National Register of Historic Places listings in the Alaska Panhandle


National Register of Historic Places listings in the Alaska Panhandle

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in the Alaska Panhandle.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in the Alaska Panhandle, Alaska, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.[1]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[2]

Contents

Yakutat

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Cape Spencer Lighthouse USCGcapespencer.JPG 01975-12-04 December 4, 1975 South of central Yakutat at entrance of Cross Sound in Glacier Bay National Monument
58°11′53″N 136°38′6″W / 58.19806°N 136.635°W / 58.19806; -136.635 (Cape Spencer Lighthouse)
Yakutat
2 New Russia Site 01972-02-23 February 23, 1972 Southwest of Yakutat on the Phipps Peninsula Yakutat

Haines Borough

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Charlie Anway Cabin 02001-09-14 September 14, 2001 Mile 1.5 on the Haines Highway
59°14′30″N 135°28′38″W / 59.24167°N 135.47722°W / 59.24167; -135.47722 (Anway, Charlie, Cabin)
Haines
2 Eldred Rock Lighthouse EldredRock.jpg 01975-12-30 December 30, 1975 South of Haines off Sullivan Island
58°58′16″N 135°13′7″W / 58.97111°N 135.21861°W / 58.97111; -135.21861 (Eldred Rock Lighthouse)
Haines
3 Fort William H. Seward 01972-04-11 April 11, 1972 South of Haines at Port Chilkoot
59°13′42″N 135°26′21″W / 59.22833°N 135.43917°W / 59.22833; -135.43917 (Fort William H. Seward)
Haines
4 Government Indian School 01980-02-08 February 8, 1980 1st St.
59°14′17″N 135°26′27″W / 59.23806°N 135.44083°W / 59.23806; -135.44083 (Government Indian School)
Haines
5 Pleasant Camp 01973-07-05 July 5, 1973 NW. Building, Haines at Mile 40 on the Haines Highway
59°27′3″N 136°21′38″W / 59.45083°N 136.36056°W / 59.45083; -136.36056 (Pleasant Camp)
Haines
6 Porcupine District 01976-11-13 November 13, 1976 West of Haines at Mile 35, Haines Highway
59°25′16″N 136°14′10″W / 59.42111°N 136.23611°W / 59.42111; -136.23611 (Porcupine District)
Haines

Hoonah-Angoon Census Area

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Alexander Lake Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°39′47″N 134°8′31″W / 57.66306°N 134.14194°W / 57.66306; -134.14194 (Alexander Lake Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
2 Beaver Lake Dam 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°40′30″N 134°13′7″W / 57.675°N 134.21861°W / 57.675; -134.21861 (Beaver Lake Dam)
Angoon
3 Big Shaheen Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°42′7″N 134°16′28″W / 57.70194°N 134.27444°W / 57.70194; -134.27444 (Big Shaheen Cabin)
Angoon
4 Davidson Lake Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°36′17″N 134°22′39″W / 57.60472°N 134.3775°W / 57.60472; -134.3775 (Davidson Lake Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
5 Distin Lake Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°26′59″N 134°24′13″W / 57.44972°N 134.40361°W / 57.44972; -134.40361 (Distin Lake Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
6 Hasselborg Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
58°32′40″N 134°4′42″W / 58.54444°N 134.07833°W / 58.54444; -134.07833 (Hasselborg Cabin)
Angoon
7 Hasselborg Lake East Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°40′5″N 134°12′50″W / 57.66806°N 134.21389°W / 57.66806; -134.21389 (Hasselborg Lake East Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
8 Hasselborg Lake North Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°46′2″N 134°19′9″W / 57.76722°N 134.31917°W / 57.76722; -134.31917 (Hasselborg Lake North Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
9 Hasselborg Lake South Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°39′55″N 134°5′11″W / 57.66528°N 134.08639°W / 57.66528; -134.08639 (Hasselborg Lake South Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
10 Lake Guerin East Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°39′37″N 134°17′4″W / 57.66028°N 134.28444°W / 57.66028; -134.28444 (Lake Guerin East Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
11 Lake Guerin West Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°38′58″N 134°20′24″W / 57.64944°N 134.34°W / 57.64944; -134.34 (Lake Guerin West Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
12 Mitchell Bay Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°33′53″N 134°23′48″W / 57.56472°N 134.39667°W / 57.56472; -134.39667 (Mitchell Bay Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
13 Mole Harbor Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°39′36″N 134°5′54″W / 57.66°N 134.09833°W / 57.66; -134.09833 (Mole Harbor Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
14 St. John the Baptist Chapel 01980-06-06 June 6, 1980 In Naknek
58°43′42″N 157°0′31″W / 58.72833°N 157.00861°W / 58.72833; -157.00861 (St. John the Baptist Chapel)
Naknek
15 St. John the Baptist Church St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church, Angoon.jpg 01980-06-06 June 6, 1980 In Angoon
57°30′14″N 134°35′3″W / 57.50389°N 134.58417°W / 57.50389; -134.58417 (St. John the Baptist Church)
Angoon
16 Thayer Lake East Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°38′3″N 134°27′45″W / 57.63417°N 134.4625°W / 57.63417; -134.4625 (Thayer Lake East Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
17 Thayer Lake North Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°41′24″N 134°24′35″W / 57.69°N 134.40972°W / 57.69; -134.40972 (Thayer Lake North Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
18 Thayer Lake South Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°35′52″N 134°28′5″W / 57.59778°N 134.46806°W / 57.59778; -134.46806 (Thayer Lake South Shelter Cabin)
Angoon
19 Windfall Harbor Shelter Cabin 01995-11-02 November 2, 1995 Admiralty Island National Monument
57°50′11″N 134°18′22″W / 57.83639°N 134.30611°W / 57.83639; -134.30611 (Windfall Harbor Shelter Cabin)
Angoon

