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Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey (Volume 39 ) book

Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey (Volume 39 ) by Geological Survey
Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey (Volume 39 )
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Author: Geological Survey
Page Count: 568 pages
Published Date: 13 Jan 2012
Publisher: General Books
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Type: eBook
ISBN: 9781235114236
File Name: Bulletin.of.the.United.States.Geological.Survey.(Volume.39.).pdf
Download Link: Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey (Volume 39 )
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1902. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Danger; island, in the entrance to Red bay, Prince of Wales island, Alexander archipelago. So named by Helm in 1886. Erroneously Dead island on one chart. Danger; island, near Ward cove, in Tnngass narrows, Alexander archipelago. So named by Nichols in 1883. Danger, island; see Dead. Danger; islet, "small and wooded" at the southern end of Mary island, Revillagi gedo channel, Alexander archipelago. So called by Nichols in the Coast Pilot (1891, p. 98). It is now called Danger. Danger; passage, between Cat island and Mary island, Revillagigedo channel, Alexander archipelago. So named by Nichols in 1883. Danger; ]H)int, on the eastern or Mitkof island shore of Wrangell strait, Alexander archipelago. So named by Dall in 1879. Danger; point, the southern point of entrance to Kootznahoo inlet, Admiralty island, Alexander archipelago. Descriptive name given by Meade in 1869. Danger; reef, in Tongass narrows, near Ward cove, Alexander archipelago. Named by the Coast Survey in 1883. Name not found on any chart. Also called Danger Island reef. Danger; rock, in Narrow strait, between Kodiak and Spruce islands, Kodiak group. Named Opasnie (dangerous) by Murashef in 1839-40. Danger; rock, near Danger point, Wrangell strait, Alexander archipelago. So named by Meade in 18(59. Dangerous; cape, between Kiliuda and Ugak bays, on the southeastern shore of Kodiak. Nan;el Opasnie (dangerous) by Lisianski in 1805. Has also been written Onatzno. Dangerous; cape, the northern point of entrance to Graham harbor, Cook inlet. Named Opasnoi (dangerous) by Tebenkof in 1849. Dnngerow; channel, separating Biorka from other islands in or near Sitka sound. So named by United States naval officers in 1879-80. Nichols, in the Coast Pilot, suggests that this name is premature. Dangerous; passage, ...

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