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Drawing of Old Fort Walla Walla at Wallula Gateway at
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acres activity agricultural American approximately arrived Astoria banks became boundary British brought building built bushels California Captain Cascade Catholic cattle Cayuse Chinook cities claims Clark coast Columbia River company's Congress Cowlitz decade early East eastern Washington economic emigrants established expedition explorations farm fish fur trade George gold Governor Hudson's Bay Company hundred Idaho increased Indians industry Inland Empire land later Legislature Lewis logs McLoughlin miles mills mission missionaries natives Nez Perces Nisqually Nootka North West Company Northern Pacific Olympia Oregon country Oregon Territory Oregon Trail organized overland Pacific Northwest party period pioneers plants political population Port possession potatoes Puget Sound railroad Rocky Mountains route salmon Seattle settlement settlers ship Spokane Stevens Tacoma tion transportation treaty tribes United Vancouver wagon Walla Walla Washington Territory wheat Whitman Willamette River Willamette River valley Wyeth Yakima