between Stikine and Zimovia Straits, 5 mi. SW of Wrangell, Alex. Arch.
Published in 1848 on Russian Hydrographic Dept. chrt 1396 as "O(strov) Voronkovskiy." Named for Lieutenant Woronkovski, Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), who explored the southern shore of the Alaska Peninsula in 1836.
Point Rothsay, Point Shekesti, Point Ancon, Point Highfield, Anita Point, Babbler Point, Blaquiere Point, Cemetery Point, East Point, Garnet Ledge, Gerard Point, Green Point, Middle Craig Point, Neal Point, Nemo Point, Polk Point, Reef Point, Round Point, South Craig Point, Turn Point, Wedge Point, Woronkofski Point,
The Eye Opener, Deadmans Island, Drag Island, Etolin Island, Fivemile Island, Greys Island, Hat Island, Kadin Island, Liesnoi Island, Molver Island, Rynda Island, Sergief Island, Sokolof Island, Summit Island, Turn Island, Two Tree Island, Vank Island, Village Islands, Wilson Islands, Woronkofski Island, Young Rock,
Alice Peak, Ancon Peak, Bessie Peak, Chichagof Peak, East Mountain, Elephants Nose, Favor Peak, Garnet Mountain, Helen Peak, Manzanita Peak, Red Mountain, Sam Peak, Sunrise Peak, Sunset Peak, Virginia Peak, Mount Woronkofski, Wrangell Peak,