1 mi. N of Aleknagik Lake and 28 mi. NW of Dillingham, Kilbuck- Kuskokwim Mts.
Name recommended by W. C. Mendenhall, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in 1932 and approved by Board on Geographic Names (BGN) over the name Mount Shasta. Jackknife Mtn. seems to have first been shown on an old manuscript sketch map made by (G. D.) Hanna, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF). Mount Shasta seems to have been predominant local usage around 1930, and was so called because of the resemblance of the mountain to California's Mount Shata.
Allah Creek, Bear Creek, Bear Creek, Dam Creek, Elva Creek, Fenno Creek, Happy Creek, Ice Creek, Ivan Creek, Joe Creek, Kema Creek, Lillie Creek, Sam Creek, Stovall Creek, Sunshine Creek, Teal Creek, Yako Creek, Youth Creek,