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was organized by thirteen Olympia women on November 17, 1905. On December 5, 1906, a charter was granted to the chapter by the National Society. The founders chose the name Sacajawea to honor the courageous Shoshone Indian woman who guided the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Pacific Ocean.

Please use the following links for more information on Sacajawea Chapter, DAR in Washington State and the Nation, and Sacajawea/Sacagawea, the Shoshone Indian woman.

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