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  • Author:
    Emily Baker
  • ISBN:
    1895901251
  • ISBN13:
    978-1895901252
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    Alaska Limestone Press; 74 edition (April 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    213 pages
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Caleb Reynolds: American Seafarer (Alaska History, No 50). ISBN. 1895901251 (ISBN13: 9781895901252).

Caleb Reynolds: American Seafarer (Alaska History, No 50).

1 The Alaska History Series. 2 Books on the Ukraine. Emily R. Baker: Caleb Reynolds: American Seafarer. 3 Books on Southern Africa. 4 Books on other topics. The Alaska History Series. Note: The name of the series was originally Materials for the Study of Alaska History, under which name it appeared from 1972 to 1980. Note: The Alaska History Series is not to be confused with Alaska History, a journal published by the Alaska Historical Society. Richard A. Pierce: Alaskan Shipping, 1867–1878. Arrivals And Departures at the Port of Sitka. 2000, pp. xiv + 213, il. maps, bibliography, appendices, notes.

Distributed for Alaska Limestone Press. Biography and Letters. You may purchase this title at these fine bookstores.

by Baker, Emily Reynolds. 6 x 9, xiv + 213 pages, appendix, maps, bibliography, index. 2000; Alaska History Series, no. 50. Caleb Reynolds (1771-1858) was an American sea captain who sailed around Cape Horn, traded with the king of Hawaii, and visited the mutineers from the HMS Bounty on Pitcairn Island. In this biography, Caleb Reynolds' descendant, Emily Reynolds Baker, uses his letters to his wife, ships' logs, poetry, and other papers to reconstruct Reynolds' eventful life. This covers numbers 1–17. The new name Alaska History begins with no. 18. From 1993 on the series has been distributed solely by the University of Alaska Press, which is also reflected in the ISBN numbers.

Topics covered include Native lifestyles before contact with the Europeans; Alexander Baranov and the Russian fur trade; John Muir's visit to Glacier Bay in 1879; the Klondike gold rush stampede; pioneer climbs on Mount McKinley; the exploits of early Alaska Bush pilots; big game hunting in the North Country; Alaska's fisheries.

Alaska (Russian: Аляска, Alyaska), officially known as the Alaskan Democratic Federative Republic (Аляскинская Демократическая Федеративная Республика.

Alaska (Russian: Аляска, Alyaska), officially known as the Alaskan Democratic Federative Republic (Аляскинская Демократическая Федеративная Республика, Alyaskinskaya Demokraticheskaya Federativnaya Respublika), and commonly abbreviated as the ADFR (АДФР); is a sovereign state located along the Northwest Coast region of North America.