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Fillmore Island

Fillmore Island is an island in Southeast Alaska, United States. The island lies between Fillmore Inlet and Pearse Canal. The island was charted by George Vancouver in 1793, who sailed around it and proved its insular nature. It was named in 1885 ...

                                               

Fire Island (Anchorage, Alaska)

Fire Island is a 5.5-mile long island in the U.S. state of Alaska, located near the head of Cook Inlet at 61°09′34″N 150°11′55″W. It is the only island in the Municipality of Anchorage, sitting three miles off the citys Point Campbell, and nine m ...

                                               

Forrester Island (Alaska)

Forrester Island is an island in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located off the coast of the Alaska Panhandle, near its southernmost portion, 20 miles west of Dall Island, in the Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area. The island is 5.2 miles long an ...

                                               

Gravina Island (Prince William Sound)

                                               

Green Island (Alaska)

Green Island is within the Chugach National Forest north of Montague Island in Prince William Sound, Alaska. There are at least three islands named "Green Island" within Alaska.

                                               

Green Island (Aleutian Islands)

Green Island is immediately west of Adak Island in the Andreanof Islands group of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. There are at least three islands named "Green Island" within Alaska.

                                               

Grindall Island

Grindall Island is an island in the Grindall Island State Marine Park 18 miles west of Ketchikan, Alaska, United States. The island is in a remote area, only accessible by boat or plane. Captain George Vancouver named the nearby Grindall Point an ...

                                               

Haenke Island

Haenke Island is an island located in Disenchantment Bay in Alaska. It was named in 1791 by Alessandro Malaspina for Thaddaus Haenke, who was serving as botanist and naturalist with Malaspinas expedition. The island is part of Yakutat City and Bo ...

                                               

Hawkins Island

Hawkins Island is an island in the northern part of the Gulf of Alaska in the state of Alaska, United States. It lies just west of the city of Cordova, between that city and the further offshore Hinchinbrook Island. Prince William Sound lies to t ...

                                               

Hinchinbrook Island (Alaska)

Hinchinbrook Island is an island in the Gulf of Alaska lying at the entrance to Prince William Sound in the state of Alaska, United States. The island has a land area of 171.98 sq mi, making it the 37th largest island in the United States. There ...

                                               

Hog Island (Aleutian Islands)

                                               

Kalgin Island

Kalgin Island is an island in Cook Inlet of the Gulf of Alaska, southwest of the city of Kenai, Alaska, United States. It is part of the Kenai Peninsula Borough and has a land area of 58.722 km², is 11.5 km long and reported an official resident ...

                                               

Karpa Island

Karpa Island is a small island in Aleutians East Borough, Alaska, United States. It lies just south of the Alaska Peninsulas Stepovak Bay. The island has a land area of 1.861 km² and is unpopulated.

                                               

Kayak Island

Kayak Island, which includes the Bering Expedition Landing Site, is located in the Gulf of Alaska, 100 km SE of Cordova, Alaska Malaspina Coastal Plain, on the eastern edge of Chugach National Forest. It has a land area of 73.695 km² and no popul ...

                                               

Kigigak Island

Kigigak Island is an island located near the northwest corner of Nelson Island at the mouth of Ninglick River, 110 miles west of Bethel in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. It is 5 miles across. The island has a land area of 31.839 km² and was unpopulat ...

                                               

Knight Island (Alaska)

Knight Island is an island in western Prince William Sound of the Gulf of Alaska in the U.S. state of Alaska. The island has a land area of 277.166 km² 107.014 sq mi and no resident population as of 2000. The majority of the island is a part of C ...

                                               

Kohl Island (Alaska)

Kohl Island is a small island of the Near Islands, an archipelago in the extreme west of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. It lies on the south side of Agattu Island.

                                               

Kudobin Islands

The Kudobin Islands are a group of small islands in the Bering Sea, near the coast of Alaska, 13 miles west of Port Moller, Bristol Bay Low. The group includes a cluster of other small coastal islands, the Walrus and Kritskoi Islands, forming a g ...

                                               

Latouche Island

Latouche Island is an island in the southern part of Alaska, United States. It lies in the Gulf of Alaska between Montague Island to the east and Evans Island to the northwest. Latouche Island has a land area of 60.627 km² and had no resident pop ...

                                               

Little Green Island (Alaska)

                                               

Little Kiska Island

                                               

Magnetic Island (Alaska)

Magnetic Island is a small island on the north side of Tuxnedi Bay, an inlet on the lower west side of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska. The island is surrounded by mudflats that are under water during high tides. The island got its name from t ...

                                               

Middleton Island

Middleton Island is a small, uninhabited island in the U.S. state of Alaska, located in the Pacific Ocean approximately 80 miles southwest of Cordova. The island was briefly home to Middleton Island Air Force Station, an early warning radar stati ...

                                               

Minett Islet

Minett Islet is a small islet in Jamestown Bay, Sitka Sound in Alaska. It is named for United States Navy officer and Governor of American Samoa Henry Minett.

                                               

Montague Island (Alaska)

Montague Island lies in the Gulf of Alaska at the entrance to Prince William Sound, Alaska. The island has a land area of 790.88 km², making it the 26th largest island in the United States. As of the 2000 census, Montague did not have a permanent ...

