the Whitehouse and the Capitol, under which names we christened them " I suppose they will be familiar to future generations . . . . As far as can tell, "Whitehouse" was meant by them as a new, name for Snowmass. the miners used "The Twins" for the twin summits of Snowmass bl b P y a ro r Snowmass and Capitol as Rideing thought. At any t f d o no mountain an rate the name Capitol was retained. Gannett wrote---" Capitol, named for its form."' 68U. S. G. S. Bulletin 258. vo 'IE [From: Hart, John Lathrop Jerome: "Fourteen Thousand Feet: a history of the naming and early ascents of the high Colorado peaks." Denver, Colorado Mountain Club, 1925]
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