on W coast of Baker I., 21 mi. SW of Craig, Alex. Arch.
Spanish word meaning "a vein (or stripe of mineral)," given in 1923 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS), because "it is bordered by bluffs of veined or striped rock."
Port San Antonio, Port Asumcion, Port Mayoral, Port San Antonio, Aguirre Bay, Fortaleza Bay, Indiada Cove, Kelly Cove, Lagoma Bay, Roller Bay, Siketi Sound, Steamboat Bay, Thimble Cove, Ulitka Bay, Veta Bay,
Point Marabilla, Point Maria, Point Quemada, Point Rosary, Point Saint Boniface, Point Saint Isidor, Point Saint Thomas, Point San Francisco, Point San Jose, Point San Leonardo, Point San Roque, Point Santa Gertrudis, Point Santa Rosa, Point Santa Theresa, Point Aguirre, Point Alonzo, Point Animas, Point Arboleda, Point Capones, Point Caracol, Point Cosinas, Point Delgada, Point Falfan, Point Fortaleza, Point Fula, Point Garcia, Point Incarnation, Point Isleta, Amarilla Point, Canal Point, Cape Addington, Cape Bartolome, Cape Chirikof, Cape Felix, Cape Ulitka, Granite Point, Mineral Point, Outer Point, Pepper Point, Punishment Point, Saint Nicholas Point, Siketi Point, Snail Point, Steamboat Point, Triste Point, Veta Point,
Abrejo Rocks, Alargate Rocks, Animas Island, Arcada Rock, Baker Island, Caracol Island, Cone Island, Coposo Island, Cristina Island, Garcia Island, Gaviota Islets, Gaviota Rock, Indiada Island, Lulu Island, Marabilla Island, Muerta Island, Noyes Island, Pigeon Island, Pine Island, Quitasueno Rock, San Francisco Island, Santa Rita Island, Shaft Rock, Sola Rock, Triste Island, Ubi Island,