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"Kelly Mountain: in Dittmar Volcanic Center Lassen vicinity. Kelly Mountain is a deeply eroded andesitic stratovolcano."
"Dittmar Volcanic Center: in the southeastern part of Lassen Volcanic National Park. It had a diameter of approximately 20 kilometers and was centered in the upper Warner Creek Valley, includes Kelly Mountain, Mount Hoffman, Pilot Mountain, and Saddle Mountain. Stratigraphy suggests that the Dittmar volcanic center was active from approximately 2.5 to 1 million years ago."
Geographic Names Information System Feature Detail Report
Feature ID: 262111
Name: Kelly Mountain
Description: Bound on the east by Warner Valley and on the west by Willow Creek, 5.1 km (3.2 mi) east of Sifford Mountain and 6.4 km (4 mi) southwest of Juniper Lake. (US-T121)
Citation: Represents a feature name collected during Phase I. Variant names collected during Phase I are coded as US-M120/var.
Entry Date: 19-Jan-1981
Elevation (ft): 6690
Board on Geographic Names Decisions
Feature Name: Kelly Mountain
Decision Year: 1927
Authority: Board Decision
Decision Type: Official
Coordinates (One point per USGS topographic map containing the feature)
Map Name: Mount Harkness
native american prophetic warning
Within six months, there 's going to be an eruption in the northwest with the volcanoes. Two eruptions within six months.