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Gavriil Loginovich Pribylov (Russian: Прибылов, Гавриил Логинович; first name also spelled Gavriel, Gerasim or Gerassim, last name also spelled Pribilof) (died 1796) was a Russian navigator who discovered the Bering Sea islands of St. George Island and St. Paul Island in 1786 and 1787. The islands, and surrounding small islets, now bear his name, being known as the Pribilof Islands. A year later in 1787, Pribylov discovered St. Paul Island, approximately 50 miles to the north of St. George.

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  • Gawriil Loginowitsch Pribylow auch Pribilof (russisch Гавриил Логинович Прибылов, wiss. Transliteration Gavriil Loginovič Pribylov; * unbekannt; † 1796) war ein russischer Navigator. Von 1781 bis 1786 war Pribilof der Kapitän der „Swjatoi Georgi“, die der Russisch-Amerikanischen Kompagnie gehörte. Im Jahr 1788 erkundete er das Beringmeer und entdeckte dabei die Inseln St. George und St. Paul nördlich der Aleuten. Die Inselgruppe wurde 1789 ihm zu Ehren Pribilof Islands genannt.
  • Gavriil Loguinovitch Pribylov ou anciennement Pribilof (en russe : Гавриил Логинович Прибылов) (? - mort en 1796) est un navigateur russe. En 1781-1786, il était le capitaine du navire Sviatoï Gueorgui (Saint-Georges), qui appartenait à la compagnie russe d'Amérique. En 1788, il explora la mer de Béring, découvrant les îles Saint-George et Saint-Paul (au nord des îles Aléoutiennes). Le marchand russe Grigori Chelikhov nommera ce groupe d'îles les îles Pribilof en 1789.
  • È stato lo scopritore delle isole di San Giorgio e San Paolo.
  • Gavriil Loginovitsj Pribylov (Pribilof) (Russisch: Гавриил Логинович Прибылов) (overleden 1796), was een Russische zeevaarder die de Pribilofeilanden ontdekte, die naar hem zijn genoemd. Tussen 1781 en 1786 was Gavriil Pribylov kapitein van het zeilschip Svjatoj Georgi ("Heilige Joris"), dat eigendom was van de Russisch-Amerikaanse Compagnie. In 1788 onderzocht hij de wateren in de Beringzee, en ontdekte zo de eilanden Saint George (Sv. Georgi) en Saint Paul (Sv. Pavel) ten noorden van de eilandengroep Aleoeten. De Russische handelaar Grigori Sjelichov noemde de eilandengroep naar Pribylov in 1789.
  • Гавриил Логинович Прибылов (?—1796) — русский мореплаватель. В 1781—1786 был капитаном судна «Святой Георгий», принадлежавшего Русско-Американской Компании. В 1788, исследуя Берингово море, открыл острова Св. Георгия и Св. Павла. В 1789 купец Григорий Шелихов назвал эту группу островов именем Прибылова.
  • Gavriil Loginovich Pribylov (Russian: Прибылов, Гавриил Логинович; first name also spelled Gavriel, Gerasim or Gerassim, last name also spelled Pribilof) (died 1796) was a Russian navigator who discovered the Bering Sea islands of St. George Island and St. Paul Island in 1786 and 1787. The islands, and surrounding small islets, now bear his name, being known as the Pribilof Islands. A year later in 1787, Pribylov discovered St. Paul Island, approximately 50 miles to the north of St. George.
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  • Gavriil Loginovich Pribylov (Russian: Прибылов, Гавриил Логинович; first name also spelled Gavriel, Gerasim or Gerassim, last name also spelled Pribilof) (died 1796) was a Russian navigator who discovered the Bering Sea islands of St. George Island and St. Paul Island in 1786 and 1787. The islands, and surrounding small islets, now bear his name, being known as the Pribilof Islands. Pribylov was commander of theRussian American Company ship St. George (Sv. Georgii Pobedonosets), a sloop or galiot, when he discovered St. George Island on June 25, 1786, by following the sounds of barking northern fur seals. Pribylov's discovery successfully ended an active three-year search for the lucrative breeding grounds of fur seals by Siberian merchants. His expedition was funded jointly by Grigory Shelikhov and Pavel Lebedev-Lastochkin. Shelikhov controlled a monopoly on Aleutian fur-trading activities granted by Empress Catherine II of Russia, but often took on partners to help fund his activities; the two men would later become rivals. More than 20 of Pribylov's crew, which was of mixed Russian and Aleut descent, were left on St. George Island to hunt the seals. Both Russians and Aleuts stayed behind for the hunt. This played a key role in establishing the international hunting of northern fur seals, which continued in various forms until banned by international treaty in 1911, and nearly forced the seals to extinction. A year later in 1787, Pribylov discovered St. Paul Island, approximately 50 miles to the north of St. George. In truth, Pribylov did not actually discover the islands, as he was directed to their approximate location by the son of an Aleut chief. The then-uninhabited islands, known to the Aleuts as Amiq, were a fabled hunting ground in Aleut oral tradition.
  • Gawriil Loginowitsch Pribylow auch Pribilof (russisch Гавриил Логинович Прибылов, wiss. Transliteration Gavriil Loginovič Pribylov; * unbekannt; † 1796) war ein russischer Navigator. Von 1781 bis 1786 war Pribilof der Kapitän der „Swjatoi Georgi“, die der Russisch-Amerikanischen Kompagnie gehörte. Im Jahr 1788 erkundete er das Beringmeer und entdeckte dabei die Inseln St. George und St. Paul nördlich der Aleuten. Die Inselgruppe wurde 1789 ihm zu Ehren Pribilof Islands genannt.
  • Gavriil Loguinovitch Pribylov ou anciennement Pribilof (en russe : Гавриил Логинович Прибылов) (? - mort en 1796) est un navigateur russe. En 1781-1786, il était le capitaine du navire Sviatoï Gueorgui (Saint-Georges), qui appartenait à la compagnie russe d'Amérique. En 1788, il explora la mer de Béring, découvrant les îles Saint-George et Saint-Paul (au nord des îles Aléoutiennes). Le marchand russe Grigori Chelikhov nommera ce groupe d'îles les îles Pribilof en 1789.
  • È stato lo scopritore delle isole di San Giorgio e San Paolo.
  • Gavriil Loginovitsj Pribylov (Pribilof) (Russisch: Гавриил Логинович Прибылов) (overleden 1796), was een Russische zeevaarder die de Pribilofeilanden ontdekte, die naar hem zijn genoemd. Tussen 1781 en 1786 was Gavriil Pribylov kapitein van het zeilschip Svjatoj Georgi ("Heilige Joris"), dat eigendom was van de Russisch-Amerikaanse Compagnie. In 1788 onderzocht hij de wateren in de Beringzee, en ontdekte zo de eilanden Saint George (Sv. Georgi) en Saint Paul (Sv. Pavel) ten noorden van de eilandengroep Aleoeten. De Russische handelaar Grigori Sjelichov noemde de eilandengroep naar Pribylov in 1789.
  • Гавриил Логинович Прибылов (?—1796) — русский мореплаватель. В 1781—1786 был капитаном судна «Святой Георгий», принадлежавшего Русско-Американской Компании. В 1788, исследуя Берингово море, открыл острова Св. Георгия и Св. Павла. В 1789 купец Григорий Шелихов назвал эту группу островов именем Прибылова.
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