Topkok (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in Nome (CA) Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Topkok (historical)|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Feature Type:||Populated Place|
|Description:||at mouth of Topkok River, N shore of Norton Sound, 15 mi. E of Solomon, Seward Peninsula High|
|History:||Former Eskimo village reported in the 1880 Census as "Tup-ka-ak," population 15. The 1890 Census listed "Tap-hok" but gave no polulation. A mining camp appears to have been set up here in about 1900 and the 1908 "Map of Seward Peninsula" by Arthur Gibson shows a "Topkok Roadhouse" at this site.|
|Borough:||Nome (CA) Borough|
(5.6 miles E)
Quigleys Camp, AK (12.8 miles WNW)
East Fork, AK (13.3 miles NW)
Lees Camp, AK
(13.9 miles WNW)
Solomon, AK (14.7 miles W)