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The parcel of Oklahoma land now called Harper County began
with the Cherokee Outlet Opening in 1893; the county itself came from the northwest section of Woodward County
in 1907. It is now surrounded on the north by Clark and Comanche counties in Kansas, Woodward and Woods counties
on the east, Beaver County on the west, and Woodward and Ellis counties to the south.
In 1907 the population reached 8,089 and peaked with 8,189 in 1910.
Cities and Towns
* Buffalo * Doby Springs * Laverne * May * Rosston
Harper County Online Data
* Comanche County, Kansas
* Woods County
* Woodward County
* Ellis County
* Beaver County
* Clark County, Kansas
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