Westerners Speakers Team Is Up and Running!
The Spokane Westerners have a Speakers Team that offers lively and interesting 20-60 minute talks to local community groups.
We can tailor the talk to your group’s needs!
All speakers are published authors with years of experience sharing the history of Spokane and the Inland Northwest.
It's easy to schedule a speaker.
All you need to do is:
Pick a topic from our Presentation List (below).
Contact us to arrange a date and time. (30 – 45 days lead time is good).
Let us know the size of group and the location.
Tell us how much time you have for the presentation. ( 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or more)
Its that simple!
We will get back to you to arrange the details.Need more information? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robbery, Murder, and Rehabilitation – The Unlikely Story of Herbert Franklin Niccolls, Boy Felon
Fur Trading at the Spokane House
Lewis and Clark along the Columbia
The Spokane Indians – Native American Life Before the First Contact with Whites
Early Northwest Missionaries and Some of Their Strange Marriage Practices – 1836-1847
Nell Shipman – Inland Northwest Moviemaking in the 1920s
May Arkwright Hutton – Leading the Fight for Women Getting the Vote
D.C Corbin – A Spokane Founding Father
The Mullan Military Road Through Spokane 1861
The Yellowstone Trail – From Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound
Travel Back to 1918 Spokane
Dashiell Hammett- Famous Mystery Writer Gets His Start in Spokane
Spokane’s Law Enforcement Museum Remembers
Fort Walla Walla and the Inland Northwest
Fort Colville Military Road – 1859-1881