By: Artist’s Name, Spokane Tribe
2019, age _
< A paragraph description of the chosen animal. Could be a story involving family history, and/or personal experiences. What does the animal mean to you or your loved ones? >
The following text is quoted from The Spokan Indians, by Allen Ross, page 321:
Antelopes were very abundant until about 1820 in the Spokane Country, especially on the Spokane Prairie: but they inhabited only a small fringe of the Coeur d’Alene country on the west, especially around Latahs [sic] Creek, which was their eastern limit. The last of them were killed off in this section about 1820, but they continued to be plentiful farther west, in the counties of the Spokane and Columbia (Teit 1930:96).
There are various formats by which to link a QR Code to information. This information is currently linked to my personal website. However, I see the opportunity to connect the information to a Spokane Public Arts Directory website. Perhaps through the Parks or Spokane Arts websites.
Another great option would be to link viewers to a A PDF document that provides descriptions and a map that visitors can view while on the trail.