COLUMBIA: Fall 1987 – Vol. 1, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 1987 – Vol. 1, No. 3
History Commentary 2
A late start does not make history insignificant.
By John McClelland Jr.
The Grand Olympic 3
Seattle's triumph of the 1920s is given new life.
By Nancy Allison Wright and Barbara Aydelott
Pig War Letters 11
A romantic lieutenant's account of the San Juan crisis.
By Keith A. Murray
In Search of Chief Moses' Lost Possessions 21
From the chief's plundered grave the trail leads to New Zealand.
By Robert H. Ruby and John A. Brown
No Wrath Like That of an Indian Chief Scorned 29
Oral interview with Isabelle Arcasa about the famous Moses.
By Isabelle Arcasa
When History Was News 31
In 1804, a Louisiana Purchase party makes the news.
The Cannonball 32
The little railroad that saved Olympia.
By Arthur O. Dwelley
The Loser Who Won 38
Gil Dobie, University of Washington football coach extraordinaire.
By Robert S. Welch
Columbia Reviews 46
History Album 48
Technology meets the barnyard in 1930s Redmond.
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