Skagway

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Chilkoot Trail Miners climb Chilkoot.jpg 01975-04-14 April 14, 1975 Mile 0 to the American/Canadian border
59°35′53″N 135°17′40″W / 59.59806°N 135.29444°W / 59.59806; -135.29444 (Chilkoot Trail)
Skagway
2 Klondike Goldrush National Historical Park Klondike Gold Rush NHP Skagway.JPG 01976-06-30 June 30, 1976 P.O. Box 517
59°34′32″N 135°15′9″W / 59.57556°N 135.2525°W / 59.57556; -135.2525 (Klondike Goldrush National Historical Park)
Skagway
3 Skagway Historic District and White Pass Golden North Hotel, Skagway, Alaska.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Head of Taiya Inlet on the Lynn Canal Skagway

Juneau

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Summary
1 Alaska Governor's Mansion Alaska Governor's Mansion.jpg 01976-11-07 November 7, 1976 716 Calhoun St.
58°18′10″N 134°24′53″W / 58.30278°N 134.41472°W / 58.30278; -134.41472 (Alaska Governor's Mansion)
2 Alaska Steam Laundry 01978-02-17 February 17, 1978 174 S. Franklin St.
58°18′1″N 134°24′12″W / 58.30028°N 134.40333°W / 58.30028; -134.40333 (Alaska Steam Laundry)
3 Alaskan Hotel Alaskan Hotel and Bar, Juneau, Alaska cropped.jpg 01978-10-25 October 25, 1978 167 S. Franklin St.
58°18′02″N 134°24′18″W / 58.300459°N 134.405°W / 58.300459; -134.405 (Alaskan Hotel)
4 Bergmann Hotel 01977-07-28 July 28, 1977 434 3rd St.
58°18′11″N 134°24′29″W / 58.30306°N 134.40806°W / 58.30306; -134.40806 (Bergmann Hotel)
5 Chicken Ridge Historic District 01995-10-12 October 12, 1995 Roughly along 7th St., Goldbelt Ave., Dixon St., and Basin Rd.
58°18′15″N 134°24′40″W / 58.30417°N 134.41111°W / 58.30417; -134.41111 (Chicken Ridge Historic District)
6 J.M. Davis House 01982-08-31 August 31, 1982 202 6th St.
58°18′11″N 134°24′32″W / 58.30306°N 134.40889°W / 58.30306; -134.40889 (Davis, J. M., House)
7 Fort Durham Site 01978-05-05 May 5, 1978 Address Restricted
8 Frances House 01985-06-07 June 7, 1985 137 6th St.
58°18′6″N 134°24′29″W / 58.30167°N 134.40806°W / 58.30167; -134.40806 (Frances House)
9 Fries Miners' Cabins 01988-09-08 September 8, 1988 500 block of Kennedy St.
58°18′17″N 134°24′13″W / 58.30472°N 134.40361°W / 58.30472; -134.40361 (Fries Miners' Cabins)
10 Ernest Gruening Cabin 01992-06-08 June 8, 1992 Mile 26 on the Glacier Highway northwest of Juneau
58°29′38″N 134°47′9″W / 58.49389°N 134.78583°W / 58.49389; -134.78583 (Gruening, Ernest, Cabin)
