flows E to El Capitan Passage, on NE coast of Kosciusko I., Alex. Arch.
Tlingit Indian name "adopted by the fisheries" and reported in 1897 by Lieutenant Commander J. F. Moser, U.S. Navy (USN), as "Tok-Hehe Creek" and in 1901 as "Tok-Hene Creek." This name is from the words "Tok" and "Lin" meaning "Tok River." See Tokeen.
Buster Bay, California Bay, Clam Cove, Cyrus Cove, Davidson Inlet, Devilfish Bay, Kahli Cove, Red Bay, Rocky Bay, Rocky Cove, Salmon Bay, Sandy Bight, Sarheen Cove, Sarkar Cove, Tokeen Bay, Tokeen Cove, Tunga Inlet,
Bell Island, Brockman Island, Burnt Island, Clam Island, Danger Island, Dead Island, Dove Island, El Capitan Island, Flat Island, Flat Island, Fontaine Island, Graveyard Island, Hub Rock, Kassan Islands, Keski Island, Knob Island, Mabel Island, Marble Island, North Island, Orr Island, Range Islet, Rookery Islands, Rookery Islands, Round Island, San Island, Sangao Island, Scott Island, Scow Island, Singa Island, Spanberg Island, Teal Island, Tenass Island, Twin Islands, White Cliff Island,
Big Creek, Big Creek, Buster Creek, Camp Creek, Charcoal Creek, Creek Number 1, Creek Number 2, Creek Number 3, Creek Number 4, Creek Number Four, Creek Number One, Creek Number Three, Creek Number Two, Duck Creek, Exchange Creek, Fisher Creek, Goose Creek, Lava Creek, Little Creek, Marble Creek, Mud Creek, Narrow Creek, Pine Creek, Pine Creek, Red Bay Creek, Salmon Creek, Salmon Creek, Sarkar Creek, Shakan Creek, Shine Creek, Short Creek, Squaw Creek, Strait Creek, Sutter Creek, Tokhini Creek,