Russia – USA: From the History of Relations

Russia – USA: From the History of Relations

The relations between the two countries, which arose at the time of the formation of American statehood, and were based on close economic and political partnership, actively developed in the 19th - early 20th centuries. The culmination of cooperation between the two great powers was their allied efforts during the World War II. The selected materials of the late 18th - mid 20th century reveal different aspects of Russian-American relations.

The Charter of Paul I on the establishment of a Russian-American company, the patronage of Paul I over the company and the granting of privileges to her for 20 years. December 27, 1799 "The benefits and benefits resulting from our crafts and trade produce

Russian-American company (St. Petersburg). The Charter of Paul I on the establishment of a Russian-American company, the patronage of Paul I over the company and the granting of privileges to her for 20 years. December 27, 1799 "The benefits and benefits arising for our empire from the crafts and trade produced by our loyal subjects in the Northeastern Sea and in the region of America, have turned our attention to our monarchs and respect." 1799.

Pedestrian inventory of part of Russian possessions in America, produced by Lieutenant L. Zagoskin in 1842, 1843 and 1844. Part 1

Zagoskin, Lavrenti Alekseevich (1808-1890). Pedestrian inventory of part of Russian possessions in America, produced by Lieutenant L. Zagoskin in 1842, 1843 and 1844. St. Petersburg: printed in the printing house of Karl Kraj, 1847-1848.
Part 1. 1847.

Pedestrian inventory of part of Russian possessions in America, produced by Lieutenant L. Zagoskin in 1842, 1843 and 1844. Part 2

Zagoskin, Lavrenti Alekseevich (1808-1890). Pedestrian inventory of part of Russian possessions in America, produced by Lieutenant L. Zagoskin in 1842, 1843 and 1844. St. Petersburg: printed in the printing house of Karl Kraj, 1847-1848.
Part 2. 1848.

Attitude of the Governor of the Sea Ministry of the Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich to the Minister of Foreign Affairs AM Gorchakov with the proposal to sell the Russian North American colonies to the North American United States

Konstantin Nikolayevich (Grand Duke, 1827-1892). Attitude of the Governor of the Sea Ministry of the Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich to the Minister of Foreign Affairs AM Gorchakov with the proposal to sell Russian North American colonies to the North American United States. 1857.

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