COLUMBIA: Fall 2014 – Vol. 28, No. 3
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Fall 2014 – Vol. 28, No. 3
History Commentary 2
The Horse Slaughter Camp monument.
By John Trombold
Skamokawa Creamery 7
How “progress” brought success and then failure to a dairy farmers’ cooperative in Wahkiakum County.
By Irene Martin
From the Collection 13
Gold star mother.
Fugitive or Political Refugee? 14
A disillusioned Vietnam veteran stuck to peaceful antiwar activism in Pullman until four student protesters died at Kent State University.
By Michael Cardinal
Anson G. Henry 21
Lincoln’s friend and confidant, the good doctor preferred politics to medicine and became one of the president’s closest ties to the Northwest.
By Richard W. Etulain
Retrospective Reviews 28
Sir Boss by Ralph Bushnell Potts.
By Peter Donahue
Correspondence & Additional Reading 29
Columbia Reviews 30
History Album 32
The Mountaineers take a break.
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