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       We would enjoy a visit from you so hop on a plane, train, bus, or in a car and travel to the capitol city of California, known as the "City of Trees" and the "Camellia Capital of America."  Our chapter was formed in 1921 with a group of eighteen patriot Daughters. We now number nearly two hundred.
       The chapter name was chosen to identify with the California State Capitol and because the city sits at the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers.
       Are you eligible to join? There are only two requirements:
              be a woman at least eighteen years of age;
              provide proof of direct descent from an American Revolutionary patriot.
       We would be delighted to help you search for your patriot ancestor. Visit our web pages through the links above to learn all about our chapter and how to contact us. We look forward to meeting you.
  Most of the volunteer work of DAR is accomplished under a committee system which support the DAR objectives of:

                              Historic Preservation
DAR is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.
 Our members are from all walks of life united in supporting the NSDAR and its objectives. We heartily support our serving soldiers, honoring our patriots, and providing for our veterans. Our members are both young and lightly seasoned with many different talents contributing to our volunteer efforts. We meet once a month, September through May, and participate in parades, wreath laying, naturalizations, library displays, and fund raising throughout the year.

Last Updated 10/31/2013 Web Master  Dallas Love            Web design by Dallas Love and Norma Hayden
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