COLUMBIA: Winter 1992–93 – Vol. 6, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 1992–93 – Vol. 6, No. 4
History Commentary 3
Presidential assassination Americana.
By Michael Allen
A Good, Serviceable Road 6
The Cowlitz Corridor connection between the Columbia River and Puget Sound.
By Kent D. Richards
Cable Crossing 12
Childhood memories of a Columbia River ferryman's son.
By Edward C. Whitley
George Washington Bush 16
The Oregon Country's first African-American pioneer.
By Ann Saling
Kenjiro Nomura 22
An artist's-eye view of the Japanese internment.
Hail, Columbia! 26
A pictorial history of a forgotten goddess.
By Sue Lean
From the Collection 32
Outings in the Olympics via the "new and palatial" Quillayute.
Great Expectations 33
The rise and fall of small towns on the Columbia Plain.
By Margaret Gribskov
Rain Shadows 39
A look at the impact of human culture on Sequim Prairie.
By Jerry Gorsline
Correspondence/Additional Reading 45Columbia Reviews 46