Ram Head

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Not to be confused with Rame Head, Rams Head, or Ram's Head.
For the head of the male animal, see Sheep.

Ram Head is the name of a headland lying between Rosita Harbor and Camp Bay along the north coast of South Georgia in the southern Atlantic Ocean (54°1′S 37°27′W / 54.017°S 37.450°W / -54.017; -37.450) and of a headland in Massachusetts Bay, Massachusetts, United States.

The earliest recorded use of the name to identify the South Georgian headland is a chart prepared for the British Admiralty in 1931.

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 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Ram Head" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).