Alaska's Maritime History

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Books

Adney, Edwin Tappan and Howard I. Chappelle. The Bark Canoes and Skin Boats of North America, 2nd edition .Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1983.

Alaska Steamship Company. “A Review of Alaska Steam’s First 65 Years,” The Alaska Liner, Vol. 2, No. 1 (July 1969).

Alaska Transportation Company. Summary of the Alaska Shipping Problem. Seattle, 1947.

Aldrich, Herbert L. Arctic Alaska and Siberia: Eight Months with the Arctic Whalemen. Chicago: Rand, McNally, and Co, 1889.

Alekseev, Aleksandr Ivanovich. The Odyssey of a Russian Scientist: I.G. Voznesenskii in Alaska, California, and Siberia, 1839-1849. ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Wilma C. Follette. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1987.

__________. The Destiny of Russian America, 1741-1867, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Marina Ramsay. Kingston, Ontario: The Limestone Press, 1990.

Allen, Arthur James. A Whaler and Trader in the Arctic: 1895-1944: My Life with the Bowhead. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing Co., 1978.

Allen, Everett S. Children of the Light: The Rise and Fall of New Bedford Whaling and the Death of the Arctic Fleet. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1973.

American Geographical Society. “Whaling off the Alaska Coast, From the Journal of Jack Hadley of Point Barrow, Alaska,” Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Vol. XLVII, No 12 (1915), 907-912.

Andrews, Clarence L. “Alaska Whaling,” Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol IX, No 1 (January 1918), 3-10.

__________. “Marine Disasters of the Alaska Route,” Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol XVII, No 1 (January 1916), 21-37.

__________. “Russian Shipbuilding in the American Colonies,” Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol XXV, No 1 (January 1933), 3-10.

Andrews, Ralph W. and A.K. Larssen. Fish and Ships. Seattle: Superior Publishing Co., 1959.

Armstrong, Terrence. Northern Sea Routes .Cambridge England: Cambridge University Press, 1952.

Arndt, Katherine. Records of the Russian-American Company: Calendar of Communications Received by Chief Managers, 1836-1845. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Department of History, 1993.

Arndt, Katherine, trans. “Documentation: Memorandum of Captain 2nd Rank Golovnin on the Condition of the Aleuts in the Settlements of the Russian-American Company and on its Promyshlenniki”, Alaska History, 1/2 (Fall/Winter 1985), 59-71.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe. History of Alaska: 1730-1885. Darien, CT: Hafner Publishers, 1970.

Barman, Jean. The West beyond the West: A History of British Columbia. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Barratt, Glynn. “A Note on Trade Between Oahu and the Russian Northwest Coast, 1806-1826,” in Richard A. Pierce (ed.), Russia in North America: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Russian America, Sitka, Alaska: August 19-22, 1987. Fairbanks, Alaska: The Limestone Press, 1990.

__________. Russia in Pacific Waters, 1715-1825: A Survey of the Origins of Russia's Naval Presence in the North and South Pacific. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1981.

Barry, Mary J. “Captain Joseph Bernard, Arctic Trader,” The Alaska Journal, Vol. 3, No 4 (Autumn 1973), 246-250.

Beaglehole, J.C., The Life of Captain James Cook. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1974.

Beaman, Libby. Libby: The Alaskan Diaries and Letters of Libby Beaman, 1879-1880, As presented by her Granddaughter Betty John. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987.

Beaton, Wilford, ed. North Pacific Ports: The Pacific Shipping Year Book. Seattle: Terminal Publishing Co., 1914-1915.

Beechey, Frederick W. Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering’s Strait. Reprint edition. New York: DaCapo Press, 1969.

Belcher, Sir Edward. H.M.S. Sulphur on the Northwest and California Coasts, 1837 and 1839: The Accounts of Captain Edward Belcher and Midshipman Francis Guillemard Simpkinson, eds Richard A. Pierce and John H. Winslow. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1979.

Bell, F. Heward. The Pacific Halibut: The Resource and Fishery. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing, 1981.

Belov, M.I. Russians in the Bering Strait, 1648-1791. Translated by Katerina Solovjova. Anchorage: White Stone Press, 2000.

Bergsland, Knut and Dirks, Moses L. (eds.). Unangam Ungiikangin Kayux Tunusangin=Unangam Uniikangis Ama Tunuzangis=Aleut Tales and Narratives. Collected 1909-1910 by Waldamar Jochelson .Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1990.

