National Geographic : 1905 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 132 North Head ; cape, the northern point of Aku tan Island, eastern Aleutians, Alaska (not Sigak) * Old Baldy ; peak in the Santa. Rita Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona (not Baldy, Mt Wrightson, nor Santa Rita). Queneska ; island in Shelburne town, off Shel burne Point, in Lake Champlain, Vermont (not Hog, Whites, nor White's). Reed ; post-office and railroad station, Hender son County, Kentucky (not Reads). Rillito; creek, four miles north of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona (not Rita). Rollins; pass, over Front Range (Continental Divide), latitude 39056/, Boulder and Grand counties, Colorado (not Boulder nor Rog ers). Rootok; island near west end of Aratanak Island, Krenitzitn group, eastern Aleu tians, Alaska (not Aektok nor Rootak).* Salmon; creek, tributary from the north to Okanogan River, Okanogan County,Wash ington (not Conconully, Concunully, nor White Salmon). San Antonio; creek or river emptying into the Pacific Ocean three miles north of Purisima Point, Santa Barbara County, California (not Jesus Maria River, Guay mas River, nor Los Alamos). Simon; pond, town of Altamont, Franklin County, New York (not Simons, Big Si mon, Big Simons, Simonds, nor Big Si monds). Sinlahekin; creek, tributary from the south to Palmer Lake, Okanogan County,Wash ington (not Sinlehekin, Sinlahekim,War ing-Sinlehegan, Waring, Toudes Could, nor Sinlahegan). Sunset; island, Colchester town, in Lake Champlain, Vermont (not Hog Back). Valdez; glacier, narrows, port, summit, and town, Prince William Sound, Alaska (not Valdes).* Vance; creek, tributary from north to Bear Creek, Clear Creek County, Colorado (not Little Bear). Whalebone; cape between Usof and Three Island bays, on south coast of Unalaska, Alaska. January 4, 1905 Bergenfield ; borough, post-office, and railroad station, Bergen County, New Jersey (not Bergenfields nor Bergen Fields). Bruster; town and post-office on the Columbia River,Okanogan County,Washington (not Brewster). Chiliwist ; creek, tributary from the northwest to the Okanogan River, Okanogan County, Washington (not Chilliwist, Chiliwhist, Chilliwhist, nor Chilowist). Revision of previous decision. Ecorse; river, township, post-office, and rail road station, Wayne County, Michigan (not Ecorce, River aux Ecorces, nor Ecorces). Esty; glen, north of Ithaca, New York (not Estey). Factory ; creek in Wayne and Lawrence Coun ties, Tennessee (not Factory's, Factor's, nor Factors). False Bottom; creek in Lawrence and Butte Counties, South Dakota(not Falsebottom). Indian ; creek in Wayne and Hardin Counties, Tennessee (not Reinness, Reinse's, nor Reinses). Kougarok; river tributary to the Kuzitrin River, mountain, mining district, and min ing town, Seward Peninsula, Alaska (not Kugruk, Kongrock, Kougrok, Kugrock, nor Kugruk City). Kugruk ; river, flowing into Kotzebue Sound, just east of Cape Deceit, Alaska (not Swan). Kugrupaga; river, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, flowing into the Arctic Ocean, at longi tude 166° 45^ (not Kugruk nor Koogrook). Loup Loup; creek, tributary to the Okanogan River, near Malott, Okanogan County, Washington (not Loop Loop, Loop-Loop, nor Looploop). Palisades ; township, Bergen County, New Jersey (not Palisade). Rogers; island in Hudson River, Columbia County, New York (not Rodgers). Wannacut; lake, Okanogan County, Wash ington, T. 39 N., R. 26 E. (not Wauna kee, Wennacut, Wonacot, Wannacott, Wanicot, Wanacott, Wannicutt, nor Wan nicut). Weatherford; creek, Wayne County, Tennes see (not Rutherford, Rutherford's, nor Rutherfords). February 1, 1905 Belleview ; township,Washington County, Mis souri (not Belview, Bellview, or Bellevue). Chilicotal; spring and mountain, Brewster County, Texas (not Chili Corte, Chili Cortal, nor Chili Cotel). East Branch Chenango River ; stream, branch of Chenango River, in Oneida, Madison, and Chenango Counties, New York (not East Chenango River nor Chenango Creek). Kennyetto; creek, Fulton County, New York (not Kenneto). Mount Vernon; post-office and town, Hills boro County, New Hampshire (not Mt Vernon nor Mont Vernon). San Cristobal; lake, Hinsdale County, Colo rado (not San Christobal, San Cristoval, nor San Cristopal). Staser; post-office and railroad station, Van derburg County, Indiana (not Stacer, Sta cers, nor Stasers).