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56 ° 13' 57.197" N, 132 ° 14' 41.679" W
1.5 mi (2.41 km)
285 ft (86.87 m)
on SW coast of Wrangell I., 18 mi. SSE of Wrangell, Alex. Arch.
Local name reported in 1900 by Lieutenant Commander J. F. Moser, U.S. Navy (USN), as "Thoms (Aw-aw)." This is probably derived from the Tlingit Indian word "ah" meaning "lake."
Anita Bay, Circle Bay, Earl West Cove, Jadski Cove, Madan Bay, McHenry Inlet, Menefee Inlet, Olive Cove, Shoemaker Bay, Southeast Cove, Southwest Cove, Thoms Place, Whaletail Cove,
Point Madan, Anita Point, East Point, Kuakan Point, Menefee Point, Nemo Point, Thoms Point, Turn Point, Whaletail Point,
The Narrows, Zimovia Strait,
The Eye Opener, Bold Island, Button Island, Channel Island, Etolin Island, Found Island, Hat Island, South Burnett Island, Trap Rock, Turn Island, Village Islands, Wrangell Island, Young Rock, Zimovia Islets,
Burnett Lake, Hatchery Lake, Highbush Lake, Kunk Lake, Long Lake, McHenry Lake, Navy Lake, Olive Lake, Pats Lake, Thoms Lake,
Chichagof Peak, East Mountain, Mount Etolin, Navy Peak, Virginia Peak,
Thoms Place State Marine Park,
Earl West Creek, Falls Creek, Fools Creek, Institute Creek, Kunk Creek, McCormack Creek, Olive Creek, Pat Creek, Salamander Creek, Thoms Creek, Trout Creek,
Highbush Lake Trail, Long Lake Trail, Thoms Lake Trail,