Chrome (historical) is a cultural feature (locale) in Kenai Peninsula Borough.
|Feature Name:||Chrome (historical)|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|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|
NOTE: This map shows the HISTORICAL LOCATION of a feature that is no longer visible!
Port Graham, AK
(9.9 miles N)
Nanwalek, AK (10.9 miles NNW)
(16.3 miles NNE)
Seldovia Village, AK (19.5 miles NNE)
|Jakolof Bay, AK (19.8 miles NNE)|