Name of a nameless mountain
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 u.washington.edu
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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