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Fort Ross in 1946 A Russian fort during the time the Spaniards

Fort Ross in 1946 A Russian fort during the time the Spaniards


Fort Ross in 1946 - A Russian fort during the time the Spaniards were in San

... at Fort Ross in 1812. Russia's reach into North America

Pictured: The Fort Ross, a former Russian settlement in California. Photo: Pavel Koshkin

Russia's reach into North America once extended as far south as California, as shown by

Russia's reach into North America once extended as far south as California, as evidenced by this Russian Orthodox church in Fort Ross.

Russia looks east

Historic Images of Fort Ross from the museum on site.

Russians in the Bay Area

In the 1840s, Sutter had come into possession of Russian property on the coast at Fort Ross and Bodega. He purchased all the property which the Russians ...

How Russia's former colony in the US brought together Russia and America

Sutter's Fort

“Whereas ...

So instead I'm going to focus on four different aspects of Fort Ross' history: the Kashaya Tribe, the Russians, the Call Family, and the preservation ...

The reconstructed Russian Orthodox chapel at Fort Ross, CA, photo by Introvert

Time Line for Preservation Efforts of Fort Ross:


Fort Ross ...

Fort Ross forum: Fostering a new dialogue between Russia and the US

Buildings at Fort Ross:

William H. Seward's globe, seen in his Auburn, New York home, depicting

Buildings at Fort Ross:

Through the lens of history: When Russia and the US were allies

The 'soft gold' of the sea otter was what drew so many Russians to

What's missing in the telling of this history? Painting image via www.shutterstock.com

The Civil War era to the twentieth century – 1861 to 1900[edit]

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Native American history

History of Russian populism provides important lessons for today

1812 – Russian Colonists planted grapes at Fort Ross (Sonoma Coast.

Battle of Manila (1945)

Denali is the highest peak in North America, and the argument over its name symbolizes the U.S. relationship with Alaska's Natives.


The Russian Empire established their largest settlement in California at Fort Ross in 1812

While the U.S. treated Alaska's Native population much better than the Russians, it's still been

Russians won't be taken for a ride: The Imperial Riding School, ...

The Russian Orthodox Church at the village of Old Harbor on Kodiak Island. (Loren

American Indian Movement members and U.S. authorities meeting to resolve the 1973 standoff at Wounded Knee

Timeline Alaska History Russians in Alaska

Rossgarten Gate, now a restaurant

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Suspected Protestants being tortured as heretics during the Spanish Inquisition.

Time Line for Preservation Efforts of Fort Ross:

The California Governor's Mansion as seen in 1981. It was bombed in 1917.

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Acoma Pueblo (New Mexico), one of many Pueblo Indian communities occupied by the

8 Service Flying Training School, RCAF, which operated from 23 December 1940 until the school was relocated to RCAF Station Weyburn, Saskatchewan on 24 ...

Spanish contact in British Columbia and Alaska.

In 1812 he founded the Russian in Spanish Fort Ross California to Alaska food supply. Earth Russians in the best traditions of European colonizers bought ...

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With large oceans to the east and west, America's geography often allowed the United States

Another look at the Russian Orthodox Church as well as a couple of cannons. Sometime after the Russians left in 1841 Governor Vallejo, whose headquarters ...

Vasco Núñez de Balboa claiming possession of the Pacific Ocean and the lands that touch it.

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President Dwight Eisenhower signs a proclamation admitting Alaska as the 49th state on Jan. 3

July 4 on Sacramento River 2002

When Russia Colonized California: Celebrating 200 Years of Fort Ross

Our contemporary photo shows the original lavanderia still in place in front of the mission. The mission's second bell tower is obscured by the tree.

Napoleon finally led the attack personally and after the capitulation of the occupation on 1 June 1800 he ordered the demolition of the fort.

Time Line for Preservation Efforts of Fort Ross:

The silhouette of a protruding Spanish-style balcony can be seen at upper left. Schultheis may have taken this overhead shot from another balcony.

Despite what the sign in front of the Visitor Center says, the primary reason the Russians established Fort Ross was to hunt sea otters; and the secondary ...

Euro-American settlers assembling at the border of Oklahoma Territory, preparing to stake claims

1938 Image of the Completed Model from the South

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Without realizing it, they were also documenting the newly reinvented Santa Barbara, now fully committed to honoring, and capitalizing on, its Spanish ...

Hostility from Hispanic California and free-spirited westward-roaming American pioneers was not the only issue the Russians at Fort Ross ...

I took this photo again after finding a reflection of my camera's flash from the glass over this bulletin board, but didn't move far enough to the left.


Plains bullboats, in Mih-tutta-Hangkusch, a Mandan Village, one of

V-J Day celebration in San Francisco ..August 14-15 1945 End of World · '

The bear's head spout is a re-creation, but may have been original at the time Schultheis took his photo. The mountain lion spout, pictured below, ...

Mapping the Spread of Words Along Trade Routes

Ellis' saloon in Yerba Buena, the place to get a real stiff

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The Annenberg Collection: Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

Paradise lost: Native Americans in the Yosemite Valley, California, c.1870.

... conflicts between white settlers and Native Americans — established a military presence throughout Washington Territory. Fort Steilacoom, shown here in ...

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WW2 Coastal radar station locations

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Powerhouse of learning: the Russian Academy of Sciences [synthart.livejournal.com]

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William H. Seward (From the collections of the Seward House Museum - Auburn,