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Identifier:EY794P1794
Title [Purtov and Kulikalov: Russian Census from Yakutat Region]
Description:Ms. Russian census of 72 personal names from the Village of Chatleyak (Kaliakh?) in the Yakutat Region that are not identifiable as Tlingit or Eyak. Names were recorded by Purtov and Kuliakov around 1774 and analyzed by Michael Krauss and Jeff Leer. Ten personal names from Yakutat Bay. 112 names of Tlingit people from Axoi River. 8 pages Ugashik (Ugashak) census Sugpiaq from Bristol Bay, unidentified and unalnaysed.Annotated copies of Russian census and handwritten notes by Krauss.
Ts. Copies of published materials referring to the census include:
Indeitsy eiaki v period russkoi Ameriki. Etnograficheskie Obozreniia. Grinev 1993, p 75-76..
Istoricheskoe obozrienie obrazovaniia Rossiisko-amerikanskoi kompanii i deistvii eia do nastoiashchago vremeni. E. Veimar, St. Petersburg. Tikmenov 1863 p. 82; Report, company emplyees Egor Purtov and Demid Kuliakov, to Baranov, from St. Pauls Harbor, Aug 9 1794. In: A History of the Russian American Company Vol. 2: Documents. Translated by Dmitri Krenov. Edited by Richard A. Pierce and Alton S. Donnelly. The Limestone Press, Kingston, Ontario.1979, p. 162-163.
Voyage of Discovery, George Vancouver, 1798.
The Alaska Travel Journal of Archibald Menzies, 1793-1794. Wallace Olsen Ed.,1993.
De Laguna 1972, Through Alien Eyes in Under Mt St Elias Part one.
Purtov Journal 1794. Lists of names. Copy of original manuscript annotated by Krauss. Krauss translation and transliteration of Census of the Eyak People 1794 from the village of Chatleyak (Kaliakh?).
Contributors Purtov, Georgii (author)
Kulikalov, Demid Ilyich (author)
Date1794
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Eyak
LingType ethnographic
lexicon
placenames
text-ethnographic
Files: E794-P1794-Purtov-1794-Names.pdf
EY794P1794.pdf


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