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Baker City is a city and the county seat of Baker County, Oregon. This city was named after its county. The population was 9,860 at the 2000 census.
Although a post office was established on March 27, 1866, Baker City was not incorporated until 1874. The city and county were named in honor of the English-born politician Edward Dickinson Baker. In 1911 the city dropped "City" from its name, but restored it in the late 1980s in recognition of its history and to further encourage tourism.
Baker City hosts many annual festivals including Miners Jubilee, which celebrates the mining history of the area, and the filming of the Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood film, Paint Your Wagon in the town. The Elkhorn Classic bicycle race is also now based out of Baker City and the town also hosts the Oregon Scholastic Activities Association Class 1A girls and boys basketball tournaments every year at Baker High School.
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