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The Opening Of The Maritime Fur Trade At Bering Strait

John R. Bockstoce

The Opening Of The Maritime Fur Trade At Bering Strait

Americans And Russians Meet The Kanhigmiut In Kotzebue Sound (Transactions of the American Philosophical ... of the American Philosophical Society)

by John R. Bockstoce

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Published by American Philosophical Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International - General,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • 19th century,
  • Alaska,
  • Fur trade,
  • History,
  • Merchant ships,
  • Russia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11109279M
    ISBN 100871699516
    ISBN 109780871699510

      His new book is likely to attain similar status for its comprehensive reconstruction of native trade relations across the Bering Strait in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the natives' long, ultimately unsuccessful struggle to maintain control in the face of increasing engagement by Russian, British, and American maritime : Stephen Haycox.   Reference & Research Book News: Article Type: Book Review: Date: Nov 1, Words: Previous Article: The opening of the maritime fur trade at Bering Strait; Americans and Russians meet the Kanjigmiut in Kotzebue Sound. Next Article: Women's roles during the Renaissance. Topics.

    The Bering Strait formed the nexus of the circumpolar fur trade in which Russians, British, Americans, and members of fifty native nations competed and cooperated. The desire to dominate the fur trade fed the European expansion into the most remote regions of Asia and America and was an agent of massive change in these regions.   The shared U.S.-Russian maritime border and the narrow Bering Strait will very likely see an increase in economic activity as nations and the private sector explore natural resource development.

    The opening of the maritime fur trade at Bering Strait: Americans and Russians meet the Kanhiġmiut in Kotzebue Sound, Vol Part 1. American Philosophical Society. p. 1. American Philosophical Society. p. 1.   San Francisco, a city central to early U.S. fur trade, just banned fur sales according to “The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait” by John R. Bockstoce. A book.


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Makes a significant contribution to our knowledge of the early maritime trade in the northern Pacific in general, & in the Bering Strait area in particular. THE MARITIME FUR TRADE WAS AN IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL FORCE IN THE Bering Strait region from the early nineteenth century until the out break of the Second World War; nevertheless, its origins are not well under stood.

But two important documents?which have received little scholarly attention?shed considerable light on the genesis of this trade. These man.

The Opening Of The Maritime Fur Trade At Bering Strait Americans And Russians Meet The Kanhigmiut In Kotzebue Sound (Transactions of the American Philosophical of the American Philosophical Society) by John R.

Bockstoce ISBN ISBN Paperback; American Philosophical Society; ISBN   The opening of the maritime fur trade at Bering Strait; Americans and Russians meet the Kanjigmiut in Kotzebue Sound.

The opening of the maritime fur trade at Bering Strait: Americans and Russians meet the Kan̳hiġmiut in Kotzebue Sound. Responsibility John R. Bockstoce. Imprint Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, Physical description 78 p. Series Transactions of the American Philosophical Society v.

95, pt. Makes a significant contribution to our knowledge of the early maritime trade in the northern Pacific in general, & in the Bering Strait area in particular. The maritime fur trade was an important commercial force in the Bering Strait region from the early 19th cent.

until the outbreak of WW2; nevertheless, its origins are not well understood. This comprehensive history of the native and maritime fur trade in Alaska during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is without precedent.

The Bering Strait formed the nexus of the circumpolar fur trade in which Russians, British, Americans, and members of fifty native nations competed and by: The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait: Americans and Russians meet the Kan̳hiġmiut in Kotzebue Sound.

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, v. 95, pt. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, v. 95, pt. This comprehensive history of the native and maritime fur trade in Alaska during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is without precedent.

The Bering Strait formed the nexus of the circumpolar fur trade in which Russians, British, Americans, and members of fifty native nations competed and cooperated. The desire to dominate the fur trade fed the European.

Part 1 The origins of the fur Trade in the Bering Strait Region 1. 1 The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait 3. 2 Trapping and Hunting for Marketable Furs 3 The Russian Expansion toward Alaska Author: John R.

Bockstoce. The Bering Strait formed the nexus of the circumpolar fur trade in which Russians, British, Americans, and members of fifty native nations competed and cooperated.

The desire to dominate the fur trade fed the European expansion into This comprehensive history of the native and maritime fur trade in Alaska during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is without /5(6). The opening of the maritime fur trade at Bering Strait: Americans and Russians meet the Kan̳hiġmiut in Kotzebue Sound.

The history of the fur trade traces back to Danish captain Vitus Jonassen Bering’s expedition in Bering and his crew suffered a shipwreck on the Commander Islands in the Russian far east.

They discovered the sea otters that they hunted for survival were extremely valuable and took sea otter pelts to Russia. Furs and Frontiers in the Far North: The Contest among Native and Foreign Nations for the Bering Strait Fur Trade. This comprehensive history of the native and maritime fur trade in Alaska during the eighteenth and.

$   Bockstoce has a new book coming out soon titled, Furs and Frontiers in the Far North: The Contest among Native and Foreign Nations for Control of the Intercontinental Bering Strait Fur Trade.

The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade must be an early product of the research for this. The General San Martin’s cruise began in Hawaii. 1 The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait (pp.

) As a summer fog lifted in Bering Strait on Jthe American trading brig General San Martín lay near the towering, flat-topped island that would be known as Big Diomede.

With expert scholarship and a keen eye for detail, Bockstoce provides the first analysis of the historic competition among the Russians, British, and Americans for control of Alaska. This comprehensive history of the native and maritime fur trade in Alaska during the Price: $ The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait: Americans and Russians Meet the Kanhigmiut in Kotzebue Sound avg rating — 0 ratings — published /5.

The shared U.S.-Russian maritime border and the narrow Bering Strait will very likely see an increase in economic activity as nations and the private sector explore natural resource development, develop shipping routes and vessel traffic lanes, and pursue fishing stocks in the Arctic.

A new CSIS report, Maritime Futures: The Arctic and The Bering Strait Region. "Furs and Frontiers is a well-researched, dispassionate study, devoid of biassed judgments that crop up frequently in studies of white-native relations This is an excellent study which adds greatly to the existing historiography of the maritime fur trade of the North Pacific and Bering Sea.".On his first voyage, inBering sailed through a body of water later named for him, the Bering Strait.

On his second voyage, inhe became the first European explorer to discover Alaska. The results of this expedition led to a rush for furs, particularly sea otter, and Kamchatka became a staging ground for many subsequent voyages.The Origins of the Fur Trade in the Bering Strait region The Opening of the Maritime Fur Trade at Bering Strait --Trapping and Hunting for Marketable Furs --The Russian Expansion toward Alaska --Marketing the Furs --The Russian-British Rivalry in Northern Alaska --The Russians move north --The British response --Mikhailovsky Redoubt --The.