Lake Alexander (Alaska)

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Lake Alexander
Location Admiralty Island,
Hoonah-Angoon Census Area
Alexander Archipelago,
Alaska
Coordinates 57°39′56″N 134°10′28″W / 57.66556°N 134.17444°W / 57.66556; -134.17444 (Lake Alexander (Alaska))Coordinates: 57°39′56″N 134°10′28″W / 57.66556°N 134.17444°W / 57.66556; -134.17444 (Lake Alexander (Alaska))
Basin countries United States of America
Max. length 1.5 miles (2.4 km)
Surface elevation 341 feet (104 m)
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Lake Alexander is a lake in Southeast Alaska, 3 miles (4.8 km) West of Mole Harbor, on East coast of Admiralty Island; 61 miles (98 km) North-East of Sitka, Alaska in the Alexander Archipelago.[1]

The lake was named in the Alexander Alaska Expedition of 1907[2] for Annie Montague Alexander, founder of the expedition.[1]


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