Origin Notes and History:
Adopted in the 1st Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 1898, as identified by the International Boundary survey. Boundary Peak # 66.
Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC's Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office
Descriptive of its' position in the elbow-like bend of the Stikine River.
Source: 18th Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 31 March 1924 (supplement to the Annual Report of the Dept of the Interior, 1924, Ottawa)