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Port Clarence


Port Clarence is southwest of Teller and Brevig Mission. It was built on a sand spit by the bay of Port Clarence and Grantley Harbor on the Seward Peninsula. It lies at approximately 65░ 15' N Latitude, 166░ 30' W Longitude . The community is located in the Cape Nome Recording District. The area encompasses 36 sq. miles of land and 42 sq. miles of water.

The 1893 U.S. Census listed a collective village at this site with a population of 485, of which 236 were native and 249 were foreign. Their descendants are the residents of nearby Brevig Mission, Teller, and Wales.




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