COLUMBIA: Spring 2010 – Vol. 24, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2010 – Vol. 24, No. 1
History Commentary 2
Roll on, Columbia.
By Teresa R. Herlinger
Bordering Reality 3
For early customs and immigration officers, the challenges of enforcing the international boundary at Sumas were large and numerous.
By Mary C. Greenfield
History Album 8
Yukio Morinaga’s “Smoke and Steam.”
Bobbi McCallum 9
Before her tragic death in 1969 this Seattle P–I writer won national journalism awards for her reporting on women’s issues.
By Kimberly Voss
From the Collection 15
“My Dear Cusin....”
From Wilderness to Wonderland 16
Did the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition surpass all previous world’s fairs in beauty—as its promoters promised?
By Kathy Mendelson
The Longview Homesteads 22
One of FDR’s New Deal programs brought agriculture into the urban landscape.
By Robert M. Carriker
Image Collections Online 29
Private Republic 30
A law unto itself, the Hudson’s Bay Company played its own game by its own rules.
By André Peñalver
Retrospective Reviews 36
The poetry of Mary J. Elmendorf.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading 37Columbia Reviews 38