on N central Baranof I., 16 mi. N of Sitka, Alex. Arch.;
Named in 1929 byU.S. Forest Service (USFS)for Sitka Chief Annahootz, of the Kock-won-ton, a subtribe of the Tlingit Indians, who protected the white settlers from the Indians under Katlian, a rival chief. Annahootz was appointed policeman of an Indian village by Captain Beardslee, U.S. Navy (USN), in 1880, which office he held for many years.
Point Benham, Point Kennedy, Allan Point, Creek Point, Dog Point, Duffield Peninsula, Eastern Point, Halibut Point, Halleck Point, Harbor Point, Kresta Point, Krugloi Point, Lisianski Peninsula, Lisianski Point, Saook Point,
Andersen Island, Bart Island, Beehive Island, Bieli Rocks, Big Gavanski Island, Border Rocks, Chaichei Islands, Crosswise Islands, Crow Island, Gagarin Island, Guide Island, Halleck Island, Kasiana Islands, Krestof Island, Lauf Islands, Limit Island, Little Gavanski Island, Middle Island, Prince Island, Siginaka Islands,