Featured in this issue: Digital archaeology, varieties of slipware from the museum collection, the Columbia Library, social aspects of pipe smoking at Fort Vancouver, and notes from the collections management internship.
Featured in this issue: Army dogs at Vancouver Barracks, insect remains from the non-commissioned officer's quarters privy, cosmetic bottles from the Fort Vancouver NHS museum collection, and the first U.S. Army Surgeon at Vancouver Barracks.
Featured in this issue: Civil War Era Quilt exhibit at the McLoughlin House, nineteenth century comets observed at Vancouver Barracks, Fort Vancouver and Film, the collection of F.E. Ulmer - a soldier at Vancouver Barracks, and underwater archaeology at British Camp on San Juan Island.
Featured in this issue: New items discovered in historic post hospital attic, archaeological testing in the East and South Vancouver Barracks, new archaeological finds at the McLoughlin House, and photographs from the the John H. Hielscher Archive at Klondike Gold Rush NHP in Seattle.
Featured in this issue: The discovery of a cannon on the Oregon Coast, the discovery of the Vancouver Arsenal, restoration activities at the McLoughlin and Barclay Houses, new research on the McLoughlin House cannon, the origins of brick at Fort Vancouver, and marbles from the fort's collection.
Featured in this issue: The donation of the "Lawson Library," Speo beads from Station Camp, conserving McLoughlin House textiles, pollen analysis, and tobacco pipes in the Fort Vancouver museum collection.
Featured in this issue: An introduction to the NCRI, investigating the Vancouver Arsenal, excavating the Sutler's Store, a review of the 2004 Public Archaeology Field School, and Spode ceramics in the Fort Vancouver museum collection.