COLUMBIA: Spring 2013 – Vol. 27, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2013 – Vol. 27, No. 1
History Commentary 2
A hotel maid takes on laissez-faire.
By Gerry L. Alexander
Laura Belle Downey Bartlett 5
A Puget Sound pioneer who labored to preserve the Chinook trade language.
By Nancy Covert
Cherokees on the Columbia? 8
The federal government’s Indian removal policies sparked a proposal to transplant the Cherokee Nation to the mouth of the Columbia River.
By Tim Alan Garrison
History Album 15
History in motion.
Following the Paper Trail in Washington’s Historical Archives 16
A sampling from the priceless legacy held in trust for posterity and a nod to the people and places that preserve it.
By Lorraine McConaghy
From the Collection 21
Dear Mom and Dad.
Hal Sylvester 22
First chief ranger of the Wenatchee National Forest.
By Judy Bentley
Columbia Reviews 28
Retrospective Reviews 30
The Puget Sound novels of Patricia Campbell.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading 31