Located in Highfield Anchorage, on the north coast of Wrangell Island, Alexander Archipelago.
Named in 1901 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) for the City of Topeka, a steamer of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, whose crew discovered this feature.
Point Madan, Point Rothsay, Point Shekesti, Point Ancon, Point Highfield, Babbler Point, Blaquiere Point, Cemetery Point, East Point, Garnet Ledge, Gerard Point, Green Point, Hooligan Point, Kakwan Point, Nemo Point, Polk Point, Reef Point, Wedge Point, Woronkofski Point,
The Eye Opener, Andrew Island, Channel Island, Cottonwood Islands, Deadmans Island, The Desert, Drag Island, Dry Island, Etolin Island, Farm Island, Fifteenmile Island, Fivemile Island, Grassy Island, Greys Island, Hat Island, Hidden Island, Kadin Island, Liesnoi Island, Limb Island, Little Dry Island, Pocket Island, Rynda Island, Sergief Island, Sokolof Island, Summit Island, Woronkofski Island, Wrangell Island, Young Rock,
Andrew Creek, Crittenden Creek, Dry Wash, Garnet Creek, Government Creek, Hooligan Slough, Institute Creek, Kunk Creek, McCormack Creek, Mill Creek, North Arm Creek, Pat Creek, Salamander Creek, South Fork Andrew Creek,