in mouth of Stikine River, 4 mi. NW of Wrangell, Alex. Arch.
Named in 1863 by surveyors from the Russian corvette Rynda for the pilot M. M. Kadin, a native of the Aleutian Islands, who was also a member of this surveying party and who drew the charts in the Tebenkov atlas in Sitka in 1848-50.
Point Rothsay, Point Shekesti, Point Ancon, Point Highfield, Babbler Point, Blaquiere Point, Cemetery Point, Cosmos Point, East Point, Garnet Ledge, Gerard Point, Green Point, Hooligan Point, Middle Craig Point, Neal Point, Polk Point, Reef Point, South Craig Point, Wedge Point, Woronkofski Point,
The Eye Opener, Camp Island, Coney Island, Cottonwood Islands, Deadmans Island, The Desert, Drag Island, Dry Island, Farm Island, Fivemile Island, Grassy Island, Greys Island, Hat Island, Hidden Island, Kadin Island, Liesnoi Island, Limb Island, Little Dry Island, Pocket Island, Rynda Island, Sergief Island, Sokolof Island, Summit Island, Two Tree Island, Vank Island, Wilson Islands, Woronkofski Island, Young Rock,
Ancon Peak, Chichagof Peak, East Mountain, Elephants Nose, Favor Peak, Garnet Mountain, Manzanita Peak, Mount Rynda, Sam Peak, Sunrise Peak, Sunset Peak, Wilkes Peak, Mount Woronkofski, Wrangell Peak,