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Cape Chaplino was the site of a Yupik village Ungazik (Chaplino; Unisak on USCGS charts) which gave its name to the Chaplinski dialect of the Siberian Yupik language. The cape is shown as "Indian Point" on a USCGS chart from 1897.
- US Coast and Geodetic Survey Historical maps and Charts project query Bering. (a) select Chart 9302_7-1945; (b)select Chart 366-00-1897
- Reid, Anna (2002) The Shaman's Coat A Native history of Siberia Phoenix (Orion Books)London paperback edition 2003
- Ungazik, village on Cape Chaplino, in the early twentieth century
- Krupnik, Igor and Mikhail Chlenov (2007). The end of “Eskimo land”: Yupik relocation in Chukotka, 1958-1959 Études/Inuit/Studies 31 (1-2) pp 59-81.
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