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DAR Daughters of the American Revolution

Welcome Members & Guests



Eunice Farnsworth - Ruth Heald Cragin Chapter,
Skowhegan - Madison - North Anson in Somerset County, Maine
Maine State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution
invite you to experience
the largest women's patriotic organization in the world!


With over 165,000 members, nearly 3,000 chapters in all 50 states, and 11 foreign countries,
Dar has long promoted patriotism through
commemorative events, memorials, scholarships, activities and programs.


Exploring your Heritage?
Think you have an ancestor
who may have served during the American Revolution?

Did you know DAR accepts proven lineage to those who served in many different capacities,
including patriotic and civil service, NOT JUST patriots on the battlefield or on the sea!
Was your ancestor a town clerk, selectman, constable, or surveyor of highways?
Did he sign an Oath of Allegiance?
Or maybe he was a minister who gave a sermon supporting the American cause. . .


JOIN US as a Guest and experience DAR.

YOU can be a part of this wonderful organization 
and promote patriotism, historical research
and love of country through our numerous programs.
Some programs include Veterans Affairs, Genealogy, Women's Issues,
Conservation, Literacy, Friends of the Library, and so much more.
 You're sure to find programs of interest within our committees!

Serving Somerset County communities in the greater Skowhegan area, 
our members hail from Canaan, Cornville, Jackman, Lexington Twp, Madison, Moscow, 
Norridgewock, North Anson, Pittsfield, Skowhegan, Smithfield and beyond!

Watch for our meeting notice in the local newspaper!

Maine State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution

The objectives of our Society, the Daughters of the American Revolution are:

"to perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence; 

to cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom; to foster true patriotism and love of country; 

and to aid in securing for mankind all the blessings of liberty."

DAR Motto :

God Home & Country

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Eunice Farnsworth - Ruth Heald Cragin Chapter member, Kathy M. Palmer

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Last Update : January 14, 2013

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