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Mar 31, 2021

[Answer] Which of these U.S. mountains once belonged to Russia?

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...1. Grand Teton 2. Pikes Peak 3. Mount Denali 4. Mount Shasta




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Mount Denali - At 20,310 feet in elevation, Mount Denali’s is North America’s highest peak. The mountain sits on soil that was claimed by Russia in the 18th century, but Russia’s grand plans for the region fizzled out — and in 1867, Russia sold Alaska to the United States for $7.2 million. At least nine indigenous groups have had unique names for the mountain — “Denali” comes from the Koyukon language and means “the tall one.” During the 20th century (and beyond), the mountain was named Mount McKinley, after a gold prospector who admired President William McKinley used the name in a New York Sun article. McKinley, however, had no connection to the place. The name Denali was restored in 2015, after years of efforts led by Alaskan native groups and politicians.:


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