Mount Sergeant Robinson

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Quick Facts
  • Location: 61 ° 34' 35" N, 147 ° 50' 55" W
  • Region: Matanuska-Susitna
  • Nearest City: Palmer
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  • Elevation: 10190 ft (3105.91 m)
  • Parent: Chugach Mountains

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In the Chugach Mountains, 10.4 mi SSW of Mount Wickersham, 10 mi. NW of Mount Marcus Baker, 41 mi. E of Palmer, and 73 mi ENE of Anchorage, Chugach Mts.

History
Named in 1965 by Senator E. L. Bartlett for Sergeant George F. Robinson, USA, (died 1907), who on April 14, 1865 thwarted the assassination attempt on Secretary of State William H.Seward, being himself severely wounded in action. The assassination attempt took place the same evening that President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

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