Washingtonians and How They Live
The Invisible Sex
by Mike Jordan & Lynn Jordan | Winter 1988-89: Volume 2, Number 4
The approach of statehood heightened awareness of women’s roles.
The Politics of Design
by Fred Poyner IV | Spring 2009: Volume 23, Number 1
How James Wehn came to design a city seal for Seattle.
Betty and the Bishops: Was The Egg and I Libelous?
by Beth Kraig | Spring 1998: Volume 12, Number 1
Courtroom antics in a libel suit against the author of The Egg and I could have been a chapter from one of her novels.
Frederic Homer Balch: The Pioneer Novelist
by Stephen L. Harris | Fall 1989: Volume 3, Number 3
How The Bridge of the Gods came to be written.
Two Views, Two Voices: The Stereoscopic Perspective of Photographers Asahel and Edward Curtis
by Stephanie Lile | Spring 1996: Volume 10, Number 1
Brothers Edward and Asahel Curtis, both photographers, viewed the world from very different perspectives.
Tsugiki, a Grafting: The Life and Poetry of a Japanese Pioneer Woman in Washington
by Gail M. Nomura | Spring 2005: Volume 19, Number 1
Reflections of an immigrant generation taking root in a new land.
The Battle of Wapato: The Klan, the Legion, the Press and the Yakima Valley Japanese Americans
by Thomas H. Heuterman | Fall 1995: Volume 9, Number 3
Diverse forces combined to try to force Japanese tenant farmers out of this agricultural community.
Outsiders in "the Land of the Free": Aspects of the Asian-American Experience in the Northwest
by Roger Daniels | Winter 1996-97: Volume 10, Number 4
Aside from having withstood many biases and indignities, Asian Americans in the Northwest have been mistreated by historians as well.
Head, Heart, and Hands: A Conversation with Artist Lillian Pitt
by Katrine Barber | Fall 2007: Volume 21, Number 3
An interview with Warm Springs artist Lillian Pitt.