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- elevation  2,890 ft (881 m)
- elevation  10 ft (3 m)
Basin area  530.9 km²
Source  Kalama Spring
- location  near Kalama
- average  1,219 cu ft/s (35 m/s)
Mouth  Columbia River
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- location  Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

Kalama river springers


The Kalama River is a 45-mile (72 km) tributary of the Columbia River, in the U.S. state of Washington. It flows entirely within Cowlitz County, Washington. Calama River is an old variant name.

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The river is named for John Kalama, a Hawaiian employee of the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) and a Kanaka who made a living making containers for the salted salmon exported by the HBC. He drowned in the river.

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Course

The Kalama River originates in the Cascade Range just south of Mount St. Helens. It flows generally west, joining the Columbia River near Kalama, 73 miles (117 km) upstream of the larger river's mouth on the Pacific Ocean.

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Kalama River 2 acres on KALAMA RIVER FLY FISHERMAN39S DREAM

References

Kalama River Wikipedia