Cape Lieskof is a physical feature (cape) in Aleutians East Borough.
|Feature Name:||Cape Lieskof|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||On the N coast of the Alaska Peninsula, 5 mi. N of Black Hills, 30 mi NE of Moffet Point, Bristol Bay Low.|
|History:||Named by Captain Lutke (1836, p. 261), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN) for Lieutenant Arcadie Lieskof, Imperial Russian Navy (IRN), a member of his party on his voyage around the world from 1826-29. This point was called "M(ys) Yskova" or "Lyskova Cape" by the Russian Hydrographic Dept. (1847, chart 1379) and Captain Tebenkov (1852, pat 24), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN). The name "Garfield" was applied to this feature by U.S. Bureau of Fisheries (USBF) in 1888.|
|Borough:||Aleutians East Borough|
Note that you do not have the right to enter private property without the owner's permission. You do have a right to access goverment property that is open to the general public. The GNIS Feature Detail Report for Cape Lieskof does not include property ownership information.