Berkh, Vasilii Nikolaevich. A Chronological History of the Discovery of the Aleutian Islands: or, the Exploits of Russian Merchants: with a Supplement of Historical Data on the Fur Trade, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Dmitri Krenov. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1974.

Berkh, Vasilii Nikolaevich and Golovnin, V. M. The Wreck of the Neva as Narrated in the Description of the Unfortunate Shipwreck of the Frigate Neva of the Russian American Company and the Loss of the Russian-American Ship Neva on the Northwestern Shore of America, Near Cape Edgecumbe, on the Latitude of 57 11', on the 9th of January, 1813., ed. Robert Shalkop, trans. Antoinette Shalkop. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Historical Society and the Sitka Historical Society, 1979.

__________. Atka: An Ethnohistory of the Western Aleutians, ed. Richard A. Pierce. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1984.

__________. “The Yup'ik of Western Alaska and Russian Impact”, Etudes Inuit Studies Supplementary Issue, 8 (1984), 21-.

Best, Gerald M. Ships and Narrow Gauge Rails: The Story of the Pacific Coast Company. Berkeley, CA: Howell-North, 1964.

Beverly, James. “The Alaska Fisherman and the Paradox of Assimilation: Progress, Power, and the Preservation of Culture.” Native Press Research Journal 5 (1987), 2-25.

Black, J.J. “To Siberia and Russian America: Three Centuries of Eastward Expansion”, Arctic, 44/1 (Mar 1991), 89-90.

Black, Lydia and Desson, Dominique. Early Russian Contact. Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 191; Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Historical Studies Commission, 1986.

Black, Lydia. “Russia's American Adventure”, Natural History, /December (1989), 46-57.

__________. The History and Ethnohistory of the Aleutians East Borough, eds Richard A. Pierce, Katherine Arndt, and Sarah McGowan. Alaska History, 49; Fairbanks, Alaska: The Limestone Press, 1999.

__________. Russians in Alaska, 1732-1867. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2004.

__________. “Studies in Russian America: State of the Art”, Pacifica, 1/1 (Jan 1989), 27-45.

__________. “Creoles in Russian America”, Pacifica, 2/2 (Nov 1990), 142-55.

Bockstoce, John R. “An Issue of Survival: Bowhead vs. Tradition,” Audubon, Vol 79, No 5 (Sept 1977).

__________. “Eskimo Whaling in Alaska,” Alaska Magazine, Vol 43, No 9 (Sept 1977).

__________. “History of Commercial Whaling in Arctic Alaska,” Alaska Geographic, Vol 5, No 4 (1978).

__________. Steam Whaling in the Arctic. New Bedford, Mass: Old Dartmouth Historical Society, 1977.

__________. Whales, Ice, and Men: The History of Whaling in the Western Arctic. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986.

Bodfish, Capt. Hartson H. Chasing the Bowhead. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1936.

Bolkhovitinov, N.N. “Sale of Alaska in the Context of Russian-American Relations in the Nineteenth Century”, Pacifica, 2/2 (Nov 1990), 156-71.

Boraas, Alan, “Bad Men and Baranoff”, Anchorage Times, )March 8, 9, & 10 1989).

__________. “What Are We Celebrating Anyway?"', Heritage: Quarterly Newsletter of the Office of History and Archeology, July-September/49 (1991).

__________. “The Dena'ina, Russians, and the Indigenous Enlightenment of Cook Inlet”, Pratt Museum Newsletter, (1993), 2-3.

Brogan, Judith (ed.), Chugach Legends: Stories and Photographs of the Chugach Region. Anchorage, Alaska: Chugach Alaska Corporation, 1984.

Brooks, Alfred Hulse. Blazing Alaska’s Trails. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1953.

Brown, C.M. Aids to Navigation in Alaska History. Anchorage: Office of History and Archaeology, Alaska Division of Parks, 1974.

Busch, Briton Cooper. The War Against the Seals: A History of the North American Seal Fishery. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1985.

Busch, Briton C. and Barry M. Gough, eds. Fur Traders from New England: the Boston Men in the North Pacific, 1787-1800: The Narratives of William Dane Phelps, William Sturgis & James Gilchrist Swan. Spokane: Arthur H. Clark, 1997.

Burroughs, John. Harriman Alaska Expedition. Vol. 1, Narrative of the Expedition. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1902.

