The Spokane River Basin 

The source is Lake Coeurdalene, and the mouth is the Columbia River. The main tributaries are the Little Spokane River, then Hangman or Latah creek, then Chamokane creek, then Blue creek. Chamokane is a boundary of the Spokane Indian Reservation and it has a waterfall. Where the Little Spokane River meets the Spokane River is where David Thompson built the Spokane House. Its goods received were transported down river to the Columbia to be picked up there. Long Lake Dam forms the Lake called Long Lake and there is another dam downstream of it called the Little Falls dam.