Explorers By Sea, Explorers By Land
History Commentary - The Sacagawea Mystique: Her Age, Name, Role and Final Destiny
by Irving W. Anderson | Fall 1999: Volume 13, Number 3
Exploring the myths and misconceptions about Sacagawea, the Shoshoni Indian woman who accompanied the Lewis and Clark expedition.
The Education of an Empire Builder: John Jacob Astor and the World of the Columbia
by James P. Ronda | Fall 1997: Volume 11, Number 3
Trade and dominion marched hand in hand in the world of John Jacob Astor.
Viewpoints and Visions in 1792: The Vancouver Expedition encounters Indians of Western Washington
by Delbert J. McBride | Summer 1990: Volume 4, Number 2
An examination of recorded encounters between the Vancouver Expedition and native inhabitants of Puget Sound.
The Wilkes Exploring Expedition in the Pacific Northwest
by David M. Buerge | Spring 1987: Volume 1, Number 1
"America's Cook" explores Oregon Country.
Patriot or Scalawag?
by J. Richard Nokes | Fall 1990: Volume 4, Number 3
John Meares's exploits on the Northwest Coast.
The Seven-Fanged Horror of the Pacific: Father Peter De Smet Cross the Columbia Bar
by Robert C. Carriker | Winter 1995-96: Volume 9, Number 4
Father De Smet crosses the treacherous Columbia River bar.