extend in Clarence Strait, between Zarembo and Prince of Wales Is., Alex. Arch.
Named in 1886 by Lieutenant Commander A. S. Snow, U.S. Navy (USN); name published in 1887 on U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS) Chart 706.
Lake Bay, Clam Cove, Exchange Cove, Guhao Inlet, Gutchi Cove, Jinhi Bay, Kahli Cove, Kaigao Cove, Kaikli Cove, Little Naukati Bay, Naukati Bay, Nichin Cove, Ragged Cove, Rocky Bay, Rocky Cove, Sarheen Cove, Sarkar Cove, Tunga Inlet,
Aikens Rock, Blashke Islands, Brockman Island, Burnt Island, Bush Rock, Bushy Island, Clam Island, Deer Rocks, East Island, Echo Island, El Capitan Island, Elghi Island, Exchange Island, Fire Island, Graveyard Island, Hauti Island, Hub Rock, Kashevarof Islands, Kassan Islands, Klinau Island, Mabel Island, Middle Islands, North Island, Rookery Islands, Sangao Island, Shrubby Island, Sigh Islands, Spanberg Island, Stevenson Island, Tenass Island, Thorne Island, Tuxekan Island, Village Rock, West Island,
Barnes Lake, Cavern Lake, Exchange Lake, Gold and Galligan Lagoon, Neck Lake, Red Lake, Salmon Bay Lake, Salt Water Lagoon, Sarkar Lake, Scott Lagoon, Sink Hole Lake, Sweetwater Lake, Twin Island Lake,
Lake Bay Creek, Big Creek, Creek Number Four, Exchange Creek, Galligan Creek, Gutchi Creek, Hatchery Creek, Indian Creek, Lava Creek, Logjam Creek, Mabel Creek, Narrow Creek, Naukati Creek, Salmon Creek, Sarkar Creek, Squaw Creek, Tokhini Creek, Yatuk Creek,