A stretch of open grassland with scattered clumps of trees, was named for John Tucker Scott, who settled here in 1854. Two of his children won prominence as journalists; Harvey W. Scott, veteran editor of The Oregonian, a Portland daily, and Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway, editor, writer, and pioneer advocate of woman suffrage. Today, Scott’s Prairie has given way to expanded residential and industrial growth from Shelton.
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