Saint Lawrence Island
Saint Lawrence Island, c.90 mi (145 km) long and from 8 to 22 mi (13–36 km) wide, off W Alaska, in the Bering Sea. A barren island, it is inhabited by Eskimo engaged in fishing. It was visited by Danish explorer Vitus Bering on St. Lawrence's Day, 1728.
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