CHILIAN (1901) The 248 gross ton bark Chilian struck a rock and was lost at 9 p.m. on November 30, 1901. The tragedy occurred on the south side of Dutch Harbor on Unalaska Island during a blizzard. The vessel was abandoned and sold at auction on December 7, 1901. She was reported to be worth $30,000 at the time of the accident, the only cargo being her ballast.
Mapping and Location : Southwest Alaska 53 53 27 N 166 32 05 W Chart 16528
Additional Information : Age 8 years, Registration Valpariso Chile, Last Port Plain Bay November 3 bound for San Francisco, Crew of 28 no casualties
Source : U S Customs Wreck Report filed at Unalaska December 7, 1901 by her master, James H Kinney of Alameda California.