Gulkana River

The Gulkana River is a 60-mile tributary of the in the U.S. state of . Beginning near the southeastern end of Summit Lake in the , the river flows generally south to meet the larger river 9 miles northeast of .

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is a census-designated place in Valdez-Cordova Census Area, , At the 2010 census the population was 119, up from 88 in 2000.

Gulkana River

62.2208° or 62° 13' 15" north
-145.3928° or 145° 23' 34" west
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1,309 feet (399 metres)
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Gulkana
  • Cebuano: Gulkana River
  • Dutch: Gulkana River
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر چولكانا
  • French: Gulkana
  • German: Gulkana River
  • Hebrew: גולקאנה
  • Irish: Abhainn Gulkana
  • Italian: Gulkana
  • Persian: رود گالکانا
  • Russian: Гулкана
  • Welsh: Afon Gulkana
  • Culkana River
  • Culkena River
  • Gulkana Creek
  • Gulkena River
  • Kulkana River
  • Tonkina River

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