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Multnomah county was created from Clackamas and Washington Counties 22 December 1854. after Native American people first recorded in the journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Mulknomans, who lived in a village on the east side of present-day.

The county seat is Portland.

County Records Inventory listing the records held at the Multnomah County Court House as of September/October 2003.

Cities: Fairview | Gresham | Lake Oswego | Maywood Park | Portland | Troutdale | Wood Village

Unincorporated Communities: Alameda | Albina | Arleta | Barnes Heights | Bertha | Bonneville | Bonny Slope | Bridal Veil | Bridlemile | Brooklyn | Burlingame | Burlington | Capitol Hill | Carson Heights | Corbett | Dodson | Dunthorpe | East Portland | Eastmoreland | Englewood | Errol Heights |Faloma | Folkenberg | Fulton | Gilbert | Glencullen | Green Hills |Hazelwood | Hillsdale | Holbrook | Hollywood | Interlachen | Irvington | Johns Landing | Kellogg Park | Kenton | Kings Heights |Latourell | Laurelhurst | Lents | Linnton | Maplewood | Marquam Hill | Montavilla | Multnomah | North Portland | Orient | Parkrose | Piedmont | Plainview | Pleasant Home | Portland Heights | Powell Valley | Powellhurst | Riverdale | Riverview | Riverwood | Rockwood | Russellville | Saint Johns | Sellwood | South Portland | Springdale | Sylvan | Twelvemile Corner | University Park | Vanport City | Vermont Hills | villa Ridge | Warrendale | West Portland | West Portland Park | Westmoreland | Whitwood Court | Willamette Heights | Woodstock

Genealogy Websites: The Multnomah County GenWeb Project, part of The ORGenWeb Project, a state project affiliated with The USGenWeb Project.

Neighboring Counties: Clackamas | Columbia | Hood River | Washington | Clark, Washington | Skamania, Washington

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