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Yellepit, WashingtonPhotos, maps and news from Yellepit, Washington.Updated September 25, 2017.

Yellepit is an unincorporated community in Benton County, Washington, United States, located approximately three miles southwest of Wallula on the west bank of the Columbia River.

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The Columbia River - Yellepit, Washington. Image, 2005, Yellepit area, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Yellepit, Washington. Image, 2005, Wallula Gap as seen from Wallula Viewpoint, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Yellepit, Washington. Image, 2005, Yellepit area, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Wallula, Washington. Image, 2005, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Wallula Gap, Washington. Image, 2005, Wallula Gap basalts with Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Twin Sisters, Washington. Penny Postcard, Twin Sisters, Wallula Gap, Washington, ca.1920, click.
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The Columbia River - Spring Gulch, Washington. Image, 2005, Spring Gulch, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Wallula, Washington. Image, 2005, Wallula Gap as seen from Wallula Viewpoint, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Wallula, Washington. Image, 2005, Port of Walla Walla, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Walla Walla River, Washington. Image, 2005, Walla Walla River, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Spring Gulch, Washington. Image, 2003, Port Kelley and Spring Gulch Creek, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Wallula Gap, Washington. Image, 2005, Wallula Gap as seen from Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Yellepit, Washington. Image, 2007, Down the trodden path, St. Helens, Oregon, click.
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The Columbia River - Lake Wallula. Image, 2005, Sailing, Wallula Gap, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Spring Gulch, Washington. Image, 2005, Port Kelley and Spring Gulch Creek, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Spring Gulch, Washington. Image, 2005, Spring Gulch, click to enlarge.
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The Columbia River - Yellepit, Washington. Image, 2007, Down the trodden path, St. Helens, Oregon, click.
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The Columbia River - Wallula, Washington. Image, 2004, Fort Walla Walla sign, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.
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File:Map of Washington highlighting Benton County.svg - Wikipedia. File:Map of Washington highlighting Benton County.svg.
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The Columbia River - McNary National Wildlife Refuge, Washington. Image, 2005, McNary National Wildlife Refuge, Juniper Canyon Unit, click to enlarge.
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Kamiakin (Native American leader) - WikiVisually. The gender makeup of the town was 50. 4% male and 49. 6% female, as of the census of 2000, there were 130 people,65 households, and 39 families residing in ....
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The Columbia River - Twin Sisters, Washington. Penny Postcard, Twin Sisters, Wallula Gap, Washington, ca.1940s, click.
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The Columbia River - "Fort(s) Walla Walla", Washington. Image, 2004, Fort Nez Perce marker, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge.