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September 7 2001 at 11:08 AM
Scott Surgent  (no login)

Response to USGS Info


It is still called the San Francisco Peaks, with Humphreys specifically referring to the highpoint. It's not really a range in the usual sense but one single enormous volcano that erupted thousands of years ago and left what we see today.

The name I am thinking of is probably Navajo as the peak is their traditional western boundary. I will be sure to go to ASU's Noble Library today and find it!

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