COLUMBIA: Summer 1994 - Vol. 8, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1994 – Vol. 8, No. 2
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
Washington's history propels it into the future.
By David L. Nicandri
She Dared to Be Different 6
Lizzie Ordway stands out among the original "Mercer girls" as a woman who came to Seattle not for marriage but for independence.
By Donna Bergman
The Dispossessed 10
The Cowlitz tribe continues its 140-year struggle for recognition and restitution.
By Judith W. Irwin
From the Collection 16
Save that timetable—it could be a valuable research tool someday.
Shipwreck & Captivity 17
Instead of a fortune in gold, the members of the Georgiana expedition found only trouble and travail.
By Drew W. Crooks
Anders Beer Wilse 24
This Norwegian photographer's brief sojourn in Seattle left a lasting legacy.
By Carolyn J. Marr
Runways & Reclamation 30
How water and war shaped the destiny of Moses Lake.
By Martin F. Seedorf and Rita G. Seedorf
History Album 38
The birthday party.
Harry Tracy 39
The most charismatic outlaw ever to terrorize the Pacific Northwest.
By Sidney Berland
Correspondence/Additional Reading 45
Columbia Reviews 46