Mt. Denali

James Humes. Which President Killed a Man? Tantalizing Trivia and Fun Facts about Our Chief Executives and First Ladies. New York: MJF Books, 2003.
P 87: For which president is [was] the highest mountain in North America named?
‘Mount McKinley.’
In 1913, Hudson Strick scaled the 20,300-foot mountain in Alaska and named if for the assassinated president, William McKinley. It was dedicated as a national park in 1917. The park is full of glaciers and is host to bear, caribou, and mountain sheep.” [Note: Mt. McKinley was returned to its original name, Mt. Denali, by a presidential act in September 2015.]