COLUMBIA: Winter 2002–03 – Vol. 16, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2002–03 – Vol. 16, No. 4
Guest Editor 2
Mountain in the sky....
By Richard Frederick
History Commentary 3
What influence did President Lincoln have on
life in Washington Territory?
By Gerry L. Alexander
Lewis and Clark’s Indian Presents 7
Following the confusing paper trail of how much and what kinds of gifts and trade goods the Corps of Discover carried west.
By Kenneth Karsmizki
A River Ran Through It 13
In 1911 the terrified townspeople of Renton fled as the Cedar River spilled into their streets and homes.
By Tom Monahan
History Album 17
Happy New Year....
The Adventures of a Pioneer Judge and His Family 18
Good-bye Cleveland—hello Cathlamet and life on the northwestern frontier.
By Harry M. Strong
January Harvest 24
Bringing in the ice “crop” in the Inland Northwest.
By Eva Gayle Six
Erna Gunther 30
A small woman with enormous talent and determination.
By Christine Colasurdo
From the Collection 36
Grafton Tyler Brown, Northwest artist.
When the Greeks Came Marching In 37
Reflections on the development and architecture of fraternity and sorority housing at the University of Washington over the last century.
By Norman J. Johnston
Columbia Reviews 44
Correspondence & Additional Reading 46