Kokwok (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in Dillingham (CA) Borough. The primary coordinates for Kokwok (historical) places it within the 99576 ZIP Code delivery area.
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|Feature Name:||Kokwok (historical)|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Feature Type:||Populated Place|
|Description:||on right bank of Nushagak River, near mouth of Kokwok River, 36 mi. NE of Dillingham, Bristol Bay Low.|
|History:||Eskimo village or camp mentioned by Ivan Petroff in the 10th Census of 1880 as "Kukuak." It was called "Kok-wok-ha-mut," meaning "Kok-wok people," on a 1910 manuscript map by H. C. Fasset, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF). F. H. Waskey, a local resident, reported in 1931 that the name "Kokwok" was nearer the Eskimo pronunciation than "Kakuak or "Kakwok." The population of the village was 104 in 1880; 45 in 1890. The village is now abandoned.|
|Borough:||Dillingham (CA) Borough|
(3.6 miles NE)
New Stuyahok, AK
(12.6 miles NE)
|Tunravik, AK (16.5 miles NE)|