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        Narcissa Prentiss House

        Born during the Second Great Awakening, Narcissa showed an early interest in missionary work. In 1836, she married Dr. Marcus Whitman and set off for what would become the state of Washington. Narcissa was ambitious and adventurous; however, her work with the Native Americans was cut short when disputes between new settlers culminated in a massacre that left Narcissa and 12 others dead. Today, people can visit her native home and view artifacts from her family.

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