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Welcome to DAR!

the New York State Organization, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, established in 1896, is a nonprofit, nonpolitical woman’s volunteer service organization.

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What is the DAR?

The DAR is a nonprofit, nonpolitical woman’s volunteer service organization. Any woman eighteen years and older regardless of religion, color, or race who can trace her ancestry to a participant in the American Revolutionary War is welcome to join our membership.

DAR Service Around the State

Daughters around New York State are involved in their communities in a myriad of ways. From cleaning historic sites, raising funds for veteran honor flights, running book drives for community centers, you'll always find a daughter ready to support the DAR's mission areas of historic preservation, education and patriotism.

Recent New York Highlights

Daughters marked the Revolutionary War patriot and soldier John Nicholas Bleecker in May at Albany Rural Cemetery. (May 2022)

Mohawk Chapter

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Learn More about DAR

The New York State Organization is part of the larger National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

 

Learn about the National Society.

HAVE SOME QUESTIONS?

The DAR has a long and rich history. wondering about how to become a member? Interested in partnering with a DAR chapter?

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