Explore a Bygone Era
Programs held at
Spokane Valley Library
12004 E Main Ave
First Wednesday of
the month at 6pm
Whether history buff or inquisitive local, the Northwest Heritage Alliance Forum’s speaker series brings to you a variety of topics on the history and culture of the Spokane Valley.
Presented by the
Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
Spokane Valley History, Chapter 1
The story of our area began here in the Valley, before there was a Spokane!
SPEAKER: Jayne Singleton, Director, Spokane Valley Heritage Museum
Eastern Washington Archives
Learn about using the WA State archives database.
SPEAKER: Tracy Rebstock, Digital Access Archivist
Accessing History Electronically
How to use today’s technology in your personal history search.
SPEAKER: Dr. Larry Cebula, EWU History Professor
This Valley was our Homeland
Historic events and stories passed down for generations of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Indians.
SPEAKER: Frank Sijohn, Coeur d’Alene Tribe
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