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Mt. Bolivar summit
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View from the summit of Mt. Bolivar (elev. 4,319'), the highest point in Coos County, Oregon.  The mountain is part of the Wild Rogue Wilderness area.  A summit plaque was given by the country of Venezuela on September 22, 1984 after having the peak named after Simon Bolivar.  It reads:

"The United States was the first to teach us independence."

Simon Bolivar

Jamaica, 1815

From Venezuela to the people of Oregon, 1984.

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Uploaded: 23/06/2014
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