Where did the beaver go ?
The beaver were the first natural resource to be claimed by European expansion. Without beaver, the fur traders would never...Read More
August 20th, 10-12 am: Frenchtown Living History and Fur Trade Artifacts
William McBean was a French Canadian, Scots, métis fur trade man, and one of the earliest settlers at Frenchtown. In...Read More
JULY 23, 10-12 am: Prince’s Cabin Open House
Have you ever peered through the windows of the Prince’s Cabin, wishing you could go inside? Now’s your chance! Frenchtown...Read More
Summer Events 2022
UP NEXT: SAM PAMBRUN JUNE 18 at 10 am Reading Between the Ruts: Historic Trails of the Walla Walla Valley....Read More
June 18, 10-12 am: Sam Pambrun
READING BETWEEN THE RUTS: HISTORIC TRAILS OF THE WALLA WALLA VALLEY. Sometimes old maps don’t tell the truth, but the...Read More
Join us June 18 at the Frenchtown site, 8364 Old Highway 12 at 10 AM for a hands-on presentation on historic roads as a map of competing forces in the Walla Walla region.
We’ll have pictures and maps to share, and Sam’s inexhaustible well of knowledge of local history and the land.