Kenai Peninsula

The Kenai Peninsula is a large peninsula jutting from the southern coast of Alaska in the United States. The name Kenai is probably derived from Kenayskaya, the Russian name for Cook Inlet, which borders the peninsula to the west.

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Alan Boraas - Biography - Early Work On Kenai Peninsula
... by Clayton Brockel, founding director of Kenai Peninsula Community College, who asked him if he would like to teach Adult Basic Education ... station that had been transferred to the Kenai Native Association as part of the Alaska Native land claims settlement ... At Wildwood, Boraas made his first contacts with members of the Kenai Peninsula's Alaska Native community ...
List Of National Natural Landmarks In Alaska
... Crater 01967-11-01November 1967 King Salmon Lake and Peninsula Borough Part of the rarely visited Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve, this 3,400 year old volcanic caldera last erupted in 1931 ... Iliamna Volcano 01976-01-011976 Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska Active stratovolcano with a 10,016-foot (3,053 m) summit and at least 10 glaciers ... in North America McNeil River State Game Sanctuary 01968-01-011968 Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska Concentration of bears fishing at the falls provides a world renowned bear viewing opportunity ...
National Baseball Congress - Graduate of The Year
... Pole Nicks ('85) 1994 Jimmy Key New York Yankees Kenai Peninsula Oilers ('81) 1993 Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants Fairbanks Goldpanners ('83)/Hutchinson Broncos ('84) 1992 Andy Benes San Diego ...
List Of Communities In Alaska - List
... Kake Kaktovik Kalifornsky Kaltag Kanatak Karluk Kasaan Kasigluk Kasilof Kenai Kenai Peninsula Borough Borough 1419972 60°25′0″N 151°15′2″W ...
Kenai Peninsula - Natural Resources and Economy
... The peninsula also has natural gas, petroleum, and coal deposits, as well as abundant commercial and personal-use fisheries ...