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Marcus Whitman Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Everett, Washington

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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Motto:
God, Home and Country

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Who was Marcus Whitman?

Our Patriot Ancestors

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Why Join the DAR?

Washington State DAR


The Marcus Whitman Chapter
was chartered by the
National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

on June 14, 1911.

The Marcus Whitman Chapter supports and participates in a number of National, State and local projects and activities, including:
* Awards Junior ROTC medals to outstanding cadets from four local high schools
* Donates historical and genealogical books to DAR state and local genealogical libraries.
* Provides comfort items for veterans at the Seattle VA hospital
* Supports state and national "Project Patriot" activities
* Participates in Veteran's Day and other patriotic memorials and celebrations
* Holds lineage workshops
* Assists prospective members with lineage and application preparation
* Supports Americanism

Marcus Whitman Chapter currently averages 40 members, including young patriotic business and professional women, homemakers, retirees, stay at home mothers with young children, grandmothers, and students.

The DAR is the largest women's lineage service organization in America, made up of members in 50 states, Washington, D.C., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.  

The National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, is located in Washington, D.C., and its buildings cover an entire city block near the Washington Monument. It is the largest group of buildings in the world owned and managed by women and includes a large genealogical library and an outstanding museum, which are open to the public.


Please direct any membership inquiries or questions to the Regent, Marcus Whitman Chapter, NSDAR

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Last Updated on Dec. 1, 2013

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