11 Holy Trinity Church 01978-10-19 October 19, 1978 325 Gold St.
58°18′10″N 134°24′16″W / 58.30278°N 134.40444°W / 58.30278; -134.40444 (Holy Trinity Church)
12 Jualpa Mining Camp 01993-08-05 August 5, 1993 1001 Basin Rd.
58°18′22″N 134°23′4″W / 58.30611°N 134.38444°W / 58.30611; -134.38444 (Jualpa Mining Camp)
13 Juneau Downtown Historic District Red Dog Saloon Juneau.jpg 01994-06-17 June 17, 1994 Roughly Franklin St. from 2nd St. to south of Ewing Way, 2nd and 1st Sts. from Franklin to Main St., and Front St.
58°18′0″N 134°24′15″W / 58.3°N 134.40417°W / 58.3; -134.40417 (Juneau Downtown Historic District)
14 Juneau Memorial Library 02006-06-07 June 7, 2006 114 W. 4th St.
58°18′13″N 134°24′41″W / 58.30361°N 134.41139°W / 58.30361; -134.41139 (Juneau Memorial Library)
15 MacKinnon Apartments 02000-02-24 February 24, 2000 236 3rd St.
58°18′10″N 134°24′17″W / 58.30278°N 134.40472°W / 58.30278; -134.40472 (MacKinnon Apartments)
16 Mayflower School 01988-11-21 November 21, 1988 St. Ann's and Savikko Sts.
58°16′32″N 134°23′26″W / 58.27556°N 134.39056°W / 58.27556; -134.39056 (Mayflower School)
17 Point Retreat Light Station USCGpointretreatWith.JPG 02003-06-19 June 19, 2003 On the Mansfield Peninsula at the northern end of Admiralty Island, near the junction of Lynn Canal and Stephens Passage
58°24′40″N 134°57′11″W / 58.41111°N 134.95306°W / 58.41111; -134.95306 (Point Retreat Light Station)
18 St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Downtown Juneau, Alaska 3.jpg 01973-09-19 September 19, 1973 326 5th St.
58°18′11.65″N 134°24′32.39″W / 58.3032361°N 134.4089972°W / 58.3032361; -134.4089972 (St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church)
19 Sentinel Island Light Station Sentinel Island Light 06.jpg 02002-12-02 December 2, 2002 Northern entrance to the Favorite Channel, between the mainland and Lincoln and Shelter Islands
58°32′46″N 134°55′13″W / 58.54611°N 134.92028°W / 58.54611; -134.92028 (Sentinel Island Light Station)
20 Twin Glacier Camp 01988-05-20 May 20, 1988 Along the Taku River
58°29′26″N 133°56′21″W / 58.49056°N 133.93917°W / 58.49056; -133.93917 (Twin Glacier Camp)
21 Valentine Building 01985-05-30 May 30, 1985 202 Front St.
58°18′5″N 134°24′15″W / 58.30139°N 134.40417°W / 58.30139; -134.40417 (Valentine Building)
22 Wickersham House 01976-11-21 November 21, 1976 213 7th St.
58°18′13″N 134°24′38″W / 58.30361°N 134.41056°W / 58.30361; -134.41056 (Wickersham House)

