"The Pig War: San Juan Islands in Conflict," is an illustrated program presenting an interesting episode of Pacific Northwest history. Local arguments over an American killing a Hudson's Bay Company pig on June 15, 1859, erupted into an international confrontation. By mid-summer British and American soldiers with heavy armaments had established American Camp and British Camp on San Juan Island. For the next dozen years during the American Civil War and after, the San Juan Islands conflict simmered. In 1872 Kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany finally resolved the dispute. Examining the evidence, the Kaiser fixed the boundary between the United States and Canada and declared the San Juan Islands to be American territory. The big fuss over a pig nearly led to war!