Unlike the previous two versions of this booklet shown here, this one is not dated. However, the Spokane Public Library says that it was from 1927. Unlike the previous two editions, this one has many line drawings (highlighted in red) in addition to photographs on the inside pages.
The cover shows the statue of Sacajawea which still stands in Portland’s Washington Park. The statue had been commissioned by Oregon suffragettes, and paid for by donations from women nationwide, to be displayed at Portland’s 1904-1905 Lewis & Clark Exposition. The suffragettes hired a woman from Denver, Alice Cooper, to sculpt the statue. Portland moved the statue to the park after the fair.