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Princess Sehoy Chapter Camelia-Alabama State Flower
Birmingham, Alabama
Daughters of the American Revolution
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   The Chapter was named for American Indian Princess Sehoy of the Muskogee Nation, Tribe of the Wind.  She married Captain Marchand, a Frenchman who was Commandant of Fort Toulouse in Alabama, in the early 1700s.  Her early descendants played a significant part in American history.
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     The members of the Princess Sehoy Chapter are dedicated to the spirit of patriotism, the preservation of our nation's history and its heritage, and the promotion of education.

     We are also proud of our beautiful City of Birmingham, an outstanding example of a progressive southern metropolis.

For membership information contact:  Jyl Hardy
Webmaster:  Bill Penn
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This site was developed by Dr. William Penn
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Approved by the National Society on June 18, 2005
This site was last updated February 24, 2015.
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