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FERRY COUNTY WASHINGTON
USGENWEB PROJECT

Ferry CountyFerry County, Washington, was created from Stevens County on February 8, 1899. Republic is the county seat. Ferry County encompasses 2,313 square miles, the ninth biggest county in the state. It extends from the international boundary line with Canada, on the north, to the Columbia River on the south, and from the Columbia and Kettle Rivers on the east, to Okanogan County on the west. The United States census of 1900 gave Ferry County a population of 4,562; by 1903 this had increased to 4,646. In 1990, the population was 6,295. The 1998 Washington State Yearbook gave the county an estimated population of 7,300.

FIND FERRY COUNTY NAMES

   SURNAME SEARCH ENGINES - now you can search ALL Washington State GenWeb pages!
   NAME INDEX to Kettle River History Club's two volume history
   FERRY COUNTY BIOGRAPHIES
   1904 COUNTY HISTORY - Every-name Index
   1900 CENSUS SURNAME INDEX - ("families" only)
   1910 CENSUS SURNAME INDEX - (incomplete)
   1920 CENSUS SURNAME INDEX - alpha-sort

 

QUERIES on the FERRY COUNTY MESSAGE BOARD on ROOTSWEB

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FERRY COUNTY LOCALITIES
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  ONLINE MAPS OF FERRY COUNTY - coming soon!

FERRY COUNTY HISTORY

   HISTORY OF FERRY COUNTY - a transcription
   ONLINE RECORDS
   FERRY COUNTY PHOTOS
   FERRY COUNTY RESOURCES - societies, churches, more
OTHER RESOURCES
   SUBSCRIBE to the FERRY COUNTY MAILING LIST
   SEARCH the FERRY COUNTY GENWEB ARCHIVES
  LINKS to other online resources - coming soon


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This county page was updated on Sunday, 04-Mar-2007 16:30:22 MST


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