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During WWI, county war history committees were formed to document the stories of local soldiers. In order to aid the Spokane County War History Committee's work, various lists of men were compiled; some of those lists have survived. While not all of these lists are titled they still provide a glimpse of the men from Spokane County, who served during the war and the efforts put forth by the Committee to preserve their stories. The lists are included with other Committee materials that are held by the Spokane Public Library.
In an effort to continue the work of the War History Committee, the Spokane Public Library and the Office of the Secretary of State are publishing online an index to these materials.
There are 6998 names in this list.
To obtain a copy of a record or for more information about the Spokane County WWI collection, contact the Spokane Public Library at 509.444.5300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Database: Spokane County WWI Soldiers - Miscellaneous Lists. ONLINE. 2006. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed and proofread by Barbara Brazington, Nine Mile Falls, Washington, and Karen Struve, Colbert, Washington.
Source: Spokane County War History Committee Collection. Spokane: Spokane Public Library Northwest Room.
Original records held by Spokane Public Library.