Iroquois Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Worcester, New York



The Iroquois Chapter, NSDAR was organized on December 18, 1913, in Worcester, New York. Mrs. William Augsbury, State Regent at the time, suggested the chapter be named "Iroquois" since many chapters in the area had Indian names. The town of Worcester was on an old Iroquois trail leading across the country to the Delaware Indians. Her suggestion was voted on and accepted on December 8, 1913.

For membership information, please contact Lauren Milavec-Horhota, Chapter Regent.

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