Konstantinovskii

Konstantinovskii

 

an urban-type settlement in Tutaev Raion, Yaroslavl Oblast, RSFSR, located on the right bank of the Volga. A railroad station (Konstantinovskii Zavod) on the Yaroslavl-Bologoe line. The Yaroslavl experimental industrial petroleum-oil mill is in Konstantinovskii.

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Pribylov y Polomoshnyi decidieron no ir a Yakutat, y enrumbaron hacia Fort Konstantinovskii en las islas Nuchek o Hinchinbrook, para suministrarse agua dulce y desde alli volvieron a Kodiak sin encontrar la esperada sancion de Baranov por haber violentado las ordenes (Naske y Slotnick 1987: 34; Grinev 2013: 452).
El mismo quiso visitar personalmente en lugar en ese ano, pero no pudo debido a una visita a la ensenada de Cook y Fort Konstantinovskii, abandonado en este ano por la gente de Lebedev y esto lo entendio como una prioridad (Bolkhovitinov 1997: 154-155, 161, 164-171, 187-1995).
Kuskov dejo dos promyshlenniki rusos y 20 Koniag en Yakutat como refuerzos, mientras que el mismo se puso en marcha a Fort Konstantinovskii con la parte principal de todos los pertrechos, y a donde procedio a comunicarse con Baranov desde Kodiak (Pavlov 1957: 112-117; Grinev 2013: 458).
Al acercarse por la noche al lugar sus propias observaciones confirmaron los informes y decidio no parar en las costas hostiles y partio directamente a Fort Konstantinovskii en la isla de Nuchek.
Estos corrieron hacia el noroeste a lo largo de la costa hacia Fort Konstantinovskii, pero fueron capturados por los indios Eyak (Tikhmenev 1861: 278).
Pribylov and Polomoshnyi decided not to go to Yakutat, instead going to Fort Konstantinovskii on Nuchek (Hinchinbrook) Island allegedly for replenishing supplies of fresh water and then from there returned to Kodiak without Baranov's sanction.
The manager wanted to personally visit Yakutat that year but was not able to because a visit to Cook Inlet and Fort Konstantinovskii, abandoned in this year by the "Lebedev people," took priority.
Kuskov left two Russian promyshlenniki and 20 Koniag in Yakutat as reinforcements, while he himself set off to Fort Konstantinovskii with the primary part of the party, from where he proceeded to Baranov on Kodiak.
Approaching Yakutat at night, his own observations confirmed the reports, and he decided not to land on hostile shores and set off directly to Fort Konstantinovskii on Nuchek Island.
67) They were evidently subsequently released by the Indians, perhaps for ransom, for Baranov wrote in a letter that those settlers and native Americans who fled to the Eyak safely reached Fort Konstantinovskii on Nuchek Island in 1806.

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