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