Pokok (historical) in North Slope Borough AK


Pokok (historical), North Slope Borough, Alaska

Pokok (historical) is a cultural feature (locale) in North Slope Borough.

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Feature Name: Pokok (historical)
Category: Alaska physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Locale
Description: site of Eskimo camp on coast of Beaufort Sea, believed to have been located on Pokok Lagoon, Arctic Plain.
History: The Eskimo name Pokang is shown in this area on John Simpson's native map, 1853, as the farthest point seen by the Point Barrow natives. Leffingwell (1919, p. 98), places the name Pokok between Points Humpheys and Griffin. The present-day Eskimo at Barter I. say the village was once located at the E. end of Pokok Lagoon.
Borough: North Slope Borough
Latitude: 70.038482666
Longitude: -142.745498657
GNIS ID: 1896228
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