Ferry boat landing on Prince of Wales Island, 31 km (19 mi) E of Craig.
Local name reported in 1904 by H. C. Fassett, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF). Hollis post office was established in 1901 and discontinued in 1942 (Ricks, 1965, p. 26). The village "started as a mining community after the turn of the century but has now swung to logging. A research center is maintained here by U.S. Orest Service" (Alaska Sportsman, 1962, no. 12, p. 28).
Baronovichs Bay, Clark Bay, Coal Bay, Goose Bay, Harris River Bay, Hollis Anchorage, Karta Bay, Kina Cove, Little Coal Bay, Little Goose Bay, Mills Bay, Polk Inlet, Portage Bay, Thorne Bay, Twelvemile Arm, Twelvemile Arm Kasaan Bay, Twelvemile Bay,
Lake Number Three, Lake Number Three, Angel Lake, Black Bear Lake, Control Lake, Copper Center Lake, Lake Ellen, Foot Lake, Ives Lake, Karta Lake, Kina Lake, Lindeman Lake, Loon Lake, Lake Mary, North Lake, Old Franks Lake, Power Lake, Rock Lake, Salmon Lake, Setter Lake, Water Lake, Wolf Lake,
Andersen Creek, Beaver Creek, Bully Boy Creek, Cabin Creek, Cave Creek, Deer Creek, Dog Salmon Creek, Flagstaff Creek, Gandlay Hanaa, Goose Creek, Halfmile Creek, Indian Creek, Kina Creek, Maybeso Creek, McGilvery Creek, Old Franks Creek, Paul Young Creek, Perry Creek, Polk Creek, Portage Creek, Rock Creek, Twelvemile Creek,