at N entrance to Port Snettisham, on Stephens Passage, 2 mi. SW of Mist Creek and 29 mi. SE of Juneau, Coast Mts.
Named by Capt Vancouver, Royal Navy (RN), after its discovery by Lieutenant Joseph Whidbey on Aug. 12, 1794, for Henry Styleman of Snettisham, England (Wagner 1937, p. 17). This name was published in 1848 as "Mys Steylmen," by the Russian Hydrographic Dept. on Chart 1396.
Point Anmer, Point Coke, Point Glass, Bogert Point, Bride Point, Circle Point, Crib Point, Glass Peninsula, Grave Point, Prospect Point, River Point, Sentinel Point, Sharp Point, Snettisham Peninsula, Speel Point, Star Point, Station Point, Stockade Point, Point Styleman, Twin Point,
Arthur Peak, Butler Peak, Everett Peak, Fillmore Peak, Irving Peak, Limestone Bluffs, Meigs Peak, Morse Peak, Randolph Peak, Steeple Peak, Taku Mountain, Washburn Peak, Webster Peak, Wheeler Peak, Williams Mountain,