Baranoff, for a time after becoming Chief Director, resided in Kodiak.
Something comfortable, like, say, a Bengal tiger or a Kodiak bear.
Their first expedition started in 1781, and the first settlement was founded on the Island of Kodiak.
Kodiak, the town which was buried, was a hundred miles away.
He said that he found himself suddenly in the immediate presence of a Kodiak bear.
The natives of Kodiak are more highly civilized than in other parts of Alaska.
The island of Kodiak is the principal possession of the Russians on the northwest coast of America.
By 1820 these voyages had extended to Japan, and in 1836 they reached what is known as the Kodiak Grounds.
The Russian influence is still there, after all these years—as it is in Kodiak and Unalaska.
They will find no finer spot on earth for the promulgation of their industry than the Island of Kodiak.
Alaskan island, from Russian Kadiak, from Alutiiq (Eskimo) qikertaq "island."