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COLUMBIA: Spring 2000 – Vol. 14, No. 1

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COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2000 – Vol. 14, No. 1

From the President   2

History Commentary   3
Will the citizens of Washington step up to preserve and protect their Legislative Building?
By Leavitt S. White

Pioneers of Utsalady   7
Lawrence Grennan and Thomas Cranney started a sawmill that gave birth to a bustling port on remote Camano Island.
By Dennis Conroy

History Album   13
Welcome to Cliffs, Washington.

Our “Splendid Little War”   14
Washingtonians who volunteered for military duty during the Spanish American War ended up fighting in the Phillipines.
By James B. Dahlquist

Great River of the West   24
Two very different perceptions of place, two ways of viewing the Columbia.
By William L. Lang

From the Collection   33
Climbing Mount Stuart, 1883.

Steilacoom Farm   34
How the site of a failed British attempt to colonize the Puget Sound region became a symbol of the American presence north of the Columbia.
By Steven A. Anderson

Correspondence/Additional Reading   43

Columbia Reviews   44

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