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Clues to a Volcanic Past Marker image, Touch for more information
By Duane Hall, September 9, 2010
Clues to a Volcanic Past Marker
Oregon (Crook County), Prineville — Clues to a Volcanic Past
Stein's Pillar, 350 feet high and 120 feet wide, is a modern day clue to this area's ancient past. Around forty-four million years ago, avalanches of hot ash, pumice and volcanic dust flowing from local volcanic centers filled this ancient . . . — Map (db m64448) HM
Oregon (Crook County), Prineville — Crook County Courthouse
Built in 1909 of native stone Dedicated as an Historical Monument July 4, 1963 — Map (db m114270) HM
Oregon (Crook County), Prineville — Prineville Pioneer Memorial
This Memorial was dedicated August 7, 1938 by the Crook County Pioneer Association in grateful remembrance of the heroic early settlers of the Central Oregon Country whose bravery, intelligence and industry blazed the trail . . . — Map (db m114268) HM

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