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Camp Washington

Take a 17-mile loop to Camp Washington Monument, erected in 1908, that marks the historic Colville–Walla Walla Road and the site of Camp Washington, where Isaac I. Stevens, first Territorial governor, made his first camp in the Territory.

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After a storm of protests by historians, it was moved to the present site in 1928, located off Coulee-Hite Road on the north side between Ladd and Gray Roads. Camp Washington was at the east end of Four Mound Prairie, at the Forks of Coulee Creek, northwest of the site of Spokane. It was established and occupied from October 17 to 30, 1853, by Isaac I. Stevens, first territorial governor...

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