People used the mountain's resources both today and in the past. Native American Indians used the stone, rhyolite, to make tools, European settlers used the trees for timber, charcoal making, and the land for farming. People continue to use the mountain today for rejuvenation and recreation. Explore the people of the mountain and then continue with the Stories to discover pieces of our heritage.
Did You Know?
Pileated Woodpeckers are the 2nd largest woodpecker in North America. Male has a red ‘moustache’ and the female has a black 'moustache'. Lifespan in the wild can be 8-12 years. The pileated is the only member of the woodpecker family that drills an oval-shaped hole.