Frenchtown was a historical Pacific Northwest settlement established by Métis and French Canadian fur traders. It was located in Walla Walla County, Washington, United States. Originally called "le village des Canadiens", it became known as "Frenchtown" by later settlers similar to other settlements such as Frenchtown, Montana. It has also been referred to as "Walla Walla Frenchtown", This Pacific Northwest historical place has become legally recognized through a registered historical foundation. After most French Canadian and Métis residents were expelled in 1855, the area was largely resettled by Americans and the community closest to it was renamed to Lowden in 1915. More information...

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