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59 ° 49' 8" N, 139 ° 28' 18" W
4429 ft (1349.96 m)
0.6 mi. SW of Cape Enchantment and 21 mi. NE of Yakutat; St. Elias Mts.
named in 1890 by Russell (1892, p. 88), for Reverend Carl J. Henrickson, a Swedish missionary at Yakutat at the time.
Hubbard Glacier Geological Area,
New Reef, New Reefs,
Chicago Harbor, Disenchantment Bay, Eleanor Cove, Humpback Cove, Redfield Cove, Russell Fiord, Seal Bay, Shelter Cove,
Point Latouche, Bancas Point, Cape Enchantment, Cape Stoss, Kooisk Point, Marble Point, Puget Peninsula,
Alexander Glacier, Black Glacier, Hendrickson Glacier, Henry Glacier, Latouche Glacier, McCarty Glacier, Rasmuson Glacier, Variegated Glacier,
Dolgoi Island, Haenke Island, Knight Island, Kriwoi Island, Krutoi Island, Neeg Island, Osier Island, Otmeloi Island, Tla-xagh Island,
Mountain Lake, Lake Redfield, Situk Lake,
Mount Alexander, Gilbert Point, Mount Hendrickson, Mount Hoorts, Mount Mallott, Mount McCarty, Mount Rasmuson, Mount Tebenkof,
Aquadulce Creek, Calahonda Creek, Humpback Creek, Indian Camp Creek, Onklat Creek,
Mountain Lake Trail Yakutat, Situk Lake Trail,