COLUMBIA: Winter 2015–16 – Vol. 29, No. 4
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Winter 2015–16 – Vol. 29, No. 4
History Commentary 2
The IWW—an inherited memory.
By Lionel Youst
History in the News 8
Clovis points in the Great Hall of Washington History.
By Gwen Whiting
One with Nature 10
The evolution and development of the Bloedel Reserve.
By Richard A. Brown and Sally Schauman
From the Collection 17
When two become one—conservation in action.
“Paint Will Fly” 18
An early history of the region’s watercolorists leading up to the establishment of the Northwest Watercolor Society.
By David F. Martin
History Album 24
Portrait of a fireman.
Another Round in the Fight against Racism 25
Back in the 1960s and early 1970s, Harold Booker stood up for his civil rights and dealt racism a blow in Federal Way.
By Christopher Green
Retrospective Reviews 28
God’s High Table by Leland Frederick Cooley.
By Peter Donahue
Correspondence & Additional Reading 29
Columbia Reviews 30