Russian America, The Great Alaskan Venture 1741-1867
by Chevigny, Hector
New York: Viking Press, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. x, 274 pp, with maps, index, map endpapers. Ex-library with normal markings and light damage to endpapers, lightly bumped corners, dust soiling to top edge; else clean and sound. Dust jacket shows light shelf wear with one tape repair. From the dust jacket: "Americans at large are apt to forget that our forty-ninth state, Alaska, was first explored and settled by the Russians, who left a definite mark on the vast Northwest. Hector Chevigny's full-scale account of that phase of our continental history, based upon fresh material found in recent years, is a brilliant and exciting record of adventure and expansion. (Inventory #: 1895)
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