0.6 mi. SW of mouth of Porcupine Creek, on Klehini River, 32 mi. W of Skagway, St. Elias Mts. aj 592515N1361415W
A mining camp named by prospectors for Porcupine Creek. The town was established in 1898 as a result of the discovery of gold along the creek. The following year it had a population of 200, and in 1901 a postoffice of this na me was established. In 1903 the town consisted of a dozen or more houses and log cabins, a trading store, a hotel, and about 80 people during the summer, but during the winter it was practically deserted (Wright, 1904, p. 11).