COLUMBIA: Summer 1990 - Vol. 4, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1990 – Vol. 4, No. 2
History Commentary 2
Making a personal contribution to history .
By John McClelland, Jr.
Furs and Food 3
A marriage of convenience between the Russian-American and Hudson's Bay companies.
By James R. Gibson
Let 'er Buck 10
How a massive community effort gave birth to the Ellensburg Rodeo.
By Michael Allen
History Album 13
Arcadia tranquility...the lost art of picnicking.
Has R. A. Long's dream city weathered the test of time?
By Carl Abbott
Viewpoints and Visions in 1792 21
An examination of recorded encounters between the Vancouver Expedition and Native inhabitants of Puget Sound.
By Delbert J. McBride
The Mystique of Grand Coulee Dam and the Reality of the Columbia Basin Project 28
Promoters made the dam into something much larger than life.
By Paul C. Pitzer
Vanessa Helder and Grand Coulee Dam 34
"The Giant" is rendered into art.
By Larry Schoonover
From the Collection 39
Text of a live radio broadcast from Grand Coulee Dam on its "inauguration of power."
The O'Neil Expeditions 40
The 100th anniversary of the exploration of the Olympic Peninsula's rugged interior.
By Robert L. Wood
Columbia Reviews 46