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    SAMOKE (2004) The 45 foot fish tender Samoke was consumed by fire August 20, 2004 at Legma Island south of Sitka and west of Goddard. The fire originated in a stove.

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    SAMOKE (2004) The 45 foot fish tender Samoke was consumed by fire August 20, 2004 at Legma Island south of Sitka and west of Goddard. The fire originated in a stove.

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