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Carrie Beckman carried pioneer spirit into modern times

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Posted: Friday, February 17, 2006 10:00 pm

Long before equality of the sexes became a catch phrase, Lodi's Carrie Beckman showed that a woman could do a man's work.

On New Year's Day 1891, a baby girl was born on a bed in ranch home south of Lodi. She was Fred and Louise (Bohne) Beckman's first child. They named her Carrie.

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