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The Stikine River in a sentence

1. The Stikine River attracts the largest springtime concentration of American bald eagles in the world.

2. Muir and Young traveled up the Stikine River, as well as to Kake, Glacier Bay, and elsewhere in Southeast Alaska.

3. Fish traps were constructed in the late 1890s on the nearby mouth of the Stikine River and in the Zimovia Strait.

4. It is across the narrow Zimovia Strait from the mouth of the Stikine River on the Alaska mainland.

5. An army trooper eventually found Cashman camped on the frozen surface of the Stikine River.

6. The community can also be reached by water, via the Stikine River from Alaska and by air.

7. Not until his work along the coast was done, did he head inland along the Stikine river all the way to its source.

8. The Stikine River Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia.

9. It is at the mouth of the Stikine River, which provides many recreational opportunities.

10. Meltwater from these glaciers has a high silt content, giving the Stikine River a milky appearance.

11. North of the Stikine River area is the LeConte Glacier, which flows into LeConte Bay.

12. Much of the area, particularly the Stikine River drainage, is recognized as an important fish and wildlife area.

13. The delta flats of the Stikine River are a major resting and nesting area for migratory birds.

14. It is located in the mouth of the Stikine River, 7 km (4 mi) NW of Wrangell Island, Alexander Archipelago.

15. A knife made of Edziza obsidian, possibly 2,000 years old, has been recovered in the Stikine River area.

16. It flows southwest into the Stikine River.

17. In the company's absence, Chief Shakes took control of the post and of the Stikine River trade.

18. The strait's name derives from that of the Stikine River, the outlet of which is just northeast of Wrangell.

19. The Tuya River is a major tributary of the Stikine River in far northwestern British Columbia, Canada.

20. The Klappan River is a major tributary of the Stikine River in northwestern British Columbia, Canada.

21. The Stikine River in northern British Columbia and Alaska has had three distinct periods of riverboat activity.

22. The following steamboats and related vessels operated on the Stikine River.

23. Monte Cristo was the second vessel to ascend the Stikine River in the 1898 season.

24. Otter is reported to have been worked for one season on the Stikine River in British Columbia.

25. In 1898, he went to Alaska during a gold rush to pilot steamers on the Stikine River.

26. In 1898, Elwood was sold to an Alaskan company and transferred to the Stikine River in British Columbia.

27. Elwood performed well on the Stikine River, carrying 200 tons of cargo or 250 passengers.

28. After a year on the Stikine River, Elwood was reported to have been transferred to the Fraser River.

29. North of the Bell-Irving River lies the watersheds of the Stikine River and its largest tributary, the Iskut River.

30. The Stikine River attracts the largest springtime concentration of American bald eagles in the world.