Juneau


Ju·neau

geographical name \ˈjü-(ˌ)nō, j-ˈ\

Definition of JUNEAU

city & port of Alaska in SE coastal strip pop 31,275

Rhymes with JUNEAU

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Juneau

geographical name    (Concise Encyclopedia)

City (pop., 2000: 30,711), capital of Alaska, U.S. Located in southeastern Alaska, it was settled in 1880 when Joe Juneau and Richard Harris discovered gold nearby. Mining was important until the Alaska-Juneau gold mine closed in 1944. Juneau was made the state capital in 1959. Fishing, forestry, and government activities are important, as is tourism. In 1970 Juneau merged with Douglas, on an island across the channel, to form the largest U.S. city in area (3,108 sq mi [8,050 sq km]).

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