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County Profiles

Pend Oreille County Profile

Pend Oreille County Outline Pend Oreille County, in the Okanogan Highland Valley, is located in the northeast corner of the state. The county was named by a French trapper who discovered an Indian tribe in the area wearing dangling earring pendants, and therefore named it after these devices. Pend Oreille was established as a county on November 11, 1911.

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Historical Profile

1965 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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