at S end of Taku Inlet, on Stephens Passage, 4.8 mi. SE of Dupont and 12 mi. SE of Juneau, Coast Mts.
This point of land was named "Point Salisbury" in 1794 by Captain Vancouver (1798, v. 3, p. 278), RN, for the Bishop of Salisbury. W. H. Dall, changed the name to Bishop Point in 1883 because the name "Point Salisbury" was accidently transferred on Vancouver's chart to another point 3 miles to the west. Captain Tebenkov (1852, map 8), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), located the point in the right place, but all other charts took the location from the Vancouver chart.
Arden Point, Bishop Point, Circle Point, Cooper Point, Cove Point, Davidson Point, False Arden, Flat Point, Grave Point, Greely Point, Icy Point, Jaw Point, Point Salisbury, Southeast End, Station Point, Stockade Point, Taku Point, Tantallon Point, Tantallon Point,
Annex Peak, Arthur Peak, Bulger Hill, Butler Peak, Clark Peak, Deadview Peak, Gastineau Peak, Groundhog Hill, Hawthorne Peak, Irving Peak, Limestone Bluffs, Martin Peak, Matin Peak, McDonough Peak, Middle Peak, Mineral Hill, North Rhine Peak, Observation Peak, Olds Mountain, Roberts Peak, Scorpion Peak, Sheep Mountain, South Rhine Peak, Split Thumb, Steeple Peak, Taku Mountain, Thoroughfare Mountain, Topless Peak, True Summit, Vesper Peak, West Peak, West Summit, Williams Mountain,
Annex Creek, Bear Creek, Black Bear Creek, Bullion Creek, Carlson Creek, Cross Bay Creek, Davidson Creek, Dorothy Creek, Dupont Creek, Falls Creek, Gold Fork, Granite Creek, Grindstone Creek, Groundhog Creek (historical), Ice Creek, Limestone Creek, Little Sheep Creek, Lurvey Creek, Nevada Creek, Ready Bullion Creek, Rhine Creek, Sheep Creek, Sheep Fork, Turner Creek,
Arctic Gulch, Crooked Gulch, Dix Gulch, Geary Gulch, Glacier Basin, Goldstein Gulch, Grouse Gulch, Hardscrabble Gulch, Icy Gulch, Lurvey Basin, Marmot Valley, Nugget Gulch, Prospect Gulch, Quartz Gulch (historical), Roberts Gulch, Sheep Creek Basin, Specimen Creek, Spring Gulch, Timber Gulch,