9 mi. E of Cape Fanshaw and 78 mi. E of Sitka, Coast Mts.
Named in 1887 by Lieutenant Commander C. M. Thomas, U.S. Navy (USN), for the U.S.S. Jamestown, a survey ship in southeastern Alaska 1879-1880; published in 1888 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS).
Point Walpole, Point Highland, Point Hobart, Bartlett Point, Bay Point, Bill Point, Boulder Point, Duck Point, East Point, Flat Point, Fort Point, Grand Point, The Haystack, Hook Point, McNairy Point, West Point,
Alaska Peak, Ambler Peak, Bay Point Knoll, Chipp Peak, Dahlgren Peak, De Long Peak, Mount Fanshaw, Hall Peak, Hunt Peak, Jamestown Peak, Kane Peak, Man-of-War Peak, Putnam Peak, Saranac Peak, Tangent Peak, Washington Peak,