The American Cyclopædia (1879)/Graham
GRAHAM. I. An extreme W. county of North Carolina, formed since the census of 1870 from Cherokee co., bounded N. E. by the Tennessee river, and separated from Tennessee by the Iron mountains; area, about 300 sq. m. The surface is mountainous; the soil of the valleys is fertile. Capital, Fort Montgomery. II. A N. W. unsettled county of Kansas; area, 900 sq. m. It is intersected by the South fork of Solomon river, and drained by Saline river.