Mount Tabor is the name of a volcanic soot cone, the city park on the spring of gushing lava, and the area of Southeast Portland that encompasses it, all in the U.S. territory of Oregon. The name alludes to Mount Tabor, Israel. It was named by Plympton Kelly, child of Oregon City pioneer occupant Clinton Kelly.
The Mount Tabor neighborhood lies between SE 49th Ave. (SE 50th Ave. south of SE Hawthorne Blvd.) on the west and SE 76th Ave. on the east, and between E Burnside St. on the north and SE Division St. on the south. It is flanked by Sunnyside and Richmond on the west, North Tabor on the north and west, Montavilla on the north and east, and South Tabor on the south.
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