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Wheeler County Courthouse, Fossil, OR
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Built in 1901, the historic Wheeler County Courthouse sits on Adams Street in Fossil, Oregon. It’s a fine June Saturday and a neighbor mows his lawn as clouds drift overhead. As of 2010, the population of Wheeler County was 1,441. The county’s seat is Fossil, population 468. The county is known for having the largest deposits of fossils in the state, and was named in honor of an early settler, Henry H. Wheeler, who owned a farm near Mitchell.
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