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The Washington Territorial Legislature created Chehalis County on April 26, 1854. Chehalis is an Indian word meaning “Shifting Sand.” The county was renamed on March 15, 1915 to Grays Harbor County in honor of Captain Robert Gray.
There are 9,077 names listed on this census.
For information about this census, email the Washington State Archives Southwest Regional Branch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Database: 1894 Grays Harbor County Census. ONLINE 2010. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed by Stan Staniforth, Bellevue, WA, Peggy Booth, Seattle, WA, Marlene Stakkeland, Royal City, WA, Patti Coughlin, Castle Rock, WA. Proofreading by Eunice Duncan, Bothell, WA, Joshua Matthews, Olympia,WA, Ann Stroupe, Federal Way, WA, Joyce Ogden, Olympia, WA,