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Ferry County Information
February 21, 1899
County Seat: Republic
Largest city: Republic
was named after Elisha P. Ferry, the
state's first governor.
Ferry County was created out of
Stevens County on February 21, 1899.
Most of the county is covered by the
rugged Kettle River Range, which
extends from the Canadian border at
the north, all the way to its
southernmost perimeter bounded by the
Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt.
Only a narrow north–south strip
running the length of the county on
the west between the San Poil River
and the Okanogan County line is
covered by the Okanogan Highland.
Except for the town of Republic, the
county is very sparsely populated.
Knob Hill Mine and Mill,
Republic, Washington, c. 1928
by Sandra Davis
Cities and Towns
Census- Designated Communities
-- Boyds -- Covada -- Curlew --
Danville -- Dulwich -- Goldstake
Harter -- Impach -- Karamin -- Keller
-- Kewa -- Laurier -- Malo
Meteor -- Orient -- Pollard -- Torboy
-- Toroda -- West Fork
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