Butler, Robert Gordon. “Where the Ice Never Melts: The Cruise of the U.S. Steamer THETIS in 1889,” Scribner’s Magazine, Vol IX, No 52 (April 1891), 477-488.

Calkins, R.H. High Tide: The Story of Seattle’s Waterfront. Seattle: The Marine Digest, 1952.

Campbell, Charles S. Jr. “The Bering Sea Settlements of 1892,” Pacific Historical Review, Vol 32 (1963), 347-368.

Carberry, Michael E. Patterns of the Past: An Inventory of Anchorage’s Heritage Resources. Anchorage: Municipality of Anchorage, Historic Landmarks Preservation Commission, 1979.

Carlson, Phyllis D. “Alaska’s First Census: 1880,” The Alaska Journal, Vol 1, No 1 (1971), 48.

Carter, Robert Randolph. Searching for the Franklin Expedition: the Arctic Journal of Robert Randolph Carter, edited by Harold B. Gill, Jr. and Joanne Young. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1998.

Caruthers, J. Wade, “The Sea-borne Frontier on the Northwest Coast, 1778-1850,” Journal of the West, Vol 10, No 2 (April 1971), 221-252.

Chaffin, Tom. Sea of Gray: The Around-the-World Odyssey of the Confederate Raider Shenandoah. New York: Hill and Wang, 2006.

Chevigny, Hector. Russian America: The Great Alaskan Venture, 1741-1867. New York: Viking, 1965.

Clark, Donald Woodforde. "On a Clear Day You Can See Back to 1885": Ethnohistory and Historical Archaeology on the Southeastern Side of Kodiak Island, Alaska. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1987.

Clark, Neil M. “Ships North to Alaska’s Coast,” Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Vol XXIII, No 4 (Fall 1973), 32-41.

Coates, Kenneth C. “Cook and Russian America: Reflections on the Legacy of Cook's Third Voyage to the Pacific”, Pacifica, 2/2 (Nov 1990), 88-103.

__________. The Sinking of the Princess Sophia: Taking the North Down With Her. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1991.

Cochran, C.S., “The Bear,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol LV (May 1929), 411-416.

Cole, Terrence, “Odyssey of a Russian Scientist: I.G. Voznesenskii in Alaska, California, and Siberia, 1839-1849”, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 80/1 (Jan 1989), 37-.

Cook, Capt John A. and Samson S. Pederson. Thar She Bows: Chasing Whales in the Arctic. Boston: Chapman and Grimes, 1937.

Cook, Warren. Flood Tide of Empire: Spain and the Pacific Northwest, 1543-1819 . New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1973.

Corney, Peter. Early Voyages in the North Pacific, 1813-1818. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1965.

Coxe, William. Account of the Russian Discoveries between Asia and America .Originally published 1787. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1966.

Crain, Mel, “When the Navy Ruled Alaska,” U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol 81, No 2 (February 1955), 198-203.

Cutter, Donald C., “Malaspina’s Grand Expedition,” in The Malaspina Expedition: “In the Pursuit of Knowledge.,” Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1977.

Dalby, Milton A. The Sea Saga of Dynamite Johnny O’Brien. Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, 1933.

Dalton, Anthony. Baychimo: Arctic Ghost Ship . Victoria, BC: Heritage House Publishing, 2006.

Davydov, G. I. Two Voyages to Russian America, 1802-1807, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Colin Bearne . Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1977.

De Armond, Robert N. “Enemy Fleet Off Sitka”, Alaska Life, 10/1 (Jan 1947), 20-21.

__________. “Kloshe Wa-Wa”. Alaska History News, 23/2 (Spring 1992), 11-.

__________. ed. Lady Franklin Visits Sitka, Alaska, 1870. Anchorage: Alaska Historical Society, 1981.

__________. USS Saginaw in Alaska Waters, 1867-1868. Fairbanks: Limestone Press, 1997.

Dean, David M. “Salmon and Sermons: Archdeacon Hudson Stuck and the Yukon River Controversy, 1918-1921,” Journal of the West (October 1970), 552-556.

Dean, Jonathan R. “’Their Nature and Qualities Unchanged:’ Russian Occupation and Tlingit Resistance, 1802-1867”, Alaska History, 9/1 (Spring 1994), 1-17.

Divin, Vasillii A. The Great Russian Navigator, A.I. Chirikov. Translated and annotated by Raymond H. Fisher. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1993.

