COLUMBIA: Winter 1990–91 – Vol. 4, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 1990–91 – Vol. 4, No. 4
History Commentary 3
Hanford's new mission.
By Michele Stenehjem Gerber
From the Collection 4
An 1854 map of tribal boundaries in Washington Territory.
Writing History by Litigation 5
How courts use historical evidence when making rulings on Northwest Indian rights cases.
By Sasha Harmon
The Heroic Ride 16
A look at the similarities among frontier legends of the lone horseman.
By Barbara Allen
History Album 21
The Centennial Flour Mill was razed in 1947 by one of the worst fires in Tacoma's history.
Wilderness Stumps 22
Hollow-based logging remnants provided ready-made shelters for Northwest pioneers.
By Harriet U. Fish
Cascade Volcanoes 24
When sleeping giants awaken....
By Stephen L. Harris
The Years of Wonder 32
E. B. White's youthful pilgrimage to the Pacific Northwest.
By Terrence Cole
Goldfield Gateway 36
The Seattle–Alaska kinship had its birth in the gold rush years.
By William R. Hunt
Bainbridge Peninsula 42
A look back at the Vancouver survey which mistook Bainbridge Island for a peninsula.
By John Frazier Henry
Columbia Reviews 46
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