COLUMBIA: Fall 2001 – Vol. 15, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2001 – Vol. 15, No. 3
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
The Celilo Falls that used to be....
By Dorothea Nordstrand
The Water Rises 5
Senator Clarence Dill was a driving force in the political battle for Grand Coulee Dam.
By Kerry E. Irish
From the Collection 16
It’s the water....
Grays Harbor County Courthouse 17
After a prolonged tug-of-war, the “maid of Wynooche” managed to maintain her sovereignty.
By David L. Chapman
A Lasting Legacy—Part III 23
Place names given by Lewis and Clark as they traveled the lower Columbia River on their journey to the Pacific.
By Allen “Doc” Wesselius
The Run from Farm to Farm 32
Once part of one of the earliest agricultural endeavors in the Puget Sound lowlands, this acreage served a variety of purposes before it once again became a working farm.
By Hilda Skott
History Album 36
The first horseless carriage in Bridgeport.
Boom & Bust 37
How the fortunes of the entire Puget Sound region came to be inextricably tied to those of one man—Henry Villard.
By Kurt E. Armbruster
Columbia Reviews 44
Correspondence/Additional Reading 48