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67 ° 4' 0" N, 163 ° 18' 0" W
75 ft (22.86 m)
on N shore of Kotzebue Sound, at mouth of Tukrok River, 13 mi. SE of Cape Krusenstern, Kotzebue-Kobuk Low.;
Former Eskimo village or camp visited in 1898 and reported as "Anyok," by Lieutenant D. H. Jarvis, U.S. Revenue-Cutter Service (USRCS).
Kimirok Hill, Simik Mountain,
Akargichek Mountain, Ingitkalik Mountain, Kaksurok Mountain, Milokrawlok Mountain, Tiyaktalik Mountain,
Situkuyok River, Tukrok River,