Name of a nameless mountain

A. Maberry maberry at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Mon Mar 25 23:48:13 UTC 2002

According to the USGS database there is a Tuklung listed as a "locale" and
a stream, the Tuklung River. So I guess what is meant is that the mountain
has no "official" name on USGS maps, but is called Tuklung Mountain by the

maberry at

On Mon, 25 Mar 2002, Mark A Mandel wrote:

> From today's Boston _Globe_, p. C12, "Priest from Mass. feared dead in
> Alaska plane crash" (AP):
>         === begin quote ===
> Late yesterday morning, a volunteer ground searcher from Manokotak
> reached the wreckage at the 1,100-foot level of an unnamed mountain. The
> mountain is known to locals as Tuklung Mountain, said Henry Strub, a
> pilot and president of the parish council of Holy Rosary Catholic Church
> in Dillingham, where Kelley had been based for 11 years.
>         === end quote ===
> The mountain has no name, but the mountain is called Tuklung Mountain.
> Has anyone seen the White Knight?
> -- Mark A. Mandel
>    Linguist at Large

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