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Welcome to the
New York City Chapter of the DAR

Our chapter, founded as DAR Charter #2, has a rich history dating from the 1890s and a multigenerational membership. Click on Chapter History for details.

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in Washington, D.C., on October 11, 1890. Today the non-profit, non-political society has 168,000 members and 3,000 chapters in all 50 states and around the world. We support the NDSAR's schools, scholarships and other programs through annual donations and fundraising activities.

The New York City Chapter welcomes all women interested in our NSDAR's objectives of historic preservation, promotion of education and patriotic endeavors to learn more about our chapter's projects and how our work in the community allows us to meet these objectives. Click on Volunteer Activities for details on the work we do in New York City.

If your ancestors were patriots in the American Revolution, we would love to meet you. Click on Upcoming Events for details.

Interested in learning how to join the New York City Chapter? Great! We can't wait to meet you. Please contact Allison Valvano for more information. For membership information found on our national site, click here.



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This site was last updated on 11/9/16.