61 ° 14' 32" N,
148 ° 11' 36" W
9649 ft (2941.02 m)
at head of Gannett Glacier, 57 mi. E of Anchorage, Chugach Mts.History
Named by Lawrence Martin in 1911 for Henry Gannett, 1846-1914,. Mr. Gannett was a president of the National Geographic Society, Chief Geographer of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Chairman of the Board on Geographic Names.
Barry Arm, Harriman Fiord, Serpentine Cove, Surprise Inlet,Capes:Channels:Glaciers:
Baker Glacier, Barry Glacier, Cascade Glacier, Coxe Glacier, Detached Glacier, Gannett Glacier, Knik Glacier, Marcus Baker Glacier, Penniman Glaciers, Serpentine Glacier,Mountains:
Mount Coville, Mount Curtis, Mount Emerson, Mount Gannett, Mount Gilbert, Mount Goode, Mount Muir,Valleys: