In 1889, a fire destroyed the downtown area, but like a forest after a fire, the town enjoyed growth and resurgence soon after. Spokane would attract people as diverse as Pres. Theodore Roosevelt, Calamity Jane, Billy Sunday, and Charles Lindbergh. Easterners found that its four seasons and profusion of scenic city parks gave them a place to ensure their destiny.
Join the Authors for a Book Signing!
7619 North Division Street, Spokane WA 99208
When: Saturday, November 23rd, 2013; 11:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m.
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Author Don Popejoy is the sheriff of the Westerner’s Spokane Corral and teaches Pacific Northwest history, Lewis and Clark history, American history, and geology for Spokane Community College. He majored in U.S. history and Pacific Northwest history at Whitman College and Eastern Washington University. Author Penny Hutten has written Images of America: Forestville and is the winner of the Editor’s Award for Historic Scholarship from the Sonoma County Historical Society. She is currently deputy for the Westerner’s Spokane Corral.
by Don Popejoy and Penny Hutten
Images of America Series
128 pages/ softcover
Published: November 15, 2010