COLUMBIA: Winter 2006–07 – Vol. 20, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2006–07 – Vol. 20, No. 4
Behind the Scenes 2
History Commentary 3
How about giving Sacagawea a much-deserved day off?
By Stephenie Ambrose Tubbs
Washington History Online 7
Digging into the Washington State Historical Society’s digital assets.
The Columbia through Time 8
To see the river as a whole, one cannot stop at the international boundary.
By William D. Layman
History Album 16
A visit to the doctor’s office.
The Asianization of America 17
A new look at the “Pacific Basin Frontier.”
By Mary L. Hanneman
From the Collection 23
“The Nation’s Playgrounds”—views through a magic lantern.
Sun Dogs & Eagle Down 24
Bill Holm’s paintings mirror Indian culture in the Pacific Northwest.
By Steven C. Brown
There is a Land in the Far Off West 32
The Oregon Country, as seen from mid-19th-century Indiana.
By Michael Maben
Oregon or the Grave 38
Tracing the journey of the Peoria party.
By Randol B. Fletcher
Retrospective Reviews 44
The works of Margaret Thompson.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading 45Columbia Reviews 46