“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Crater Lake, Oregon

Clickable Map of Klamath County, Oregon and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Klamath County, OR (96) Deschutes County, OR (64) Douglas County, OR (30) Jackson County, OR (115) Lake County, OR (38) Lane County, OR (86) Modoc County, CA (44) Siskiyou County, CA (167)  KlamathCounty(96) Klamath County (96)  DeschutesCounty(64) Deschutes County (64)  DouglasCounty(30) Douglas County (30)  JacksonCounty(115) Jackson County (115)  LakeCounty(38) Lake County (38)  LaneCounty(86) Lane County (86)  ModocCountyCalifornia(44) Modoc County (44)  SiskiyouCounty(167) Siskiyou County (167)
Klamath Falls is the county seat for Klamath County
Crater Lake is in Klamath County
      Klamath County (96)  
      Deschutes County (64)  
      Douglas County (30)  
      Jackson County (115)  
      Lake County (38)  
      Lane County (86)  
      Modoc County, California (44)  
      Siskiyou County, California (167)  
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1 Oregon, Klamath County, Crater Lake — After the CollapseMount Mazama — Crater Lake National Park —
About 6,800 years ago, at the climax of a series of dramatic eruptions, the top of Mt. Mazama collapsed. Left behind was the huge crater, or caldera, you see today. But before the caldera filled with water, there were more eruptions. The . . . Map (db m63122) HM
2 Oregon, Klamath County, Crater Lake — Before the CollapseMount Mazama — Crater Lake National Park —
When Mt. Mazama collapsed about 6,800 years ago, it left behind evidences of its former self. Like X-ray photos the steep caldera walls reveal the interior of Mt. Mazama before its fall. From this point several pre-collapse volcanic features can be . . . Map (db m63119) HM
3 Oregon, Klamath County, Crater Lake — Glacial ValleysCrater Lake National Park
The collapsed volcano that now holds Crater Lake once stood more than a mile (1.6 km) above the present lake level. Called Mt. Mazama, this massive mountain of overlapping cones was high enough to support a cap of snow all year. During the Ice Age, . . . Map (db m62081) HM
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Jul. 21, 2024