Rousseau Range

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Quick Facts
  • Location: 55 ° 24' 38" N, 130 ° 15' 13" W
  • Region: Ketchikan Gateway
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  • Elevation: 3209 ft (978.1 m)
  • Parent: Coast Mountains


extends W from Portland Canal, N of Peabody Mts., Coast Mts.

Named in 1868 by Staff Commander David Pender, Royal Navy (RN), possibly for General Lovell H. Rousseau, who accepted the territory of Alaska for the United States in 1867, in a ceremony with Russian representatives at Sitka.



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