Summer 2007

Issue 108:2

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In this Issue:

Special Section—Great Cascadia Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Tectonic History and Cultural Memory Catastrophe and Restoration on the Oregon Coast

by R. Scott Byram

Tsunamis and Floods in Coos Bay Mythology

by Patricia Whereat Phillips

Weaving Long Ropes: Oral Tradition and Understanding the Great Tide

by Jason T. Younker

Native American Vulnerability and Resiliency to Great Cascadia Earthquakes

by Robert J. Losey

“we have allmost Every Religion but our own”: French-Indian Community Initiatives and Social Relations in French Prarie, Oregon, 1834–1837

by Melinda Marie Jetté

Music on the Cusp: From Folk to Acid Rock in Portland Coffeehouses, 1967–1970

by Valerie Brown

Oregon Places
John Charles Olmsted and Campus Design in Oregon

by Joan Hockaday

Oregon Voices
They Also Served: A Soldier's Pacific Theater Album, World War II

by Frederick H. Hill with George Venn and Jan Boles