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Friends of Spokane House (FOSH) is a nonprofit 501-c3 organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of the early fur trade activities that shaped the Euro and Native American history of the Inland Northwest.

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FOSH was started in 1986 by a group of fur trade history enthusiasts who began putting on an annual living history encampment for the public, on the grounds where the Spokane House fur trading post once stood.

Throughout the year FOSH members volunteer their time and expertise to give fur trade history presentations at various historic sites and to local school students. FOSH works with Riverside State Park staff to coordinate school field trips and our annual living history encampment. If you are interested in a field trip to Spokane House or a presentation by FOSH members at your event please contact us.