The easternmost peninsula of Attu Island, Aleutian Islands.
Named for Captain Lieutenant Alexie Ilich Chirikov who was in command of the Saint Paul on the official Russian exploring expedition, under Vitus Bering; he is given credit for the discovery of the Alaska mainland in 1741. This cape was called "Mys Vostochnoy" meaning "east cape" (Tebenkov, 1852, map 30). The translated name "East Cape" was used on American charts until the Board on Geographic Names (BGN) decision was given.
Point Poker, Point Black, Alexai Point, Barbara Point, Buchanan Point, Chichagof Point, Chirikof Point, Hodikof Point, Hook Point, Point Hope, Khlebnikof Point, Krupa Point, Pisa Point, Range Point, Square Point,
Akuchin Rocks, Bashmakoff Rocks, Chaloo-ga Rocks, Chuckskin Rocks, Cooper Islands, Gibson Island, Hodikof Island, Hoppe Island, Inner Rocks, Kennon Island, Loaf Island, Middle Rocks, Outer Rock, Sootin Rocks,