on NE coast of Chicagof I., on Chatham Strait, 4 mi. N of False Bay and 26 mi. SW of Juneau, Alex. Arch.
Discovered by Joseph Whidbey July 24 1794, and named by Captain Vancouver (1798,v.3,p.259), Royal Navy (RN), for Augusta Sophia, daughter of George iii of England (Wagner, 1937,p.374).
Cedar Cove, Coot Cove, Crab Cove, Cube Cove, Curlew Ledge, False Bay, Freshwater Bay, Funter Bay, Game Cove, Hawk Inlet, Iyoukeen Cove, Jims Cove, Pavlof Harbor, Piledriver Cove, Pileriver Cove, Square Cove, Swanson Harbor, Wachusett Cove, Whitestone Harbor,
Point Hepburn, Point Augusta, Clear Point, Point Couverden, Cube Point, East Point, Flints Point, Hawk Point, Iyoukeen Peninsula, Mansfield Peninsula, Point Marsden, North Passage Point, Outer Point, West Point,
Ansley Island, Bare Island, Cedar Island, Couverden Island, Couverden Rock, East Redcliff Island, Entrance Island, Gauge Island, Heidi Rock, The Kittens, Ledge Island, Little Cedar Island, Naked Island, Pinnacle Rock, Rat Island, Rocky Island, Star Rock, Station Island, West Redcliff Island,