God, Home, and Country


Historic Preservation

  • DAR marks graves of local American Revolutionary War figures, supports the preservation of local historical sites, monuments, and documents, and participate in local historic events.

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  • DAR sponsors American History Essay Contest for grades five through eight, sponsor DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest for high school seniors, and support local and DAR schools.

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  • DAR sponsors Constitution Week events, participates in naturalization ceremonies, supports United States veterans and troops currently serving, and participates in patriotic events.

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Why Join?

To honor the legacy of your Patriot ancestor.

To help preserve our nation's history.

To foster patriotism.

To participate in community service projects.

To support veterans.


The DAR Museum contains over 30,000 historic relics forming a memory of America from 1700-1850.

Founded in 1890.

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The DAR Library has one of the largest collections of genealogical material in the country and is open to the public.

Founded in 1896.

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Due to its elegance and resemblance to the White House, many popular television shows, movies, and documentaries are filmed at DAR Headquarters.

Designated as a Registered National Historic Landmark in 1935.

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