Daughters of the American Revolution are mothers, sisters, daughters, wives, teachers, engineers, public profile women, librarians, volunteers, store clerks, nurses, doctors, civil service workers, women from every walk of life. They each have one thing in common... an ancestor that helped win our independence in the fight for Liberty in the American Revolution War.
The NSDAR (National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution) is located in Washington D.C., with chapters all over the globe.
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