Shasta, Mount
geographical name mountain 14,162 feet (4316 meters) N California in Cascade Range; an isolated volcanic cone

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  • Shasta,Mount — Shasta, Mount A volcanic peak, 4,319.4 m (14,162 ft) high, of the Cascade Range in northern California. Discovered in 1827, it has hot sulfurous springs near the summit. * * * …   Universalium

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