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The Upbeat Times Entertains, Educates & Inspires! Yegor Upbeat in San Rafael, CA! ... continued from page 8


day, much of our knowledge about the peoples and places of the North Pacific Ocean is based on those Russian reports, artworks and maps. The ex- hibit showcases a scale model of Bering’s ship and the bril- liant, colorful maps made dur- ing that expedition’s 7000-mile trek across Siberia, along with portraits of Native Californians and Alaskans,


artifacts, and


original watercolors of botani- cal and animal species.” An eastward Russian expan- sion took on a new dimension in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As Europeans ex- panded westward, the Russians expanded eastward. As Eng- lish colonists first settled along the Atlantic seaboard, Russian explorers,


trappers, and set-


tlers pushed into Siberia, and then reached the Pacific Ocean by 1639. By the mid-seven- teenth century self-employed, contract


entrepreneurs sailed


through the Bering Strait, and discovered a sea route from the Arctic to the Pacific. This be- came of great interest to hunt- ers and fur traders. By the early 1800s, Russian entrepreneurs annually exported an average of 62,000 fur pelts from North America, roughly worth about $133,200, which was a large sum of money at the time. In 1836, the Russians sent Moscow-trained agronomist Yegor Leontievich Chernykh to the Sonoma Coast, in order to improve the crops being grown for consumption. Chernykh settled in Green Valley, and established a farm along Purr- ington Creek, today found be- tween the towns of Occidental and Graton. Chernykh erected barracks and five other struc- tures, growing fruits and veg- etables, as well as wheat and other grains. Chernykh also developed a large vineyard, in- troducing the first wine grapes into Sonoma County. Interest- ingly, Yegor Chernykh became ... continued on page 10


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UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • August 2018 • 9 “One of the advantages of being disorganized


is that one is always having surprising


discoveries.” A.A. Milne


JOKES & Humor # 2


As long as cocoa beans grow on trees, chocolate is fruit to me. ~


Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city. George Burns ~


What do you do when bal- loons are hurt? You helium.


Opening Fall 2018 in Windsor, CA!


My brother Al Boro just retired as Mayor of San Rafael, CA. He held the position for over 20 years! Here he is, hanging out with family reading the latest issue of Upbeat! ~ Barbara Boro Miles of Santa Rosa


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