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...public library. In 1945, an earthquake cracked open the bottom of the ocean floor a few miles offshore of the Scotch Cap Lighthouse, on the eastern side of Unimak Pass, sending a tidal wave that destroyed the 60-foot structure. I n the nation...

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...miners in Alaska. In 1945, An earthquake cracked open the bottom of the ocean floor a few miles offshore of the Scotch Cap Lighthouse, on the eastern side of Unimak Pass, sending a tidal wave that destroyed the 60-foot structure, and travelled...

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New vessel for Ketchikan christened

...Chief Boatswain's Mate Anthony Lawrence Petit, who was killed in 1946 from an earthquake-driven tsunami at Scotch Cap Lighthouse, on Unimak Island in the Aleutians. Petit and four other Coast Guardsmen, including Petty Officer Jack Colvin...

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...Chief Boatswain's Mate Anthony Lawrence Petit, who was killed in 1946 from an earthquake-driven tsunami at Scotch Cap Lighthouse, on Unimak Island in the Aleutians. Petit and four other Coast Guardsmen, including Petty Officer Jack Colvin...

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This Day in History

...miners in Alaska. In 1945, an earthquake cracked open the bottom of the ocean floor a few miles offshore of the Scotch Cap Lighthouse, on the eastern side of Unimak Pass. The earthquake caused a tidal wave that destroyed the 60-foot structure...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/040108/sta_263940553.shtml
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