Kotzebue

Kotzebue

(kŏt`səbyo͞o), city (1990 pop. 2,751), NW Alaska, on Kotzebue Sound at the tip of Baldwin Peninsula; inc. 1958. It has one of the largest settlements of Eskimos in Alaska. Kotzebue is a regional trade and supply center with local government offices. Tourism and fishing are economically important. The city, set on tundra, began in the 18th cent. as an Eskimo trading post for arctic Alaska and part of Siberia. The NANA Museum of the Arctic is there.
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References in classic literature ?
Buckland to Beechey's Voyage; also the writings of Chamisso in Kotzebue's Voyage.
A similar admission has been made by other eminent voyagers: by Carteret, Byron, Kotzebue, and Vancouver.
Blackmore, Kotzebue, or Pollok may endure for a night, but Moses and Homer stand for ever.
Mary's, Nome, Kotzebue, Unalakleet, Barrow, and Galena.
an Ihupiaq from Kotzebue, is a graphic designer and artist in Anchorage who is successfully melding traditional art with contemporary ideas.
The authorities reached Peter Wilson of Kotzebue, Alaska, after they tracked the GPS coordinates of the phone which led to them to the girl's body as well.
In addition to its work in Nome, Alaska Communications is bringing new services to Utqiagvik, Kotzebue, Point Hope and Wainwright.
For ice road applications, PATH was used to determine an ice thickness compensation factor, a factor increasing the minimal thickness threshold for operations, to help translate sporadic auger ice thickness measurements along the Kotzebue Kiana community ice road into an envelope for safe operations.
The aircrew of NOAA56 ready to depart Kotzebue, Alaska, on a research flight over the icy Chukchi Sea, as part of the Arctic Heat Open Science Experiment.
His topics include Georg Forster in Oceania: enlightenment, sentiment, and the intrusion of the South Seas; the New World, femininity, and the refusal of tragedy in August von Kotzebue's melodramas; and Immanuel Kant's Physische Geographie: authorship and the geographical order of things.