Sunset Crater is the youngest cinder cone of the San Francisco Volc...

Sunset Crater is the youngest cinder cone of the San Francisco Volc...

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Eruptions between 1064 and 1067 AD produced three lava flows that covered 8 km2 (3 mi2) and a field of scoria and spatter that covers 2300 km2 (890 mi2). Archeological evidence shows that there were communities of people living in the area who were impacted by the eruption.

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