Sitka

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall, Sitka Camp No. 1, Katlian Street, Sitka, (Sitka Borough, Alaska).jpg 01972-02-23 February 23, 1972 Katlean St.
57°3′4″N 135°20′22″W / 57.05111°N 135.33944°W / 57.05111; -135.33944 (Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall)
Sitka
2 American Flag Raising Site 1827 illustration of Castle Hill (Old Sitka, Alaska) by Postels.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Castle Hill
57°2′56″N 135°20′2″W / 57.04889°N 135.33389°W / 57.04889; -135.33389 (American Flag Raising Site)
Sitka
3 Cable House and Station 01979-06-04 June 4, 1979 Lincoln St.
57°3′0″N 135°20′15″W / 57.05°N 135.3375°W / 57.05; -135.3375 (Cable House and Station)
Sitka
4 Emmons House 01977-12-16 December 16, 1977 601 Lincoln St.
57°3′7″N 135°19′41″W / 57.05194°N 135.32806°W / 57.05194; -135.32806 (Emmons House)
Sitka
5 Hanlon-Osbakken House 01992-04-27 April 27, 1992 419 Lincoln St.
57°3′7″N 135°19′44″W / 57.05194°N 135.32889°W / 57.05194; -135.32889 (Hanlon--Osbakken House)
Sitka
6 Mills House 01978-01-31 January 31, 1978 315 Seward St.
57°3′5″N 135°20′11″W / 57.05139°N 135.33639°W / 57.05139; -135.33639 (Mills House)
Sitka
7 W.P. Mills House 01977-12-16 December 16, 1977 1 Maksoutoff St.
57°2′54″N 135°19′42″W / 57.04833°N 135.32833°W / 57.04833; -135.32833 (Mills, W. P., House)
Sitka
8 Murray Apartments and Cottages 01992-04-27 April 27, 1992 200, 204, and 206 Seward
57°3′2″N 135°20′8″W / 57.05056°N 135.33556°W / 57.05056; -135.33556 (Murray Apartments and Cottages)
Sitka
9 Old Sitka Site Trading post at Old Sitka (1).jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 6 miles north (9.6 km) of Sitka on Starrigavan Bay
57°7′53″N 135°22′15″W / 57.13139°N 135.37083°W / 57.13139; -135.37083 (Old Sitka Site)
Sitka
10 Russian Bishop's House Russian Bishop House August 2005.JPG 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Lincoln and Monastery Sts.
57°3′7″N 135°19′46″W / 57.05194°N 135.32944°W / 57.05194; -135.32944 (Russian Bishop's House)
Sitka
11 Russian-American Building No. 29 Russian-American 29.jpg 01987-05-28 May 28, 1987 202-204 Lincoln St.
57°2′58″N 135°19′57″W / 57.04944°N 135.3325°W / 57.04944; -135.3325 (Russian-American Building No. 29)
Sitka
12 St. Michael's Cathedral Russian Orthodox Church.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 Lincoln and Maksoutoff District Sitka
13 St. Peter's Church 01978-01-31 January 31, 1978 611 Lincoln St.
57°3′5″N 135°19′36″W / 57.05139°N 135.32667°W / 57.05139; -135.32667 (St. Peter's Church)
Sitka
14 See House 01978-03-30 March 30, 1978 611 Lincoln St.
57°3′7″N 135°19′38″W / 57.05194°N 135.32722°W / 57.05194; -135.32722 (See House)
Sitka
15 Sheldon Jackson School Richard Allen Memorial Hall.jpg 01972-02-23 February 23, 1972 Lincoln St.
57°3′3″N 135°19′15″W / 57.05083°N 135.32083°W / 57.05083; -135.32083 (Sheldon Jackson School)
Sitka
16 Sitka National Historical Park Native Alaskan Totem Pole.JPG 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 106 Metlakatla St.
57°2′51″N 135°18′42″W / 57.0475°N 135.31167°W / 57.0475; -135.31167 (Sitka National Historical Park)
Sitka
17 Sitka Naval Operating Base and US Army Coastal Defenses Sitka Naval Operating Base buildings.jpg 01986-08-11 August 11, 1986 Japonski Island
57°2′49″N 135°21′52″W / 57.04694°N 135.36444°W / 57.04694; -135.36444 (Sitka Naval Operating Base and US Army Coastal Defenses)
Sitka
18 Sitka Pioneers' Home Sitka Pioneer Home1.jpg 01979-10-18 October 18, 1979 Katkian Ave. and Lincoln St.
57°3′4″N 135°20′16″W / 57.05111°N 135.33778°W / 57.05111; -135.33778 (Sitka Pioneers' Home)
Sitka
19 Sitka US Post Office and Court House 01997-12-31 December 31, 1997 100 Lincoln St.
57°2′57″N 135°20′14″W / 57.04917°N 135.33722°W / 57.04917; -135.33722 (Sitka US Post Office and Court House)
Sitka
20 US Coast Guard and Geodetic Survey Seismological and Geomagnetic House 01986-11-25 November 25, 1986 210 Seward St.
57°3′4″N 135°20′6″W / 57.05111°N 135.335°W / 57.05111; -135.335 (US Coast Guard and Geodetic Survey Seismological and Geomagnetic House)
Sitka

