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Join Our Chapter

Membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution is open to any woman who can prove lineal blood descent from an ancestor who served the cause of American independence between 1775 and 1783. It opens the doors of opportunity to join more than 177,000 active women, world-wide, who share a common bond in the ancestral history of the founding of the United States. The DAR is a distinguished group of women who share a rich heritage and spirit.

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Finding Your Lineage

Do you have a mother, aunt, grandmother or first cousin in the DAR? If so, please proceed to Step 3.

If no known relative was in the DAR, your first step toward membership requires establishing your lineage. The following links are provided to assist you with completing a pedigree chart.

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Identify Your Patriot Ancestor

Once you have followed your lineage, you can begin to identify potential patriots. Service to the cause for independence can be proven in many ways. The following links will assist you in determining eligibility of civil or patriotic service for your patriot.

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Application Process

Our Chapter offers a monthly workshop or a scheduled meeting to assist prospective members. A volunteer genealogist will help organize your lineage. Please check our Events Calendar for time and date for workshop dates. To work directly with a volunteer genealogist just complete our Membership Interest Form.

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