COLUMBIA: Spring 2004 – Vol. 18, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2004 – Vol. 18, No. 1
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
A windfall for educators: The Lewis & Clark Bicentennial.
By Robert C. Carriker
Bella Weretnikow 6
Seattle's dirst Jewish female attorney.
By Judith W. Rosenthal
The Palouse Mammoths 11
"A long road from Palouse Peat Bog to Chicago's Field Museum."
By Jack Nisbet
From the Collection 17
Land of opportunity, land of truth
Captain's West 18
The Lewis and Clark expedition set the standard for army exploration in the West.
By James P. Ronda
Jose Mozino & Archibald Menzies 24
Two preeminent naturalists meet at Nootka Sound, a crossroads of 18th-century Enlightenment science.
By Iris H. W. Engstrand
The Hanford Engineer Works Village 29
The combined forces and factors that produced Richland also created a blueprint for the modern American suburban community.
By David W. Harvey & Katheryn Hill Krafft
Lincoln County Courthouse 36
Two towns vie for possession of this "hot seat" of local government.
By David L. Chapman
Correspondence & Additional Reading 41
Columbia Reviews 42To Our Members 44