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COLUMBIA: Winter 2011–12 – Vol. 25, No. 4 - Washington State Historical Society

COLUMBIA: Winter 2011–12 – Vol. 25, No. 4

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COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2011–12 – Vol. 25, No. 4

History Commentary 2
Remembering 25 years of COLUMBIA.
By Robert Carriker

Mountain of Shell   3
The lives of Japanese American laborers in the oyster industry, reflected in their poetry.
By LLyn De Danaan

From the Collection   9
Poster stamps.

Under the Apple Orchard   10
A remarkable Clovis site discovery in eastern Washington.
By Ruth Kirk and Richard D. Daugherty

Image Collections Online   14
Depression-era dolly.

Booth Gardner   15
While battling Parkinson’s Disease, Washington’s popular 19th governor (1985–1993) has championed education and “death with dignity.”
By John Hughes

History in the News   20
Fifty years ago, Washington was home to the Century 21 Exposition, the second of three world’s fairs held in this state.
By Paul Creighton

Deconstructing Chapman   22
Solving the mysteries surrounding an old map of the Hudson’s Bay Company’s land claims around Fort Nisqually.
By Steve A. Anderson

Columbia Reviews   28

Retrospective Reviews   30
Edwin Parker’s Timber.
By Peter Donahue

Additional Reading   31


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