“Today’s DAR” video
This video, hosted on YouTube, highlights
the vibrant, active organization the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is today.

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The Daniel Boone Chapter in Boone, North Carolina (NC), would like to welcome you to our website and a little corner of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We have a vibrant group of members who are from many different states, with many different life experiences. We embrace our patriotism, our country, and enjoy the opportunity to make a difference in the life of our society, our state, and our beloved country.

Please visit our Membership web page to learn more about the Daniel Boone Chapter and how you can become a member of our patriotic organization.

Daniel Boone statue
The bronze statue of Daniel Boone (above) is located on the Appalachian State University Campus in Boone, NC and was created by the late Sherry Edwards, a former professor at the university. Daniel Boone, for whom the Town of Boone is named, camped in this area while on hunting trips. The photo is courtesy of Appalachian State University.

Daniel Boone

Our chapter is named for Daniel Boone, an American pioneer, explorer, and frontiersman whose frontier exploits made him one of the first folk heroes of the United States. Boone was a militia officer during the Revolutionary War, which in Kentucky was fought primarily between the American settlers and the British-aided Native Americans. Following the war, Boone worked as a surveyor and merchant.

Boone, NC

Boone, home of Appalachian State University, is found in northwestern North Carolina, in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is the county seat of present day Watauga County, NC, which was formed on January 27, 1849, from Ashe, Wilkes, Caldwell, and Yancey Counties. On the February 23, 1911, Avery County was formed from parts of Watauga, Caldwell, and Mitchell Counties, thus reducing the size of these counties.

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