Continental Hall

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DAR Headquarters —
Memorial Continental Hall
Washington, D.C.

Community Service Award Photo

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Chapter presented the DAR Community Service Award to Note in the Pocket Founder Susan Reiland, honoring her service to our area.


Chapter meetings

DAR Library

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Since its founding in 1896,
the DAR Library has grown
into a specialized collection
of American genealogical
and historical manuscripts
and publications.

The Caswell‐Nash Chapter, NSDAR, welcomes potential new members. Regular meetings take place on the second Friday of the month from September through May. Please contact us (see button at top left) by email for more information about our chapter meetings and activities. By attending a meeting, you will meet members who have the experience to assist you in obtaining your goal of membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

How to join

Any woman, age eighteen and over, who can prove she is a direct descendant of a patriot of the American Revolution eligible to join. Our members can help you locate the necessary proof if you think you are eligible but don’t yet have the documentation. You can visit the National Society DAR membership page for more information. Please contact us (see button at top left) for more information about our chapter or to visit one of our meetings.

Who is a patriot?

A patriot is anyone who supported the cause for American independence. This might be a citizen who served in a government position, such as a juror, someone who served in the military, or someone who gave material aid to troops or the government. Many patriots are already documented, but some are not. For a list of acceptable service see the Accepted Revolutionary War Service page for more information.

State Conference Photo

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Chapter members enjoyed attending our
North Carolina Society DAR State Conference.

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