras's travels on the Pacific Coast (1841) -- 16. The Russians leave Fort Ross -- A report on the economics of Fort Ross and the decision to sell (1842) -- Inventories of sale for Fort Ross, Bodega Bay, and neighboring ranchos (1841) -- Il'ya Gavrilovich Voznesenskii, Russian naturalist and ethnographer (1840-1841) -- Sandels's description of a visit to post-Russian Fort Ross (1843) -- 17. Russian rediscovery of Fort Ross -- Trip to Fort Ross by Bishop Nikilai (March 2/14, 1897) -- 18. The enduring romance of Fort Ross -- Excerpt from "Natalie Ivanhoff" (1902) -- 19. Story of the "Kodiak bell" at Mission San Fernando Rey -- A mysterious bell (1927) -- 20. Fort Ross in the Cold War, 1950-1951
Control code
ocn769990289
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 369 pages
Isbn
9781597141840
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2012018987
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
979.40049171 SO23 ; GE-G ; GE1702HEYDAY pav, RW.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, facsimiles
System control number
(OCoLC)769990289
Label
So far from home : Russians in early California, edited by Glenn J. Farris
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. High anxiety about Russians in the North Pacific and Spain's stimulus to settle Alta California, CA. 1768-1769 -- Junta held at San Blas to plan the occupation of Monterey Bay (May 16, 1768) -- 2. Sea otter poaching by Yankee shipmasters using Russians and Alaskan natives, starting in 1803 -- 3. Visit by Rezanov in 1806 to obtain supplies for Alaska : the start of a series of Russian visits to California -- Report from Rezanov to Rumiantsev concerning trade and other relations between Russian America, Spanish California, and Hawaii (June 17, 1806) -- Langsdorff on the Rezanov-Argüello romance (1806) -- Langsdorff's narrative of Rezanov's voyage to Nueva California (1806) -- Fr. Señán's reaction to Rezanov's voyage -- Follow-up letter from Rumiantsev to Stroganov suggesting the value of mutual trade between California and Russian America (April 20, 1808) -- 4. The Russian American Company moves into California -- Directions from Baranov to Kuskov as to his expedition to California (October 14, 1808) -- Report by Kuskov to Baranov of his expedition to "New Albion" (October 5/17, 1809) --Report from Luis Argüello to Governor Arrillaga (February 16, 1809) -- 5. Tarakanov and Chiefs Ióllo and Vallí :Éla and the negotiations for Fort Ross -- 6. Construction and early years of Fort Ross, 1812-1815 -- Fort Ross in its first year under Kuskov (post 1831) -- Luis Argüello's report to Governor Arrillaga of Lieutenant Moraga's visit to Fort Ross (September 7, 1812) -- Report of Gabriel Moraga and Gervasio Argüello's visit to Fort Ross (1914) -- Kuskov's response to governor Arrillaga's letter about the status of Fort Ross (1814) -- Equipment and supplies sent to Fort Ross (1812-1815) -- 7. Trade with California by the Russian American Company, particularly Khlebnikov -- Letters from Fr. Gil y Taboada to Khlebnikov (1825-1831) -- Khlebnikov's journal (July 18/29, 1824) -- 8. Story of the Brigantine Lydia/il'Mena -- Letter to Kuskov from Khlebnikov from the site of the wreck of the Il'mena (1820) -- 9. Russian round-the-world adventurers visit California, 1822-1824 -- Schabelski describes a visit of the Russian warship Apollon to California (1822-1823) -- Zavalishin's account of a visit to California aboard the Kreiser (1823-1824) -- The Russian-built "Kanaka Hotel," from Two Years Before the Mast /Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1840) -- 10. Russian and Kodiak deserters, captives, and martyrs : Bolcoff, Egorov, and St. Peter the Aleut
  • 11. Trips up the Russian (Slavianka) River (1820 and 1833) -- Khlebnikov on the Russian River (July 20/31, 1820) -- Wrangell on the Russian River (September 1833) -- 12. Botanists on Russian expeditions to California in 1816 and 1824 -- Alice Eastwood on the botanical collections of Chamisso and Eschscholtz in California (1944) -- The collections of Eschscholtz (1826) -- Excerpts from Chamisso's journal (1816) -- Fauna named by or for Russians (1984) -- 13. The transformation of Fort Ross's primary function from fur hunting to agriculture and light industry -- Governor Wrangell's report concerning a visit to Fort Ross (1833) -- Kostromitinov's report to the headquarters of the Russian American Company (July 31/August 10, 1833) -- Chernykh and the Scottish thresher at Fort Ross (1836-1841) -- Chernykh's report on agriculture in California (1841) -- 14. Russian interaction with the neighboring Indians -- Kostromitinov's observations on the Indians of Upper California (1839) -- Kashaya accounts of life at Fort Ross (1964) -- 15. Foreign visitors to Bodega Bay and Fort Ross -- Canonigo Fernández de San Vicente, accompanied by Fr. Payeras (1822) -- Auguste Bernard Duhaut-Cilly (1828) -- John Work, Michel Laframboise, and the Hudson's Bay Company Brigade (1833) -- Kashaya versions of the Hudson's Bay Company Brigade at Fort Ross (1833) -- Cyrille Pierre-Théodore Laplace's visit to Bodega Bay and Fort Ross (1839) -- Eugene Duflot de Mofras's travels on the Pacific Coast (1841) -- 16. The Russians leave Fort Ross -- A report on the economics of Fort Ross and the decision to sell (1842) -- Inventories of sale for Fort Ross, Bodega Bay, and neighboring ranchos (1841) -- Il'ya Gavrilovich Voznesenskii, Russian naturalist and ethnographer (1840-1841) -- Sandels's description of a visit to post-Russian Fort Ross (1843) -- 17. Russian rediscovery of Fort Ross -- Trip to Fort Ross by Bishop Nikilai (March 2/14, 1897) -- 18. The enduring romance of Fort Ross -- Excerpt from "Natalie Ivanhoff" (1902) -- 19. Story of the "Kodiak bell" at Mission San Fernando Rey -- A mysterious bell (1927) -- 20. Fort Ross in the Cold War, 1950-1951
Control code
ocn769990289
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 369 pages
Isbn
9781597141840
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2012018987
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
979.40049171 SO23 ; GE-G ; GE1702HEYDAY pav, RW.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, facsimiles
System control number
(OCoLC)769990289

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