Baranof island



an island in SE Alaska, part of the Alexander Archipelago. 1607 sq. mi. (4162 sq. km).
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Some may have an interest in the story of the quaint, quiet, beautiful village on the shore of Baranof Island.
The Story of Sitka C. L. Andrews

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an island off SE Alaska, in the western part of the Alexander Archipelago. Area: 4162 sq km (1607 sq miles)

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