Sherman County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Moro|
|Founded:|| February 25, 1889|
General William Techumseh Sherman of Civil War fame,is for whom the
County was named. The county is bordered by the Columbia River on the
north, Gilliam County on the east and Wasco County on the west and south.
County is an agricultural county with no industry. It has a larger
percentage of its acreage under cultivation than any county in Oregon.
Wheat and barley are grown on most of the farms in the County.
of the county’s proximity to the John Day and Columbia Rivers,
Recreation abounds in the form of water-skiing, wind-surfing, boating,
fishing and rafting.
Cities and Towns in the County
|De Moss Springs||Klondike||Monkland||Rutledge|
|Grass Valley|| || || |
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