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Off the Beaten Path: Mysteries of Yakobi Island, part III

...occurred. Most guess it was either in Surge Bay or the southern entrance of friend Sandy Craig, I went to Surge Bay in hopes of finding a petroglyph...When Craig told me we were going to Surge Bay to search for petroglyphs this summer...
Off the Beaten Path: The mysteries of Yakobi Island, part I in her hand. "In Surge Bay, on the outer coast of the island...belong to Yakobi Island, likely Surge Bay or the southern entrance of Lisianski...began. Joe, Sandy and I fished Surge Bay for the July king opener. The first...
Off the Beaten Path: The mysteries of Yakobi Island, part II

...southwest entrance of Lisianski Strait and the entrance to Surge Bay can be quite dangerous, particularly when there is a...The second link is an unusual petroglyph located in Surge Bay, located on the outer coast of Yakobi Island. Numerous...
Yakobi Island possesses unique archeological features, mysteries

...heart of any aspiring archeologist. First, let me tell of the re-discovery of the lost Tlingit village of Apolosovo at Surge Bay. The name Apolosovo was given to the village in a Russian report of 1805, but probably the Tlingit had a different name...
Photo: Toll from another time

...absorbed into the Tlingit population, or, as recent research suggests, capsized and drowned in the treacherous waters near Surge Bay. Sailing from Kamchatka on two ships on a Russian voyage of discovery, Vitus Bering and Aleksei Chirikov were separated...
Local travels to celebration of Russian-American relations

...Village of Apolosovo and the Fate of the Chirikov Expedition," which describes the Russian discovery of Alaska in 1741 at Surge Bay on the outer coast of Southeast Alaska and the tragic loss of 15 men.
The Russians are coming

...Chirikov Expedition." Tlingit scholars Nora and Richard Dauenhauer are also going to make the trip. They all hope to visit Surge Bay on Yakobi Island, where 200 years ago there was a Tlingit village of at least 100 male adults, as reported in an early...


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