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Spokane River

The Spokane River is a tributary of the Columbia River. It runs 100 miles along the Idaho and Washington borders. It flows through the city of Spokane and serves as irrigation and drinking water there.

Archaeological investigation reveals the presence of human life along the Spokane River area, as far back as 11,400 years ago. The river has served as a vital source of food, transport, power, irrigation and religious significance.

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Spokane Co. - History 101
... building of the fur trading post at Spokane House (where the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers meet) under the direction of David Thompson, explorer for the Canadian's North West Trading Company. With accessibility to the ColumbiaSpokane Rivers meet) under the direction of David Thompson, explorer for the Canadian's North West Trading Company. With accessibility to the Columbia River and ...
http://www.rootsweb.com/~waspokan/history101.html

InsideSpokane.Com - Spokane History
... building of the fur trading post at Spokane House (where the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers meet) under the direction of David Thompson, explorer for the Canadian's North West Trading Company. With accessibility to the ColumbiaSpokane Rivers meet) under the direction of David Thompson, explorer for the Canadian's North West Trading Company. With accessibility to the Columbia River and ...
http://www.insidespokane.com/history.php

Spokane Area Indian History Timeline
1886, First brick house on north side of Spokane River,1886, 1843 W Broadway 1886, Rich Mine development causes development of Spokane from shacks to brick bldgs 1888, Residences begin to be electrified. 1889, Washington territorSpokane River,1886, 1843 W Broadway 1886, Rich Mine development causes development of Spokane from shacks to brick bldgs 1888, Residences begin to be electrified. 1889, Washington territory becomes ...
http://www.spokaneoutdoors.com/timlins.htm

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