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but do you know:
WHO WE ARE?
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CONTACT Registrar Lanita Duke.
Our chapter is proud to have her as our registrar; her training and years of experience as a genealogist are first-rate.
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This video highlights the vibrant, active organization the DAR is today, and reinforces the diversity of its membership and service work. While just a snapshot of the multitude of efforts of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, the video captures an overview of the grassroots service programs and members that make the DAR so special and worthwhile. ...
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Last updated November 5, 2011
The DAR Library, housed in Memorial Continental Hall, is an inviting place to visit as well as to conduct research. Those looking for more information about their ancestors may find it in the DAR Library, which has an extensive array of genealogical resources. Many of these items are not available elsewhere.