COLUMBIA: Summer 2012 – Vol. 26, No. 2
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Summer 2012 – Vol. 26, No. 2
History Commentary 2
In appreciation of a century-old Columbia River landmark.
By Melvin Adams
Middle Village 4
Archaeology on the Columbia River at a crossroads of human cultures and histories.
By Douglas C. Wilson
A Tale of Two Shantytowns 10
Tracing the similarities and differences between Seattle’s Hoover Town and Tacoma’s Hollywood-on-the-Flats.
By Hilary Anderson
From the Collection 15
Music from Century 21.
Mysteries abound in the life and artwork of James Tilton Pickett.
By Gwen Perkins
What’s Cooking? 22
How locally published cookbooks provide a glimpse of our culture and “foodways” in the first half-century of Washington’s statehood.
By Jacqueline B. Williams
Columbia Reviews 28
Retrospective Reviews 30
Northwest Harvest and the birth of Northwest regionalism.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading 31Correspondence 32