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History and Tidbits

Klamath county was created from west part of Lake County 17 October 1882. Named for a tribe of Native Americans living in the area at the time the first white explorers entered the region, the Klamaths.

The county seat is Klamath Falls.

County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Klamath County Court House as of August 2006.

Cities

Bonzana | Chiloquin | Gilchrist | Klamath Falls | Malin | Merrill

Unincorporated Communities

Algoma | Altamont | Barkley | Beatty | Bedfield | Bly | Chase | Chemult | Clover Station | Crescent | Crystal | Dairy | Fairhaven | Falcon Heights | Fort Klamath | Hager | Hatfield | Haynesville | Henley | Hildebrand | Hot Springs | Keno | Kirk | Klamath Agency | Lake of the Woods | Langell Valley | Lorella | Malone | Merganser | Midland | Modoc Point | Odell Lake | Olene | Pelican City | Pine Grove | Plevna | Pokegama | Potter Mill | Recreation | Rocky {oint | Shady Pine | Sprague River | Stewart Lenox | Terminal City | Tule Lake | West Klamath | White Lake City | Worden | Yonna

Neighboring Counties

Deschutes | Douglas | Jackson | Lake | Lane | California counties: Modoc | Siskiyou

Resources

Biographies

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Church Records

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Trivia Tidbits: Little biographic bits associated with the names of non-population localities.

Genealogy Websites

The Klamath County GenWeb Project part of The ORGenWeb Project, a state project affiliated with The USGenWeb Project


 

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