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  • This means that Attu is also part of the "ABA Checklist Area," a geographic entity defined by the American Birding Association as, essentially, North America north of the U.S.

    Birding at the Edge

  • Less than 250 miles from Asia, Attu is still part of Alaska, and therefore part of North America.

    Birding at the Edge

  • This means that Attu is also part of the "ABA Checklist Area," a geographic entity defined by the American Birding Association as, essentially, North America north of the U.S.

    Birding at the Edge

  • Less than 250 miles from Asia, Attu is still part of Alaska, and therefore part of North America.

    Birding at the Edge

  • Attu, the outermost of the Aleutian Islands, is remote, primitive, and cold, but it is the likeliest place in North America to catch sight of a number of avian rarities

    Where Birds Rule the Earth

  • And I know your mind's made up to discharge me at Attu-Attu.

    Bunches of Knuckles

  • I don't know how precisely to deal with this Captain Dettmar, but if he comes to Attu-Attu, depend upon it he shall be dealt with, he – ah – shall be dealt with.

    Bunches of Knuckles

  • United States Consul Lingford was a fussy, elderly gentleman, and in the two years of his service at Attu-Attu had never encountered so unprecedented a case as that laid before him by Boyd Duncan.

    Bunches of Knuckles

  • Boyd and Minnie Duncan are sailing their thirty-ton yacht Samoset, a former trading schooner he bought in San Francisco, in the South Seas, three days out of Attu-Attu, and she is preparing a Christmas meal for them.

    “Samuel! There was a rolling wonder in the sound. Ay, there was!”

  • After an argument, Boyd tells Dettmer that he will be put ashore at Attu-Attu.

    “Samuel! There was a rolling wonder in the sound. Ay, there was!”

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