Mount Baker wasn't the first European name for Kulshan

At the end of the 18th century, the British and Spanish competed to chart the Pacific Northwest (because colonialism).Spanish and British Explorations of the Pacific Northwest and the Nootka Sound Controversy, 1774-1789. The Text Message. Greg Bradsher (2017-10-05). Manuel Quimper’s expedition actually saw Mount Baker two years before Vancouver's did, and named it La gran montaña del Carmelo.Plano del Estrecho de Fuca reconocido por el Alferez de Navio de la Rl. Armada Dn. Manuel Quimper: en la Espedición que hizo con la Balandra de S.M. de su mando nobrada la Princesa Rl. en el año de 1790. University of Washington Libraries Government Publications Section. Gonzalo López de Haro (1873). Perhaps if the Nootka Crisis been resolved differently we'd be calling it Monte Carmelo instead.