Largest Islands of the United States

 Island

Area

Square miles

Square kilometers

1. Hawaii, Hawaii

4,021

10,414

2. Kodiak Island, Alaska

3,588

9,293

3. Prince of Wales, Alaska

2,577

6,675

4. Chichagof Island, Alaska

2,080

5,388

5. St. Lawrence I., Alaska

1,983

5,135

6. Admiralty Island, Alaska

1,684

4,362

7. Nunivak Island, Alaska

1,625

4,209

8. Unimak, Alaska

1,590

4,119

9. Baranof Island, Alaska

1,569

4,065

10. Long Island, New York

1,401

3,629

11. Revillagigedo I., Alaska

1,145

2,965

12. Kupreanof I., Alaska

1,086

2,813

13. Unalaska, Alaska

1,051

2,722

14. Nelson Island, Alaska

843

2,183

15. Kuiu Island, Alaska

757

1,962

16. Maui, Hawaii

728.8

1,888

17. Afognak, Alaska

699

1,809

18. Umnak, Alaska

692

1,793

19. Oahu, Hawaii

617.6

1,600

20. Kauai, Hawaii

558.2

1,446

21. Atka Island, Alaska

410

1,061

22. Attu Island, Alaska

346

896

23. Etolin Island, Alaska

336

870

24. Montague Island, Alaska

315

815

25. Adak Island, Alaska

280

725

26. Molokai, Hawaii

261

676

27. Dall Island, Alaska

253

655

28. Wrangell Island, Alaska

216

560

29. Mitkof Island, Alaska

211

546

30. Isle Royale, Michigan

209

541

31. Tanaga Island, Alaska

204

529

32. Zarembo Island, Alaska

185

478

33. Unga Island, Alaska

178

461

34. Amlia Island, Alaska

177

459

35. Whidbey I., Washington

172

445

  

See also the largest islands of selected states.

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Last modified 8/5/00--------------------------------------- 2006 Joshua Calder

Contact Joshua Calder at jcalder@erols.com with questions or suggestions. 

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