COLUMBIA: Fall 2004 – Vol. 18, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2004 – Vol. 18, No. 3
History Commentary 3
The Case of Mark Litchman.
By Adam Halpern
Well-Tempered Design 7
Washington’s State Capitol Building—a happy marriage of design and support systems engineering.
By Christopher Tavener
Rescuing the Destitute 11
The Salvation Army conquers Spokane.
By Annika Herbes
From the Collection 17
“Farmlands in the Famous Palouse Country. . . .”
Long Iron 18
A look at the role of firearms on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
By Mark Van Rhyn
Beginnings and Endings 28
What happened to Lewis and Clark after the expedition?
By Landon Y. Jones
History Album 35
The Victory Special.
But Few Obstacles to the Prospector... 36
What started out as a cakewalk to the goldfields turned into a nightmare for a group of overzealous fortune hunters.
By William Alley
Additional Reading 43
Columbia Reviews 44To Our Members 46