Clem, Oregon

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Clem is an unincorporated community in Gilliam County, Oregon, United States, at an elevation of 1,903 feet (580 m).[1] It was named for Clemens Augustus Danneman, who was born in Germany, came to Oregon in 1879, and owned a ranch in Gilliam County. The Clem post office was open between November 1884 and April 1937.[2][3] Clem "also was a station on the Condon branch of the Union Pacific Railroad."[2] Now, Clem is on Oregon Route 19 about 4 miles (6.4 km) southeast of Mikkalo.

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Coordinates: 45°25′16″N 120°12′12″W / 45.4212409°N 120.2033713°W / 45.4212409; -120.2033713