“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Benton County, Washington

Clickable Map of Benton County, Washington and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Benton County, WA (3) Franklin County, WA (8) Grant County, WA (16) Klickitat County, WA (21) Walla Walla County, WA (33) Yakima County, WA (21) Morrow County, OR (3) Umatilla County, OR (69)  BentonCounty(3) Benton County (3)  FranklinCounty(8) Franklin County (8)  GrantCounty(16) Grant County (16)  KlickitatCounty(21) Klickitat County (21)  WallaWallaCounty(33) Walla Walla County (33)  YakimaCounty(21) Yakima County (21)  MorrowCountyOregon(3) Morrow County (3)  UmatillaCounty(69) Umatilla County (69)
Prosser is the county seat for Benton County
Adjacent to Benton County, Washington
      Franklin County (8)  
      Grant County (16)  
      Klickitat County (21)  
      Walla Walla County (33)  
      Yakima County (21)  
      Morrow County, Oregon (3)  
      Umatilla County, Oregon (69)  
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1 Washington, Benton County, Plymouth — Strangers "from the clouds"
"I gave my hand to them all and made signs of my friendly disposition" On October 19, 1805, William Clark and three men traveling ahead of the rest of the party arrived at a Umatilla village near here. Upon seeing Clark, the villagers . . . Map (db m158634) HM
2 Washington, Benton County, Prosser — Benton County Courthouse
Under the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, this property possesses exceptional value in illustrating American History and Culture Entered in the National Register of Historic Places December 12, 1976 by U.S. Department . . . Map (db m129388) HM
3 Washington, Benton County, Prosser — The Golden Rule Store1901–1996
Founded by Mr. Fred Long in 1901 as the Kash Savin Stor. Moved in 1909 to this Sixth and Meade building constructed in 1904 by E.W.R. Taylor. Renamed The Golden Rule Store between 1910 and 1912. Mr. T. B. Sampson was employed by the Kash Savin . . . Map (db m129390) HM
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Jun. 5, 2023