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Women Belong in History Books

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Mary Elizabeth Quackenbush Brush (1856-1940), sister of Henry of nutcracker fame, was a noted children's ___, penning books like "The Scarlet Patch" in 1905.
Lottie Roderick Tuttle (1878-1936) and her husband Orley manufactured ___ lures in Old Forge that sold nationwide, called "Devil Bugs."
Margaret Tuger (1864-1939) was the beloved ___ at the South Side School in Herkimer.
Bertha Fowler (1866-1952) came to Herkimer to revive the Folts ___ Institute in 1914 and helped it become the best of its kind.
Helen Roosevelt Robinson (1881-1962) of Warren (niece of President Franklin D. Roosevelt) was a member of the Henderson DAR and wrote "Stories of ____" on the famous massacre there.
Maria Brown Lincoln (1838-1911), born in South Columbia, became a woman ___ for New York newspapers and in 1876 was one of the first women admitted to the Congressional Press Gallery.
Augusta Miller Hildreth (1869-1938) of Herkimer, with her father Senator Warner Miller, traveled by overland ___ from San Francisco to Oregon, tipping over 12 times.
Jennie Richardson (1862-1958) practiced medicine in New York City and helped found the Ilion ____.
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Nettie Bowen Smith (1843-1903) of Newport was a lifelong friend of Libbie Custer - both of their husbands died at the Battle of Little ____.
Emma Brownell (1875-1962) of Little Falls became one of the first agents for Dependent Children in Herkimer County in 1909, the predecessor to the Dept. of ____ Welfare.
Carrie Richardson (1860-1948) of Ilion worked to establish a public ___ in the village which opened in 1893.
Appolonia Bellinger Harter (1733-1779) had been taken ___ with her young baby during the Palatine village raid by the French on Nov. 12, 1757.
Emma Patterson, M.D. (1889-1984) of West Winfield served its residents as "Doc Pat" spending many hours on the road making house calls by foot or on _______.
Emma Timmerman (1879-1986) helped save the old Manheim Dutch Reformed Church, more commonly known as the ____ Church. (2 words) - Note she lived to be 106!!
Elizabeth Snell ___ (1843-1898) started a school for missionaries in Herkimer - today a Methodist nursing home.