COLUMBIA: Fall 1995 – Vol. 9, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 1995 – Vol. 9, No. 3
History Commentary 4
The new western history—still alive and kicking.
By Richard White
Steel Rails and Fish Scales 7
The Yakutat & Southern Railway ran on a schedule governed by the tides.
By William Alley
History Album 11
Diamond in the Rough 12
Camp Parsons on Hood Canal has been the summer retreat of Seattle-area Boy Scouts for over 75 years.
By Michael Bruce Johnson
Washington's First Lights 19
As maritime traffic grew along the coast of Washington Territory, so did the need for lighthouse beacons.
By Sharlene and Ted Nelson
Columbia's Country 24
The search for a sustainable economic future continues in communities along the Columbia River.
By William G. Robbins
From the Collection 31
Depression-era farm workers.
The Battle of Wapato 32
Diverse forces combined to try to force Japanese tenant farmers out of this agricultural community.
By Thomas H. Heuterman
The Oregon Trail 39
The overland trail was a " water route" after all.
By James Ronda
Correspondence/Additional Reading 45
Columbia Reviews 46
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