H.J.Res. 201 (103rd): Designating the beach at 53 degrees 53 minutes 51 seconds north, 166 degrees 34 minutes 15 seconds west to 53 degrees 53 minutes 48 seconds north, 166 degrees 34 minutes 21 seconds west on Hog Island, which lies in the Northeast Bay of Unalaska, Alaska as ‘Arkansas Beach’ in commemoration of the 206th regiment of the National Guard, who served during the Japanese attack on Dutch Harbor, Unalaska on June 3 and 4, 1942.


May 20, 1993
103rd Congress, 1993–1994

Enacted as S.J.Res. 78 (companion bill)

Raymond “Ray” Thornton Jr.

Representative for Arkansas's 2nd congressional district



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5/20/1993--Introduced.Names the beach on Hog Island, Unalaska, Alaska, the Arkansas Beach in commemoration of the 206th Coast Artillery Regiment and the men who served and died during the air attacks ... Read more >

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May 20, 1993

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S.J.Res. 78 (identical)

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Nov 1, 1993

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