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Misty Fiords National Monument

Misty Fiords National Monument (or Misty Fjords National Monument) is a national monument and wilderness area administered by the U.S. Forest Service as part of the Tongass National Forest. Misty Fiords is about 40 miles (64 km) east of Ketchikan, Alaska, along the Inside Passage coast in extreme southeastern Alaska, comprising 2,294,343 acres (928,488 ha) of Tongass National Forest in Alaska's Panhandle.

Alaska Marine Highway

The or the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) is a ferry service operated by the government of the U.S. state of Alaska. It has its headquarters in Ketchikan, Alaska. The Alaska Marine Highway System operates along the south-central coast of the state, the eastern Aleutian islands and the Inside Passage of Alaska and British Columbia, Canada.

Deer Mountain (Alaska) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deer Mountain is a 3,001 feet (915 m) mountain peak located in the Tongass National Forest in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Alaska, which dominates the skyline behind downtown Ketchikan.

Potlatch Totem Park in Ketchikan Alaska

Totem poles tell exciting tales at Potlatch Park in Ketchikan Alaska. You'll also find vintage cars, meet the working artists, and much more!

Totem Bight State Historical Park

Totem Bight State Historical Park is a 33-acre (13 ha) state park in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located north of Ketchikan. In 1938, the United States Forest Service used Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) funds to hire skilled carvers from among the older Native Alaskans to repair or duplicate totem poles that were abandoned when the natives moved to communities where work was available.

Settlers Cove State Recreation Site

Settlers Cove State Recreation Site, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation

Totem Heritage Center

The Totem Heritage Center is a museum operated by the City of Ketchikan in the U.S. state of Alaska. The Heritage Center houses one of the world's largest collections of unrestored 19th century totem poles. The poles were recovered from uninhabited Tlingit settlements on Village Island and Tongass Island, south of Ketchikan, as well as from the Haida village of Old Kasaan.

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Come to Dolly's House Museum in Ketchikan, Alaska to experience the history of the Red-Light district through a narrated video tour.

Revillagigedo Island

The island is separated from the Alaska mainland to the east by Behm Canal, from Prince of Wales Island to the west by the Clarence Strait, and from Annette Island to the south by Revillagigedo Channel and Nichols Passage.

Guard Island Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Construction of the Guard Island Lighthouse began in the summer of 1903 and was completed by September 1904. The 34-foot (10 m) wooden tower housed a fourth order Fresnel lens that produced a fixed white light. However, the wood used for Guard Island Light Station, as well as for several other Alaskan lighthouses, soon deteriorated in the harsh weather conditions.

www.Ketchikansalmonfishing.com - Alaska Salmon Fishing Charters & Tours

In the United States, Ketchikansalmonfishing.com is ranked 4,480,470, with an estimated < 300 monthly visitors a month. Click to view other data about this site.