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COLUMBIA: Winter 2010–11 – Vol. 24, No. 4 - Washington State Historical Society

COLUMBIA: Winter 2010–11 – Vol. 24, No. 4

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COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2010–11 – Vol. 24, No. 4

History Commentary 2
When rhododendrons rain again, al-ki.
By Bill Barker

Votes for Women!   5
How winning the vote for Washington women helped turn the tide for women’s suffrage on a national scale.
By Rebecca Mead

History Album   12
Artist Irene Muir McHughs.

James W. Washington Jr.   13
A painter and sculptor for whom art and activism were closely intertwined.
By Susan Noyes Platt

Image Collections Online   19
Natsiclane.

Mount Rainier National Park   20
Nature as a commodity—the place where preservation and conservation converge.
By Sara Almasy Porterfield

From the Collection   26
’Tis the season.

David Thompson’s Columbia River   27
Commemorating the contributions of Canada’s “master surveyor.”
By JoAnn Roe

Trampling Kamiakin’s Gardens   30
Did Theodore Winthrop have a hand in the late-19th-century social and economic demise of the Yakama Nation?
By Chad Wriglesworth

Retrospective Reviews   36
The memoirs of Martha Hardy.
By Peter Donahue

Additional Reading   37

Columbia Reviews   38


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