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F.)The body of one of the 3 missing Hart children might have been found Saturday off the coast of Mendocino County.

Up to the 19th century, the areal possession of the Russian Empire in North America included the modern-day U. state of Alaska and settlements in the modern-day U. states of California (1 settlement) and Hawaii (3 settlements, starting in 1817).

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Salt, used by the Company in preserving pelts, was obtained on islands in Baja California.

Fort Ross in Bodega Bay, just north of San Francisco, was a stop on that route until 1841 when the fort was sold to the "swindler" Johann Sutter, on whose land the first California Gold was found.

Formal incorporation of the possessions by Russia did not take place until the establishment of the Russian-American Company (RAC) in 1799.

In 1809–1917, Finland was an autonomous part of the Russian Empire, a Grand Duchy, during which time the operations of both Russian merchant and naval fleets, as well as the building of naval vessels, relied heavily on Finnish know-how and Finnish seamen and officers.

During the final three decades of the existence of Russian America, Finnish Chief Managers ("governors") of Russian America included Arvid Adolf Etholén (a.k.a.

Etolin) in 1840–1845 and Johan Hampus Furuhjelm in 1859–1864. These seamen manned Russian naval ships as well as its deep-sea-going vessels.At the time, Russia was a relatively young naval power, gaining gradually access to the Baltic Sea only after the city of Saint Petersburg was founded on its coast in 1703.In 1839, Sitka Lutheran Church, the first Protestant congregation on the west coast of the Americas and the first Lutheran congregation on the entire Pacific Rim was founded in Sitka, Alaska by Finns, and also other Lutherans who worked for the Russian-American Company.It extends down Market Street toward Church Street and on both sides of the Castro neighborhood from Church Street to Eureka Street.Although the greater gay community was, and is, concentrated in the Castro, many gay people live in the surrounding residential areas bordered by Corona Heights, the Mission District, Noe Valley, Twin Peaks, and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods.Some consider it to include Duboce Triangle and Dolores Heights, which both have a strong LGBT presence.

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