The National President's Project is the reprinting of the activity
book, "Mount Vernon Hands-On History: A Discovery of 18th Century
Life at the Home of George Washington." Once completed, this
publication will be made available to visitors and school libraries
across the United States - and our local societies across the country
have been hard at work to make this goal a reality.
Our State President's Project is the restoration of two
important artifacts associated with President James K. Polk.
The first item is a silk memorial hand bill, a tribute to the
memory of the departed president. The second item is Sarah
Polk's black lace mittens, worn in her period of mourning for
her dear, departed husband. Through the generosity of our
fellow Tennesseans, DAR Chapters, and C.A.R. Societies, these
artifacts will be preserved for generations to come.
Even the youngest American is still a citizen of our beloved country, and it is
never too early to start participating in the community. These efforts show everyone
how wonderful things can happen when children take an active role in remembering the history and importance of our
National treasures, don't you agree?.
to join us, of course!
Contact us and make plans to attend one of our meetings, where you
can meet new friends and learn more about membership.
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