Inyo County, California

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Hello, welcome to the site for Inyo County. This site is filled with the basic info and history of Inyo County.  If you need any obit look ups or any other research done for Inyo County send me a email. I am more then willing to help you with any type of research in Inyo County. I have full access to the files in the different  libaraies in the towns. Just email me at travelingtocal@aol.com. When you email me your request please give me your snail mail address. I am very old fashion with the info I find for people. I prefer to mail it to people. I will not charge you for postage and copies.

Just a basic side note during the summer months June, July, and August I am able to get stuff done for your quicker. As school session sets in I am still willing to take requests but will take a little more time to get back to you. So please be patient and thank you!!!

* If your looking for any type of vital records such as birth, death, divorce, and marriage. I am willing to get them for you but I will charge you for the cost of getting them. Vital records here cost $21 for death record, $25 for birth record, $15 for marriage and divorce. If you would like a vital record just send me a email.

-Michelle





           


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A Brief History of Inyo County
Inyo County is a county on the east side of the Sierra Nevada and southeast of Yosemite National Park in the eastern-central part of the U.S. state of California. Inyo County includes the Owens River Valley; it is flanked to the west by the Sierra Mountains and to the east by the White Mountains and the Inyo Mountains.Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the Continental United States, is on Inyo County's western border (with Tulare County). The Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park, the lowest place in North America, is in eastern Inyo County. The two points are not visible from each other, but both can be observed from the Panamint Range on the west side of Death Valley, above the Panamint Valley.The county seat is Independence. In 2010, Inyo County had a population of 18,546. [Data from the Wiki]

History which includes the Native Americans of Inyo County

 

Inyo County Neighbors

In California: Fresno, Kern, Mono, San Bernardino & Tulare Counties

In Nevada: Nye & Esmeralda Counties

"The Fine Print"

The CAGW Administrative Team:
State Coordinator: Martha A Crosley Graham
Assistant State Coordinators: Claire Martin, Joy Fisher & Jeannette Harper
Online Continuously since 1996

 All materials, images, sounds and data contained herein are not to be copied or downloaded for purposes of duplication, distribution, or publishing without the express written permission of The Inyo County Coordinator. Any and all future data which is contributed to this project will be returned to the donor upon request.

This web page is maintained on behalf of the California portion of The USGenWeb Project and is paid for by supporters.  Although believed to be correct as presented, if you have corrections, changes, additions, or find that any links provided on this page are not functioning properly, please contact the webmaster for prompt attention to the matter.


Site Updated: 06 March 2016

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