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Re: Fox, Vinburg and Kashevroff in Unalaska
Posted by: Elizabeth Beechwood Date: September 13, 2000 at 08:57:07
In Reply to: Fox, Vinburg and Kashevroff in Unalaska by Rhia R. Drouillard of 2383

Wow, what an interesting part of your family history! I can't find a database online and Kashevaroff is a very common name in the area. I've always seen it spelled with a vowel between the V and R in the last name.
If you try the Aleutian Museum in Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, there is a good slide show and you may be able to contact someone who can help you out. They may be interested in what YOU have, too!
There is also a place that has a video for sale on the Aleutian Evacuation. There is a good description and you may interested???
I don't know who these folks are, but the historical description may interest you.
I work at the Homer Library and have access to the Unalaska/Dutch Harbor phone book. There will probably be too many Kashaveroffs to list for you, but if you want, I can photocopy the pages and send them to you if you send me your address.



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