In Ferry County of Washington state of USA, Republic is a city with the population of 1,073 according to the 2010 evaluation, a 13.5% increase over the 2000 Census. It is the county seat of Ferry County. Republic was established by gold miners in the late nineteenth century. Philip Creasor platted a townsite to be named Eureka. Another strike was made close-by on Granite Creek.
The Great Republic guarantee, found by Thomas Ryan and Philip Creasor on March 5, 1896, was the most astounding maker of gold. By 1900 the settlement was blasting. A Post office was built up however postal experts dismissed the name Eureka on the grounds that there was at that point a town by that name in Clark County, Washington. The citizens at that point chose to respect the Great Republic mining claim by proposing the name Republic. This name was accepted and the settlement was incorporated as a city on May 22, 1900.