Wrangell

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 ETOLIN CANOE 01989-06-05 June 5, 1989 Tongass National Forest
56°10′36″N 132°26′54″W / 56.17667°N 132.44833°W / 56.17667; -132.44833 (ETOLIN CANOE)
Wrangell
2 Zimovia Highway
56°19′26″N 132°20′46″W / 56.32389°N 132.34611°W / 56.32389; -132.34611 (JUDITH ANN (Riverboat))
Wrangell
3 Saint Philip's Episcopal Church 01987-05-06 May 6, 1987 446 Church St.
56°28′23″N 132°22′44″W / 56.47306°N 132.37889°W / 56.47306; -132.37889 (Saint Philip's Episcopal Church)
Wrangell

Petersburg Census Area

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Cape Decision Light Station USCGCape Decision.jpg 02005-02-02 February 2, 2005 Southwestern extremity of Kuiu Island, north of the junction of Chatham and Sumner Straits, approximately 63 miles south of Sitka
56°0′4″N 134°8′4″W / 56.00111°N 134.13444°W / 56.00111; -134.13444 (Cape Decision Light Station)
Sitka
2 Chief Shakes Historic Site Shakes Island.jpg 01970-10-27 October 27, 1970 Shakes Island
56°28′49″N 133°11′24″W / 56.48028°N 133.19°W / 56.48028; -133.19 (Chief Shakes Historic Site)
Petersburg
3 Petersburg
4 Petersburg
5 Five Finger Light Station USCGfivefinger1935.JPG 02004-05-12 May 12, 2004 Island of The Five Fingers, approximately 37 miles northwest of the city of Petersburg
57°16′14″N 133°37′49″W / 57.27056°N 133.63028°W / 57.27056; -133.63028 (Five Finger Light Station)
Petersburg
6 Kake Cannery Kake Salmon Cannery, 540 Keku Road, Kake (Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Alaska).jpg 01997-12-09 December 9, 1997 1.5 miles south of Kake
56°57′55″N 133°55′26″W / 56.96528°N 133.92389°W / 56.96528; -133.92389 (Kake Cannery)
Kake
7 Sons of Norway Hall Sons of Norway Hall, Petersburg.jpg 01979-07-10 July 10, 1979 Indian St.
56°48′38″N 132°57′27″W / 56.81056°N 132.9575°W / 56.81056; -132.9575 (Sons of Norway Hall)
Petersburg

