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Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Captain Jack's Stronghold in Lava Beds National Monument

Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Captain Jack's Stronghold in Lava Beds National Monument

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Original Caption: A walk through Captain Jack's Stronghold is a unique experience. The spirit of the Modoc people can still be felt. The traditional culture of many people was lost here, yet a modern culture of their descendants still survives. The spirituality of the Modoc culture permeates the whole region and captures the hearts of many visitors, calling them back year after year.

Location: Lava Beds National Monument, California (41.728° N 121.515° W)

Status: Public domain. National Park Service, 1992
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