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Yukon Koyukuk

  1. Yukon-Koyukuk, Alaska, United States [Census Area] includes Allakaket [Populated], Anderson [Populated], Anvik [Populated], Arctic Village [Populated], Beaver [Populated], Bettles, Cantwell [Populated], Caro, Central [Populated], Chalkyitsik [Populated], Chandalar, Christian, Circle [Populated], Circle Hot Springs (Circle Springs Post Off, Discovery, Evansville [Populated], Flat, Fort Yukon [Populated], Galena [Populated], Gost Creek, Healy [Populated], Holikachuk, Holy Cross [Populated], Hughes [Populated], Huslia [Populated], Kaltag [Populated], Kokrines, Koyukuk [Populated], Lake Minchumina, Livengood, Long, Manley Hot Springs [Populated], McGrath [Populated], Medfra, Moore Creek, Nenana [Populated], Nikolai [Populated], Nulato [Populated], Old Minto, Ophir, Rampart [Populated], Ruby [Populated], Shageluk [Populated], Stevens Village [Populated], Stuyahok, Suntrana [Populated], Takotna [Populated], Tanana [Populated], Usibelli, Venetie [Populated], Yistletaw [SourceGSP]
  2. Yukon-Koyukuk, Alaska, United States [Census Area]; population was 8,478 in 1990; housing units was 4,899 in 1990; location is 6517'N 15139'W; land area is 157,121.98 square miles (100,558,070 acres); water area is 1,874.69 square miles (1,199,803 acres); FIPS code is 290 [SourceCBP]

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