Crater Lake by Kristin Gates. John Hilman first named Crater Lake “Deep Blue Lake” This was changed to its current name in 1896 by John Sutton William Steel worked with congress to establish this area as a national park Crater Lake was established as a national park on May 22, 1902
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by Kristin Gates
Klamath Indians believed what is today Crater Lake was the Battle Grounds between Llao the chief of the below world who lived in Mazama’s interior, and Skell, the Chief of the Above World who lived in Mt. Shasta in northern California
(This eruption is said to be 42 times stronger than the 1980 Mt. St Helen’s shown here)