Delorme County, New Carnaby
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|Delorme County, New Carnaby|
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Delorme County is a rural county located in the F.S. state of New Carnaby. As of the 2010 census, the population was 94,528. The county seat is Endeavor. The county was formed in the 1800s and named in honor of Maxime T DeLorme, a soldier and diplomat who lead one of the first expeditions to chart the region.
Delorme County was established in 1810 with land taken from surrounding counties and was formerly organised in 1823.
Endeavor developed in the mid-1800s along an important transport route from central to northern New Carnaby and gave it's name to the Endeavor Railroad that carried coal and lumber to the eastern Federal States. It became the official county seat in 1882, replacing Ristellburg.
Among its famous residents include Dr Emil Johan Koski, a natural scientist and theologian who fled religious persecution to settle in Ristellburg in 1805.
According to the F.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1583.48 square miles (4101.20 km²). Notable physical features include the Clements River and the Millamish River.
The county has a population of 94,528. There are three types of incorporated municipalities: cities, boroughs and townships. The following cities, boroughs and townships are located in Delorme County.
- Endeavor (County Seat)
- Lekanash Valley
- Van Steyn
National Protected Area
Tamomache Mountain National Historic Park