COLUMBIA: Summer 1989 - Vol. 3, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1989 – Vol. 3, No. 2
History Commentary 2
Is Northwest history being forgotten?
By John McClelland Jr.
Two Tales from the "Fiery" '80s 3
Vignettes from the Seattle and Goldendale fires.
By Harriet Fish
Barnstorming Ace Makes Big Splash 8
A 1910 air show thrills Puget Sound.
By Wilma Snyder
Mt. Rainier or Mt. Tacoma? 10
The name controversy raged from 1883 to 1925, and may not be dead yet.
By A. D. Martinson
"Mt. Tahoma" as an Indian Symbol 17
Indian names "commemorated the past and linked it to the present."
By Brian W. Dippie
The Mind of the Founders 18
A look at the intent of the authors of the Washington State Constitution.
By James M. Dolliver
The Prohibition Proposition 26
Centennial Historical Facts 30
Life in Washington during the summer prior to statehood.
Edited by Redmond J. Barnett
James G. Swan 32
A Hall of Honor portrait of an early author/ethnographer.
By Lucile McDonald
Centennial Hall of Honor 36
One hundred celebrated Washingtonians.
From the Collection 40
A new feature highlights WSHS Library holdings.
Maritime Folklife Puget Sound 41
Summer exhibit focuses on contemporary maritime traditions.
By Phyllis A. Harrison
Columbia Reviews 46
History Album 48
The great train/automobile race to Ashford from Tacoma.