COLUMBIA: Fall 2003 – Vol. 17, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2003 – Vol. 17, No. 3
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
“So Vast an Enterprise....”
By James P. Ronda
Democrats Disintegrate 5
No “New Deal” for Governor Charles Martin.
By Gary Murrell
History Album 13
Back to school.
The Elwha Dam 14
Hatcheries delivered developers from the onus of preserving fish runs.
By Jeff Crane
From the Collection 22
Washington’s history in postage stamps.
Painting for Time 23
The art colony at Nespelem sought to portray Native Americans as “living history.”
By J. J. Creighton
The Creation of Washington Territory 27
A convention in “the other Monticello” laid the foundation for a new political division north of the Columbia.
By Dennis P. Weber
Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate 35
Father Pascal Ricard and his fellow Oblate missionaries had no easy time of it in the Pacific Northwest.
By Father Ronald Wayne Young, OMI
To Our Members & Additional Reading 45Columbia Reviews 46