Daughters of the American Revolution

Historic Preservation, Patriotism & Education: Service is given on a local & National venue.

State Resources at Allen County Library| The Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana| The collection of databases of information covers just about every state and region of the country. Some of the databases are available online Those available online are divided into different categories (Indiana resources, other states resources, African-American, Native American, Family Bible Records, Military, and others).

State Resources at Allen County Library

Today's DAR - Part 1 of 5 - Daughters of the American Revolution

This video highlights the vibrant, active organization the DAR is today and reinforces the diversity of its membership and service work.

Daughter of the American Revolution library in Washington DC, go to "Online Research" tab for access to the Genealogical Research System, available to non-members.

Daughter of the American Revolution library in Washington DC, go to "Online Research" tab for access to the Genealogical Research System, available to non-members. DAR & SAR applications are excellent resources .

Daughters of the American Revolution National Headquarters

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, founded in is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization dedicated t.

DAR Offers Free Genealogical Research System

DAR Offers Free Genealogical Research System

Revolutionary War status listed. My Kith N Kin: The Secret Hiding on the 1840 U.S. Census

Revolutionary War status listed. My Kith N Kin: The Secret Hiding on the 1840 U.S. Census

genealogy research tips - Google Search Can't wait to try this.  I have traced both sides of my family back to the late 1600, early 1700s.

Top Tips for Finding Colonial Ancestors

Colonial Militia Soldier during the Revolutionary War - Artist Unknown

Using the DAR

Using the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). In their Ancestor Database, the simple-style search form has you place a surname and given name for an ancestor who might have served in the military or as a civilian during the American Revolution.

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