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Devils Tower National Monument with golden light raking across its distinctive columnar jointsDevils Tower National MonumentSince its discovery by white explorers, the labeling of Devil's Tower remains at odds with native Americans who knew this landmark as Bear Lodge, or others forms a bear dwelling depending on dialect. They derived the name from the obvious claw marks (formed by the igneous intrusion) as legendary bears tried climbing after children escaping the chase. During this golden hour image, the sun’s warm rays rake across its distinctive columnar joints.
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Devils Tower National Monument serves as a U.S. National Park Service icon. One of many Native American names for the laccolithic geologic structure is Bear Lodge Butte. Teddy Roosevelt established the park as a national monument in 1906 making it our nation’s first.
Devils Tower National Monument with golden light raking across its distinctive columnar jointsDevils Tower National Monument with golden light raking across its distinctive columnar jointsA sunset silhouette of Devils Tower National Monument before the sun sets behind the geologic formation

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