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Founded in 1909
Following an election on May 22, 1909, Harmon County was created by proclamation
of Governor Lee Cruce on June 2. Carved from adjacent Greer County, the new county was named in honor of Judson
Harmon, who was Governor of Ohio at the time
In population, Harmon County is the second smallest county in Oklahoma, only Cimarron
County, according to the 2000 census, having fewer inhabitants.
Cities and Towns
* Gould * Hollis * Vinson (unincorporated)
The county seat is Hollis
Harmon County Online Data
* Beckham County (north)
* Greer County (northeast)
* Jackson County (southeast)
* Hardeman County,
* Childress County,
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