Housed in a geothermally heated building, this compendium of community history contains World War II regalia, a 7,700-year-old tree stump entombed by the eruption of Mount Mazama, a diorama of the 1872-73 Modoc War, and an explanation for those who wonder where the town's falls are-after the town changed its name from "Linkville" to "Klamath Falls" in 1893, the 150ft-wide falls in the Link River were ironically submerged by a 1921 dam.
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