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On Kodiak Island, Grigory Shelikhov, a Russian fur trader, founds Three Saints Bay, the first permanent Russian settlement in Alaska. The European discovery of Alaska came in 1741, when a Russian expedition led by Danish navigator Vitus Bering sighted the Alaskan mainland. Russian hunters were soon

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Dec 27, 2000 · Russian hunters have become mainstay of world sable production, reversing balance from Soviet times, when sable farming produced majority of pelts; Russia’s sable monopoly has helped sustain extensive hunting culture, with at least 10,000 licensed professional hunters and as many as 200,000 amateurs; sables from …

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Russian fur trade. Before the European colonization of the Americas, Russia was a major supplier of fur pelts to Western Europe and parts of Asia.

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Fur and Leather Garments in 18th and 19th Century New England by Marge Bruchac, December 2002. In 21 st century America, the wearing of fur and leather runs the gamut from practical outerwear to extreme fashion statement.

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Russian colonization 1740s to 1800. From 1743 small associations of fur traders began to sail from the shores of the Russian Pacific coast to the Aleutian islands. As the runs from Asiatic Russia to America became longer expeditions (lasting two to four years or more), the crews established hunting and trading posts.

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For nearly 250 years, from the early 17th to the mid-19th centuries, the fur trade was a vast commercial enterprise across the wild, forested expanse of what is now Canada.

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