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About DAR

DAR is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization based on documented lineage to someone who fought or gave aid in the American Revolution.  We are dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism. We preserve historic buildings and artifacts; provide contests, awards, and scholarships; and support schools and develop good citizens. We enjoy celebrating the exceptional events in our American history.

DAR History


On October 11, 1890, eighteen women and four men met in Washington, D.C., for the purpose of organizing the Daughters of the American Revolution.  Their first resolution pledged support toward completing the memorial monument to Mary Washington, mother of George Washington.  And so, the first meeting of the DAR was adjourned, having laid the groundwork for a long tradition of patriotic service to the nation.


DAR Facts


Incorporated:  By an Act of Congress in 1896


Objectives:  Historic Preservation, Education, Patriotism


Motto:  God, Home, and Country


Membership:  Over 1,000,000 members, 3,000 chapters in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. International chapters are located in Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, France, Germany, Guam, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom.


Eligibility for Membership:  Any woman who is 18 years or older and can prove lineal descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence is eligible for membership, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background.



NSDAR President General 2022-2025

Pamela Edwards Rouse Wright


Website: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Florida State Society DAR State Regent 2023 - 2025

Cindy Addison


Website: Florida State Society Daughters of the American Revolution




DAR Photo Galleries, Video, Virtual Tours, Online Exhibitions

Today's DAR Video Clip




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