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by Logan Camporeale

Logan Camporeale

I am a broadly trained public historian with experience in local history research, archives, digital storytelling, historic preservation, community engagement, and project management. I have an M.A. in History from Eastern Washington University and I am the Volunteer Coordinator at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

You can contact me via Twitter @thelocalhistory or by email at alocalhistorian[at]gmail.com

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  1. I just read your article in Nostalgia Magazine, re: Maud Johnson. There is indeed proof of her marriage to Thomas F. Johnson. She used her middle name and her first husband’s name: Myrtle M. Mitchell married Thomas F. Johnson in Lewis County on 9/16/1906. Check it out on Washington Digital Archives: https://digitalarchives.wa.gov/Record/View/CB4C30B83B8BFED26E8EBD58F39FDB73?Print=true.

    • Logan Camporeale

      April 1, 2018 at 9:28 am

      Kathryn,
      Thank you for your comment and the link. Since writing that Nostalgia article, I have discovered an abundance of additional information about Maud including that marriage record on WSADA. I am working on a much longer piece on Maud and I will be sure to post on my blog when it is published.

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