Month: September 2018

  The southeastern-most county in Washington State, Asotin County came into being in 1883 when the eastern portion of Garfield County was partitioned.  With an area of 636 square miles, the County is one of the smaller of Washington’s thirty-nine

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    Named for Presbyterian Missionary Marcus Whitman, killed by the Cayuse Indians in 1847, Whitman County was formed with land taken from Stevens County in 1871.  In 1883, Whitman County gave up land to form Adams, Franklin and Lincoln

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