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Notable Women of Herkimer County

Zaida Zoller (1892-1980) was the founder of the Herkimer County ___ Society in 1913.
Hazel Patrick (1901-2000) was the head librarian at the Herkimer County ____ Society and helped produce 6 Palatine family genealogies.
Mary Breed Hawley Myers (1850-1932) is fondly known as ___, the Lady Aeronaut.
Josephine Young Case (1907-1990) co-wrote with her husband a biography of her father ___ D. Young in 1982.
Catherine Petrie Herkimer (1700-1775) was one of 36 women given 100 acres in the ____ Patent along the Mohawk River.
Harriet Douglas Cruger (1790-1872) built a Scottish-style mansion ____ Castle in 1834.
Amy Barber Arnold (1808-1868) provided hospitality to wilderness travelers at their home in Brown's Tract, the first tourism in the _____ area (2 words).
Delight Ransom Keller (1853-1933) secured a state appropriation for the purchase of the General Nicholas ____ Home in 1914.
Ellen ____ (1865-1934) of Columbia is known for her illustrated postcards.
Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (1861-1933) wrote a biography "My Brother ____ Roosevelt."
Helen Curtis Marshall (1832-1910) founded a home for retired teachers, now called the Mohawk ____, in 1895.
Ellen Searles Munger (1849-1924) helped bring the statue of U.S. Treasurer Francis ____ to Myers Park.
First name of the Native American Woman (ca. 1735-1796) who sent information to her brother Joseph Brant on the movement of the Tryon County Militia.
Harriet E. Russell (1850-1935) helped found the ___ Library, which opened Oct. 27, 1893.
____ Paull (1898-1991) of Cold Brook illustrated and wrote children's picture books.