Graham Island is the largest of the Queen Charlotte Islands (aka Haida Gwaii, (land of the Haida) lying off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. It is separated only by a narrow channel from the other principal island of the group, Moresby Island (aka Gwaii Haanas in the language of the Haida people. It has a population of 4,475 (2001 census), and an area of 6,361 km² (2,456 sq.mi.), and is the 101st largest island in the world, and Canada's 22nd largest island.
The Island That Time Remembered ; Once, It Was a Cause Celebre: A Strategically Important Volcanic Island in the Mediterranean That Britain, France, Spain and Sicily All Claimed as Their Own. Then, in 1831, It Sank beneath the Sea. Now, Inch by Inch, Graham Island Is Rising to the Surface Again. and Already the Territorial Squabbling Has Resumed
Sep 26, 2001; It began with the boiling of waters, 22 miles from the island of fire. It was July 1861, and off the coast of southern Sicily -...