Walla Walla Washington is not just the city that was home to many of Daffy Duck’s employers in the old Warner Brothers cartoon, it is a small, vibrant city that means “place of many waters” in the local native Americans’ tongue. It is also home to Whitman College, a private 4-year school founded in honor of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman in 1859 as a seminary. In 1882 the seminary became a college and in 1907 the college became non-sectarian. In the midst of the Walla Walla Valley (which boasts 100 wineries), the city has a strong agricultural background. The proud heritage of the city includes Whitman College, whose alumni include many regional politicians and actor Adam West.