Chrome (historical) in Kenai Peninsula Borough AK


Chrome (historical), Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska

Chrome (historical) is a cultural feature (locale) in Kenai Peninsula Borough.

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Feature Name: Chrome (historical)
Category: Alaska physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Locale
Description: on Kenai Peninsula, on W shore of Chrome Bay, 17 mi. SSW of Seldovia, Chugach Mts.
History: Mining camp and townsite reported by Gill (1920, p. 99), Cornell University, in 1918. The camp was so named beacuse of its association with the nearby " "chrome ore mine" which began operation in 1917. The camp is now abandoned. The original Indian name was "Toqakvik."
Borough: Kenai Peninsula Borough
Latitude: 59.2086105347
Longitude: -151.820281982

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