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In Alaska In 1863, Prince Dimitri Maksoutoff became the last Alaska chief manager of the Russian American Company. In 1903, the B.M. Behrends Mercantile Company was incorporated in Juneau. In 1959, Phil...

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In search of Baranov

...KARGOPOL, Russia - Not many Russians have heard of the town of Kargopol, the birthplace of Alexander Baranov, who was chief manager of the Russian American Co. from 1790 to 1818. The small town of 12,000 is located 650 miles northwest of Moscow...

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Local father and son publish Baranov biography

...Elton Engstrom and Allan Engstrom. Hardcover. 227 pages. $39.95. Aleksandr Andreevich Baranov (1746-1819), chief manager of the Shelikhov and Russian American Company settlements in North America from 1790 to 1818, is sometimes casually...

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This Day in History

...the World Sound off on the important issues at In Alaska In 1863, Prince Dimitri Maksoutoff became the last Alaska chief manager of the Russian American Company. In 1903, the B.M. Behrends Mercantile Co. was incorporated in Juneau. In 1974...

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The search for a piece of Russian America

...of the Moscow Historical Society of Russian America, set off in search of the roots of Alexander Baranov, who was chief manager of the Russian American Co. from 1790 to 1818. Their trip took them to Kargopol, Russia, Baranov's birthplace...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010506/loc_20060105022.shtml
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Local travels to celebration of Russian-American relations

...sailed into St. Paul's harbor at Kodiak with desperately needed supplies. He had struck up a friendship with Russian Chief Manager Alexander Baranov two years before and promised to return to Kodiak to help provision the struggling colony. This...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/121407/nei_20071214001.shtml
Neighbors
Wrangell fortunate to have a couple as caring as the Nolans

...Tlingit, Russian, British and American. Exhibits in the new museum highlight the culture of each. In 1834, the chief manager of the Russian-American Company, Baron Ferdinand Petrovich von Wrangell, ordered a stockade, Redoubt Saint Dionysius...

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Opinion
This Day in History

In Alaska ? In 1863, Prince Dimitri Maksoutoff became the last Alaska chief manager of the Russian American Co. ? In 1903, the B.M. Behrends Mercantile Co. was incorporated in Juneau. ? In 1959, Phil Holdsworth...

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Historic perspective

...even in Russian." Some of those documents include translations of handwritten material by Alexandr Baranov, the chief manager of the influential Russian-American Co. that warred with the Tlingits. The documents helped shed light on the events...

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Top man on Sitka totem pole could receive his clothes back

...he added. Sitka was the base of operations for fur traders with the Russian-American Company of which Baranov was chief manager. The period was marked by bloody skirmishes among the Russians, the Tlingits and rival traders from Britain's Hudson...

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