Nu-dru-vuk-puk (historical) in North Slope Borough AK


Nu-dru-vuk-puk (historical), North Slope Borough, Alaska

Nu-dru-vuk-puk (historical) is a populated place feature (populated place) in North Slope Borough.

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Feature Name: Nu-dru-vuk-puk (historical)
Category: Alaska physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Populated Place
Class: Populated Place
Description: site of an Eskimo village, at N end of Chandler Lake, at mouth of Inikaklik Creek, 26 mi. WNW of Anaktuvuk Pass, Brooks Range
History: Name reported in March 1886 by Lieutenant Stoney (1900, map), U.S. Navy (USN).
Borough: North Slope Borough
Latitude: 68.25
Longitude: -152.633331299
GNIS ID: 1895973

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