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John H. Mitchell

John Mitchell was an Oregon senator (1877-1883)

A diatom found in Crater Lake, Stephanodiscus hantzschii; photo courtesy of Stan Geiger

Thomas H. Tongue

Thomas Tongue was an Oregon republican Congressman elected in 1897.

Theodore Roosevelt

Roosevelt signed the legislation that gave Crater lake it's national park status.

Joseph N. Dolph

Joseph Dolph (1835-1897) was an Oregon Republican Senator (1883-1895).

John Breckenridge Waldo

John Waldo (1845-1907) was another prominent figure involved in the establishment of Crater Lake National Park.

Mark O. Hatfield

Mark Hatfield was an Oregon Republican Senator (1967-1997) who was involved in several Crater Lake National Park issues.

 

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Charles W. Fulton

 

William McKinley

 

Robert Packwood

 

 

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