on N shore of Whitewater Bay, on W coast of Admiralty I., Alex. Arch.
Tlingit Indian village reported as "Neltuschk-an," meaning "town on outside of point," in 1885 by Aurel Krause. It was called "Scutskon" by Ivan Petroff in the 10th Census in 1880. In 1880 the population was 246, "but subsequently they moved to Killisnoo" (Hodge, 1910, p. 11). The Bureau of American Ethnology (BAE) recorded the name as "Naltuck-an."
Point Lull, Point Turbot, Point Wilson, Point Caution, Black Point, Bluff Point, Cabin Point, Deer Point, Distant Point, East Point, Flag Point, House Point, Rocky Point, Rocky Point, Point Samuel, Sand Point, Shelter Point, Village Point, Woody Point,