Când California era rusească

Russian Settlers Establish Fort Ross, California (1812)

Located in what is now Sonoma County, California, Fort Ross was in operation from 1812 to 1841 as a trading outpost for the Russian-American Company. The southernmost settlement in the Russian colonization of North America, it was established as an agricultural base to supply Alaska. Fort Ross was the site of California’s first windmills and shipbuilding yards, and Russian scientists there were among the first to record California’s cultural and natural history. How did the Fort get its name? More…

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