COLUMBIA: Summer 1992 - Vol. 6, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1992 – Vol. 6, No. 2
Beacon Rock 2
An Oregon state park in Washington?
By David L. Weiss
Encounter on the Columbia 4
The evolution of trade on the River of the West led to a collision of cultures.
By William L. Lang
Schooners 'n Steamers 10
A hundred years ago the Puget Sound shipbuilding industry flourished.
By Douglas Egan
From the Collection 13
The Columbia River Highway Waltz.
School as Parent 14
The social welfare movement of the early 1900s found a home in the Seattle Public Schools.
By Bryce E. Nelson
History Album 19
The world's largest salmon hatchery.
Golden Harvest 20
Wheat farming on the Columbia Plateau.
By Glen Linderman
Conflict on the Periphery 29
Spanish fortifications on the Northwest Coast raise some thought-provoking questions.
By Robert G. Whitlam
Lady of the Lake 38
A chilling mystery from the Olympic Peninsula.
By Harriet U. Fish
Correspondence/Additional Reading 40
The Great Tozier Heist 41
"Gilstrap Overpowered by Thirty Brawny Men!"
By John M. McClelland, Jr.
Columbia Reviews 46
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