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Old Harbor is a city in Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 218.
- also known as Old Harbor, Alaska; Kodiak Island Borough / Old Harbor city
- part of United States of America, Alaska, Kodiak Island Borough
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The Cruiser (1907)
A Quarterly Magazine of Cruising Tales and Adventures
The Old Harbor is an artificial anchorage made up of two basins, outer and inner, bounded by stone breakwaters. The entrance is from the North side and parallel with the shore. It is a very easy harbor to enter, but is small and usually crowded ...
Barnstable County-middlesex County/ Nantucket County-worcester County by Editorial Staff
Agricultural Outbuildings, Animal Facility, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling , Storage — Current Function: Domestic — Current Sub-function: Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling Old Harbor U.S. Life Saving Station (designated in 1975– ...
by Marcus Baker
Old Harbor; small harbor, on the eastern shore of Makushin bay, Unalaska. The present settlement of Makushin is on its shores. It is SO called, says Veniaminof, because a Russian ship wintered here in 1761. Tebenkof, probably erroneously ...
by Linda L. Lowry
Sunda Kelapa (old harbor), and Jayakarta (master of victory) ...
The Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)
by Su-il Jeong
There is an old harbor in the east of the island and the modern harbor of Kilindini in the west. Mombasa was named after a city of the same name in Oman. Mombasa came under the influence of the Arab Muslims in the eleventh century and is ...
by Henry Gannett
Old Harbor ; creek in north part of Sandwich, flowing into Cape Cod Bay , Barnstable. Old; harbor on northeast coast of Cohasset Boston Bay. Old Pond Meadow; hill in south part of South Scituate Abington. Old Spain; village in north part of ...
the Old Harbor. From the inner end of the harbor runs inland one of the finest of the city thoroughfares, called the Canncbiere, next the harbor, while at right angles to this another great thoroughfare or broad avenue runs through the city.
A century ago the town was a cluster of narrow, crooked streets grouped around the cove which formed the old harbor. Several large avenues now traverse this old portion, ...
by Paul F. State
The fish market designates a lengthy, tree-lined area flanking a remnant of the city's old harbor on the northwest side of the church of Sainte-Catherine. Fish and other wares were sold here from the 19th century until 1955. A number of seafood ...
by Kenneth J. Blume
When the Point Judith ferry terminal was completed in the 1940s, Wronowski initiated a service between Point Judith to Old Harbor, Block Island. Since that time, Interstate Navigation's Block Island Ferry has provided year-round service. By the ...
With a New Atlas of the World : a Work of General Reference in All Departments of Knowledge
Old Harbor (place), Jamaica Old Harbor Bay, Jamaica Old Hickory, Tenn. . . . . . .. Old Hundred, N. C., 100 . . . Old Joan Point, Saint Helena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 E Old Kilpatrick (village), Scotland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Old Kinsale Head, Ireland .
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Old harbor crane
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