JSARGRA

 Joint Siberian-Alaskan Research Group on Russian America


 References Cited

Black, Lydia T.
2004 Russians in Alaska: 1732-1867. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks.

Bychkov, Oleg V.
1997 The Origin of Colonial Glass Production in Irkutsk: Research Perspectives. In The Archaeology of Russian Colonialism in the North and Tropical Pacific, edited by Peter R. Mills and Antoinette Martinez. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers 81:42-49.

Crowell, Aron L.
1997 Archaeology and the Capitalist World System: A Study from Russian America. Plenum Press, New York and London.

Dilliplane, Timothy (Ty) L.
2002 Chapter 14. Epilogue - Glimpses into the Daily Life of New Arkhangel. In Archaeological Data Recovery at Baranof Castle State Historic Site, Sitka, Alaska: Final Report of Investigations (ADOT&PF Project No. 71817/TEA-000-3[43]), edited by J. David McMahan. Office of History and Archaeology Report No. 84. Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage.

1993 Relaxing Far From Home: Colonist Recreation in Russian America. Paper presented to the 20th Annual Meeting of the Alaska Anthropological Association, Anchorage, Alaska (1993), and the 1994 Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia.

1990 Industries in Russian America. In Russian America: The Forgotten Frontier, Barbara Sweetland Smith and Redmond J. Barnett, Editors, pp. 131-143. Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, Washington.

1982 Shipbuilding in Russian America: A Sampling of the Literature. In Transportation in Alaska's Past, Michael S. Kennedy, Editor, pp. 5-27. Alaska Division of Parks, Office of History and Archaeology, Publication No. 30. Alaska Historical Society, Anchorage, Alaska.

1981 Brickmaking in Russian America: Research Results Through March 18, 1981. Paper presented to the 8th Annual Alaska Anthropological Association Conference, Anchorage.

1980 Mining in Russian America: A Research Objective. In Mining in Alaska's Past, Michael S. Kennedy, Editor. Alaska Division of Parks, Office of History and Archaeology, Publication 27, pp. 231-246. Alaska Historical Society, Anchorage, Alaska.

1979 The 1978 Archaeological Survey for New Russia. Paper presented to the 6th Annual Alaska Anthropological Association Conference, Fairbanks, and the 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Grover, Margan Allyn
2005 Clothing and Personal Adornment from Castle Hill, Sitka, Alaska: A Comparative Analysis. Manuscript for publication submitted to Yury P. Lykhin, Scientific Secretary for the Taltsi Architectural and Ethnographic Museum, Irkutsk.

McMahan, J. David
2004 Archaeological Investigations at Castle Hill: the Early 19th Century Colonial Capitol of Russian-America, Sitka, Alaska. Manuscript for publication submitted to Dr. Alexander Artemiev, Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

2003 Lead Seals of the Russian-American Company: A Perspective from the Castle Hill Collection. Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly, volume 39, number 3 (Fall 2003).

2002a The Russian American Company in Sitka: Archeological Perspectives (in Japanese). In Trade and Crafts of Indigenous Peoples in the North Pacific Rim, edited by Kazuyoshi Ohtsuka, pp. 172-175. Japanese National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.

2002b Chapter 11: Lead Seals. In Archaeological Data Recovery at Baranof Castle State Historic Site, Sitka, Alaska: Final Report of Investigations (ADOT&PF Project No. 71817/TEA-000-3[43]), edited by J. David McMahan. Office of History and Archaeology Report No. 84. Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage.

2001 Castle Hill Collection (in Japanese). In The Sea Otter and Glass Beads: Trade of Indigenous Peoples in the North Pacific Rim, exhibition catalog. Japanese National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.

1999 Archaeology at Alaska's Castle Hill, the Colonial Capital of Russian America. In Unseen Treasures: Imperial Russia and the New World, pp. 17-22. American-Russian Cultural Cooperation Foundation, Washington, D.C., and the Russian State Historical Museum, Moscow.

McMahan, J. David and Daniel Thompson
2002 Chapter 7: An Overview of the Artifact Assemblage. In Archaeological Data Recovery at Baranof Castle State Historic Site, Sitka, Alaska: Final Report of Investigations (ADOT&PF Project No. 71817/TEA-000-3[43]), edited by J. David McMahan. Office of History and Archaeology Report No. 84. Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage.

McMahan, J. David and Michael W. Strunk
2005 The Arms and Munitions of Russian America: A Perspective from the Castle Hill Site, Sitka, Alaska. Manuscript for publication submitted to Yury P. Lykhin, Scientific Secretary for the Taltsi Architectural and Ethnographic Museum, Irkutsk.

Thompson, Daniel R.
2005 Historical Ceramics of the 19th Century Russian American Company: Insights from the Excavation of Castle Hill, Sitka, Alaska. Manuscript for publication submitted to Yury P. Lykhin, Scientific Secretary for the Taltsi Architectural and Ethnographic Museum, Irkutsk.


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