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gwChartered in 1892, Washington County Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, is one of the oldest chapters in the country. The chapter has been dedicated to the support of veterans, genealogical research, historic preservation, education, and promoting the ideals of our patriot founders for over 120 years.

Our chapter meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month at noon, March through November. Based on the feedback from our members we invite speakers, visit at least one local historical site a year, and meet at a variety of locations.

Do you want to know more about DAR? Are you interested in joining DAR? Many women do not realize they are eligible to join. Visit the National Society's web site for more information. You can also download a colorful pdf brochure, "Today's DAR and You!", that tells you more about the DAR, what we do, and why we do it.

Let us help you discover your patriot ancestor. Members are available to assist you in your genealogy research. Please contact us with any questions you may have regarding the Washington County Chapter, DAR.

"I like being part of something that promotes the things that are important to me and have fun at the same time. I'm typically not a 'joiner' and I was a stranger to the members of this chapter, but I'm so glad I joined!" ~~ Kate, member since 2006