Mitliktavik (historical) in North Slope Borough AK
Mitliktavik (historical), North Slope Borough, Alaska
Mitliktavik (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in North Slope Borough.
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site of an Eskimo village, on Chukchi Sea coast, on Kasegaluk Lagoon, 21 mi. SW of Wainwright, Arctic Plain.
Eskimo name recorded as "Me-lik-tahk-vik" by Archdeacon Stuck (1920, p. 192). Orth was told at Wainwright in 1965 that this is a place where canoes are built. "Mitlik" means "adz", or "place where the adz is used."
North Slope Borough
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Data Source - USGS GNIS ID: 1406453
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