Table of contents for Sea cows, shamans, and scurvy : Alaska's first naturalist : Georg Wilhelm Steller / Ann Arnold.

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1	1709: Sonntagskind, A Sunday's Child 			00
2	Russia's Great Explorations: The First and 
	Second Kamchatka Expeditions, 
	1725-1730 and 1731-1743					00
3	On to Russia: St?ller becomes Steller,
	St. Petersburg, 1734						00
4	Steller's Journey begins, Siberia 1738-1739			00
5	Barguzinian Mountains, 1739					00
6	Kamchatka, Kuril Islands and Japan				00
7	The Volcanic Wilderness of Kamchatka			00
8 	Avacha Bay: Steller Signs on the St. Peter			00
9	1741: They Set Sail for America				00
10	Return Voyage: Kayaks and Death				 00
11	A Devastating Voyage: Scurvy and Williwaws		00
12	Kamchatka or a Barren Island?				00
13	Bering Island							00
14	Sea Eagles and Sea Cows:
	The Natural History of Bering Island				00
15	A Safe Return to Kamchatka					00
16	Steller on Trial						00
Afterword								00
Acknowledgments							00
Chapter Notes								00
Timeline								00
Bibliography								00
Index									00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Steller, Georg Wilhelm, 1709-1746.
Explorers -- Alaska -- Biography.
Explorers -- Russia (Federation) -- Russian Far East -- Biography.
Naturalists -- Alaska -- Biography.