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

Clickable Map of Garfield 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> Garfield County, WA (4) Asotin County, WA (10) Columbia County, WA (19) Whitman County, WA (2) Wallowa County, OR (20)  GarfieldCounty(4) Garfield County (4)  AsotinCounty(10) Asotin County (10)  ColumbiaCounty(19) Columbia County (19)  WhitmanCounty(2) Whitman County (2)  WallowaCountyOregon(20) Wallowa County (20)
Pomeroy is the county seat for Garfield County
Adjacent to Garfield County, Washington
      Asotin County (10)  
      Columbia County (19)  
      Whitman County (2)  
      Wallowa County, Oregon (20)  
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1 Washington, Garfield County, Pomeroy — "the Soil is extreamly fertile"
"great quantities of the qualmish" After breaking camp on May 4, 1806, a cold and disagreeable morning, the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed 'Alpáha (Alpowa) Summit, just north of here. The explorers noticed the rich soil of . . . Map (db m159274) HM
2 Washington, Garfield County, Pomeroy — Ancient Crossroads
"the road leaves the creek" You can see where two timeworn trails once intersected here. The trail descending the hillside (Photo B) crossed the Patáha Creek valley trail, and then continued up the hill to the northeast (across . . . Map (db m159254) HM
3 Washington, Garfield County, Pomeroy — Garfield County GAR Monument
[Front] Erected by Garfield County Roster of Deceased Comrades Collins, Michael • Garrett, David - Co. E, 134 Ill. In. • Hand, Cyrenus - Co. C, 47 Ill. In. • Ryan, Thomas - Co. I.N.Y.H.A. • Spedden, Col. R.R. - 40 Mo. • Conwell, . . . Map (db m197093) WM
4 Washington, Garfield County, Pomeroy — Lewis and Clark Expedition
Early in May, 1806, Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, with a 30-man party and 23 pack horses passed eastward through this roadless area after wintering near the ocean at the western terminus - Fort Clatsop. They were short of food, horses . . . Map (db m159255) HM
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May. 30, 2023