Geographic Encyclopedia
Goto page for:  New!

Type name & press {Enter


Home Page
Up to Index
About Us
Contact Us
Link to Us
Terms of Use
2000, Inc.
All rights reserved.

<-- (What_cheer) Previous || Next (Whatcott) -->


  1. Whatcom, Washington, United States [County] includes Acme, Anacortes Crossing, Balford, Barron, Bellingham [Populated], Birch Bay, Birch Bay Circle Grange, Blaine [Populated], Blue Canyon, Brennan, Cedar Crossing, Cedarville, Chuckanut, Chuckanut Village, Clearbrook, Clipper, Columbia, Comar, Cottonwood Beach, Custer, Deming, Dewey, Diablo, Doran, Eureka, Everson [Populated], Ferndale [Populated], Geneva [Populated], Glacier, Goshen, Greenwood, Hampton, Happy Valley, Kendall, Kickerville, Larson Mill, Laurel, Lawrence, Limestone Junction, Lummi Island, Lynden [Populated], Maple Beach, Maple Falls, Marietta, Mirror Lake, Mountain View, Neptune Beach, Newhalem, Nooksack [Populated], Nooksack Salmon Hatchery, Noon, North Cedarville, Northwood, Pleasant Valley, Point Roberts, Saxon, Semiahmoo, Semiahmoo, Silver Beach, South Beach, South Bellingham, Standard, Strandell, Sumas [Populated], Sunnyside, Van Wyck, Van Zandt, Victor, Wahl, Warnick, Wickersham [SourceGSP]
  2. Whatcom, Washington, United States [County]; population was 127,780 in 1990; housing units was 55,742 in 1990; location is 4850'N 12154'W; land area is 2,120.06 square miles (1,356,841 acres); water area is 383.59 square miles (245,498 acres); FIPS code is 73 [SourceCBP]

Measurement Conversion, Currency Exchange Rates, World Time Zones and Calculators!