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COLUMBIA: Spring 1990 – Vol. 4, No. 1

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COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 1990 – Vol. 4, No. 1

History Commentary   2
Looking back on the Washington Centennial.
By Putnam Barber

Jay Fox: Anarchist of Home   3
The life of this famous labor radical was laced with controversy.
By Mary M. Carr

History Album   11
Homesteader's photo brings 1889 Centralia streets to life.

Lenna Baird: Mother to 200,000 Boys   12
A WWI Red Cross volunteer who made a difference.
By Bruce C. Harding

Bodega y Quadra and Vancouver   16
Two maritime greats brought together over the Nootka Crisis.
By Freeman Tovell

Les Baleiniers of the North   22
The rise and fall of the French whaling industry in the Northwest.
By Robert Lloyd Webb

An Eventful Life   29
Explorer, hunter, trapper Pierre Charles took part in historic events that shaped the region's development.
By Drew W. Crooks

From the Collection   34
A front page from The Agitator, a short-lived publication of the utopian Home Colony.

At Home in Washington   36
"The American dream" a la Pacific Northwest.
By Leonard Garfield

Columbia Reviews   46

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