Hooper Mountains

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along Arctic Ocean Coast between Cape Lisburn and Barrow.

These non-existant mountains or hills were so named in 1880 by Ivan Petroff after Captain C. L. Hooper, U.S. Revenue-Cutter Service (USRCS). Petroff may have been referring to the Brooks Range.

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