1.3 mi. N of Port Johnson, on SE coast of Prince of Wales I. Alex. Arch.
Local name reported in 1901 by A. H. Brooks, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). "This is the place where gold was first discovered in the Dolomi region. The discovery was made by Paul Johnson, an Indian boy, who first found the bright particles of gold on the shore of the lake" (Brooks, 1902, p. 84).
Port Johnson, Aiken Cove, Brennan Bay, Cannery Cove, Chichagof Bay, Cholmondeley Sound, Clarno Cove, Clover Bay, Dickman Bay, Dolomi Bay, Dora Bay, Dutch Harbor, Frederick Cove, French Harbor, Hidden Bay, Ingraham Bay, Johnson Cove, Kegan Cove, Kitkun Bay, Lancaster Cove, Menefee Anchorage, Moira Sound, Niblack Anchorage, North Arm Moira Sound, Nowiskay Cove, South Arm Moira Sound, Sunny Cove, West Arm Moira Sound, West Arm Moira Sound,
Point Halliday, Point Jansen, Adams Point, Anderson Point, Black Point, Cannery Point, Chasina Point, Clover Point, Crowell Point, Divide Head, Doctor Point, Ingraham Point, Inner Point, Moss Point, Rip Point, Scott Point, Scraggy Point, Sunny Point, Windy Point,
Almguist Rock, Beck Rock, Chasina Island, Clare Island, Deichman Island, Egg Islands, Hump Island, King Island, Menefee Islands, Moira Island, Moira Rock, Polk Island, Red Rock, Skin Island, Sun Rocks, Wedge Island, Wedge Islands, Whiterock Island,