On October 11, 1890, the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded by four remarkable women: Mary Desha, Mary S. Lockwood, Ellen Harden Walworth, and Eugenia Washington. Eight years later, on November 4, 1898, Manhattan Chapter was organized by 12 New York women, including Mrs. Daisy Allen Story, who served as chapter regent 1905-1908, State Regent 1908-1919, and national President General from 1913-1917. More complete details of the chapter are in the book by Esther Ford Wait titled, "History of Manhattan Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, New York, NY, 1898-1936."
Manhattan Bridge (opened in 1909)
is one of three bridges connecting
Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Empire State Building shown in background.
One of the fastest growing DAR chapters in NY State, Manhattan has 55 members and meets on the second Wednesday of the month, fromOctober to December, and February to June, at 11:30 a.m. In addition, brunch meetings are also held on the first Saturday during these same months at 11:00 a.m.
For membership information, please complete the "Contact Us" form listed on this website. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Website created October 18, 2011, by Webmaster Jan Johnpier.
Site updated: December 12, 2011