Columbia Chapter, DAR
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Located in the state's capital city Columbia, South Carolina
South Carolina:
The First Chapter
in South Carolina

Chartered May 10, 1893
Our Objectives
Historic Preservation
Promotion of Education
Patriotic Endeavor
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Revolutionary Battles in South Carolina
The Columbia Chapter has celebrated over one hundred years of service to South Carolina.  Twenty-three charter members met in February 1892  in South Carolina's capital city of Columbia, to begin the Columbia Chapter. The charter was established on May 10, 1893, making this the oldest chapter as well as the first patriotic organization of women established in South Carolina.
Daughters today have continued to strive to meet the objectives of the members that served before them.  Members volunteer countless hours educating children about their country's history as well as visiting with the veterans at Dorn's Veteran Hospital.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer  service organization with nearly 180,000 women in nearly 3,000 chapters in each of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, Australia, Canada, France, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Japan, Bahamas, Bermuda, Germany and Spain.
Web hyperlinks to non-DAR sites are not the responsibility of the NSDAR, the state organizations, or individual DAR chapters.

Created 11/4/1998
Updated 2/1/2009
Congratulations to our
2008 South Carolina State Outstanding Junior
Angela Cox.

2006 South Carolina State Outstanding Junior
Randa Downs.
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution South Carolina
Daughters of the American Revolution
E-mail the Columbia Chapter for membership information.
Website created and maintained by Angela Cooksey Cox.