ⓘ Hoonah, Alaska

Hoonah, Alaska

ⓘ Hoonah, Alaska

Hoonah is a largely Tlingit community on Chichagof Island, located in Alaskas panhandle in the southeast region of the state. It is 30 miles west of Juneau, across the Alaskan Inside Passage. Hoonah is the only first-class city on Chichagof Island, the 109th largest island in the world and the 5th largest island in the United States. At the 2010 census the population was 760, down from 860 at the 2000 census. In the summer the population can swell to over 1.300 depending on fishing, boating, hiking and hunting conditions. "Hoonah" became the official spelling in 1901, with establishment of the Hoonah branch of the United States Post Office. Xunaa means "protected from the North Wind" in the Tlingit language.

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  • Park and Preserve, 61 miles 98 km northwest of Hoonah The glacier is the namesake for the Alaska Marine Highway vessel M V Aurora. List of glaciers
  • Skagway, Alaska Along the way, the ships stop in Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau, and Haines. The smaller communities Kake and Hoonah are served

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