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Anderson Island is an island in Puget Sound and is part of Pierce County. Since it is an island It is only accessible by boat or a 20 minute ferry ride from Steilacoom. Anderson Island is south of McNeil Island.

To the northwest Key Peninsula lies across Drayton Passage.

Puget Sound separates the island from the mainland, while to the southwest the Nisqually Reach of Puget Sound separates the island.

The island was given it's title in 1841 by Charles Wilkes of the United States Exploring Expedition. At Fort Nisqually, Mr. Anderson and Captain McNeill, gave assistance to aid his operations. Wilkes named the two nearby islands after these two men.
Anderson Island
•   Every hard wood pen includes a case and a certificate of authenticity
Anderson Island Pen $45.95 USD
This writing instrument is made of fine wood from Anderson Island.
Anderson Island
Anderson Island