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55 ° 57' 54" N, 133 ° 47' 36" W
Prince of Wales-Hyder (CA)
7 ft (2.13 m)
population 92, at Cape Pole, on E shore of Fishermans Harbor, on SW coast of Kosciusko I., Alex. Arch.
The Cape Pole post office was established in 1949 and discontinued in 1953 (Ricks, 1965, p. 9). Cape Pole is a logging community with a population of about 100 (Alaska Sportsman, 1962, no. 12, p. 28).
Alice Rocks, Finger Shoal, Point Saint Albans Reef, Slide Reef,
Port Alice, Cone Bay, Edna Bay, False Cove, Fishermans Harbor, Halibut Harbor, Iphigenia Bay, Pole Anchorage, Shakan Bay, Survey Cove, Warren Cove,
Point Saint Albans, Point Borlase, Point Hardscrabble, Boot Point, Cape Lynch, Cape Pole, Dead Tree Point, Limestone Point, Ruins Point, Surf Point,
Cosmos Pass, Fake Pass, Straw Pass, Warren Channel,
Amelius Island, Black Rock, Bluff Island, Borlase Rock, Entrance Island, Finger Islands, Green Island, Gull Island, Losa Island, Quartz Rock, Round Island, Shakan Island, Station Island, Warren Island, Whale Head Island, Whale Rock,
Bald Peak, Cone Peak, Mount Francis, Warren Peak,
Charley Creek, Survey Creek, Trout Creek,
Cape Pole, Edna Bay, Port Alice,