The Russian merchant of the famous Rylsk citizen Grigori Shelekhov was the first wanderer from Okhotsk on the Eastern Ocean to the American coast from 1783 to 1787, and his return to Russia: with a detailed notification of the discovery of the newly discovered islands of Kyktak and Afgnak, to which the glorious Aglin sea-goer Captain Cook: And with the introduction of a description of the way of life, customs, rituals, dwellings and clothes of the peoples inhabiting there, submitting themselves to the Russian state: also the climate, annual changes, animals, domesticated animals, fish, birds, earth and many other curious objects there, that everything is correctly and accurately described by him. : With a geographical drawing, depicting the sea sailor himself and the wild people he found. / Dependency In [asylia] C [opikova]. - In the city of St. Petra: [Type. Sytin], 1793. - , 172,  with., 1 liter. cards.,  l. front. ; 12. - 2 nd ed., Ext. Section: Historical and geographical description of the Kuril, Aleutian, Andrianov and Lissa islands stretching from Kamchatka to America on the Eastern Ocean. [Booksellers. painting by V.S. Sopikova] (S. [1-4]). - SK XVIII.
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