COLUMBIA: Spring 2001 – Vol. 15, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2001 – Vol. 15, No. 1
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
The vote at Station Camp.
By Dayton Duncan
Upriver by Steamer to Idaho 9
Steamboat pioneers helped bring commerce to the interior of the Pacific Northwest.
By Carlos A. Schwantes
Making a New Home 17
Washington rolls out the welcome mat for the first wave of South Vietnamese refugees.
By Mary L. Hanneman and Minh-Anh Thi Hodge
Inquiry in Action 23
The Washington State Historical Society’s new History Lab teaches the concepts and tools of historical study.
By Stephanie Lile
From the Collection 31
A ticket to utopia.
Ten Dollars a Song 32
The Bonneville Power Administration hired Woody Guthrie to sing the praises of public power to the masses.
By Robert C. Carriker
A Lasting Legacy, Part I 37
First in a four-part series that examines the place names handed down by Lewis and Clark in the Pacific Northwest.
By Allen “Doc” Wesselius
Columbia Reviews 44
Correspondence/Additional Reading 46
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