The members of the Texas Society Daughters of the American Revolution share several common bonds. Each descends from someone who served the cause of American independence. We are also women who are interested in making a difference in their communities through projects focusing on historic preservation, patriotism, and education.
DAR promotes its objectives through committee work. The committees are diverse and cover a multitude of different interests. American Heritage, Conservation, Commemorative Events, American History, Service for Veterans, Lineage Research, and Women’s Issues are just a few of the committees. No matter what your interests might be, DAR has a committee you will enjoy.
DAR is the nation’s oldest women’s service organization, founded in 1890. Membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution is open to any woman 18 years or older who can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who served the cause of American independence. Consider joining the more than 18,000 active Texas DAR members.
The National Society has verified the lineages of more than 900,000 Daughters since its founding in 1890. For a complete description of DAR membership requirements, visit our national website.
There are 200 chapters throughout the State of Texas; at least one is local to you.
For DAR membership in the State of Texas, please email our state membership chairman.