Warren Island (Alaska)

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Warren Island is an island in the Alexander Archipelago of southeastern Alaska, United States. It lies on the Pacific coast just southwest of the community of Edna Bay (on Kosciusko Island). Directly west is Coronation Island and directly north is Kuiu Island. Warren Island has a land area of 47.191 km² (18.22 sq mi) and no permanent resident population.[1] The entire island has been designated as the Warren Island Wilderness, a part of Tongass National Forest.

References

  1. ^ Warren Island: Block 1102, Census Tract 1, Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, Alaska United States Census Bureau

Coordinates: 55°53′34″N 133°53′34″W / 55.89278°N 133.89278°W / 55.89278; -133.89278


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