flows SW through Takanis Lake to Takanis Bay, on SW coast of Yakobi I. 23 mi. NW of Chicagof, Alex. Arch.
Name reported in 1942 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) (Reed and others, 1947, pl. 9).
Bertha Bay, Bingham Cove, Canoe Cove, Constantine Cove, Davison Bay, Deer Harbor, Greentop Harbor, Hoktaheen Cove, Ilin Bay, Islas Bay, Little Bay, Lost Cove, Lumber Cove, Mirror Harbor, Mite Cove, Porcupine Bay, Soapstone Cove, Squid Bay, Stag Bay, Surge Bay, Takanis Bay, West Arm Mirror Harbor, Zhilo Cove,
Point Partennoi, Point Razbitie, Point Satchrun, Point Shultz, Point Simonds, Point Theodore, Point Urey, Point Weigle, Point Dougherty, Althorp Peninsula, Cape Bingham, Cape Cross, Cape Dearborn, Column Point, False Point, Rock Point, Soapstone Point, South Point, Takanis Peninsula,
Beric Island, Cormorant Island, Esther Island, Fairway Rock, Fleming Island, Gauntlet Island, Grace Island, Greentop Island, Gull Rock, Hill Island, Junction Island, Kinky Island, Middle Island, Mindalina Island, Miner Island, Mite Island, Pluma Island, Post Island, Skinner Island, Snag Island, Sushilna Island, Tentree Island, Threenob Rock, White Crag Island, Winifred Island, Yakobi Island, Yakobi Rock,