COLUMBIA: Fall 2017 – Vol. 31, No. 3
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COLUMBIA: Fall 2017 – Vol. 31, No. 3

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COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2017 – Vol. 31, No. 3

History Commentary 2
Walla Walla’s Frenchtown: a community in-between.
By Sam Pambrun

Fishing with the Soviets 8
A Cold War story of a joint fishing venture that brought together US and USSR fishermen on the high seas of the North Pacific.
By Tony Allison

Seattle’s Fremont Bridge 16
The 100-year-old span over the Lake Washington Ship Canal dominates one of the city’s most colorful and fast-paced junctions.
By Junius Rochester

From the Collection 21
Smoke gets in your eyes.

Patriotism and Paranoia 22
The national defense role of the Thurston County Minute Women in World War I.
By Jennifer Crooks

Retrospective Reviews 28
The Northwest novels of Peter B. Kyne.
By Peter Donahue

Notices & Additional Reading 29

Columbia Reviews 30

History Album 32
A living fire lookout.

 


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