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59 ° 51' 20" N, 147 ° 53' 30" W
16 ft (4.88 m)
on NW coast of Montague I., 5.5 mi. NE of Cape Cleare and 58 mi. SE of Seward, Chugach Mts.
Named by Captain Nathaniel Portlock about April 29, 1787, probably for the mate of the vessel Nootka. The name is shown only on his chart.
Crab Bay, Fault Cove, Hanning Bay, Horseshoe Bay, Johnson Cove, MacLeod Harbor, Montgomery Bay, San Juan Bay, Sawmill Bay, Sleepy Bay, Wilson Bay,
Point Woodcock, Point Bazil, Point Bryant, Cape Cleare, Neck Point, Powder Point,
Elrington Passage, Latouche Passage, Montague Strait,
Aquaculture Dam, Crab Bay Dam Number 3,
Bettles Island, Chicken Island, Danger Island, Evans Island, Izmaylov Island, Latouche Island,
Lake Hayden, Fish Lake, Jaybird Lake, Lake Putnam, Snowy Lake,
Mount Beatson, Broon Buttes, Gibbon Peak, Jeanie Peak, Latouche Peak, Reynolds Peak, Stair Mountain,
Horseshoe Bay State Marine Park,
Deception Creek, Strike Creek,
Chenega, Chenega Bay, Girwood (historical), Horseshoe Bay (historical), Latouche, Phoenix (historical), Port Ashton, Port Benney (historical), Port Crawford (historical), Port San Juan,