|Area||254.02 sq mi (657.9 km2)|
|Highest elevation||2,443 ft (744.6 m)|
|Population||20 (as of 2000)|
Dall Island is an island in the Alexander Archipelago off the southeast coast of Alaska, just west of Prince of Wales Island and north of Canadian waters. Its peak elevation is 2,443 feet (745 meters) above sea level. Its land area is 254.02 square miles (657.9 km²), making it the 28th largest island in the United States. Dall is used economically for fishing and limestone quarrying.
Cape Muzon, the southernmost point of the island, is the western terminus, known as Point A, of the A-B Line, which marks the marine boundary between the state of Alaska and the Canadian province of British Columbia as defined by the Alaska Boundary Treaty of 1903. This line is also the northern boundary of the waters known as the Dixon Entrance.
Dall Island is also an island used for its timber resource. The island houses many logging camps. Columbia Helicopters of Oregon is one of the main companies using the island for its timber.
- Dall Island: Blocks 3066 and 3067, Census Tract 1, Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, Alaska United States Census Bureau
- "Place Names in Revillagigedo and Gravina Islands". Retrieved 2006-05-14.
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