The Russian merchant Grigorye Shelekhov continued his journey through the Eastern Ocean to the American shores in 1788. : With a detailed notification of the discovery of new-found islands, to which the glorious Aglin navigator Captain Cook did not reach,: And with the introduction of a description of the way of life, customs, rites, dwellings and clothing of the peoples living there, also the climate, annual changes, animals, domestic animals , fish, birds, terrestrial plants and many other curious objects that are there, that everything is correctly and accurately described by him. / Dependency In [asily] S [opikova]. - In the city of St. Peter: [Type. Sytin], 1792. -96 p. ; 12 °. - Before the text heading: Grigori Shelekhov, the continuation of the wandering otryazhennogo haliota called the Three Hierarchs, led by two navigators Izmailov and Bocharov, in 1788. Bookseller. painting by V.S. Sopikova (p.96). - SC XVIII.