COLUMBIA: Winter 2012–13 – Vol. 26, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2012–13 – Vol. 26, No. 4
History Commentary 2
Father Joseph Joset’s campaign to save the Salish from smallpox.
By Michael K. Green
Beyond the Boarding School 5
Off-reservation Indians struggled against cultural oblivion in the face of the government’s determination to give their children a “formal education.”
By Andrew H. Fisher
Implements of Change 11
Regional marketing materials reflect the evolving technology of agricultural tools and equipment from the mid 19th to the early 20th century.
By Norman Reed
Claude Alexander Conlin 14
With his turban and crystal ball, this sociopathic seer was a master at parting people from their money.
By Darryl Beckmann & James Bledsoe
From the Collection 20
Whatever you want in a motorcycle....
A League of Their Own 21
Established by brothers Frank and Lester Patrick, the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and the Seattle Metropolitans made history in the Northwest.
By Matthew A. Hulton
Columbia Reviews 28
Retrospective Reviews 30
The Olympic Peninsula novels of Patricia Campbell.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading. 31History Album 32
Pianist Coralie Flaskett.
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