Dixon, E. James. Bones, Boats & Bison: Archaeology and the First Colonization of Western North America. Albuquerque, NM: The University of New Mexico Press, 1999.

__________. Quest for the Origins of the First Americans. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1993.

Dixon, George. A Voyage Round the World; But More Particularly to the North-West Coast of America: Performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, in The King George and the Queen Charlotte, Captains Portlock and Dixon. London: George Goulding, 1789.

Dmytryshyn, Basil and Crownhart-Vaughn, E.A.P. (eds.). The End of Russian America: Captain P.N. Golovnin's Last Report, 1862. Portland: Oregon Historical Society, 1979.

Dmytryshyn, Basil, Crownhart-Vaughn, E.A.P., and Vaughn, Thomas (eds.). The Russian American Colonies: A Documentary Record, 1798-1867. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1989.

Drewance, George. “The Bear Went to the Rescue,” Alaska Sportsman, Vol VII, No 2 (November 1941), 16-18, 20-24.

Dunmore, John. Who's Who in Pacific Navigation. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1991.

Durham, Bill. Canoes and Kayaks of Western North America. Seattle: Copper Canoe Press, 1960.

Durham, Floyd E. Ancient and Current Methods of Taking the Bowhead Whale. Anchorage: University of Alaska Sea Grant Program, 1974.

D'Wolf, John. A Voyage in the North Pacific. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1968.

Dyson, George. Baidarka. Edmonds, Washington: Alaska Northwest Publishing, 1986.

Eberhardt, Frank J. “The Promyshleniki”, Alaska Life, 8/3 (Mar 1945), 57-59.

Evans, Howard V. ‘The Nootka Sound Controversy in Anglo-French Diplomacy—1790,’ Journal of Modern History, 46, no. 4 (Dec 1974), 609-40.

Farris, Glenn. “Russian Sloop "Apollo" in the North Pacific in 1822”, Sibirica, 1/1 (1993-94), 47-70.

Fedorova, Svetlana. The Population of Russian America, 1799-1867: The Russian Population of Alaska and California, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Richard A. Pierce and Alton S. Donnelly. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1973.

__________. Ethnic Processes in Russian America, ed. and trans. by Antoinette Shalkop. Occasional Papers, 1; Anchorage: Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, 1975.

Fisher, Raymond H. Records of the Russian-American Company: Calendar of Communications Received by Chief Managers, 1802, 1817-1835. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Department of History, 1990.

__________. “Russia's Two Eastern Frontiers: Siberia and Russian America”, Pacifica, 2/2 (Nov 1990), 24-34.

__________ (ed). The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in 1648: Bering’s Precursor, with Selected Documents. London: Hakluyt Society, 1981.

Fisher, Robin. Contact and Conflict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, 1774-1890. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1992.

Fisher, Robin and Johnston, Hugh (eds.). From Maps to Metaphors: The Pacific World of George Vancouver. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1993.

Foote, Don Charles. “American Whalemen in the Northwest Arctic, Alaska,” Arctic Anthropology, Vol 2, No 2, (1964), 16-21.

Fortuine, Robert. Chills and Fever: Health and Disease in the Early History of Alaska. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1989.

__________. “Ship's Surgeons and Naturalists in the Early History of Alaska. Part 3: Voyages for Empire and the Northwest Passage, 1814-1854”, Alaska Medicine, 26 (Oct/Dec 1984), 117-.

Franchere, Gabriel. A Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America. New York: Citadel Press, 1968.

Freeburn, Laurance. The Silver Years of the Alaska Canned Salmon Industry: An Album of Historical Photos. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing Co, 1975.

Frost, O.W. (ed.). Bering and Chirikov: The American Voyages and their Impact. Anchorage: Alaska Historical Society, 1992.

Frost, Orcutt. Bering: The Russian Discovery of Alaska. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2003.

Galbraith, John S. The Hudson’s Bay Company as an Imperial Factor, 1821-1869. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957.

Gay, James Thomas. “Bering Sea Controversy: Harrison, Blaine and Cronyism,” The Alaska Journal, Vol 3, No 1 (Winter 1973), 12-19.

Gibbs, George S. “Transportation Methods in Alaska,” National Geographic, Vol XVII, No 2 (February 1906), 69-82.

Gibbs, James A. Sentinels of the North Pacific . Portland, OR: Binford & Mort, 1955.

