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            Chief Tishomingo Chapter DAR                                      

Iuka, Mississippi                                                                                                                       

Historic Preservation

"To Everything there is a season; a time for every purpose under heaven." Ecclesiastes 3:1.

Historic Preservation

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Genealogical Records

As a result of the work of DAR members, the DAR Library has assembled a tremendous amount of material not available anywhere else in the world. 

Members of our chapter contribute family record pages to be placed in the DAR Library Genealogical Records Collection in Washington and the Mississippi State Genealogy Records Library in Jackson. Additionally, members transcribe local history and genealogy records for our local Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum.

  Historic Preservation

Chief Tishomingo Chapter's involvement in preserving things of historical significance has encompassed a wide variety of projects. Our chapter supports the renovation work of three local landmarks: The Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum, the Burnsville One-Room Colored School, and the Midway School. Click on the links above for additional information.

   Lineage Research

In 1961, the National Society realized it was important to assist potential members with free genealogical services when they needed help completing their application papers.

Chief Tishomingo chapter members assist individuals in preparing DAR applications through an annual lineage workshop and one-one-one contacts. Educational seminars are planned periodically to assist the public in cemetery surveying and other genealogy techniques.

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