in Glacier Bay National Monument, trends NW to 1961 terminus on Johns Hopkins Inlet, 3 mi. NE of terminus of Johns Hopkins Glacier, 78 mi. NW of Hoonah, St. Elias Mts. 3 miles long.
Named by Field and Cooper (1937, p. 62) for Daniel Coit Gilman, 1831-1908, educator. He was president of the University of California, 1872-75, first president of Johns Hopkins University, 1876-1901, and president of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1902-04.
Charley Glacier, Clark Glacier, Gilman Glacier, Hoonah Glacier, John Glacier, Johns Hopkins Glacier, Jones Glacier, Kadachan Glacier, Kashoto Glacier, Lamplugh Glacier, Margerie Glacier, Topeka Glacier, Toyatte Glacier, Tyeen Glacier,