COLUMBIA: Fall 2000 – Vol. 14, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2000 – Vol. 14, No. 3
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
The Pacific Northwest’s Asian connection.
By Liping Zhu
Beyond Isaac Ebey 6
What became of the Native American tribe whose people occupied Whidbey Island for 10,000 years before white settlers came?
By Theresa Trebon
From the Collection 13
America...”that unknowne world”...1626.
Equality Colony 14
How one socialist utopia compares with the average American small town of the early 20th century.
By Charles P. LeWarne
This Perilous Situation, between Hope and Despair 20
The Columbia River viewed as both a natural border and a cultural boundary.
By Patricia Nelson Limerick
Douglas A. Munro 27
The boy from Cle Elum who became a World War II hero at Guadalcanal.
By C. James Quann
History Album 33
On to Chicago!
The Promised Land 34
The Hutterite Brethren find a home in Washington.
By Vance J. Youmans
Additional Reading 43
Columbia Reviews 46
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