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Кяхта, 14 августа 2009 г. АфанасьеваМедведева, канд. Крючкова, канд. Лыхин, канд. Титов, канд. Ответственный редактор Ю.

Русская Америка и Восточная Сибирь: материалы региональной научно-практической конференции с международным участием г. Обручева в г. Кяхте 14 августа 2009 г. Responsible editor Lykhin Yu. Russian America and Eastern Siberia: The materials of regional scientific practical conference with international participation Kyakhta city, August 14 th, 2009.

Irkutsk, 2011. ISBN 978-5-91344-301-4 J. Each new excavation in Alaska brings insights and surprises that shape our thoughts on life in the settlements.

The archaeological record of 18th—19th century Russian America, intertwined with elements of indigenous culture, compliments and enriches the oral and written record. In Alaska, excavations at Castle Hill Sitka, formerly New Archangel revealed the buried ruins of an early 19th century workshop complex and living quarters. The study of more than 300,000 artifacts from this former capitol of Russian America has caused archaeologists to re-examine prior concepts of daily life in the settlement.

It is the only Russian-American Company vessel yet discovered and the oldest discovered shipwreck in Alaska waters. Its study also constitutes the first substantive underwater archaeological project in Alaska. Evolving technologies, such as global information system GIS and methods for non-destructive chemical tests on artifacts, have enhanced the archaeological data potential of these historical sites.

To better understand the material culture of Russian sites in Alaska, archaeologists have also collaborated with Russian colleagues to conduct work on similarly aged sites in central Siberia.

The archaeological work has been complimented by 5 cultural activities and international conferences in Irkutsk in 2007 and Kiakhta in 2009. In 1802, several Tlingit clans united to destroy the Russian settlement and kill most of its inhabitants.

Following a battle and seige, the Russians founded the settlement of New Archangel now called Sitka on and around Castle Hill. This settlement served as the colonial capital of Russian America from 1808 until the U. The site has been a territorial and a state historical park since the 1950s. In 1967, Castle Hill underwent substantial changes when the state constructed a trail and massive stone wall to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States.

Unfortunately, no archaeological investigations took place at that time. During another major renovation of the park in 1997— 1998 to improve accessibility, state archaeologists conducted substantial excavations at Castle Hill1. The earliest deposits at the site, associated with the Tlingit Indians, were radiocarbon dated to around 1,000 years ago.

Research focused primarily on 1 McMahan, J. David editor. Office of History and Archaeology Report No. The approximately 300,000 artifacts from these deposits constitute the largest, most diverse collection of 19th century Russian-American materials from any site in Alaska.

The importance of the collection is enhanced by extraordinary preservation of textiles, hair, and other organic artifacts.

This unusual preservation is believed to have been caused by slightly raised soil acidity, brought about by an abundance of spruce wood chips from Russian construction activities during the first quarter of the 19th century. On a terrace near the base of the hill, the team uncovered ruins of four Russian buildings from the 1820s — 1830s period. These structures, once located within the main fortress of New Archangel, comprised a workshop complex where craftsmen applied the trades of coppersmithing, blacksmithing, shoe manufacture, firearm and instrument repair, coopering, and woodworking.

The chronological order and approximate ages of the building ruins were derived from mean ceramic dates, stratigraphic correlations, and structural superposition. Floor deposits, features, and artifacts suggest that Building 1 housed the workers, while Buildings 2 and 3 were workshops.

A buried air duct, comprised of a hollowed timber, extended from the forge to a location outside the building. The floor deposit yielded evidence of sheet copper work, as well as the casting of copper or copper alloys.

At the Russian-American Company settlement in the Kurile Islands, the Russian archaeologist Valery Shubin discovered a similar blacksmithing complex, including a rectangular, three room wooden house similar to Building 23.

Interestingly, Khlebnikov mentioned that 2 Litke, Frederic. First published 1834—1836 in Russian. Alaska History No. Russian Settlements in the Kurile Islands in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The Limestone Press, Kingston, Ontario.

Building 4, largely destroyed by twentieth century gardening and trail construction, is believed to have been the last Russian building to occupy the site. It may have been a bathhouse indicated on the 1867 transfer map. Historic photos suggest that the last building on the terrace, possibly Building 4, was removed between 1894 and 1898.

