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EXPLORING THE OKANOGAN: Remembering the history of women in America

Okanogan County officials assemble outside the newly built courthouse in Okanogan in 1915. By the early years of the last century, women were holding official positions in government.

LADD PHOTO/OKANOGAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY


Okanogan County officials assemble outside the newly built courthouse in Okanogan in 1915. By the early years of the last century, women were holding official positions in government.

There is a saying, probably several centuries old, “hell hath no fury greater than a woman scorned.”

I don’t know who originated it, but I have been hearing it since I was a child...

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