Sarana Island is a physical feature (island) in Aleutians East Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Sarana Island|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||10 mi. SW of Dolgoi I., at SW end of Aleutian Range|
|History:||Russian name published by Captain Tebenkov (1852, map 24), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), as "O(strov) Sarannoy" meaning "Martagon Island." The martagon is a kind of lily grown on the Kamchatka Peninsula and was used to make liquor for the Bering Expedition in 1738 (Bancroft, 1886, p. 57). "Saranoy", the transliteration of the Russian name, was published in 1888 by U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF).|
|Borough:||Aleutians East Borough|
Note that you do not have the right to enter private property without the owner's permission. You do have a right to access goverment property that is open to the general public. The GNIS Feature Detail Report for Sarana Island does not include property ownership information.
|Belkofski, AK (10 miles NNW)|