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Washington office of USDA-NASS

County Profiles



Clark County Profile

Clark County Outline Clark County, with its lower Columbia River bottom and benchlands, and forested Cascade foothills, is located on the border of southwestern Washington. The county was named after the U.S. Army Officer, Captain William Clark, whose expedition descended the Columbia River in November 1805. The area was organized into Clark County by the Oregon Territorial government in 1850.



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Historical Profile

1956 bulletin from the County Agricultural Data Series created by NASS, then known as the Crop and Livestock Reporting Service. Links are to different chapters within the bulletin and are in Adobe PDF format.

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