Siniogamute (historical) is a cultural feature (park) in Nome (CA) Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Siniogamute (historical)|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||on N shore of Port Clarence, 8 mi. NW of Teller, Seward Peninsula High.|
|History:||Former Eskimo village reported as "Zingaramute" by members of the Western Union Telegraph Expedition quartered at Teller, 1866-67. In the 1880 Census, Petroff (1884, p. 11) listed the village of "Siniogamute" population 36; in 1890 the population was recorded with the villages of Port Clarence. Hodge (1910, p. 577) Bureau of American Ethnology (BAE), lists "Sinuk" located on N shore of Port Clarence.|
|Borough:||Nome (CA) Borough|
Brevig Mission, AK
(1.9 miles ESE)
Teller, AK (8.1 miles SE)
Port Clarence, AK
(10.5 miles SW)