COLUMBIA: Winter 1989–90 – Vol. 3, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 1989–90 – Vol. 3, No. 4
History Commentary 3
History—the glory and the shame of it...
By John McClelland Jr.
Lost Log Found 3
Sleuthing historian tracks down missing Columbia log.
By J. Richard Nokes
Washington Human Services Come of Age 6
How social and health services organizations answered the challenge of the depression years and after.
By Michael K. Green
History Album 13
Anyone for a haircut?
The Flight Around the World 14
A feat that helped cement the bond between Washington and Alaska.
By Stephen Haycox
The Young Napoleons 21
Isaac Stevens, George McClellan and the Northern Railroad Survey.
By Kent D. Richards
Rare Images of Washington's Early Native People 24
A look at J. K. Duncan's drawings.
By David L. Nicandri
Historical Access to the Hanford Record 29
Some important questions are raised as more Hanford documents are made public.
By Michele A. Stenehjem
From the Collection 36
A letter from George Derby (alias John Phoenix) aboard the Multnomah.
The Tie that Binds 38
The Northern Pacific's Kalama-to-Tacoma line put Cowlitz County on the map.
By Arthur G. Dwelley
The McCurdy Case 44
A stunning photo exhibit made "from scratch."
By William Romadka
Columbia Reviews 46