HBT Text Album HBTxt Jim2 1934- ...Txt in OCR prep
• HBT text album in progress. Mother wrote an elaborate record for each of her sons on her experience as a mother. The first of these, for Jim Jr., about a third has been scanned so far. This result can be found at:

http://www.truher.net/gene/HBT/TA/HBTxt-JWT2.doc in MSword format

http://www.truher.net/gene/HBT/TA/HBTxt-JWT2.pdf in Adobe Reader format
• Clarification, 2005m0508. Mother's text album 1 mentions Walula as one of our temporary homes. Did we live in Wallula or Walla Walla? Now I’m really confused as to where we lived! It appears that there is the American Indian people, town, county & river named “Walla Walla” as well as a Wallula Junction some 30 miles west on the Walla Walla river, all in Walla Walla County.

click at left bullet for more from Jim2, below:
• http://llinkwww.ci.walla-walla.wa.us/ says
Incorporated in 1862, a Mayor and six Council members govern the City of Walla Walla.”

http://hometown.aol.com/Gibson0817/wallula.htm  says
“The name Wallula originates from a Walla Walla Indian word meaning "place of many waters."”

http://www.umatilla.nsn.us/index.html  says
Our three bands were brought together on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, established by a Treaty with the US Government in 1855. We were united as a single tribal government in 1949 when our leaders adopted our Constitution and By-laws.
We currently have over 2,446 tribal members. We are a small group of people who continue to care for and live on the land of our ancestors. We are a small group of people who are doing great things for ourselves and our neighbors...

http://www.wwbwc.org/Main_Pages/Projects/Flows/Flows.htm
as you can see the Walla Walla river isn’t much of a river and apparently has been the subject of some disagreement among the folks living in WA and OR.



Primary Data Source: <
http://www.census.gov >
Census 2000     <http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CensusGlossary.cfm >Census Glossary
* Density per square mile of land area.
Wallula, Washington http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CountyDetail.cfm?SCFIPS=53071
Walla Walla County)

Population: 
197
Land Area: 
0.10 miles2
Housing Units: 
64
Water Area: 
0.00 miles2
CDP: 
http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CityCensusData.cfm?StateFIPS=53&PlaceFIPS=75985
Census Data

Total Area: 
0.10 miles2
County: 
<http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CountyCensusData.cfm?SCFIPS=53071 >Census Data
Population Density: 
1,978.53*
State: 
<
http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/statecensusdata.cfm?StateFIPS=53&State=Washington >Census Data
Housing Density: 
642.77*


Primary Data Source: <
http://www.census.gov >Census 2000   <http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CensusGlossary.cfm >Census Glossary
* Density per square mile of land area.
Walla Walla County, Washington (<http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CountySubs2K.cfm?SCFIPS=53071 >5 Subdivisions)
Population: 
55,180
Land Area: 
1,270.51 miles2
Housing Units: 
21,147
Water Area: 
28.74 miles2
County: 
<http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/CountyCensusData.cfm?SCFIPS=53071 >Census Data
Total Area: 
1,299.25 miles2
State: 
<
http://www.HomeTownLocator.com/StateCensusData.cfm?StateFIPS=53&State=Washington >Census Data
Population Density: 
43.43 *


Housing Density: 
16.64 *