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Mount Adams subject of Saturday history forum

Early U.S. Forest Service Ranger Art Jones stands at The Pinnacle on Mt. Adams with the summit in the background.  In the late 1920s Jones backpacked materials, including a woodstove, to the summit.  He built a lookout cabin which he manned for several years.  Old and new photos of Mt. Adams will be featured in a program by Hood River photographer Darryl Lloyd at the Original Wasco County Courthouse in The Dalles Saturday, Feb. 21, at 1:30 p.m.	
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Early U.S. Forest Service Ranger Art Jones stands at The Pinnacle on Mt. Adams with the summit in the background. In the late 1920s Jones backpacked materials, including a woodstove, to the summit. He built a lookout cabin which he manned for several years. Old and new photos of Mt. Adams will be featured in a program by Hood River photographer Darryl Lloyd at the Original Wasco County Courthouse in The Dalles Saturday, Feb. 21, at 1:30 p.m. Contributed photo



“Time and Change on Mount Adams” is the title of the Regional History Forum presentation Saturday, Feb...

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