In the summer of 1830, Ferdinand P. Von Wrangell made a long and difficult journey across Siberia accompanied by his wife and infant daughter, to cross the North Pacific to New Archangel (Sitka). This was Von Wrangell’s third visit to Russian-America. In 1836 he returned to Russia by way of Mexico. He tried unsuccessfully to negotiate and enlargement of Russian possessions in California. He visited the tribes of Northern California during this trip.
Indians of Upper California Wrangell's trip through the Russian River Valley 1834
Von Wrangell, Ferdinand Petrovich. Indians of Upper California: Wrangell’s trip through the Russian River Valley, 1834.