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Palouse

This 32-mile trip takes you to two waypoints, one of which is the historically rich town of Palouse, once a farming and trade center with many pioneer-era buildings still a part of the community.

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The third-largest city in Whitman County, this was the commercial hub of the North Palouse River valley. The stream, which runs through the center of the town, is bordered by several blocks of one-story and two-story business buildings, and warehouses, industrial plants, and the railroad tracks. Wide paved streets lead to pleasant residential districts on the slopes of the hills that crowd down upon the town. In the course of...

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Palouse Main Street Historic District

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Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

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F Street Bridge

Mile: 17