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File:1890 Clohessy and Strengele engraving of Mount St Helens.jpg

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Detail from engraving of Portland, Oregon, with Mount St. Helens in background. A "Bird's-eye-view" of Portland, Oregon in 1890. Original lithograph shows Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, and Mount Hood, with the Columbia River and the Willamette River. Reference #75694939.

Date 1890, San Francisco
Source Library of Congress American Memories Website via The Volcanoes of Lewis and Clark: Mount St. Helens, Washington, (accessed 15 Nov 2006)
Author Created by Clohessy & Strengele
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