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Russian settlement in California known as Fort Ross; founded 1812, abandoned 1841.

Why the Russians came and why they left.

by Robert A. Thompson

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Published by Sonoma Democrat Publishing Company in Santa Rosa [Cal.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russians -- California.,
  • Fort Ross (Calif.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy R.A. Thompson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l, 34 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13523220M
    LC Control Number17016965

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Ross, as it was called by the Russians, was always called by the Spaniards El Fuerte de Los Rusos or Fuerte Ruso, and by the Americans who afterwards settled in California Fort RobS, and as this old settlement is a place of much interest and is annually vis- ited.

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Jan 30,  · Russians establish Fort Ross. Staking a tenuous claim to the riches of the Far West, Russians establish Fort Ross on the coast north of San Francisco. As a growing empire with a long Pacific coastline, Russia was in many ways well positioned to play a leading role in the settlement and development of the West.

Fort Ross (Russian: форт-росс), originally Fortress Ross (Russian: крѣпость россъ, tr. Krepostʹ Ross), is a former Russian establishment on the west coast of North America in what is now Sonoma County, California. It was the hub of the southernmost Russian settlements in North America from to Location: Fort Ross State Historic Park, Sonoma.

The Russians established their outpost of Fort Ross in near Bodega Bay in Northern California, north of San Francisco Bay. The Fort Ross colony included a sealing station on the Farallon Islands off San Francisco. By Fort Ross had a population ofconsisting of 26 Russians and of Native Americans.

Fort Ross An Account of the Russian Settlement in San Francisco Bay by Rev. A P. Kashevaroff There are but few occurrences in the history of the world similar to that which transpired in California in the beginning of the nineteenth century.

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[R A Thompson]. Located on the Sonoma coast 11 miles northwest of Jenner on Highway 1, the 3,acre park preserves North America’s southernmost Russian settlement. The Fort Ross Colony was founded in by members of the Russian-American Company, who built it with the help of Alaskan Alutiiq natives.

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Santa Rosa: Sonoma Democrat. Sep 19,  · The colony was founded in (with 25 Russians and 80 Native Alaskans) to provide grains and produce for Russian settlements in Alaska. Fort Ross Author: Anna Andrianova. Russians, Native Alaskans and Native Californians all became settlers at Fort Ross, though the community never grew beyond several hundred occupants.

The fort was not as productive as its first settlers had hoped it would be. Rocky soil, a harsh climate and depletion of marine life contributed to the fort’s sale to John Sutter in.

Fort Ross The Russian Colony In California Records show that after there were from twenty-five to one hundred Russians and from fifty to one hundred twenty-five Native Alaskans at the settlement at any given time.

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