July 23, 2014
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1881: In this early photo of the Spokane Falls, a few shacks stand along the banks of a free-flowing river as it splashes through what would become downtown Spokane.
Nov. 5, 2012 in City on Page A5
The first white man approached the site of present-day Spokane around 1807, but natives had been gathering at the thundering falls of the river for centuries. The ancestors of our …
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