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Fort Schwatka, Dutch Harbor, Unalaska, Alaska, USA

From the pier in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, a group of four of us climbed up the northeast side of Mount Ballyhoo on Ulatka Head Road to the Aleutian World War II National Historic Area – a 134 acre tract of land on Amaknak Island that houses the military ruins of Fort Schwatka, the highest coastal battery ever constructed in the United States.   1,166 more words

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Museum of the Aleutians, Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Alaska, USA

“The Museum of the Aleutians – in Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island (which has a automotible/truck/bus bridge to the main island of Unalaska), Alaska, USA – is a state-of-the-art cultural center of the Aleutian Islands and the Unalaska community.  755 more words

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Eat local: Dutch Harbor, Amaknak Island, Alaska, USA

The port of Dutch Harbor, on Amaknak Island in the Aleutian Chain – connected by a bridge to the much larger Unalaska Island — consistently ranks as the busiest fishing port in the United States of America.  1,155 more words

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Weekly Pic: Dutch Harbor Renovations

A visitor to Dutch Harbor stitched together a couple pics to show how the famous boating center is becoming a mercantile destination. GTFO vessels are now coming and going and a new commercial island has been formed to much applause.

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Dutch Harbor Brings It Home, and the Locals Say About Time!

Locals of Dutch Harbor and commuting workers are hailing the newest development on the island sales center, saying it’s about time.

“You don’t know how long we’ve been here without a single restaurant,” said one local. 88 more words

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Dutch Harbor Doubles Down on GTFO

Dutch Harbor has doubled its GTFO docks, making the shopping and boating hub one of the most traveled destinations in the wider Blake area. Visitors have also reported that the island has added more stores and finally opened some of the tunnel network under the island to the public.

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