on E coast of Prince of Wales I., at Lyman Anchorage, on Kasaan Peninsula, Alex. Arch.
Name of village site reported in 1904 by H. C. Fassett, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF). The Hadley post office was established here in 1912 and transferred to Ketchikan in 1918 (Ricks, 1965, p. 24). "Hadley is an abandoned settlement * * *. It was the shipping point for mines in the vicinity, which are not now in operation. The wharf is in ruins" (U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1962, p. 57).
Back Chuck, Coal Bay, Forss Cove, Goose Bay, Kasaan Bay, Linney Bay, Little Coal Bay, Little Goose Bay, McKenzie Inlet, Meyers Chuck, Mills Bay, Paul Bight, Polk Inlet, Poor Man Bay, Saltery Cove, Skowl Arm, Smith Cove, Smith Lagoon, Spiral Cove, Tolstoi Bay, Trollers Cove, Windfall Harbor,
Adams Point, Approach Point, Baker Point, Doctor Point, Figgins Point, Giants Head, Grindall Point, Island Point, Kasaan Peninsula, Kasaan Point, Khayyam Point, Lyman Point, Niblack Point, Sawmill Point, Skowl Point, Thorne Head, Thumb Point, Tolstoi Point,
Berry Island, Daisy Island, East Sentinel Island, Grindall Island, High Island, Kasaan Island, Kluanil Island, McKenzie Rock, Meyers Island, Misery Island, Patterson Island, Peacock Island, Pen Island, Round Island, Ship Island, Skowl Island, Streets Island, Three Islands, Tolstoi Island, West Sentinel Island,
Black Bear Creek, Cabin Creek, Hundred Thousand Creek, Linkum Creek, Meyers Stream, Monument Creek, Niblack Hollow, Old Franks Creek, Old Tom Creek, Omar Creek, Poor Man Creek, Spiral Creek, Virginia Creek,