Our Lutheran Church. Russian America
- Our Lutheran Church. Russian America
- Fuller, John A., 1828-1909
- Drawings by John A. Fuller that document Sitka and other locations in Alaska, 1867, as well as a drawing of a lighthouse on Tatoosh Island, Washington, 1866-1867. Images of Sitka, Alaska, include overviews of the city and landscape, as well as several structures that include St. Michael the Archangel Cathedral, Sitka Lutheran Church, a hospital, a sawmill, and the residence of Colonel Jefferson Columbus Davis. Depictions of other places in Alaska include a fishing station fifteen miles south of Sitka and a Native American outpost on Wrangell Island.
John A. Fuller (1828-1909) was a miner, merchant, and politician, with mining and business interests in California and Alaska. He served as a postmaster and surveyor in Sitka from 1867 to circa 1870. He later became a city councilman and mayor of Napa, California.
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- Extent of Digitization
- Completely digitized
- Call Number
- WA MSS S-2595
- Collection Title
- Drawings of Alaska, and Tatoosh Island, Washington
- Collection Date
- Collection Note
- Sitka, Alaska
- Container / Volume Information
- Box 1 | Folder 9
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- John A. Fuller, Drawings of Alaska, and Tatoosh Island, Washington. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
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