ⓘ Seldovia, Alaska
Seldovia is a city in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, United States. Its population was 255 at the 2010 census, down from 286 in 2000. It is located along Kachemak Bay southwest of Homer. There is no road system connecting the town to other communities, so all travel to Seldovia is by airplane or boat.
Alaska native people Sadowska be approximately 1 / 4 of the population and have ancestors of Aleut and Sugpiaq Alutiiq origin, as well as some Denaina.
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- during the construction of the Trans - Alaska Pipeline System. On 8 November 1978, the ship sank at anchor in Seldovia Bay 59 25 39 N 151 43 30 W 59
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