COLUMBIA: Fall 1992 – Vol. 6, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 1992 – Vol. 6, No. 3
History Commentary 4
Many Washington libraries are missing out on an important educational tool: Columbia.
By Robert H. Keller
A Century on Prospect Street 3
Bellingham's old city hall is a landmark and a legend.
By Michael Vouri
Wait for a Pilot 9
The charting of the Columbia River from its discovery to modern times.
By Richard Wilson
History Album 17
Get ready to cast your ballot.
Daily Bread 18
A young man comes of age in a mill town at the close of World War II.
By Harold P. Simonson
Empty Harvest at Waiilatpu 22
Nothing in her experience could have prepared Narcissa Whitman for the realities of mission life in the Oregon Country.
By Julie Roy Jeffrey
Pumping Iron 33
A history of bodybuilding in the Pacific Northwest.
By David Chapman
From the Collection 39
The Terrible Turk conquers Tacoma.
Soldiers North 40
How Captain William Abercrombie and his men blazed a trail to the Klondike.
By Joan Rawlins Biggar
Columbia Reviews 46
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