Spokane Interpretive Center


The Spokane House Interpretive Center tells the story of  Spokane House, an historic fur trade era trading post fort,
the earliest permanent non-Indian settlement in Washington State. It’s also
about the lives of the Spokane Indians who lived here and the first European
people to meet them and live among them. The Spokane House post was home to
several fur trappers and traders for many years, and it was a poignant symbol of
cultural commerce, cooperation, and the changes coming to the region.

About Linda Miller Sheets

Linda is a retired Realtor/Instructor in the state of Washington. The love of community and people has opened the door to seeing her surroundings with a freshness not shared by everyone. Hopefully, this collection of everyday places, events and people will bring joy to others! Her husband, Everett will participate in the "hunt" for just the right captured moment in the beautiful Northwest.
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