Kachemak Bay

adjective Kach·e·mak Bay \¦kachəˌmak¦bā\

Definition of Kachemak Bay

  1. :  of or relating to a Pacific Eskimo and Aleutian culture of about a.d. 100–1700 characterized by sealing and by the development of southwest Alaskan types of artifacts and the introduction of foreign traits

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Origin and Etymology of kachemak bay

Kachemak Bay, locality south of Anchorage, south central Alaska, where remains of the culture were discovered

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