OBITUARIES

Find the information you need from the Library’s records of more than 100,000 regional obituaries, with recent records dating back to 2008, and additional records dating back to the early 1900s. 

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This search will return the person’s name, the publication the obituary appeared in, and the publication’s date and page.

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The History of Liberty Park

The Liberty Park Neighborhood (as East Central was originally known) was developed in the 1890s as one of Spokane’s earliest streetcar neighborhoods. In 1897, wealthy mining magnate F. Lewis Clark donated a

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

FAMILYSEARCH.ORG

A database from the LDS Church providing birth, marriage, and death records, and U.S. Census records. 

PATCHEN OBITUARY FILES

A free obituary index from Spokane papers between 1940-1979 compiled by Lee Patchen.

SPOKESMAN REVIEW OBITUARIES

Search recent obituaries directly from The Spokesman-Review. 

WASHINGTON STATE DIGITAL ARCHIVES

State and local archives with naturalization, U.S. Census, birth, marriage, death, military, and institution records. 

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