Mount Doane
Name:Mount Doane
Origin Of Name:Mount in Yellowstone Park, named for Lieut. Gustavus C. Doane, United States Army, who commanded the military escort of an expedition in 1870. (Gannett, 1905) Mountain, altitude 10,500 feet, Yellowstone National Park, ... . Named by the Washburn party, 1870, for Lieut. G. C. Doane, commander of the military escort of this expedition, who made the first official report upon the wonders of the Yellowstone region. (Decisions, 1930)
Other Names:Cairn Peak, Doane Peak
Feature Category:Land Features; Yellowstone National Park
Alternate SpellingsMt. Doane
Document ID:11140803

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