By Kenneth S. and Preston P.
The Name of this Historical marker is mount Baker. The city is Glacier and the county is Whatcom. The type of marker is a state marker, and the year of event was 1750-1800 (Precisely 1792). The cultural groups contributing to this marker are Native American and English. This marker tells about Early Settlement, Exploration and Lumber/Forestry.
The teacher of our class is Mr. Collier. We go to Harmony Elementary School in the District of Mount Baker.
If you have never gone to Mount Baker and you never plan to this is what the marker says.
Inscription on marker:
The clearing crest of Mount Baker impressive Northern Buttress (A protecting structure, generally of stone or brick built against a wall to support or reinforce something.) of the Cascade Range, rises skyward to the lofty elevation of 10,750 feet.
Its Indian name is “KULSHAN” means steep lieutenant Joseph Baker, Vancouver’s valiant officer, sighted the snowy eminence from far out toward the sea on April 30, 1792 and the captain of expedition named it in his honor.