About Our Chapter


 

 

For more than a century members of the Louisa St. Clair Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution have served the Detroit metropolitan community with a particular focus on education, historical preservation and patriotism. Our endeavors include:

Historic Preservation

  • Support local, state and national museums
  • Support historical societies and archives
  • Identify, mark and preserve historical sites

Education

  • Sponsor American History essay contests for students
  • Award scholarships to area high school seniors
  • Donate books to libraries
  • Volunteer and support for area literacy programs
  • Sponsor genealogical workshops

Patriotism

  • Distribute Flags and patriotic material to new citizens, schools and community groups
  • Award DAR Good Citizen and Youth Citizenship medals to area youth
  • Award DAR Outstanding Cadet medals to area military-affiliated program cadets
  • Support area conservation efforts including reforestation and beautification
  • Participate in area events celebrating and commemorating patriotic holidays
  • Sponsor the John Paul Jones Society (Children of the American Revolution) for youth under the age of 22


We are a non-profit, non-political, women’s service organization that meets regularly and enjoys the society of enthusiastic and patriotic women. We welcome new members who are able to document their direct lineage to an ancestor who served the American War For Independence either as a soldier or as a citizen who aided the effort.

Please visit our Patriot page and contact us for help with your family genealogy.  We would be pleased to invite you to one of our meetings.  

For additional information about joining the DAR, genealogical resources, and the location of chapters in Michigan, please go to the DAR of Michigan web site.  You may also contact the National Society for applications, research tips, and assistance as well as the hours of operation of the DAR Museum and Library. 




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