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Historical Markers in Whitman County, Washington

 
Clickable Map of Whitman County, Washington and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Whitman County, WA (2) Adams County, WA (0) Asotin County, WA (10) Columbia County, WA (20) Franklin County, WA (8) Garfield County, WA (4) Lincoln County, WA (4) Spokane County, WA (43) Benewah County, ID (18) Latah County, ID (6) Nez Perce County, ID (54)  WhitmanCounty(2) Whitman County (2)  AdamsCounty(0) Adams County (0)  AsotinCounty(10) Asotin County (10)  ColumbiaCounty(20) Columbia County (20)  FranklinCounty(8) Franklin County (8)  GarfieldCounty(4) Garfield County (4)  LincolnCounty(4) Lincoln County (4)  SpokaneCounty(43) Spokane County (43)  BenewahCountyIdaho(18) Benewah County (18)  LatahCounty(6) Latah County (6)  NezPerceCounty(54) Nez Perce County (54)
Colfax is the county seat for Whitman County
Adjacent to Whitman County, Washington
      Adams County (0)  
      Asotin County (10)  
      Columbia County (20)  
      Franklin County (8)  
      Garfield County (4)  
      Lincoln County (4)  
      Spokane County (43)  
      Benewah County, Idaho (18)  
      Latah County, Idaho (6)  
      Nez Perce County, Idaho (54)  
 
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1 Washington, Whitman County, Colton — Colton
Famous for its annual Christmas Lights Celebration, Colton is well situated as a bedroom community between Pullman and Clarkston. Descendants of some of its early German settlers continue to farm wheat, garbanzo beans, peas, barley, and . . . Map (db m129097) HM
2 Washington, Whitman County, Steptoe — 31 — Steptoe ButteThe Evergreen State
This butte was first called Pyramid Peak. It was named “Steptoe” for a commander in the Indian wars at a battle in 1858 near the present town of Rosalia. In the 1880s James S. Davis built a resort and observatory on the Butte’s top. A . . . Map (db m129095) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Mar. 1, 2024