28. Princeton Glacier


The jutting white peninsula in the center of this high altitude infrared photograph is the Princeton Glacier, flowing into the Nassau Fjord, which is a part of Prince William Sound in southern Alaska.  George W. Perkins of the US Coast and Geodetic Survey named the glacier in 1909.

  • To learn more about things named for Princeton, see Café Vivian picture #32, 36, 63, 64, 81, 83, and 92.