Westerners Spokane CORRAL 

Upper images are courtesy of  the Northwest Room . The lower images are courtesy of the Stan Wills and the video from the Nostalgia Magazine Collection. 

The purpose of the Westerners Spokane Corral is to bring together in warm fellowship men and women who have a common interest in Pacific Northwest history. The Westerners meets the third Thursday of every month, except July and August. Westerners encourage historical research,  popularize western lore , history through publication, awards and preservation of archival records, documents and other evidence of the Pacific Northwest.

​ Call Sheriff  Dick Jensen (509) 747-1335. Send mail to:  The Westerners Spokane, P.O. Box 1717, Spokane, WA 99210 for more information.  We meet the third Thursday of every month, except July and August.  Meeting time is 5:30PM for dinner and 7:00PM for the speaker at the Airport Holiday Inn, 1616 South Windsor Drive, Spokane.

To order your copy of "Historic Wallace, Idaho"  click on this website.  ​http://www.tornadocreekpublications.com

Stan Wills

September 21 2017, Stan Wills, will be presenting "The Daughters of the American Revolution, The Son's of the American Revolution, and The War of 1812 Society."

Stan Wills is currently the President of a Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, the Registrar of the War of 1812 Society, a member of the Former Texas Rangers, member of the Sons of the Republic of Texas, he is also a member of Sons of Confederacy, a member of the Friends of the Spokane House, a member of Inland Northwest Wildlife Council, and finally a member of the Submarine Veterans of America, as he served 20 years in Submarines on the USS Lewis & Clark.

Please join us at the Airport Holiday Inn, 1616 S. Windsor Drive Spokane, Washington 99224. Contact Pat Holien by
September 18th, for reservations. Pat's email is patholien@comcast.net and phone number is 509-951-2090




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Sharing PACIFIC Northwest HISTORY

Westerners Speakers Team
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Est. 1955