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The discovery of this center of volcanic eruption, the core of what has since been called the dissected volcano of Crandall Basin (Iddings, 1893b), was one of those delightful experiences which happen occasionally in the lifetime of an explorer in any field of research. It was more delightful than the finding of the volcano core at Electric Peak had been two years before, because that had been anticipated in a measure by the discovery of a specimen of diorite in Wright's collection with its suggestion of what was to follow. The finding of...

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