Cape Krusenstern is a physical feature (cape) in Northwest Arctic Borough. The primary coordinates for Cape Krusenstern places it within the 99752 ZIP Code delivery area.
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|Feature Name:||Cape Krusenstern|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||on Chukchi Sea coast, N point of entrance to Kotzebue Sound, 35 mi. NW of Kotzebue; Kotzebue-Kobuk Low.|
|History:||on August 14, 1816, Lieutenant Otto von Kotzebue, Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), wrote "we reached the promontory, which forms the north entrance to the sound, which recieved the name of Krusenstern." for Admiral Adam Johann von Krusenstern, first Russian circumnavigator, 1803-04. west of Ingitkalik Mountain were not seen at that time and Kotzebue applied the name to this promontory. "Killianuk" was recorded by Reverend Stuck (1920, p. 85) in 1918.|
|Borough:||Northwest Arctic Borough|
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