COLUMBIA: Summer 1987 - Vol. 1, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1987 – Vol. 1, No. 2
History Commentary 2
Rising tide of interest in a magnificent heritage.
By John McClelland Jr.
When History Was News 4
Lewis and Clark were not legends in their own time.
When Russians Landed in Vancouver 5
The story of an epic transpolar flight, 50 years ago.
By Paul Spitzer
When "Ma" Preached in Kelso 13
Money, sex, and preaching are not a new concoction.
Yakima and Justice Douglas 14
A famous—but not a favorite—son.
By Robert W Mull
The Unspoiled Northwest 21
Some of the best paintings of the area's earliest artists.
By David M. Buerge
Climbing Rainier With Curtis in 1909 29
The Mountaineers' famous 79-person climb.
When Washington Dared Build a Magnificent Capitol 38
And Governor Hartley waved a spittoon and denounced it.
By J. Kingston Pierce
Columbia Reviews 46
History Album 48
When the earliest nuns went begging.