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History and Demographics of Grays Harbor County

Originally created out of Lewis County in 1854 and named Chehalis County, Grays Harbor County received its present-day name on June 9, 1915. It is named after Grays Harbor, a large bay to its southwest. Its largest city is Aberdeen, birthplace of the American band, Nirvana. According to recent census data, just over 75,000 people live in Grays Harbor County. Almost 10% of them are veterans of the U.S. armed forces. Prior to European settlement, the Quinault Tribe and several other indigenus tribes lived along the Pacific coast of Grays Harbor. Today, the Quinault Tribe operates a casino and resort in Ocean Shores.

Grays Harbor County Waterfront April 20, 2024
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