Gibbs, Jim. Disaster Log of Ships. Seattle: Superior Publishing Co, 1971.

Gibson, James R. “Colonial Russian America,” in Russia’s American Colony, ed. by S. Frederick Starr. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987.

__________. Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods: The Maritime Fur Trade of the Northwest Coast, 1785-1841. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992.

__________. “Russian Dependence on the Natives of Alaska,” in Russia’s American Colony, ed. by S. Frederick Starr. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987.

__________. “The Sale of Russian America to the United States,” in Russia’s American Colony, ed. by S. Frederick Starr. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987.

__________. “'Sitka-Kyakhta vs. Sitka-Canton: Russian-America and the China Market”, Pacifica, 2/2 (Nov 1990), 35-79.

__________. “The Significance of Cook's Third Voyage to Russian Tenure in the North Pacific”, Pacific Studies, 1/2 (Spring 1978), 119-46.

Gilbert, Benjamin Franklin. “The Confederate Raider Shenandoah: The Elusive Destroyer of the Pacific and the Arctic,” Journal of the West, Vol IV, No 2 (April 1965), 169-182.

Goetzmann, William H. and Kay Sloan. Looking Far North: The Harriman Expedition to Alaska, 1899. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982.

Goldenberg, L.A. “Geodesist Gvozdev Was Here in 1732: Eighteenth Century Cartographic Traditions in the Representation of the Discoveries of the Bering Strait”, Polar Geography and Geology, 7 (July-Sept 1983), 214.

__________. Gvozdev: The Russian Discovery of Alaska in 1732. Edited by James L. Smith. Anchorage, Alaska: White Stone Press, 1990.

Golder, Frank A. “Attitude of the Russian Government towards Alaska”, Alaska Journal, 1/2 (Spring 1971), 53-55.

__________. Bering’s Voyages. 2 vols. Originally published 1922. Reprint edition. New York: American Geographical Society, Octagon Books, 1968.

__________. Russian Expansion on the Pacific, 1641-1850. Originally published 1917. Reprint edition. New York: Paragon Books, 1971.

__________. “A Survey of Alaska, 1743-1799,” Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol 4, No 2 (April 1913), 83-95.

Goodwin, Helen Durrie. “Shipbuilding in the Pacific Northwest,” Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol 2 (July 1920), 183-201.

Golovin, Pavel N. Civil and Savage Encounters: The Worldly Travel Letters of an Imperial Russian Navy Officer, 1860-1861, trans. Basil Dmytryshyn and E.A.P. Crownhart-Vaughn. Portland: Western Imprints, 1983.

Gough, Barry. “British-Russian Rivalry and the Search for the Northwest Passage in the early 19th Century,” Polar Record, 23/144 (Sept 1986), 301-17.

__________. The Royal Navy and the Northwest Coast of North America, 1810-1914. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1971.

Greene, Ruth. Personality Ships of British Columbia. West Vancouver, BC: Marine Tapestry Publications, Ltd, 1971.

Gsovski, Vladimir. Russian Administration of Alaska and the Status of the Alaska Natives. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950.

Gunther, Erna. Indian Life on the Northwest Coast of North America as Seen by the Early Explorers and Fur Traders during the Last Decades of the Eighteenth Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972.

Hacking, Norman R. and W. Kaye Lamb. The Princess Story: A Century and a Half of West Coast Shipping. Vancouver, BC: Mitchell Press, Ltd, 1975.

Hanable, William S. “New Russia”, Alaska Journal, 3/2 (Spring 1973), 77-80.

__________. “Teaching Alaska History: Why and With What?” M.A. thesis, Alaska Methodist University, Anchorage, AK, 1975.

__________. “When Quarterdeck Was Capitol,” The Alaska Journal, Vol VIII, No 4 (Autumn 1978), 320-325.

Haycox, Stephen. Alaska: An American Colony. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2002.

Hayes, Derek. Historical Atlas of the Pacific Northwest: Maps of Exploration and Discovery—British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Yukon. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 1999.

Hegarty, Reginald B. and Philip F. Pullington. Returns of Whaling Vessels Sailing from American Ports…1876-1928. New Bedford, Mass: Old Dartmouth Historical Society, 1959.

Herron, Edward A. Dynamite Johnny: Alaska’s Sea Captain. New York: Julian Messner, 1962.

Hewes, Gordon W. “Aboriginal Use of Fishery Resources in Northwestern North America,” (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, 1947).

