August 1, 2015
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Dec. 27, 1940: Market Street has always been the arterial of Hillyard, which grew up around James J. Hill’s massive railroad yard.
May 6, 2013 in City on Page A5
In 1892, James J. Hill, the architect and president of the Great Northern Railroad, arrived in Spokane. He told a newspaper reporter: “I am coming here to get your business …
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