1 mi. N of Dirt Glacier, Glacier Bay National Monument, 52 mi. NW of Hoonah, St. Elias Mts.
Named in 1891 by Reid (1892, p. 30), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), for George Frederick Wright, 1838-1921, pastor and glacial geologist. Most of his life was spent as a theologian and Congregational minister. He was professor at the Oberlin Theological Seminary from 1881 to 1907. He was the author of many geological publications, including "The Ice Age in North America." Wright spent some time in the Glacier Bay area in 1886. There is another Mount Wright 43 mi. W of this feature.
Adams Inlet, Beartrack Cove, Fingers Bay, Goose Cove, Hunter Cove, Johnson Cove, Maquinna Cove, Muir Inlet, North Sandy Cove, Nunatak Cove, Sandy Cove, Sebree Cove, South Sandy Cove, Spokane Cove, Stump Cove,
Beartrack Island, Drake Island, Flapjack Island, Francis Island, Garforth Island, Leland Islands, North Marble Island, Puffin Island, Sealers Island, Sebree Island, South Marble Island, Sturgess Island, Willoughby Island,