noun, plural Klam·aths, (especially collectively) Klam·ath.
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In the United States, the Klamath and Snake Rivers are recognized as having rights by the Yurok and Nez Perce Tribes, respectively.Humans Have Rights and So Should Nature - Issue 94: Evolving|Grant Wilson|January 6, 2021|Nautilus
Van de Water just received such a grant for a proposed burn in the Klamath region.
I understand you are the person handling this Klamath situation, and I have some questions.
On the Klamath National Forest some years ago about 900 acres were treated for insect infestation.Our National Forests|Richard H. Douai Boerker
Fremont moved around Lake Klamath until nearly opposite where his command had been attacked.The Life of Kit Carson|Edward S. Ellis
In 1846 he explored for a southern route into Willamette valley, and thence led emigrants south of Klamath Lake.
Klamath River is described in Farnham's Travels, our volume xxix, p. 46, note 56.
The Indians avoided Klamath Lake because it was haunted by a monster that was half dragon, half hippopotamus.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete|Charles M. Skinner