|Statement||[edited] by Raymond H. Fisher.|
|Series||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 2nd ser., no. 159|
|Contributions||Fisher, Raymond Henry, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||G161 .H2 2nd ser., no. 159, DK753 .H2 2nd ser., no. 159|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 326 p. :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||82102118|
The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in by Raymond H. Fisher, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). The voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering's precursor. uncovered in Yakutsk reports briefly describing a voyage in from the Arctic river, Kolyma, around a great rocky promontory to a Author: R.H. Fisher. Get this from a library! The voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering's precursor. [Semen Ivanovich Dezhnev; Raymond H Fisher; Hakluyt Society.;] -- In Gerhard Müller, a member of the new Russian Academy of Sciences, while gathering historical materials in Siberia, uncovered in Yakutsk reports briefly describing a voyage in from the. 6. The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering's precursor, with selected documents: 6.
Dezhnev Semen. This site provides extensive reference information for books and authors pertaining to British Columbia, including an on-line archive of BC BookWorld, Canada's largest-circulation independent publication about books. The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in . We are offering THE VOYAGE OF SEMEN DEZHNEV IN BERING'S PRECURSOR. With Selected Documents By Raymond H. Fisher; The Hakluyt Society. London. Ex-Library with the usual markings. This book is hard-bound in blue cloth, with gilt stamping to Seller Rating: % positive. Dezhnev, Semen Ivanovich Born circa ; died in early in Moscow. Russian explorer and navigator. In the early ’s, Dezhnev, together with M. Stadukhin and others, explored the Far North of Siberia, where he visited Oimiakon Plateau, sailed along the Indigirka River to its mouth, and reached the Kolyma River by sea in In , together. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering’s Precursor (Hakluyt Society, Second Series) at Read honest and 5/5.
Bering was not the first Russian to sail into the Bering Strait. That distinction was earned by a little-known Siberian Cossack, Semen Ivanovitch Dezhnev, who sailed around the extreme northeastern tip of Siberia in Of the seven small ships that Dezhnev led from the mouth of the Kolyma River, with 90 men aboard, only two ships returned. Geography. In , the cape was officially renamed as Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's name, the "East Cape". It was named in honor of Semyon Dezhnev, the first recorded European to round its tip (in ).There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the seacoast.. The cape is the eastern tip of a high, rocky headland, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Uelen in the north to Cape Pe'ek. Read "Raymond H. Fisher. The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering's Precursor with SelectedDocuments (Hakluyt Society Second Series, Vol. ). London: The Hakluyt Society, xiii, pp. , Canadian-American Slavic Studies" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. The voyage of Semen Dezhnev in Bering's precursor, with selected documents Franklin, J. Letter to J. Barrow, 26 November No 1, Letter Book, Vol 1, MS / Scott Polar Research Institute archives. Franklin, J. Narrative of a second A voyage of discovery into the South Sea and Beering's Straits for the Cited by: 2.