Hooker - Places

Places

  • Hooker, Missouri, a ghost town
  • Hooker County, Nebraska
  • Hooker Township, Dixon County, Nebraska
  • Hooker Township, Gage County, Nebraska
  • Hooker, Oklahoma, a city
  • Hooker, Turner County, South Dakota
  • Hooker Dam, a proposed dam on the Gila River in New Mexico
  • Hooker Falls, North Carolina
  • Hooker River, New Zealand
  • Hooker Glacier, a glacier in the Southern Alps of New Zealand
  • Hooker Island in Franz Josef Land, Russia
  • Mount Hooker (disambiguation)
  • Cape Hooker (Antarctica)
  • Cape Hooker (South Shetland Islands)

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