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Coffman Cove, 5 acres Cedar Grove Lot, MLS #16603

Island Realty #17014 / MLS #16603 Lot 21, Cedar Grove Subdivision, Coffman Cove ^^^^^ $69,900 ^^^^ MORE PHOTOS TO VIEW LOT 21 CALL DENNIS at 1.775.420.1688 Featured Drone  Panaramic view of lot looking towards Straits. At over five (5) acres, Lot 21 is the largest lot in the Coffman Cove’s Cedar Grove Subdivision. The lot is wooded, with an improved gravel

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Harris River Home and Lodge, MLS #16782

———————– $270,000 ———————–  MLS #16782  Lot 29, Harris River Subdivision, Hollis Relaxing, comfortable lifestyle with significant income potential only six miles from the IFA FERRY Terminal The three separate units on  2.2  wooded ACRES  TO VIEW This HOME,  CALL DENNIS at 1.775.420.1688 LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!    This well located, potential lodge/residence is located 6 miles from the IFA ferry terminal and

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Salt Chuck Mine: Bornite to Palladium

Today, the Salt Chuck mine’s rusting ore processing equipment remains mostly in place while the three story mill was (Image 1) removed as part of the CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response and Liability Act) site cleanup in 2011. The Salt Chuck[1] was initially as a copper mine but became Alaska’s major producer of palladium[2] after the metal was discovered in the

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sitka deer life as seen along setter lake, south thorne bay

When we first arrived at Setter Lake in 2006-7, our warmest welcoming committee consisted of  a little family of Sitka deer. The family unit consisted of the matriarch, affectionately nicknamed MamaDoe, her spotted twins, and a young spiked buck that appeared to be related to her. They=ir entry into our lives started with raiding our bird seeders, enthusiastically sampling our nascent

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larry heady in his element on prince of wales island

(featured photo:  Larry Heady at mouth of mine) As I have been writing blogs on the mines of Kasaan Peninsula, I was thinking about some of my field trips to mines and outcrops on the Island. As I wrote, I could not help thinking of an old friend, Larry Heady. By the time I arrived in late 2001, Larry had

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lichtenstadter and mount andrew mine kasaan peninsula

Lichtenstadter and the Mount Andrew Mine Abundant natural resources have attracted prehistoric native peoples, European explorers/traders, and Americans to Prince of Wales Island. The Island’s has a long history of natural resource development. Mining has been an important part of that history. This blog continues our series of blogs about mining on the Kasaan Peninsula. One of the principal mines

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