10 mi NE of Angoon, on W central Admiralty Island, 5.5 mi. N of Angoon; Alex. Arch.
Named in 1929 byU.S. Forest Service (USFS)for John A. Thayer, 1896-1929, a junior forester in the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), who was killed by a brown bear on Admiralty Island. John Thayer made a reconnaissance of the timber bordering this lake a few weeks before his death and was the first United States forester to visit the lake.
Point Bridge, Bluff Point, Bryant Point, Cedar Point, Channel Point, Danger Point, Hemlock Point, North Point, Parker Point, Passage Point, Pillsbury Point, Ponte Point, Rocky Point, Saginaw Point, Point Samuel, Shelter Point, South Point, Sullivan Point, Termination Point, Turn Point,
Admiralty Island, Deception Island, Diamond Island, Killisnoo Island, Kinchman Rock, Long Island, Passage Island, Sand Island, South America Island, Stone Island, Table Island, Target Island, Village Rock, Woodchoppers Island,