                                               

Muffin Islands

Muffin Islands is an island in Wrangell, Alaska, in the United States. The islands lie at the entrance of Ernest Sound. Muffin Islands has been noted for its unusual place name.

                                               

Nameless Island (Alaska)

Nameless Island is an island in Sitka, Alaska, United States. Nameless Island was named in the year 1809 by a Russian navigator, and the present name is a translation from the Russian.

                                               

Nuka Island

Nuka Island is an island in the northern Gulf of Alaska in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, United States. It lies just off the southeastern corner of the Kenai Peninsula, across the Nuka Pass from the mainland. The island has a land area of 62.2 ...

                                               

Patton Island (Alaska)

Patton Island is an island in Aleutians East Borough, Alaska, in the United States. Patton Island was named for Admiral Raymond S. Patton, an official of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.

                                               

Pavlof Islands

The Pavlof Islands are a group of seven islands that lie south of Pavlof Bay on the Alaska Peninsula. They are part of the Aleutians East Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. The islands include Dolgoi Island, Goloi, Inner Iliasik, Outer Iliasik, ...

                                               

Peaked Island (Alaska)

Peaked Island is an uninhabited island located in the Aleutian Islands chain in Alaska. It is the westernmost point in the 50 states by direction of travel, and last sunset in U.S. territory. West of it passes the International Date Line, after w ...

                                               

Perl Island

Perl Island, also known as Pearl Island, is a mountainous island off the Kenai Peninsula coast of Alaska. One of the Chugach Islands, it is about 2.5 miles long and 1.75 miles wide. It is named for Perl D. Blodgett, a 19th-century settler in Kodi ...

                                               

Perry Island (Alaska)

                                               

Queer Island

Queer Island is an island in Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska, in the United States. The name is derived from a translation of the Russian "Ostrov Chudnoy".

                                               

Ragged Island (Pye Islands)

                                               

Shakan Island

Shakan Island is an island in Alaska off the northern coast of Kosciusko Island near the southern coastline of Shakan Bay. Its name was published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey in 1883.

                                               

Sullivan Island

Sullivan Island is an island in Lynn Canal, southwest of Chilkat Island, Southeast Alaska, United States. It was named in 1869 by Commander R. W. Meade, USN, for the master of the schooner Louisa Downs, which had wrecked on the island in 1867. Th ...

                                               

Sutwik Island

Sutwik Island is a 14-mile-long island in the U.S. state of Alaska, located at 56°33′26″N 157°10′09″W off the Alaska Peninsula, east of Chignik Bay. It is part of Lake and Peninsula Borough and the Alaska Peninsula unit of the Alaska Maritime Nat ...

                                               

Takli Island

Takli Island is an island off the southern coast of the Alaska Peninsula in the Shelikof Strait of southwestern Alaska. It is located at the mouth of Amalik Bay, off the mainland portion of Kodiak Island Borough, in Katmai National Park and Prese ...

                                               

Tatoosh Islands (Alaska)

                                               

Walrus and Kritskoi Islands

These coastal islands were renamed in 1882 by W. H. Dall, USC&GS. Russian Captain Litke 1836 had named Walrus Island as "Volchie," meaning "wolf," in 1836. This name is now applied to the eastern tip of this feature.

                                               

Anderson Island (California)

                                               

Balboa Island, Newport Beach

Balboa Island is an harborside community located in Newport Beach, California, accessible to the public via bridge, ferry and several public docks. The community is surrounded by a paved concrete boardwalk open to pedestrian traffic, designated a ...

                                               

Begg Rock

Begg Rock, 15 feet high, is 8.8 miles northwest of Vizcaino Point, the west point of San Nicolas Island, Ventura County, California., United States. It is about 11.5 by 6.7 meters in size, or 61 square meters in area. This island rises abruptly f ...

                                               

Collins Island, Newport Beach

Collins Island is a part of Balboa Island in Newport Beach, California. In 1902, James McFadden sold his Newport townsite and about half of the peninsula to William S. Collins, who saw Newport Bays resort and recreation potential. Collins took on ...

                                               

Daby Island

Daby Island is an island in Humboldt Bay in Humboldt County, California. Located east of Woodley Island, it is part of the city of Eureka and has an elevation of three feet. There are 28 historic landmarks near the island.

                                               

Grand Island (California)

Grand Island is on the land lying between Sycamore Slough and the Sacramento River. A post office operated at Grand Island from 1854 to 1919. Grand Island is located in Sacramento County, California at 38°14′08″N 121°34′45″W

                                               

Lido Isle, Newport Beach

Lido Isle is a man-made island located in the harbor of Newport Beach, California. Surrounded by the city, Lido Isle was incorporated as part of Newport Beach in 1906. At that time it was part sandbar and part mudflat. There are no commercial fac ...

                                               

Linda Isle, Newport Beach

Linda Isle is a part of the Lower Bay of Newport Beach, California. In 1954, Linda Isle became the last island to be incorporated into the city of Newport Beach, and it was in this period that the entire city, including the islands, began to chan ...

                                               

Mandeville Island

Mandeville Island is an island in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta located about 15 miles northwest of Stockton, in central California in the United States. The island covers about 5.500 acres, and lies between the Old River to the west and Middl ...

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