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Acklins and Crooked Islands

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Acklins and Crooked Islands was a district of the Bahamas until 1996, and as Acklins, Crooked Island and Long Cay until 1999. The islands are at 22°30′N 74°0′W.

Acklins
Geography
LocationAtlantic Ocean
Coordinates22°21′N 74°1′W / 22.350°N 74.017°W / 22.350; -74.017
ArchipelagoBahamas
Area238-389 km2 (92-150 sq mi)
Administration
The Bahamas Bahamas
Demographics
Population560[1] (2010)

The population of Acklins was 428, and Crooked Island 350, at the 2000 census.[2]

Since 1999, Acklins and Crooked Island are separate districts.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "PRELIMINARY POPULATION AND HOUSING COUNT BY ISLAND AND SUPERVISORY DISTRICT, ALL BAHAMAS: CENSUS 2010" (PDF). Bahamas Department of Statistics.
  2. "Bahamas, the - General Information". Geohive. Retrieved 19 February 2016.