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- ^ Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary, Third Edition, p. 716.
- ^ Gary C. Stein (1977), Cultural Resourches of the Aleutian Region: Historic Sites (pp: 97-98: At Massacre Bay the Russians found some Native habitations, and after a short quarrel, fifteen Natives were killed (Bancroft, 1886:104-105)
- ^ Brendan Coyle (2002), War on Our Doorstep: The Unknown Campaign on North America's West Coast (p. 32: Attu was the site of a massacre of fifteen Aleuts in 1749 by Russian sealers at what is aptly named Massacre Bay.)
- ^ Michael Sturma (2008), The Uss Flier: Death and Survival on a World War II Submarine (p. 12: Under the command of Rear Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, the Americans made their third amphibious landing assault of the war on the south coast of the island at the aptly named Massacre Bay (Russian Cossacks had slaughtered Aleuts at the site two centuries earlier). )
- ^ USCG Loran Station Attu (Attu’s best example of these abuses is a spit of land, near Massacre Bay, called Murder Point where, in 1745, a band of traders executed 15 Attuans for some unknown transgression.)