Cape Hinchinbrook Light Station

SW corner of Hinchinbrook Island on E side of Hinchinbrook Entrance of Prince William Sound
Cordova, Alaska

Historic Document

Cape Hinchinbrook Light Station is located in Valdez-Cordova County, Alaska certified as a historic location on Friday July 29, 2005. This location is a protected historic place because of historical significance relating to Transportation, more specifically a Water-Related. Cape Hinchinbrook Light Station was nominated by as a historic location by Federal Agency based on Event, Architecture/Engineering, Information Potential and its significance in Maritime History, Transportation, Architecture, Historic - Non-Aboriginal.

Cape Hinchinbrook Light Station Information

Other Name: Light Stations of the United States MPS
Other Name: Cape Hinchinbrook Lighthouse; COR-095
Ownership Type: Federal
Type of Resource: District
Cultural Affiliation: Euro-American
Historically Significant Years Associated With This Location: 1934, 1910
Level of Governmental Significance: State
Architect, builder, or engineer: Chase, D.A.; Laird, Edwin
Architectural Style: boat house
Restricted Archeological Site: Not Listed as a Restricted Site
Federal Agency Responsible for This Location: Coast Guard

Cape Hinchinbrook Light Station Size Data

Acres occupied by this site: 69
Number of historically contributing buildings: 2
Number of historically contributing sites: 1
Number of historically contributing structures: 3
Number of historically contributing objects: 1
Number of noncontributing buildings: 1
Number of noncontributing sites: 0
Number of noncontributing structures: 13
Number of noncontributing objects: 0
Related Sections:
Cordova Historic Locations Valdez-Cordova County Historic Locations Alaska Historic Locations