Author Results for Andrei V. Grinëv

Steamships of the Russian-American Company, 1839–1867

By Andrei V. Grinëv

This article analyses the development of steamship construction and the operation of steamships in the former Russian colonies in Alaska in 1838–67. This aspect of the economy of Russian America proceeded with the active co-operation of representatives of the United States and their technical support. The first steamship Nikolai I was completed in 1839 at Novo-Arkhangel’sk. The […] Read More

Filed under: Other (Nineteenth C) | Pacific
Subjects include: Merchant Marines | Science & Exploration | Shipbuilding & Design

Foreign Ships in the Fleet of the Russian–American Company (1799–1867)

By Andrei V. Grinëv

The Russian–American Company fleet (1799–1871) provided communication between the Asian and Baltic ports of Russia and the distant Russian colonies in Alaska and the Aleutian Islands. At the beginning of its existence its fleet consisted exclusively of Russian-built ships, but gradually came to be made up of ships built in England, the United States, Germany […] Read More

Filed under: Baltic | Other (Nineteenth C) | Pacific
Subjects include: Merchant Marines