heads in lake, near W coast of Prince of Wales I., flows SW to Klawak Lake, 2.5 mi. E of Klawock, Alex. Arch. 3.5 miles long.
Local name reported in 1897 by Lieutenant Commander J. F. Moser, U.S. Navy (USN).
Point Miraballes, Point Saint Sebastian, Point Batan, Point Iphigenia, Point Lomas, Agueda Point, Canoe Point, Cape Suspiro, Cemetery Point, Entrance Point, Perlas Point, Punta de los Almos, Punta De los Islotillos, Tranquil Point,
Abbess Island, Balandra Island, Ballena Islands, Canas Island, Clam Island, Cole Island, Coronados Islands, Craig Island, Culebrina Island, Fish Egg Island, Klawock Island, Ladrones Islands, Madre de Dios Island, Parida Island, Peratrovich Island, Prince of Wales Island, Rancheria Island, Sombrero Island, Toti Island, Unlucky Island, Wadleigh Island, Wadleigh Rock, The Witnesses,