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  • Hyperbolic Parabolic

    A forgotten gem, Spokane’s St. Charles Church features rare design and masterful artwork
      This weekend, Spokane is the host city for the annual conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Included among the sites to be toured by preservationists from all over the nation is
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  • Empire-Building

    How a desperate journey to Rome in 1885 created Gonzaga, G Prep and the Spokane we know today.
      Against his better judgment, Cataldo was in Fiesole, Italy — far from the many, many obligations pressing for his time back in the fledgling settlement of Spokane.
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  • Lewis & Clark Nov. 24-30, 1805

      On the tenth day of their stay at Station Camp on the northern shore of the Columbia River, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark asked themselves this question: What now? They had reached the Pacific Ocean by traveling the Missouri and
  • Lewis & Clark Nov. 17-23, 1805

      Between Nov. 8 and 15, 1805, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark measured their forward progress along the estuary of the Columbia River not by miles but by sheer effort. Eight days of struggle against the elements -- a river current t
  • Lewis & Clark Nov. 10-16, 1805

      Tempestuous weather at the mouth of the Columbia River marooned the Lewis and Clark Expedition in a makeshift camp for two days in November 1805. Fortunately, on Nov. 10, the wind and waves subsided, so the expedition members loaded
  • Lewis & Clark Nov. 3-9, 1805

      The behavior of the Columbia River changed abruptly at Beacon Rock. In disbelief, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark watched the river on which they had logged 183 turbulent miles suddenly turn docile. Clark recognized that the Corps
  • Lewis & Clark Oct. 27-Nov 2, 1805

      On Oct. 22-26, 1805, navigating the Columbia River had been exceedingly difficult for the members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Three major obstructions in the river -- Celilo Falls, the Short Narrows, and the Long Narrows -- test
  • Lewis & Clark Oct. 20-26, 1805

      The Corps of Discovery seldom lacked for company during their journey down the Columbia River. As they awoke on the morning of Oct. 20, for example, approximately 200 Umatilla Indians greeted the explorers at their camp near modern B
  • Lewis & Clark Oct. 6-12, 1805

      As William Clark had hoped, the five dugout canoes constructed by his men near present-day Orofino, Idaho, entered the Clearwater River on the evening of Oct. 6, 1805. In the morning, the canoes were loaded and launched.
  • Lewis & Clark Sept. 22-28, 1805

      On Sept. 22, 1805, Meriwether Lewis and the bulk of the Corps of Discovery walked off the Lolo Trail and into the same Nez Perce camp of 18 lodges on Weippe Prairie that had given food and shelter to William Clark and his six hunters
  • Lewis & Clark Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1805

      Men Sick as usial, all The men that are able to [be] at work, at the Canoes." Clark's summary of conditions at Canoe Camp on Sept. 29, 1805 may be awkwardly phrased, but it is, nevertheless, an accurate statement. Ever since their ar
  • Lewis & Clark Sept. 8-15, 1805

      Moving north along the Bitterroot River in presentday Montana, the men of the Lewis and Clark Expedition felt uneasy. It wasn't the rain and hail, or even the unpredictable success of the hunters. For a time, there was an unfounded c
  • Lewis & Clark--Aug. 18-24

      Meriwether Lewis deserved a celebration on his birthday. For the past 10 days -- ever since he and three trusted men had set out on an independent command from the rest of the Corps of Discovery on the morning of Aug. 9, 1805 -- Lewis
  • People of the Century

    The most important Inlander Northwesterners of the past 100 years
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