Index of Literary & Historical Names
Alekseeva, Maria 41
Alexander I, Tsar 33, 83, 118, 212, 233, 267
Alexander II, Tsar 36, 56, 65, 66, 69, 111, 113, 175
Alexander III, Tsar 235, 236, 256, 257
Alexei Mikhailovic, Tsar 266
Alexei Mikhailovic, Tsar 266
Andreyev, Leonid 114
Applebaum, Anne 275, 279, 280
Argüello, María Concepción 212
Atkinson, Thomas Witlam 27-8, 30, 31, 33, 40, 47, 48, 170-4, 185, 2401, 258
d’Auteroche, Jean Chappe 73-4
Avvakum 213, 219, 247-8, 272
Badyrgy, Buyan 198
Bakh, R. R. 235
Bakua, Moris 68
Banks, Joseph 231
Barentsz, Willem 129-30, 217
Barnabus (Archbishop) 71
Basil (Saint Basil of Mangazeya) 223, 230
Bates, Lindon Wallace Jr. 146-7
Batu (grandson of Ghengis Khan) 8
Bazhov, Pavel 40,
Beketov, Pyotr 228
Bell, John 236, 27, 30, 75, 103, 105, 117, 121, 218, 220, 251-3
Bering, Vitus 63, 130, 133
Berzin, Eduard 273, 273-4, 278
Billings, Captain Joseph 144, 232-3
Blyukher, Vasily Konstantinovich 66
Bobrov, A. P. 178
Bollinger, Martin J. 275
Botkin, Eugene 45
Brezhnev, Leonid 184, 185
Buchholz, Ivan 106, 119
Cameron, Charles 118
Carruthers, Douglas 205-6
Catherine I (wife of Peter the Great) 32, 98
Catherine the Great (Catharine II, Tsarina) 32, 82, 95, 18, 233, 261, 267
Chalpanov, Chet 181
Chekhov, Anton 26-7, 32, 51, 200, 208-9, 224, 270
Chersky, I. D. 258
Chuldum, Valentina 192
Clinton, Bill 210
Cochrane, John Dundas 126-7, 167
Cook, Captain James 231, 232
Cortés, Hernán 14
Curtin, Jeremiah 55, 260, 261-2
Curtis, Dora 216
Cyprian (Archbishop) 19, 73, 74, 75, 77, 90, 148
Czaplicka, Marya Antonina 159, 211, 216-7
Davydov, Dmitry 248
De l’Isle de la Croyère, Louis 220
Demidov (family) 28, 30-31, 37
Demidov, Akinfy 32, 173
Demidov, Nikita 30, 32, 173-4
Demidova, Anna 45
Dezhnev, Semyon 19, 130, 211
Digby, Bassett 234
Dikson, Oskar 134, 139, 144
Dmitry Ivanovich (son of Ivan the Terrible) 79-80, 265
Doroga, Yandash 227
Dostoevsky, Fyodor M. 27-8, 69, 83-6, 99, 106, 113, 117, 270-2
Dubensky, Andrey 208
Dumas, Alexandre père 25
Duzs, Elena 213-4

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