On W coast of Prince of Wales Island, 5 mi NNE of Craig, Alex. Arch.
Tlingit Indian village reported in 1853, on Russian Hydrographic Dept. Chart 1493, as "Sel(eniye) Klyakkhan,; i.e. "Klyakkhan settlement," applied to a location on the west side of Shinaku Inlet. to the establishment of a cannery at the present site in 1878. H. J. Holmberg referred to the village in 1855 as "Thlewhakh"; Aurel Krause reported "Chla-wak-kon," i.e. listed as "Klawak" in the 1890 Census. 261 in 1890; 131 in 1900; 241 in 1910; 19 in 1920; 437 in 1930; 455 in 1939; and 404 in 1950. established in 1882 (Ricks, 1965, p. 34).
Point Miliflores, Point Miraballes, Point Polocano, Point Providence, Point Saint Sebastian, Point Batan, Point Eugenia, Point Ildefonso, Point Iphigenia, Point Lomas, Agueda Point, Canoe Point, Cape Empinado, Cape Flores, Cape Suspiro, Cemetery Point, Entrance Point, Fern Point, Guktu Point, Perlas Point, Punta de los Almos, Punta De los Islotillos, Punta Maria Antonia, Punta Noriega, Punta Palmito, Tranquil Point,
Abbess Island, Balandra Island, Ballena Islands, Canas Island, Catalina Island, Clam Island, Cole Island, Coronados Islands, Craig Island, Cruz Islands, Culebrina Island, Dasani Islands, Fish Egg Island, Hermanos Islands, Joe Island, Klawock Island, Ladrones Islands, Madre de Dios Island, Parida Island, Peratrovich Island, Piedras Island, Prince of Wales Island, Rancheria Island, Rosary Island, San Juan Bautista Island, San Juanito Island, Sombrero Island, Toti Island, Unlucky Island, Wadleigh Island, Wadleigh Rock, The Witnesses,