COLUMBIA: Summer 1998 - Vol. 12, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 1998 – Vol. 12, No. 2
From the Editor 2
History Commentary 3
Thoughts on a boxcar graffiti artist.
By Herb Blisard
Oregon’s Carlisle 6
A history of Chemawa Indian School.
By Cary C. Collins
A Century of Services for the Mentally Ill 11
Washington’s state-run psychiatric programs: an overview.
By William R. Conte
History Album 18
Red Cross to the rescue.
Oysterville Remembered 19
Memories of growing up on the tide flats of Shoalwater Bay.
By Willard R. Espy
Ezra Meeker’s Quest for Klondike Gold 24
Puget Sound’s pioneer “hop king” turned gold digger.
By Howard Clifford
From the Collection 30
The engine that could.
Vic Meyers 31
Not your run-of-the-mill candidate for mayor.
By Patrick Diviney
Clallam County’s Spruce Railroad 36
A monument to the war effort made obsolete by the armistice.
By Mary L. Stough
Yakima Canutt 38
The cowboy way…led this Colfax cowboy to Hollywood.
By Michael Allen
Additional Reading 45Columbia Reviews 46