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Russians in Alaska

Subject Source: Photosub

Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:

Interior of the Russian Church Cathedral of St. Michael., 1897

 Item — Photo box 6: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841418]
Identifier: PH001_0701

Cathedral of St. Michael in Sitka. This interior view shows "the larger and central sanctuary... that of the Archistrategos Michael. In the center is an elevated platform, seperated from the main vody of the church by a partition called the ikonostas, whi

Dates: 1897

Notes by W.D. Moore-Oldest Pioneer of Alaska living in 1941., undated

 Item — Photo box 1: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841368]
Identifier: PH001_0134

First store built at St. Michael by the Russian American Fur Co. in 1933. The logs came from Sitka already to put up on arrival. The Stockade (?) (?) and (?) all of logs were brought the same way. This house was never worked on as the the (?) (?) on the (

Dates: undated

Russian Block House-Sitka, Alaska., 1898

 Item — Photo box 6: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841418]
Identifier: PH001_0689

Old Russian Block House-Sitka, Alaska, for protection against the Indians, Sitka Kwan, of Tlingit people. Note the slit in upper part for firing trough with rifles. Door behind the tree, Embrasures for canon in outer sides of the building. The Middle Blo

Dates: 1898

Russian Orthodox Church at St. Michael, Alaska., 1917

 Item — Photo box 6: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841418]
Identifier: PH001_0687

St. Michael in 1917...during the Russian days -- " the settlement contained, about the year 1843, a barrack, a house for the managing agent, two magazines, a shed, bath-house, and kitchen...enclosed with a stockade 15 feet high, and protected by two block

Dates: 1917