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Sherman County, created in 1889, is bounded by the Columbia River on the north, the John Day River and Gilliam County on the east, and the Deschutes River, Buck Hollow and Wasco County on the west and south. The area was settled in the 1870s by stockmen, with homesteading under way by 1881. Today, cattle and wheat-growing enterprises continue the agricultural history begun by the settlers of the north central Oregon plains.
Published Names found in Sherman County publications
County Cemetery Lists
Sherman County Historical Museum The new interpretive exhibit Cultivation, Conservation and Clothespins!
CLICK HERE to check out - Index to genealogy files at the Sherman County Historical Museum
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Oregon Secretary of State 50th Anniversary Exhibit
Resources in the County Local repositories - you won't find their information just anywhere!
Neighboring Counties USGenWeb project sites in Oregon and Washington
State-wide Resources Sherman County and more
About Sherman County A little bit of history....
About Oregon A touch of history
Links to Genealogical Sites A small selection that goes everywhere
USGenWeb Archives Searchable
Oregon USGenWeb Project Check out the other 35 counties and state-related resources.
Oregon Trail Links to varied sites, including area interpretive centers
Historic Home of John and Helen Moore Photo of this elegant 1882 Italianate residence in Moro
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