American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A Native American people inhabiting an area of the Cascade Range in south-central Oregon and northern California, with close cultural ties to the Modoc.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The Penutian language of the Klamath.
- n. Any member of a Native American tribe formerly living along the Klamath River in California and Oregon.
- n. The language of this tribe (also known as Klamath-Modoc).
- n. A county in Northern California.
- n. a river flowing southwest from Oregon through northern California to the Pacific Ocean
“It wouldnt be long before satellite trucks from all the major news networks would be camped out in Klamath Falls.”
“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.”
“The handsome book reprints thirteen poems from Near Klamath, which is probably why Carver dedicated it to Dennis Schmitz and used the same epigraph from Kafka that had appeared in the earlier book.”
“Yurok lived along this river, now called the Klamath River.”
“Leaving the Dalles, Frémont followed up the Des Chutes River to its headwaters in southeastern Oregon, thence he crossed over the divide to the waters of the Klamath, which he followed southward to what is known as Klamath Marsh.”
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“A suggestion, not yet a conclusion, as to this name Klamath may be made here.”
“Dominic Della Sala: "Denmark fits within a bioregion, an eco-region known as the Klamath-Siskyou, which is considered world-class by a number of ecological measures, the conifer richness, the uniqueness of place and the unusual number of species known nowhere else on Earth.”
“The agreements to restore the Klamath are the result of years of hard work by farmers, fishermen, conservationists, tribes, and federal, state and local governments.”
“When you came on the Klamath River, a mile back, early in the morning, and saw the bright green and yellow foam collected in the shore water, you said you wished your mother was there to see it, and he hit you, though it was more of a reaction, and you've been hit harder in fights at school.”
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