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On such a beautiful and dramatic weather day, Mount Baker certainly deserves the native title of Koma Kulshan.
In 1853 Theodor Winthrop came to visit the Lummi people on August 14th and 15th. He wrote, "Kulshan is an irregular, massive, mound-shaped peak, worthy to stand a white emblem of perpetual peace between us and our brother Britons. The northern regions of Whulge [Puget Sound] and Vancouver Island have Kulshan upon their horizon. They saw it blaze the winter before this journey of mine; for there is fire beneath the Cascades, red war suppressed where the peaks, symbols of truce, stand in resplendent quiet." In her 1926 book History of Whatcom County. Roth wrote: "The Lummis maintain that a long, long time ago the great spirit, "Sochhalee Tyee," became angry with the mountain and punished it by shooting it with fire from heaven, making a great wound that bled, burned, and smoked."
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