Susie Van Kirk

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Wooley Camp and Baldwin-Fowler Cabin were associated with prominent men who were very influencial in the affairs of California, the United States and internationally. They included a university president; university professors and researchers; men involved in international food relief programs; physicians, a railroad president; a Secretary of the Interior; and a Secretary of Commerce, later President of the United States. It was during the administration of this President that the Marble Mountain Primitive Area was established. The names and lives of these men would require far more space and time than allowed for this report, but, without question, this landscape was associated with the lives of persons significant in our past.

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Klamath National Forest (Calif. and Or.)--History


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