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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

The Daughters of the American Revolution is an organization with a deeply rich history while also being truly relevant in today's world.  More than 930,000 women have joined the organization since it was founded over 125 years ago.  They became members to honor their heritage as well as make a difference in their community, across the country and the world.  Learn more about the amazing history of the DAR and what members are doing today to continue that legacy.

To learn more about the history of the DAR and today's DAR please feel free to explore the NSDAR website.

On April 11, 1891, Elizabeth Travel Bell became the first daughter to join NSDAR from the State of South Carolina.  On May 10, 1892, the very first DAR chapter, the Columbia Chapter, was organized in Columbia,  South Carolina.  

To learn more about the South Carolina NSDAR please visit southcarolinansdar.org.  

South Carolina National Society Daughters of the American Revolution