Hinkley, Ted C. The Americanization of Alaska, 1867-1897. California: Pacific Books, 1972.

__________. The Canoe Rocks: Alaska’s Tlingit and the Euroamerican Frontier, 1800-1912. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996.

__________. “The U.S. Frontier at Sitka, 1867-1873,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Vol LX (April 1969), 57-65.

Hill, Beth. The Remarkable World of Frances Barkley, 1769-1845. Sidney, British Columbia: Gray's Publishing, 1978.

Holmberg, Johann Heinrich. Ethnographic Sketches of the Peoples of Russian America, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Richard A. Pierce. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1974.

Howay, Frederic William. The Ballad of the Bold Northwesternman: An Incident in the Life of Captain John Kendrick”, Washington Historical Quarterly, 20 (1929), 114-23.

__________. The Dixon-Meares Controversy. Toronto, Ontario: The Ryerson Press, 1929.

Howay, Judge F.R.S.C. A List of Trading Vessels in the Maritime Fur Trade, 1785-1825, ed. Richard A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1973).

Hunt, William. Alaska: A Bicentennial History. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 1976.

__________. Arctic Passage: The Turbulent History of the Land and People of the Bering Sea, 1697-1975 . New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1975.

__________. Distant Justice: Policing the Alaska Frontier. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987.

__________. “Essays Offer New Views on Russian American History”, Anchorage Daily News, 5 March 1989, sec. We Alaskans p. K14.

__________. “The Forgotten Colony”, Alaska, 57/7 (July 1991), 18-19.

__________. History of the Marine Hatcheries of Alaska. Anchorage: Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, 1976.

Inglis, Robin, ed. Spain and the North Pacific Coast: Essays in Recognition of the Bicentennial of the Malaspina Expedition, 1791-1792. Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Maritime Museum, 1992.

Ivanov, Viacheslav Vsevolodovich. The Russian Orthodox Church of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands and its Relation to Native American Traditions: An Attempt at Multi-Cultural Society, 1794-1912. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1997.

Jacobsen, Johan Adrian. Alaskan Voyage 1881-1883: An Expedition to the Northwest Coast of America, translated from the German text of Adrian Woldt by Erna Gunther. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977.

James, James Alton. The First Scientific Exploration of Russian America and the Purchase of Alaska. Chicago: Northwestern University, 1942.

Jensen, Erv. Little Boats and Big Salmon. Silverdale, WA: Three Trees Pub, 1999.

Johannsen, Neil C. “Marine Parks for Alaska: The International Connection” Alaska Magazine (April 1979), 48-50.

Johnson, Dennis A. “Alaska’s Early Cod Fishery,” The Alaska Journal, Vol 9, No 2 (Spring 1979), 75-80.

Johnson, John F.C. “Nuchek: A Look at its Early History,” Alaska Native News, 3 (Nov 1984), 7-.

Johnson, Robert Erwin. Bering Sea Escort: Life Aboard a Coast Guard Cutter in World War II. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press,1992.

__________. Guardians of the Sea: History of the U.S. Coast Guard, 1915 to Present. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1987.

Johnson, Samuel, (ed). Alaska Commercial Company, 1868-1940. San Francisco: E.E.Wachter, 1940.

Johnstone, S. P. ed. History of the Alaska Commercial Company. San Francisco: n.p., 1940.

Jones, H. Wendy. Women Who Braved the Far North: 200 Years of Alaskan Women. San Diego: Grossmont Press, 1976.

Josephson, Karla. Use of the Sea by Alaska Natives: A Historical Perspective. Anchorage: Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, 1974.

Kamenskii, Anatolii Archmandrite. Tlingit Indians of Alaska, ed. Marvin Falk, trans. Sergei Kan. Historical Translation Series, II; Fairbanks: The University of Alaska Press, 1985.

Kari, James and Alan Boraas (eds.) A Dena'ina Legacy: K'Tl'eghi'i Sukdu: The Collected Writings of Peter Kalifornsky. Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1991.

Keeble, John. Out of the Channel: The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill in Prince William Sound. New York: Harper Collins, 1991.

Keithahn, Edward I. “Alaska Ice, Inc.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 36 (April 1945), 1-16.

Kemble, John H. “The Alaska Steamship Company,” Steamboat Bill (March 1955), 5-7.

Kemp, Peter, ed. Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea. London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1976.

