- Fort Walla Walla
- Hudson's Bay Company post, on Columbia River.Index: D Distributing point for Snake River country, 7.
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Walla Walla (tribe) — Walla Walla (IPAEng|ˌwɑləˈwɑlə, or approximately WALL uh WALL uh , and meaning many rivers fact|date=August 2007) is a Native American group from the northwestern United States.Many Walla Walla live on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla… … Wikipedia
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