1. a river flowing southwest from Oregon through northern California to the Pacific Ocean
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How To Use Klamath In A Sentence

  • The warriors of Klamath were no easy prey either, for they fought with unparalleled skill, bearing elegant scimitars, falchions and glaives.
  • Poor drainage areas are most notable in the lands underlain by older metamorphic rocks of the Klamath Mountains to the south.
  • Yurok lived along this river, now called the Klamath River. UMAI AND THE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WATER
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  • Indeed, their share of Klamath River water pales when compared to the amount taken by California agribusiness and the chipmakers of Silicon Valley.
  • Slader added that the late Bishop Francis Leipzig sent Hazen to Milwaukee, Wis., for treatment, and after a year assigned him without supervision to a church in Klamath Falls, where he continued to molest boys for 10 years. Judge bars dispersal of church assets in Oregon priest abuse case
  • Lassen Peak, the last of the Cascades in active eruption, rises between the northern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, of which it is locally but wrongly considered a part, and the Klamath Mountains, a spur of the The Book of the National Parks
  • Mr. Lundell, who owns a polygraphy business in nearby Medford, Ore., typically spends three days a week with convicted sex and violence offenders in Klamath Falls. The Polygraph Paradox
  • Ron Reed, Karuk tribal citizen, uses the traditional method of dip-netting for salmon at the Ishi Pishi Falls area on the Klamath River. Undefined
  • Starting in the late 1800s, the land of the Upper Klamath Basin - soft, high valleys sprawling on both sides of the Oregon-California state line - was gridded into 80-acre lots.
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