COLUMBIA: Fall 1989 – Vol. 3, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 1989 – Vol. 3, No. 3
History Commentary 2
If it was worth photographing, it's worth identifying.
By John McClelland Jr.
Living by Land and Sea 3
Clallam County's development has always been tied to its environment.
By Sharon Howe
From the Collection 7
Scrip was a valid medium of exchange in Oregon Territory.
Native American Arts in Washington, 1889–1989 8
Some of the tools and techniques have changed, but the essence is still there.
By Delbert J. McBride
Frederic Homer Balch 17
How The Bridge of the Gods came to be written.
By Stephen L. Harris
Isabel Arcasa: A Centennial Centenarian 22
An interview with a remarkable l00-year-old Washingtonian.
By Robert H. Ruby and John A. Brown
Centennial Historical Facts 24
The final installment of trivia and events leading up to statehood.
Edited by Redmond J. Barnett
History Album 26
Washingtonians have coped with water shortage before.
Centennial Library 27
Stocking the "Centennial shelf."
Compiled by Peter Simpson
Images of Change and Continuity 33
Winter and Pond photographs of Alaskan Indians serve as primary historical sources.
By Victoria Wyatt
Washington's Mexican Heritage 40
Early Spanish/Mexican efforts are an often neglected aspect of our cultural legacy.
By Erasmo Gamboa
Columbia Reviews 46
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