The members-only section of DAR.org, the official website of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, contains resources for members-only activities, such as conference registration and awards information. Chapter members-only pages are devoted to Chapter business, including meeting minutes and charitable work.Continue Reading
The public sections of DAR.org contain a great deal of information about the group and its activities. One portion of the site is dedicated to membership information. It outlines membership requirements, including the rule that all prospective members be direct descendants of those who aided the cause of the American Revolution. DAR.org includes a database of chapters and PDF pedigree charts for women who wish to join. A genealogical research tool on the site is designed to help determine whether a woman is eligible.
A link to "American Spirit" magazine allows visitors to access articles in the current issue. DAR provides information on how to subscribe to the magazine, as well as a link to its writers and contributors. In order to highlight the organization's charitable work, the website also provides information about DAR's youth programs, volunteer projects, contests and scholarship programs. It explains how DAR serves American veterans and supports active members of the military.
DAR.org offers information about events scheduled at Constitution Hall, a music and conference venue in Washington, D.C. Information about tickets, a seating map and directions to the Hall are also available on the site. Details about exhibits at the DAR Museum are available on DAR.org as well. Online exhibits allow users to learn about American history from home, while schedules and a calendar of events support those visiting the museum in Washington.Learn more about US History