Indian History 

  1. Indian Rock Art
  2. Nature and Survival
  3. American Indian Tribes Map (Northwestern)
  4. Arrowhead Hunter's Primer
  5. Bird Language and Geronimo
  6. Chief Garry Spokane
  7. Chief Garry...last homesite
  8. Chief Joseph speech
  9. Chief Seattle Speech (upon ceding 2million acres)
  10. Coeur d'Alene (Schi'tsu'umsh) Tribe's official site
  11. Columbia Plateau Petroglyphs & Pictographs
  12. Colville Tribes Official Website
  13. Drumheller Springs (site of Chief Garry 2nd school)
  14. Fairmont Historical Hotsprings
  15. George Flett (Spokane native artist: Ledger art)
  16. Gravesite of Chief Garry (Greenwood Cemetery)
  17. Hangman Creek Hangings
  18. Spokane Tribe Website
  19. Horse Slaughter Camp
  20. Horse Sculpture
  21. Horse Thief Lake (She who watches)
  22. Horse (appaloosa)
  23. Hot stones (after feast usage by local tribes)
  24. Ice Cave in Spokane
  25. Idaho Reservations Geneology
  26. Kalispel Words
  27. Kamiakin's Parents (story from different sources)
  28. Kennewick Man
  29. Longhouse frame (Col. Gorge area)
  30. Mammalillaculla Island (coastal Indian culture)
  31. Native American Lore (with great music)
  32. Northwest Coastal Indian History
  33. Paleoindian Definition
  34. Peace Treaty Pine Tree
  35. Photos of Chiefs
  36. Prairie Chicken Dancer
  37. Salmon Smoking Pits
  38. Sasquatch (belief in by local tribes)
  39. Spirit Quest sites on the Columbia Plateau
  40. Spokane Reservation info
  41. Stone tools made by local Indians
  42. Sweetgrass (history and how to grow your own)
  43. 10ft long Sturgeon could be caught on the Columbia
  44. Time Ball
  45. Timeline of History (local)
  46. Tribal Locations: approximately 1800
  47. View across SpokaneRiver from SFCCollege 1886
  48. Yakama Nation Cultural Center

     
  1. Spokane first big battle 1858 May 17
  2. Spokane last big Battlefields 1858 Sep 1-5
  3. Spokane Horse Slaughter Camp 1858 Sep 9
  4. Spokane Hangman Creek History 1858 Sep24


War council at time of Colonel George Wright's retaliation march into the Spokane Indian Country