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NSDAC Insignia
Minnesota State Society
Daughters of the American Colonists

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Jamestown -- founded 14 May 1607 by the Virginia Company

National Society Objectives
Patriotic  -  Historical  -  Educational
spacer Oak Leaf To commemorate, research, record and publish the history and deeds of the American Colonists.
spacer Oak Leaf To inculcate and foster love of the United States and its institutions by its citizens and residents.
spacer Oak Leaf To obey America's laws and venerate its Flag, the emblem of its power and civic righteousness—the emblem of freedom.

DAC National Headquarters
DAC National Headquarters - Washington, DC
Areas of Emphasis
Veterans Services
Historic Landmarks and Memorials
Colonial and Genealogical Records
Patriotic Education
National Awards

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Minnesota State Society

Organized 27 September 1922
Incorporated 24 June 1924

The 2012--2015 Administration

State Regent -- Jacqueline M. Koechlein
Vice Regent -- Nancy Hagen
Chaplain -- Lois Morlock
Recording Secretary -- Mary Wold
Corresponding Secretary -- Faye Vork
Treasurer -- Marveen Minish
Registrar -- Donette Kranz
Historian -- Alice Mueller
Librarian -- Roberta L. Everling

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
Third Thursdays -- 11:30 am
September, November, January, March, May
 Lunch -- Business Meeting -- Program

2015 Dates & Programs
May 2015 "Report on the 94th General Assembly"

92nd State Assembly --  March 2015
Annual Luncheon & Business Meeting
Annual Reports of Officers & Committee Chairs
Memorial Service

94rd General Assembly -- April 2015
Washington, DC

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Bronze Plaque Markers in Minnesota

Commemorating Father Louis Hennepin
Standing on this Site
An Emissary of LaSalle
The First White Man
To See These Falls
Christened Them
July 1680

This Tablet is Erected in His Honor
By the Minnesota Society
Daughters of the American Colonists

Located in Lucy Wilder Morris Park, east of St. Anthony Falls at 6th St SE, Minneapolis

To Perpetuate
The Memory of
The Sioux or Dakota Indians
Who Occupied This Region
for More Than Two Centuries
Prior to the Treaties of 1851

This Tablet is Erected by the
Minnesota Society
Daughters of the American Colonists

In Memory of Dakota Indians
Located near 37th St and East Calhoun Parkway, Minneapolis
Commemorating Father Louis Hennepin
On July 1 - 1850
Louis Hennepin
Left This Place
To Discover the
St. Anthony Falls

Marked by the
Daughters of the American Colonists

Located at the Rum River junction with the Mississippi River, Anoka

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Use of Bronze Plaque Photographs courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society

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