COLUMBIA: Spring 1996 – Vol. 10, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 1996 – Vol. 10, No. 1
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
There's something missing in the "new western history."
By Michael A. Green
The Columbia Basin Project Farmers 6
Growers butt heads with Floyd Dominy and the Bureau of Reclamation over irrigation fees.
By Paul C. Pitzer
The Company's Cowlitz 12
Cowlitz Farm was the Hudson's Bay Company's first large-scale agricultural endeavor.
By Steven A. Anderson
Two Views, Two Voices 17
Brothers Edward and Asahel Curtis, both photographers, viewed their world from very different perspective.
By Stephanie Lile
The Great Depression 29
A Dust Bowl migrant's memoir of coming to the Pacific Northwest.
By Rolland Dewing
When the Bankers Marched Like Soldiers 33
Colonel Richard Wilson and the Businessmen's Camp at American Lake.
By C. Stuart MacVeigh
The Old Yellowstone Trail 39
Rediscovering American by way of one of the first transcontinental auto touring routes.
By Yvonne Prater
Correspondence/Additional Reading 45
Columbia Reviews 46