Kalulingmiut (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in Nome (CA) Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Kalulingmiut (historical)|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Feature Type:||Populated Place|
|Description:||on Cape Douglas, 21 mi. SW of Teller, Seward Peninsula High.|
|History:||Site of an Eskimo village reported in the "Esquimaux," the newspaper published in 1866 and 1867 by personnel of the Western Union Telegraph Expedition quartered at Teller. Ivan Petroff in the 10th Census in 1880 (p. 11) listed "Nook," which means "point of land," here, with a population of 36. He showed "Nookmute" on his map.|
|Borough:||Nome (CA) Borough|
|Sullivan Camp, AK (15.8 miles ENE)|