Baird Mountains

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120 miles long. Extends E-W at SW end of Brooks Range, separated from Schwatka Mts. on E by Amakomanak Creek and Redstone River and bounded on W by valley of Noatak River.

History
Named in 1886 by Lieutenant G. M. Stoney, U.S. Navy (USN), for Spencer Fullerton Baird. See Baird Glacier.

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