Welcome  

The Astoria Chapter - The chapter at the end of the Lewis and Clark Trail.  We are proud to have members from all around Oregon and Washington.  Our chapter was organized in 1920 and chartered in 1921. Meetings are held year-round and vary as to date and time to allow attendance for the variety of schedules of our members.  You can find out when and where our next meeting will be by contacting any of our officers.

The Captain George Flavel House:

Flavel House

The historic Flavel House in Astoria was constructed in 1885. It is one of numerous historic buildings in Astoria. (Photo No. clatDA0032a) photography by Gary Halvorson Oregon State Archives.

About Astoria

Astoria, the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, is located at the end of the Lewis and Clark Trail along the south banks of the Columbia River and the north banks of Young's Bay.  We are only a few miles from the Pacific Ocean.

Membership

Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American Independence. She must provide documentation for each statement of birth, marriage, and death. Our Registrar will assist you with your lineage, please click here for more information.


  Favorite Links