This character was a Cossack sentenced to hang for killing the governor.
This character, who was sold to Russian fur traders, was the great-grandchild of the Old One on Lopak Island.
This character moved from Chicago to Alaska. Ironically, as an Alaskan statehood supporter, this character died on the day Alaska became the forty-ninth state.
This character was an Irkutsk businessperson who had a glass factory. Later, this person became the representative of a fur trading company.
This character moved from Chicago to Alaska as a teenager with fugitive parents. The character opened a general store and eventually a series of salmon canneries and made the business one of the biggest business entities.
This character was a missionary of the Presbyterian Church and a graduate of Princeton Theological who lobbied for the establishment of a government in...
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