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Historical Markers and Memorials


Commander's House, Fort Simcoe, Washington, ca 1857



Aug.12, 1956: Painting of Marianne Nelson Garnett given to Fort Simcoe Commandant's House in honor of Mrs. Oscar Schumann, DAC State Regent.

Photo of house by National Park Service.
         

1961: Plaque honoring Ruth Childs in the Yakima school named for her.


July 1, 1963: Washington State Chapters marked the entrance to Fort Walla Walla Park, a followup of the project that saved the old Fort cemetery.
Sept. 3, 1982: DAC Plaque in entrance lobby of Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center in Fort Canby State Park near Long Beach, Washington.


June 23, 1985: Marker at LaFramboise Homestead recognizing LaFramboise homestead, church and blacksmith shop at Moxee, Washington


March 1989: Flag pole at Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, WA, and wreaths at graves of Princess Angeline and Doc Maynard


July 20, 1989: Yakima Chapter joined with others to place State Marker "Naches Basket Fort" as part of centennial celebration.


Aug. 22, 1999: DAC marker at Mukilteo Lighthouse commemorating the landing of Capt. Vancouver
Ancient Cowlitz Trading Path Marker

Oct. 5, 2002: DAC Ancient Cowlitz Trading Path at Tumwater Falls, Olympia, WA



May 19, 2004: Perrigo Springs Marker in Redmond, WA, placed along with Willow tree by Snoqualmie Falls Chapter


 
May 27, 2006: Brick at Bigelow House Museum placed by Tumwater Falls Chapter.


















2007: Bricks at Bigelow House Museum placed by Tumwater Falls Chapter in honor of chapter members who were Washington State Regents
2003 to 2007: Washington State Regent Irene Berg's Project to include an archives room for DAC in the Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library.
2008: Tumwater Falls Chapter placed a brick at the YWCA in Olympia.
Washington Women Voting Marker

March 27, 2009: Washington State Regent Carole Holt placed this marker celebrating 100 years of Washington Women Voting. Marker is located at the Old Capitol Building in Olympia.



October 16, 2011: Washington State Regent Maralyn Ricketts placed this marker at the Bigelow House in Olympia celebrating the visit of Susan B. Anthony on Oct. 18, 1871.




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