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DEM of Mount Shasta from the south, overlaid with USGS Topographic Map
USGS data processed by Linda Freeman (3DEM)
Glaciers of Mount Shasta
Portion of Mt. Shasta, California 1986 Provisional Edition USGS 7.5 minute topographic map
Segment of USGS map from Everitt Memorial Highway to Horse Camp
TopoScout version of Mt. Shasta, California 1986 Provisional Edition USGS 7.5 minute topographic map
Segment of USGS map from Horse Camp to Helen Lake
TopoScout version of Mt. Shasta, California 1986 Provisional Edition USGS 7.5 minute topographic map
Segment of USGS map from Helen Lake to Red Banks
TopoScout version of Mt. Shasta, California 1986 Provisional Edition USGS 7.5 minute topographic map
Segment of USGS map from Red Banks to Summit
TopoScout version of Mt. Shasta, California 1986 Provisional Edition USGS 7.5 minute topographic map
Mountain Glaciation: Part of Shasta, California
United States Geological Survey, 1907
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Topographic Map and View of Mount Shasta, Cal.
United States Geological Survey, 1908
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Glaciers of Mount Shasta
Upper portion of USGS topographic map
Courtesy of McCloud Fly Fishing Club
Fifth Annual Report Plate XLIV
United States Geological Survey, 1883
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Mount Shasta and Vicinity
United States Forest Service McCloud Ranger District
Portion of United States Geolgical Survey map of Shasta (Notice that Black Butte is named Sugar Loaf)
USGS Edition of Sept. 1894, reprinted 1919
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Portion of United States Geolgical Survey map of Shasta, Calif. (Notice that Black Butte is named Wintoon Butte)
USGS Edition of Sept. 1894, reprinted 1934
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Yreka and Mt. Shasta, Siskiyou County, California
Library of Congress American Memory Collection
Shasta-Trinity National Forest map
USFS data processed by Annette Sun
Geologic and Topographic Map of the Shasta Route
United States Geological Survey, 1915
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Mt. Shasta and Vicinity
USGS map from Rider's California
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Cascade Range Volcanoes
By Lynn Topinka, United States Geological Survey 1997
Mount Shasta and Vicinity
By Lynn Topinka, United States Geological Survey 1997
Pyroclastic Flow and Lateral Blast Hazard Zones on Mount Shasta
United States Geological Survey 1987
Lava Flow Hazard Zones on Mount Shasta
United States Geological Survey 1987
Tephra Hazard Zones from Mount Shasta in Northern California
United States Geological Survey 1987
Shasta Tribal Territory
SOURCE
Map showing the location and subdivisions of the Shasta and surrounding tribes
By Roland B. Dixen, 1907
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
County Map of California, 1867
By S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr.
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Segment of California map
Published by J.H. Colton, 1855
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Northern California circa 1888-1892
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
The Californias (Notice Mt. Shasta is called Mt. Jackson)
By T.J. Farnham, 1845
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Territory of Oregon (Notice Mt Shasty, now called Mount McLoughlin, is in Oregon and Pit Mountain, now Mount Shasta, is in California)
By Washington Hood, 1838
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Segment of map of British North America (Notice Mt Shasty, now called Mount McLoughlin, is in Oregon and Mount Shasta is unnamed)
By J. Arrowsmith, 1834
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
1844 Map of Oregon
From D. Lee and J.H. Frost in Ten Years in Oregon
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Segment of Map of Oregon Territory (Notice Mt Shasty, now called Mount McLoughlin, is in Oregon south of another mountain named Mt. McLoughlin, and Mount Shasta is unnamed)
By Samuel Parker, 1838
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Territory of Oregon and High California
By Hall J. Kelley, 1834-1835
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Cosmic Gas Belts of California
By James Churchward in Cosmic Forces as they were taught in Mu relating to the Earth, Volume 2
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Cosmic Gas Belts of the World by James Churchward in Cosmic Forces as they were taught in Mu relating to the Earth, Volume 2
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
Linguistic Groups of California and Their Families by Alfred Kroeber in Handbook of the Indians of California
Courtesy of College of the Siskiyous Mount Shasta Collection
California Tribal Linguistic Groups
Map from the California Library Indian Collections
Map showing location of Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park
Map from the Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park
Downhill Trail Map of the Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park, 2000-2001
Map from the Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park
Nordic Trail Map of the Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park
Map from the Mount Shasta Board & Ski Park

 

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