Synonyms for yakutat or Related words with yakutat

angoon              unalaska              hoonah              chichagof              juneau              chenega              klawock              kenai              skagway              nushagak              tyonek              baranof              nikiski              unalakleet              soldotna              wrangell              egegik              seldovia              shishmaref              ketchikan              ninilchik              belkofski              adak              gambell              camano              noorvik              aniak              chignik              godhavn              koyukuk              qikiqtarjuaq              susitna              ugashik              nenana              umnak              kodiak              tatitlek              nulato              akhiok              ocracoke              aleutians              naknek              metlakatla              unimak              etolin              cuttyhunk              coupeville              kusilvak              aleknagik              vashon             

Examples of "yakutat"
Yakutat Airport origins date from 1940 when Yakutat Army Airfield was constructed as part of the United States Army's long-range defense program for Alaska.
Fishing is currently the largest economic activity in Yakutat.
Yakutat Army Airfield is a former United States Army airfield located three nautical miles (6 km) southeast of the central business district of Yakutat, a city and borough in the U.S. state of Alaska which has no road access to the outside world. After its closure, it was redeveloped into Yakutat Airport.
The Shelikhov-Golikov company, precursor of the Russian-American Company, under the management of Alexander Andreyevich Baranov, settled Yakutat Bay in 1795. It was known as New Russia, Yakutat Colony, or Slavorossiya.
Elmer Edwin Rasmuson was born in Yakutat, Alaska to Edward Anton Rasmuson (1882-1949) and Jenny Olson Rasmuson, Swedish immigrants and missionaries of the Evangelical Covenant Church who had met in Yakutat. Elmer had an older sister, Evangeline, born 1906.
Alessandro Malaspina, after whom the Malaspina Glacier is named, explored the Alaskan coast as far north as Prince William Sound. His expedition made contact with the "Laxhaayík Khwáan" of the Yakutat area upon reaching Yakutat Bay.
While working at a local cannery from 1912 to 1941, Seiki Kayamori extensively photographed Yakutat and its area. A large set of prints of his work is held by Yakutat City Hall.
The St. Elias Mountains is the highest coastal mountain range on Earth. It formed due to the subduction of the Yakutat plate underneath the North American plate. The Yakutat microplate is a wedge shaped oceanic plateau with 20–30 km thickness. Similar to the adjacent Pacific plate (7 km crustal thickness) the Yakutat plate is currently moving northwestward with a rate of ~50 mm/year with respect to stable North America. The Yakutat plate is transported northwards along the active Fairweather Fault, which probably started more than 35 million years ago. Due to its thickness the Yakutat plate is buoyant resulting in surface uplift of the overriding North American plate, which formed the Talkeetna Mountains and the Alaska Range in southcentral Alaska located above the subducted part of the Yakutat plate.
Relative to North America, the Yakutat Block moves at a rate of about 45 mm/yr to the north northwest, along the Fairweather fault. There is about 20 mm/yr of contraction between the Yakutat block and the Pacific plate, which is probably accommodated on an offshore structure. South of Yakutat Bay, the boundary between the Yakutat block and the North American plate is once again along the Fairweather Fault. North of Yakutat Bay, between Yakutat Bay and the Copper River/Wrangell Mountains region, about 40 mm/yr of contraction is taken up by compression, accommodated by faults within the continental crust. The convergence rate is among the highest in the world within continental crust, surpassing even that which is occurring between the Indo-Australian Plate and the Eurasian Plate which is lifting the Himalayas.
"Yakutat" earned two campaign stars during this Vietnam War tour, for:
Icy Bay is popular destination for sea kayakers, and is reachable by bush plane from Yakutat.
The City and Borough of Yakutat (, ) (Tlingit: "Yaakwdáat") is a borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. Incorporated as a non-unified Home Rule Borough on September 22, 1992, Yakutat was previously a city in the Skagway-Yakutat-Angoon Census Area (afterwards renamed the Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Area). The name is Tlingit, "Yaakwdáat" ("the place where canoes rest") but it originally derives from an Eyak name "diyaʼqudaʼt" and was influenced by the Tlingit word "yaakw" ("canoe, boat").
In the late 70s, the city of Yakutat and the library shared expenses to develop two sets of prints from about seven hundred negatives, and to make copy negatives of about three hundred photographs. A group of Yakutat residents met with the state librarian to identify people and places in the pictures. One set of prints currently resides at the Yakutat City Hall, the other at the state library, which lists 694 photographs.
The 1st and 3rd Battalions were posted to Annette Island and Seward, Nome and Yakutat, Alaska.
"Yakutat" earned four battle stars for her World War II service.
In the autumn of 1955, "Yakutat" assisted the Portuguese fishing vessel "Jose Alberto".
"Yakutat" earned two more campaign stars during this Vietnam War tour, for:
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Yakutat, Alaska.
Juneau Division comprises the following borough/census areas: Haines, Hoonah-Angoon, Juneau, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, and Yakutat.
The 1st and 3rd Battalions, 153rd Infantry were then posted to Annette Island and Seward, Nome and Yakutat, Alaska.