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Asotin and the Snake River

Asotin is in Palouse Region of Washington State.

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The name Asotin is derived from a Nez Perce language term meaning "eel creek". It was founded in 1878 by Alexander Sumpster. It is part of the Lewiston, ID–WA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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  • Asotin County Museum, 215 Filmore St, +1-509-243-4659. Exhibits about the county's history, including examples of various kinds of buildings, such as a schoolhouse and Nez Perce tepee.

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Routes through Asotin
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