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Mary Fell Stevenson Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Black Diamond, Washington

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Who was Mary Fell Stevenson?

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On Saturday, February 8, 2014, the organizing members of Mary Fell Stevenson NSDAR met to complete their organizational procedure. The day coincided with Continental Congress, which was meeting in Washington D.C. We were honored to have our State First Vice Regent Carol Jean Gaffney attend our organizing meeting and officially install our new officers. She also read a text message to us from our State Regent Janelle Braithwait, who was in Washington D.C. and who confirmed the National Board of Management had officially proclaimed our new chapter the morning of February 8. Our chapter chose the name of Mary Fell Stevenson in honor of the first woman settler in Enumclaw.

               

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Last Updated 21 October 2017

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