Peter Minuit Chapter
New York, New York
The Peter Minuit Chapter was founded in 1969, in New York City. Our Organizing Regent, Vivien Vecchiarelli, and the other charter members worked closely with then-State Regent Adele Erb Sullivan to form a chapter that would meet after the work day to accommodate working women. We continue this tradition today, meeting regularly at sites of historic significance around New York City.
Currently, Peter Minuit has 98 members (including 30 Junior Members,) and 18 associate members. Meeting activities are focused on the three objectives of the NSDAR: historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavor.
Peter Minuit Chapter is known nationally for the enthusiasm and variety of its membership. We often invite speakers to our meetings to deepen our knowledge of American history and heritage and the work of our National Society.
We especially welcome working women with American Revolutionary patriot ancestry to contact us!
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Revised: 29 July 2010
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