Tioughnioga Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Cortland, New York

 

 

Over the years, the Tioughnioga Chapter, NSDAR, has followed in the footsteps of Jeannette C. Benton Sherwood, who organized the chapter on November 13, 1900.

"Tioughnioga" is the river that flows through Cortland County. The Delaware Indians gave it this name, meaning "waters with flowers hanging over their banks."

Tioughnioga Chapter has 46 members and meets the second Saturday of each month, except for January and February.

For membership information, please contact the chapter at: TioughniogaDAR@yahoo.com.





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