National Geographic : 1979 Jul
-WASHINGTON () San Juan Island NHP salutes peace maintained by United States, Great Britain, and Canada since 1872 boundary dispute A ( North Cascades NP: Glaciers, icefalls, waterfalls-wild alpine landscape A 1 AN ® Ross Lake NRA: This mountain-ringed reservoir and the Skagit River bisect North Cascades NP ® Lake Chelan NRA: Stehekin Valley's fjordlike lake adjoins North Cascades NP -A f 1 ' . AL ) Coulee Dam NRA features 130-mile-long Franklin Delano Roosevelt Lake A Al ~.E ) Olympic NP: Spectacular scenery-mountains, rain forest, and seashore ( Klondike Gold Rush NHP: Traces history of prospectors embarking from the West Coast for Alaska goldfields in 1898 6 ® Mount Rainier NP: Glaciers flank ancient volcano above vast fields of high mountain flowers ® Fort Vancouver NHS was western headquarters of fur trading Hudson's Bay Company, 1825-60 @ Whitman Mission NHS: Established by Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Whitman to care for the Indians A -OREGON SFort Clatsop N MEM marks winter camp of Lewis and Clark, 1805-06 A @ John Day Fossil Beds NM preserves plant and animal forms millions of years old & *Ni @ Crater Lake NP: Multicolored lava walls of collapsed Mount Mazama encircle cobalt blue lake @ Oregon Caves NM: Water carved passages wind through marble bedrock tf a - CALIFORNIA 6 Redwood NP nurtures ancient trees, the world's tallest A 4 1 @ Lava Beds NM: A labyrinth of volcanic chasms, this natural fortress protected braves in the Modoc Indian War, 1872 &A 4. @ Whiskeytown NRA attracts backcountry and water-sports enthusiasts A If A 1 IE,A @ Lassen Volcanic NP surrounds most recently active volcano (1914-21) in contiguous U. S. $SQA.I4A- Forgreaterdetail, see Close-Up: U.S.A. 31i maps in March 1973 andJune 1974 issues. O KILOMETERS 200 0 STATUTE MILES 200 Producedin the National GeographicArt Division byLeo Zebarthwith Snejinka Stefanoff. Researched and compiledby PatriciaHarrisonwith text by Cynthia Barry. Maps painted by JaimeQuintero.