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ⓘ Seward, Alaska




Seward, Alaska
                                     

ⓘ Seward, Alaska

Seward is an incorporated home rule city in Alaska, United States. Located on Resurrection Bay, a fjord of the Gulf of Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is situated on Alaskas southern coast, approximately 120 miles by road from Alaskas largest city, Anchorage, and nearly 1.300 miles from the closest point in the contiguous United States at Cape Flattery, Washington.

With a population of 2.693 people as of the 2010 census, Seward is the fourth largest city in Kenai Peninsula borough in Kenai, Homer, and borough place in Soldotna. The city is named after former U.S. Secretary of state William Seward, who helped the United States purchase of Alaska from the Russian Empire in 1867 while serving in this position in the part of the administration of President Andrew Johnson.

Seward is the southern end point the Alaska railroad and the historic starting point of the original Iditarod Trail in interior Alaska, with 0 km route marked on the shoreline in the southern part of the city.

                                     
  • example, Alaska Route 1 can refer to any of the Glenn Highway, Seward Highway, Sterling Highway, or Tok Cut - Off meanwhile, portions of the Seward Highway
  • by way of Anchorage. It is the only route in Alaska to contain significant portions of freeway: the Seward Highway in south Anchorage and the Glenn Highway
  • Seward Mountain or Mountains may refer to: Seward Mountains Alaska a mountain in Alaska Seward Mountain Montana a mountain in Montana Seward Mountains
  • Petersburg Pilot Petersburg Petroleum News Anchorage Seward Journal Seward Seward Phoenix Log Seward Moose Pass Tundra Drums Bethel and Yukon - Kuskokwim
  • Seward s Success was a planned community proposed for Point MacKenzie, north of Anchorage, Alaska United States. The megaproject was to be fully enclosed
  • The Alaska Railroad reporting mark ARR is a Class II railroad which extends from Seward and Whittier, in the south of the state of Alaska in the United
  • William H. Seward by Richard Brooks, located in Volunteer Park in Seattle, Washington, United States. The statue was unveiled at the Alaska Yukon Pacific
  • system in Alaska comprising both pre - trial booking and long - term incarceration for sentenced prisoners, is a unified system run by the Alaska Department
  • southwestern Alaska southeaster Alaska the Seward Peninsula, the Bering Sea, St. Michael and Nome. The resulting company had a virtual monopoly on the Alaska shipping

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