Oregon State Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Together We Can Preserve the Past, Protect the Present
and Provide for the Future


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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

The Oregon State Society Daughters of the American Revolution began with the formation of the Multnomah Chapter in Portland by Mrs. Mary Phelps Montgomery in 1896. There are 37 chapters in Oregon with over 1775 members.

The Oregon Daughters work at carrying out the objectives of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution:

  • Historic Preservation: The Oregon Daughters own, operate and maintain FOUR MUSEUMS. 
  • Promotion of Education: The Oregon Daughters and their individual chapters provide many scholarships to students. The Daughters sponsor American History essay contests.
  • Patriotic: The Oregon Daughters actively work with veterans, new citizens, and our armed forces.

2012-2014 State Regent's Project

To create funding to promote Historic Preservation by placement of DAR markers at historic sites throughout the state of Oregon. 

SCRIPTURES: John 13:34  Love One Another As He Has Loved You.
I Corinthians 13:4 Love is Patient, Love is Kind.

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Oregon State Society Museums

Caples House
Caples House

Newell House Museum &
Pioneer Mothers Cabin

Schminck Memorial Museum

Schminck Memorial Museum

2012-2014 State Officers

Oregon Chapters Online

Patriot Index Lookup

Scholarship Information
Chemawa Indian School Information

Selected Links

Today's DAR

SYMBOL: Heart 

Pink Rose is a symbol for love and gratitude. The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol for charity, joy and compassion. 



The DAR Insignia is the property of, and is copyrighted by, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Web hyperlinks to non-DAR sites are not the responsibility of the NSDAR, the state organizations, or individual DAR chapters.
Sara Greer,  Webmaster

Oregon Picture Credits: Paul Kuiper Productions & M. Sieracki;  Slide show: G. Massimo
Clip art copyrighted by Bobbie Peachey,  http://webclipart.about.com

Page last updated 02/01/2014

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