Capaloa (historical) in North Slope Borough AK


Capaloa (historical), North Slope Borough, Alaska

Capaloa (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in North Slope Borough.

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Feature Name: Capaloa (historical)
Category: Alaska physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Populated Place
Class: Populated Place
Description: site of an Eskimo village on Chukchi Sea Coast, at Kapaloak Creek, 0.5 mi. SE of Cape Dyer, Arctic Slope.
History: Eskimo name obtained by J. B. Driggs, Point Hope missionary, and reported in 1904 by Collier (1906, p. 44) who wrote "An abandoned native settlement here bears the name Capaloa***." See Cape Dyer and Kapaloak Creek.
Borough: North Slope Borough
Latitude: 68.6458358765
Longitude: -166.220840454
GNIS ID: 1893818

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