Kennedy, Michael S., ed. The Sea in Alaska’s Past. Anchorage: Anchorage: Alaska Division of Parks, Office of History and Archaeology Series, 1979.

__________. Transportation in Alaska’s Past. Anchorage: Alaska Division of Parks, Office of History and Archaeology Series No. 30, 1982.

Khlebnikov, Kiril Timofeevich. Baranov, Chief Manager of the Russian Colonies in America, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Colin Bearne. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1973.

__________. The Khlebnikov Archive: Unpublished Journal (1800-1837) and Travel Notes (1820, 1822, and 1824). ed. Leonid Shur, trans. John Bisk. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1990.

__________. Notes on Russian America: Part I: Novo-Arkangel'sk, ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Serge Le Comte and Richard A. Pierce. Fairbanks, Alaska: The Limestone Press, 1994.

__________. Notes on Russian America: Parts II-V: Kad'iak, Unalashka, Atkha, the Pribylovs., ed. Richard A. Pierce, trans. Marina Ramsay. Fairbanks, Alaska: The Limestone Press, 1994.


King, Irving H. The Coast Guard Expands, 1865-1915: New Roles, New Frontiers. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1996.

King, Joe. “When Disaster Overtook the Whaling Fleet,” Alaska-Yukon Magazine, Vol VII, No 3, (1908), 189-192.

Kirwan, L.P. A History of Polar Exploration. New York: 1960. (Photocopy at the University of Alaska Anchorage Consortium Library).

Kitchener, Lois D. Flag over the North: The Story of the Northern Commercial Company. Seattle: Superior Publishing Co., 1954.

Kohlkoff, Dean. When the Wind was a River: Aleut Evacuation in World War II. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995.

Kotzebue, Otto Von. A Voyage of Discovery, into the South Sea and Beering’s Straits…in the years 1815-1818. Reprint edition New York: DaCapo Press, 1967.

Kraus, David H., trans. Russian Exploration in Southwest Alaska: The Travel Journals of Petr Kosakovskiy (1818) and Ivan Ya. Vasilev (1829). Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1993.

Krause, Aurel. The Tlingit Indians: Results of a Trip to the Northwest Coast of America and the Bering Straits. Trans by Erna Gunther. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1956.

Kushner, Howard I. Conflict on the Northwest Coast: American-Russian Rivalry in the Pacific Northwest, 1790-1867. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1975.

__________. “Hellships’: Yankee Whaling Along the Coasts of Russian-America, 1835-1852,” The New England Quarterly, vol XLV, No 1, (1972), 81-95.

Lain, Bobby D. “North of Fifty-Three: Army, Treasury Department, and Navy Administration of Alaska, 1867-1884.” Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas-Austin, 1974.

Langdon, Steve J. The Native Peoples of Alaska. Anchorage: Greatland Graphics, 1993.

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__________. Eskimo Whaling in Arctic Alaska. Dale W. Rice, U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Marine Mammal Biological Laboratory. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1930.

__________. “Pacific Salmon Fisheries,” Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for 1930. John N. Cobb, Appendix XIII. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1930.

U.S. Government, Coast Guard. Records of Movements of Vessels of the United States Coast Guard, 1790-1933. 2 Vols. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1935.

U.S. Government, Commerce and Labor. Seal Islands of Alaska, 1904-1911, Series 6113, Doc. 93, 62nd Congress, 1st Session.

U.S. Government, Department Of War: Army. Compilation of Narratives of Exploration of Alaska. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1900.

U.S. Government, Fish Commission. Bulletins, U.S. Fish Commission, (Vol. XVII, 1898).

__________. The Fisheries and Fishery Industries of the United States, (Vol II, No 5), George Brown Goode. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1887.

U.S. Government, Lighthouse Bureau. List of Buoys and other Aids to Navigation in California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska (16th, 17th, and 18th Districts). Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1911.

U.S. Government, Revenue Cutter Service. Annual Report of the Revenue Cutter Service. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1886.

__________. Cruise of the Revenue Steamer Corwin in 1884, M.A. Healy. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1889.

__________. Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Cutter Bear and the Overland Expedition for the Relief of the Whalers in the Arctic Ocean, 27 November 1897-13 September 1898. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1899.

__________. Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Steamer Thomas Corwin in the Arctic Ocean, 1881, C.L. Hooper. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1883.

