From War to War
The Water Rises: Clarence C. Dills Battle for Grand Coulee Dam
by Kerry E. Irish | Fall 2001: Volume 15, Number 3
Senator Clarence Dill was a driving force in the political battle for Grand Coulee Dam.
Eugene Barnett Talks About the Centralia Conspiracy: Oral History from an IWW Participant in the Events of November 11, 1919, in Centralia, Washington
by William H. Friedland & Archie Green | Summer 1997: Volume 11, Number 2
This Wobbly "vocumentary" covers the controversial events of November 11, 1919, in Centralia, Washington.
Hanford's Historic Reactors: Constant Change in the Early Years
by Michele Stenehjem Gerber | Spring 1995: Volume 9, Number 1
The story of Hanford's early years is one of constant change.
Ten Dollars a Song: Woody Guthrie Sells His Talent to the Bonneville Power Administration
by Robert C. Carriker | Spring 2001: Volume 15, Number 1
The Bonneville Power Administration hired Woody Guthrie to sing the praises of public power to the masses.
Swing the Door Wide: World War II Wrought a Profound Transformation in Seattle’s Black Community
by Quintard Taylor | Summer 1995: Volume 9, Number 2
The World War II economy opened the job market for blacks in the Pacific Northwest.