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Seat Of The Thunder God

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
May
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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"Trembling niountain, " a massive pile oí peculiarly arranged rocks lying on Rogue river, almost directly north of Montreal, was known to the Indians by a cornbination of words signifying "seat of the tbunder god. "According to their traditions, the thunder god tormerly used a broad and deep indentation on its suramit as a seat, and that thereiu he would sitfor throedays inspring, se ven in summer, five in autumn and two in winter. They also believed that during the time he was present great chasrus would open in the side of the ruountain, froin ■wbich öre would stream for hours without ceasiug. Nothiug is kuowu coucerning the early history of the mountain, but it is thought that the legend refers to old time volcanic aotion, au opinión strengthuned by its eeoeraphioal nanio of "Trembling uiountain. "-

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News