Ketchikan Gateway Borough

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Alaska Totems Ketchican totem pole 2 stub.jpg 01971-06-21 June 21, 1971 Between Park and Deermount Aves.
55°20′35″N 131°37′55″W / 55.34306°N 131.63194°W / 55.34306; -131.63194 (Alaska Totems)
Ketchikan
2 Burkhart-Dibrell House 01982-09-08 September 8, 1982 500 Main St.
55°20′38″N 131°38′47″W / 55.34389°N 131.64639°W / 55.34389; -131.64639 (Burkhart-Dibrell House)
Ketchikan
3 Chief Kashakes House 01993-04-26 April 26, 1993 Mile 2.5 S. Tongass Highway
55°19′8″N 131°35′45″W / 55.31889°N 131.59583°W / 55.31889; -131.59583 (Chief Kashakes House)
Saxman
4 Clover Pass School 02005-08-22 August 22, 2005 Potter Rd. off Knudson Cove Rd.
55°28′22″N 131°47′27″W / 55.47278°N 131.79083°W / 55.47278; -131.79083 (Clover Pass School)
Knudson Cove
5 First Lutheran Church 01987-05-18 May 18, 1987 1200 Tongass Ave.
55°20′40″N 179°39′40″W / 55.34444°N 179.66111°W / 55.34444; -179.66111 (First Lutheran Church)
Ketchikan
6 Gilmore Building Gilmore Building from Tongass Narrows, Alaska.jpg 01989-09-27 September 27, 1989 326 Front St.
55°20′34″N 179°38′46″W / 55.34278°N 179.64611°W / 55.34278; -179.64611 (Gilmore Building)
Ketchikan
7 Guard Island Lighthouse USCGguardisland1924.JPG 02004-01-14 January 14, 2004 Guard Islands in the Clarence Strait at the northern end of Tongass Narrow, 9.6 miles northwest of Ketchikan
53°51′5″N 131°46′8″W / 53.85139°N 131.76889°W / 53.85139; -131.76889 (Guard Island Lighthouse)
Ketchikan
8 Ketchikan Federal Building Ketchikan Federal Building, Alaska.jpg 02006-04-28 April 28, 2006 648 Mission St.
55°20′30″N 131°38′34″W / 55.34167°N 131.64278°W / 55.34167; -131.64278 (Ketchikan Federal Building)
Ketchikan
9 Ketchikan Ranger House 01987-07-16 July 16, 1987 309 Gorge St.
55°20′50″N 179°39′32″W / 55.34722°N 179.65889°W / 55.34722; -179.65889 (Ketchikan Ranger House)
Ketchikan
10 Mary Island Light Station Maryisland1937.jpg 02005-07-08 July 8, 2005 Eastern shore of the northern end of Mary Island, between the Revillagigedo Channel and Felice Strait about 6-3/8 miles south of Revillagiedo
55°5′57″N 131°10′53″W / 55.09917°N 131.18139°W / 55.09917; -131.18139 (Mary Island Light Station)
Ketchikan
11 Saxman Totem Park 01979-08-07 August 7, 1979 S. Tongass Highway
55°19′11″N 131°35′41″W / 55.31972°N 131.59472°W / 55.31972; -131.59472 (Saxman Totem Park)
Saxman
12 Stedman-Thomas Historic District 01996-02-21 February 21, 1996 Stedman, Thomas, Inman, Brown, and Tatsudu Sts.
55°20′25″N 131°38′17″W / 55.34028°N 131.63806°W / 55.34028; -131.63806 (Stedman-Thomas Historic District)
Ketchikan
13 Storehouse No. 3 01977-12-07 December 7, 1977 Northeast of Ketchikan at Halibut Bay Estuary
55°14′8″N 130°6′5″W / 55.23556°N 130.10139°W / 55.23556; -130.10139 (Storehouse No. 3)
Ketchikan
14 The Star 01993-04-26 April 26, 1993 5 Creek St.
55°20′35″N 131°38′22″W / 55.34306°N 131.63944°W / 55.34306; -131.63944 (The Star)
Ketchikan
15 Totem Bight State Historic Site 01970-10-27 October 27, 1970 Western side of Revillagigedo Island
55°25′23″N 131°46′17″W / 55.42306°N 131.77139°W / 55.42306; -131.77139 (Totem Bight State Historic Site)
Ketchikan
16 Tree Point Lighthouse USCGtreepoint1935.JPG 02004-10-27 October 27, 2004 Western coast of the mainland on the eastern side of the southern entrance to the Revillagigedo Channel, about 4.25 miles north of Cape Fox
54°48′10″N 130°56′2″W / 54.80278°N 130.93389°W / 54.80278; -130.93389 (Tree Point Lighthouse)
Ketchikan
17 Walker-Broderick House 01982-08-31 August 31, 1982 541 Pine St.
55°20′42″N 179°38′52″W / 55.345°N 179.64778°W / 55.345; -179.64778 (Walker-Broderick House)
Ketchikan
18 Ziegler House 01985-05-30 May 30, 1985 623 Grant St.
55°20′41″N 179°39′10″W / 55.34472°N 179.65278°W / 55.34472; -179.65278 (Ziegler House)
Ketchikan

Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area

[3] Landmark name[4] Image Date listed Location Community Summary
1 Chief Son-I-Hat's Whale House and Totems Historic District 02002-06-11 June 11, 2002 Totem Park Trail
55°32′33″N 132°25′8″W / 55.5425°N 132.41889°W / 55.5425; -132.41889 (Chief Son-I-Hat's Whale House and Totems Historic District)
Kasaan
2 Father William Duncan House 01972-02-23 February 23, 1972 5th Ave. and Atkinson St.
55°7′34″N 131°35′30″W / 55.12611°N 131.59167°W / 55.12611; -131.59167 (Duncan, Father William, House)
Metlakatla
3 Hydaburg Totem Park 02006-06-16 June 16, 2006 5th and Main Sts.
55°12′28″N 132°49′30″W / 55.20778°N 132.825°W / 55.20778; -132.825 (Hydaburg Totem Park)
Hydaburg
4 Storehouse No. 4 01976-08-13 August 13, 1976 International St.
55°54′41″N 130°1′14″W / 55.91139°N 130.02056°W / 55.91139; -130.02056 (Storehouse No. 4)
Hyder

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References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html. 

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