Established in 1880 as Camp Spokane, this U. S. Army post insured relative peace between nearby Indian reservations and the increasing number of settlers to the south. The post was transferred to the Indian Bureau in 1899 and for the next 30 years . . . — — Map (db m196840) HM
Fort Spokane was the last Western frontier fort built in the Pacific Northwest. From 1880 to 1898 the fort helped to maintain order and enforce U.S. government reservation policies.
In 1900 the fort became an Indian Boarding School. Native . . . — — Map (db m196832) HM
This area was a U.S. Army fort from 1880-1898 and became an Indian boarding school from 1900-1907. Then the fort served as a hospital and offices before being abandoned in 1929.
Explore the area, take a hike, come to the visitor center, and learn . . . — — Map (db m196837) HM
Mary Queen of Heaven Parish
The holy sacrifice of the mass was first celebrated in a mission chapel just east of this site.
Mary Queen of Heaven Parish was established and a church was erected on this site.
This . . . — — Map (db m113546) HM