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68 ° 24' 49" N, 145 ° 32' 34" W
3405 ft (1037.84 m)
4 mi. W of Nichenthraw Mtn. and 20 mi. N of Arctic Village, Brooks Range
Locally named for Frank Yasuda who came to Alaska about 1900; reported in 1926 by Mertie (in Smith, P. S., and others, 1929, pl. 1), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
G Lake, G Lake, Noah Lake, Swan Lake, U Lake,
Coal Mountain, Nichenthraw Mountain, Water Creek Mountain, Yasuda Mountain,