__________. Report on the Operations of the United States Revenue Steamer Nunivak on the Yukon River Station, Alaska, 1899-1901. J.C. Cantwell. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1902.

U.S. Government, Treasury Department, Customs Office. District of Alaska Wreck Reports, 1892-1905. Sand Point, Washington: Federal Records Center, 1906.

___________. Report of Fur Seal Investigations, 1896-97. A.B. Alexander.

U.S. Government, U.S. Coast And Geodetic Survey. Safeguard the Gateways of Alaska: Her Waterways, E. Lester Jones. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1918.


Journals

Alaska History: Journal of the Alaska Historical Society

Alaska Journal

Alaska Magazine

California Historical Quarterly

International Journal of Maritime History

Journal of the West

Log of Mystic Seaport

Mains’l Haul: A Journal of Pacific Maritime History

Mariner’s Mirror: Journal of the Society for Nautical Research

Pacific Historical Review

Pacific Northwest Quarterly

Sea-Chest: Journal of the Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society

Sea History: National Maritime Historical Society


Web Sites

Alaska Digital Archives: http://vilda.alaska.edu/index.php

“Alaska Gold Rush,” steamship routes and sources: www.library.state.ak.us/goldrush/ and www.library.state.ak.us/goldrush/ARCHIVES/manu1/home.htm; www.library.state.ak.us/goldrush/ARCHIVES/PHOTOS/384_81.htm

Alaska Historical Collections: http://library.state.ak.us/hist/hist.html

Alaska Historical Society: www.alaskahistoricasociety.org

Alaska History and Cultural Studies: www.akhistorycourse.org, which includes “America’s Territory: Marine Transportation,” www.akhistorycourse.org/articles/article.php?artID=228

Alaska Native Heritage Center: www.alaskanative.net

Alaska Native Curriculum and Teacher Development: www.alaskool.org

Alaska Photo Library, Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development: www.dced.state.ak.us/apl/home.cfm

Alaska State Archives: www.archives.state.ak.us

Alaska State Museums: http://museums.state.ak.us

Arctic Circle, History and Culture: http://arcticcircle.uconn.edu/HistoryCulture

“Arctic Passage: The Franklin Expedition:” www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/arctic/

“Explore the North” site: www.explorethenorth.com

“Guide to the Alaska Packers Association Records (1841-1989): www.acadweb.wwu.edu/cpnws

Harriman Expedition: www.pbs.org/harriman/

“In the Beginning was the Word: The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures:” www.loc.gov/exhibits/russian/russch0.html

International Journal of Maritime History: www.mun.ca/mhp/ijmh.htm

Kodiak Maritime Museum: www.kodiakmaritimemuseum.org

The Klondike Gold Rush: http://content.lib.washington.edu/goldrush/index.html

Latitude: The Art and Science of Fifteenth-Century Navigation:” www.ruf.rice.edu/~feegi/index.html

“Log of the Jeanette “(1881) at http://frontiers.loc.gov

Log of Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea: www.mysticseaport.org

Maritime Heritage Network: Celebrating the Culture of the Sea in the Pacific Northwest: www.maritimeheritage.net

“The Most Memorable Scenes: Exploration Art from the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections Rare Books:” www.uaf/edu/Library/impact/expart/

The National Archives: www.archives.gov/education/index.html

The National Archives, Pacific Region, Anchorage: www.archives.gov/pacific-alaska/anchorage

National Maritime History Society: www.seahistory.org

Northwest Digital Archives: http://nwda.wsulibs.wsu.edu/

“Primary Sources on the Web” web-site analysis: www.lib.washington.edu/subject/History/RUSA

Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society: www.pugetmaritime.org

San Diego Maritime Museum: www.sdmaritime.com

“Skagway: Gateway to the Klondike:” www.nps.gov/history/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/75Skagway/75Skagway.htm

Society of Nautical Research: www.snr.org

Lloyd’s Alaska shipwreck site: www.lostshipwrecks.com

“Teaching with Documents: Migration North to Alaska:” www.archives.gov/education/lessons/alaska

University of Alaska Anchorage, Archives and Special Collections Department, Consortium Library: http://consortiumlibrary.org/archives

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska and Polar Regions, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library: www.uaf.edu/library/apr/index.html

Vancouver Maritime Museum: www.vancouvermaritimemuseum.com

“Westward by Sea: A Maritime Perspective on American Expansion, 1820-1890” at http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/collections/westward.

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