COLUMBIA: Winter 1991–92 – Vol. 5, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 1991–92 – Vol. 5, No. 4
History Commentary 3
Oh, Nova Albion, ye were young so long.
By David H. Stratton
Urban Ambitions 4
What people and purposes spurred the metamorphosis from Saunders Bottom to modern-day Chehalis?
By Robert R. Weyeneth
Journey with David Thompson through the valley of the mid-Columbia in 1811.
By William D. Layman
Henry Carter 20
"The individual man is to humanity what the tree is to the forest."
By Mary Branch and Patricia Coon
History Album 26
The USS Lexington lights up Tacoma.
Fort Lewis 27
A product of the human need to alter and yet identify with the environment.
By Jane T. Merritt
From the Collection 33
Sarah Peterson Smith 34
James "Hecla" Smith's widow and heiress was a woman to be reckoned with.
By John Fahey
Sea Songs 40
The musical "sides" of the exploration by sea of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
By Bruce Le Roy
Columbia Reviews 46