Rosalia is a town in Whitman County, Washington, United States. Take a look below for 10 awesome and fun facts about Rosalia, Washington, United States.
1. It is an agricultural community in the Palouse region, at an elevation of 2238 feet (682 m) above sea level.
2. Its population was 550 at the 2010 census.
3. Rosalia was the site of an 1858 Battle of Pine Creek between United States troops, including Nez Perce allies, under Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Edward Steptoe, and members of the Coeur d’Alene, Palus and Spokane Native American tribes.
4. Rosalia was founded in 1870 by T.J. Favorite, who named it for his wife.
5. Rosalia was officially incorporated on March 23, 1894.
6. Outdoor scenes for the 1992 film Toys were filmed in the Palouse region of the eastern part of the state, near Rosalia.
7. Rosalia School District Awarded Best School National Award 2006.
8. Many of the scenes from the 1999 drama “The Basket”, starring Peter Coyote, were filmed in and around Rosalia, Washington.
9. The striking images of rolling yellow wheat fields are unmistakable and an iconic symbol of life in the small town of Rosalia.
10. Rosalia’s climate is classified as a dry-summer humid continental climate (Dsb) according to the Köppen climate classification.