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Beginning at the intersection of Gisasa River and Koyukuk River; then southerly along the thread of Koyukuk River to its intersection with Yukon River; then southwesterly along the thread of Yukon River to the northern boundary of City of Nulato; then westerly along the northern boundary of City of Nulato to Nulato River; then northwesterly along the thread of the Nulato River to its headwaters; then northerly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Shaktoolik River; then northeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Gisasa River; then northeasterly along the thread of the Gisasa River to the point of beginning.
History: Eff. 7/8/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 15.10.020
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