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55 ° 53' 34" N, 133 ° 53' 34" W
Prince of Wales-Hyder (CA)
Bald Peak, Warren Peak,
1670 ft (509.02 m)
in Iphigenia Bay, 42 mi. NW of Craig, Alex. Arch.
Discovered on September 11, 1793, by Joseph Whidbey and named "Warren's Island" by Captain George Vancouver, Royal Navy (RN), for Sir John Borlase Warren.
Alice Rocks, Finger Shoal, Point Saint Albans Reef, Slide Reef,
False Cove, Fishermans Harbor, Halibut Harbor, Iphigenia Bay, Pole Anchorage, Survey Cove, Warren Cove,
Point Saint Albans, Point Borlase, Point Hardscrabble, Boot Point, Cape Lynch, Cape Pole, Ruins Point,
Cosmos Pass, Fake Pass, Straw Pass, Warren Channel,
Black Rock, Borlase Rock, Emerald Island, Fairway Island, Feather Rock, Finger Islands, Gull Island, Losa Island, Marble Islet, North Island, Quartz Rock, Raso Rock, South Island, Timbered Island, Warren Island, Whale Head Island, Whale Rock,
Survey Creek, Trout Creek,