Because Natives and Creoles comprised a large percentage of the Russian-American Company workforce, the artifact assemblage includes diagnostic projectile points, arrow shafts, basketry, ivory carvings and worked bone.

Recent chemical studies have also linked obsidian projectile points from the Castle Hill workshops to sources near Fort Ross in northern California5. In some cases, the company workers returned to Alaska with Pomo or Miwok wives. The Castle Hill excavations have given us a clearer understanding of the industries of early 19th century Russian America and the daily lives of the Sitka workers. The collection includes items related to food preparation, architecture, furniture, arms and munitions, clothing, personal activities, tobacco use, and work activities.

Kitchen-related items such as ceramics and glassware make up a large percentage of the collection. Most of the features and artifacts in the workshop area represent the ancillary industries and domestic activities that supported the fur trade — the primary pursuit of the Russian-American Company. John Bisk. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks. Archaeologists recovered 30 lead seals from the workshop area, many of which bear Russian-American Company markings which document the source, type, and quality of furs7.

Notably, the assemblage includes a wide range of preserved organic artifacts from the workshop area and associated trash deposit. These include textiles, shoes, cordage, matting, basketry, leather goods, botanical materials, faunal remains, human and animal hair, and assorted wooden artifacts.

Two complete Tlingit spruce root baskets were recovered, one of which is similar to museum examples of tightly woven stone cooking baskets. A collapsed woven grass basket still contained a large mass of salmonberry seeds.

Numerous examples of cordage and rope, including cedar bark and spruce root specimens, were also recovered. Human hairs were common inclusions in the Castle Hill soil matrix, possibly due to the presence of a bathhouse, and may potentially contribute to a better understanding of diet and disease. During the early 19th century, New Archangel was the largest and most cosmopolitan port along the Pacific Coast of North America. Despite an initial shortage of supplies, the settlement soon became a stopover for traders who also visited Europe, Asia, the Sandwich Islands Hawaii , and other locations along the west coast of North America.

The Castle Hill assemblage has caused us to re-think some of our preconceived ideas regarding trade relations and life in early 19th century Sitka.

The archaeological record suggests that the material culture of working class employees of the RAC in Sitka was much more abundant and diverse than previously imagined. Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly, volume 39, number 3. Distinctive Russian items in the collection include bottle seals, uniform accoutrements, Russian coins, and religious items. The collection also includes a ceramic assemblage of such size and diversity to cause a reconsideration of supply paradigms suggested by previous research.

Examples from many well-known factories were present. The Castle Hill archaeological project has also provided insights on architecture, trade, industry, food preference, and consumer choice in Russian America. To date, the research potential of the collection has been only superficially explored. David McMahan. Arms and Armaments. David and Michael Strunk. It was from here that she sailed for Alaska in August 1851 on her maiden voyage. After a nine-month journey that included going around the southern tip of South America, she arrived at New Archangel in May 1852.

Generally once a year, furs were brought to Sitka, then shipped either to St. Petersburg or the Siberian ports of Russia. Although more than half of the ice melted during the journey, the trade was still profitable and the vessel could return with food and supplies for the colonies. A joint venture with a San Francisco banker was formed to exploit this new commercial avenue.

Ice was collected from a lake near Sitka when possible. Because the mild winters there sometimes interfered Anichtchenko, Evguenia. Ships of the Russian-American Company, 1799— 1867. National Park Service, Anchorage, Alaska. This was the situation in 1860. As the vessel left Kodiak on March 30, 1860, with a full cargo of ice, she ran aground on a previously uncharted pinnacle of rock.

The crew of twenty-five, under command of Captain Illarion Archimandritov, abandoned ship with no loss of life. Here she lay undisturbed for over 140 years until discovered in 2003.

The discovery was facilitated by the results of archival research by Anchorage archaeologist Michael Yarborough and new insights provided by Lydia Black on contemporary maps of the area. Field recordation of the wreck was conducted in July 2004 by a team of archaeologists representing ECU, as well as state and federal agencies.

The author participated in a portion of the work. Assisted by local volunteers, the team documented the remaining hull structure, recorded significant objects, and mapped the entire site. A few small items with particular diagnostic and interpretive value were collected.

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