One school is in operation on the Puyallup reservation, with an attendance of eleven scholars.
As far as I know those were the first hops planted in the Puyallup valley.
A strong military force had penetrated the Indian country—the upper Puyallup valley and beyond.
Its name comes from the fact that it feeds one of the branches of the Puyallup River.
On the 22d, their route lay along the banks of the Upthascap, which is a much wider stream than the Puyallup.
The author first heard of it from a Puyallup boy of Puget sound, Washington.
Towards evening Mr. Swan arrived with twenty-nine Indians of the Puyallup tribe, and reported twenty more on the way.
Especially among the Puyallup reservation tribes is this true.
Again we must start in life, and we moved to a new location, a homestead in the Puyallup valley.
In 1863 they came to Washington, and made their home on a farm in Puyallup Valley.