noun, plural Klam·aths, (especially collectively) Klam·ath.
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I understand you are the person handling this Klamath situation, and I have some questions.
Klamath flour-mill is now under way, and will grind the growing crops.
When I surrendered I expected to be pardoned, and to live with my people on Klamath land.
It is used to some extent in medicine, and the Klamath Indians make a tea from the leaves.Flowers of Mountain and Plain|Edith S. Clements
The mining is chiefly in shallow placers, in deep and narrow ravines, and on bars of the Klamath River.Hittel on Gold Mines and Mining|John S. Hittell
The commissioners again offered him a home on any part of Klamath Reservation that was unoccupied.