COLUMBIA: Fall 1999 – Vol. 13, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 1999 – Vol. 13, No. 3
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
Exploding the myths and misconceptions about Sacagawea, the Shoshoni Indian woman who accompanied the Lewis and Clark expedition.
By Irving W. Anderson
Anything but Natural 8
A look at the design influences on the architecture and furnishings of structures at Mount Rainier National Park.
By Sarah Allaback
History Album 15
Contented cows give better milk.
E. S. Wood 16
A “respectable rebel” who struggled to balance living “the good life” with fighting the battle against social and economic injustice.
By Robert Hamburger
Centralia’s Union Mural 24
“The Resurrection of Wesley Everest” depicts the Wobblies’ side of the tragic events that occurred in this southwest Washington town in 1919.
By Mary L. Stough
From the Collection 27
Marching right along....
Cook’s Last Voyage 28
The intrepid captain’s search for the elusive Northwest Passage ended in his death.
By Antonia Macarthur
Fighting the Cement Trust 34
How political maverick W. Lon Johnson took on the old guard in Olympia to defeat the 1920 Carlyon road bill.
By Stephen W. Charry
Correspondence/Additional Reading 43
Columbia Reviews 46
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