Yakima County is the second largest county by area in the U.S. state of Washington. It
is named after the Yakama tribe of Native Americans. In the 2010 census, its population was 243,231. The county
seat is Yakima, which is also its largest city.
The county is also the location of the Yakima Native American Reservation, the 15th largest reservation in America,
comprising 36% of the county's total area. Its largest city is Toppenish.
Water from this well is used
for household and stock.
Yakima County, Washington.
Yakima County was formed out of Ferguson County (defunct) on January 21, 1865. Ferguson County been created from
Walla Walla County on January 23, 1863.
The highest point in the county is Mount Adams, which is the second tallest peak in Washington and the third tallest
in the entire Cascade Range
[These facts are from wikipedia]
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