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Full Results of 2012 Americanism & President General’s Streamer Contests

The NSSAR Americanism Committee is please to publish the Full Results for the Allene Wilson Groves Americanism (chapters), Liberty Bell Americanism (state societies), and the President General’s Streamer and President General’s Cup contests for 2012. The winners were recognized at the 2013 NSSAR Annual Congress in Kansas City.

Please note that per Americanism Committee policy, chapters and state societies are not permitted to win in consecutive years unless there is no other entrant in that category.  If the chapter or state society reports the highest total points in consecutive years, that chapter or society is awarded an honorable mention, and the next highest total is declared the winner.

Allene Wilson Groves Americanism

(recognizes best outreach programs supporting SAR programs)

Chapters with 1-49 Members:

(1) Simon Kenton (KY) – 10,427(26) Independence (TX) – 1,057
(2) Robert Rankin (TX) - 9,005(27) Hiwassee (TN) - 945
(3) Blue Ridge Mountains (GA) - 7,482(28) Doctor George Mosse (SC) – 870
(4) Halifax Resolves (NC) – 6,246(29) General Anthony Wayne (PA) – 812
(5) Daniel Morgan (SC) – 5,050(30) Battle of Eutaw Springs (SC) – 760
(6) Athens (TX) – 4,680(31) General Andrew Pickens (SC) – 711
(7) Colonel Robert Anderson (SC) – 4,830(32) Colonel Anthony Bledsoe (TN) – 600
(8) Watauga (TN) – 4,031(33) James Madison (TN) – 535
(9) Casimir Pulaski (GA) – 3,380(34) Colonel John Seward (KS) – 520
(10) Camp Charlotte (OH) – 3,115(35) Christopher Strong (TN) – 476
(11) Thomas Nelson Jr (VA) – 2,863(36) General Francis Marion (SC) – 431
(12) Monticello (KS) – 2,785(37) General Joseph Martin (TN) – 380
(13) Redlands (CA) – 2,580(38) Texas Tech (TX) – 370 (via tiebreaker)
(14) East Fork Trinity (TX) – 2,520(39) Thomas Kilgore (TN) – 370
(15) General John Elmore (AL) – 2,435(40) General Henry Knox (OH) – 368
(16) Colonel George Waller (VA) – 2,415(41) Henry Leavenworth (KS) – 340
(17) Salisbury (NC) – 1,934(42) Charles Robinson (KS) – 325
(18) Kings Mountain (TN) – 1,925(43) Edward Telfair (GA) – 300
(19) Colonel William Bratton (SC) – 1,694(44) Colonel Joseph Kershaw (SC) – 270
(20) Cambridge (SC) – 1,410(45) Matthew Singleton (SC) – 250
(21) Joseph Greer (TN) – 1,260(46) Tomigbee (TN) – 185
(22) Denton (TX) – 1,245(47) Henry Laurens (SC) – 175
(23) General James Williams (SC) – 1,205(48) Godfrey Dreher (SC) – 125
(24) Wiregrass (GA) – 1,150(49) Paul Revere (TX) – 90
(25) Colonel Lemuel Benton (SC) – 1,101(50) Fort Scott (KS) – 75

Chapters with 50-99 Members:

(1) Governor Isaac Shelby (TN) – 11,855 (Honorable Mention)(17) Governor Paul Hamilton (SC) – 3,261
(2) Piedmont (GA) – 10,909 (Winner)(18) Stephen Holston (TN) – 3,153
(3) Button Gwinnett (GA) – 6,459(19) Orange County (CA) – 3,151
(4) Mecklenburg (NC) – 5,910(20) Captain William Barron (TX) – 2,675
(5) Atlanta (GA) – 5,781(21) Saguaro (AZ) – 2,580
(6) Tucson (AZ) – 4,850(22) Governor Joseph Hiester (PA) – 2,440
(7) Colonel James Wood II (VA) – 4,390(23) George Mason (VA) – 2,277
(8) Joseph Habersham (GA) – 4,260(24) Washington (KS) – 1,895
(9) Athens (GA) – 4,093(25) Culpepper Minutemen (VA) – 1,855
(10) Sgt Lawrence Everhart (MD) – 4,050(26) Thomas Jefferson (VA) – 1,795
(11) Captain John Collins (GA) – 4,039(27) Caloosa (FL) – 1,712
(12) Gold Country (CA) – 3,665(28) Pikes Peak (CO) – 1,477
(13) Marquis de Lafayette (GA) – 3,504(29) Richard Montgomery (OH) – 1,270
(14) Lower Cape Fear (NC) – 3,445(30) John Sevier (TN) – 1,221
(15) Brevard (FL) – 3,433(31) Colonel Thomas Taylor (SC) – 760
(16) Piney Woods (TX) – 3,383(32) Lafayette (OH) – 320

Chapters with 100-199 Members:

(1) Delaware Crossing (KS) – 5,592(6) Colonel Benjamin Cleveland (TN) – 1,465
(2) Cincinnati (OH) – 4,450(7) Pittsburgh (PA) – 1,330
(3) Tennessee Valley (AL) – 4,105(8) Lt Andrew Crockett (TN) – 1,256
(4) Plano (TX) – 3,776(9) Major General William Moultrie (SC) – 1,244
(5) Hill Country (TX) – 2,625(10) Patrick Henry (TX) – 600

Chapters with 200+ Members:

(1) San Antonio (TX) – 8,257(4) Philadelphia-Continental (PA) – 3,740
(2) Western Reserve Society (OH) – 6,870(5) General Richard Montgomery (AL) – 3,063
(3) Dallas (TX) – 3,976(6) George Washington (VA) – 2,250

 

President General’s Streamer

(recognizes best internal reporting and support of SAR programs)

Chapters with 1-49 Members:

(1) Colonel Robert Anderson (SC) – 4,415(26) Colonel George Waller (VA) – 640
(2) Monticello (KS) – 4,290(27) Joseph Greer (TN) – 605
(4) Paul Revere (TX) – 3,450(29) Athens (TX) – 590
(5) Edward Telfair (GA) – 3,140(30) Casimir Pulaski (GA) – 540
(6) Robert Rankin (TX) – 3,006(31) General Francis Marion (SC) – 535
(7) Simon Kenton (KY) – 2,627(32) Watauga (TN) – 515
(8) General John Elmore (AL) – 2,360(33) General James Williams (SC) – 490
(9) Cambridge (SC) – 2,245(34) Fort Scott (KS) – 460
(10) Blue Ridge Mountains (GA) – 1,990(35) Wiregrass (GA) – 430
(11) Colonel William Bratton (SC) – 1,935(36) Tombigbee (TN) – 395
(12) Henry Leavenworth (KS) – 1,880(37) General Henry Knox (OH) – 385
(13) Colonel Lemuel Benton (SC) – 1,500(38) Matthew Singleton (SC) – 380
(14) Thomas Nelson Jr (VA) – 1,380(39) Denton (TX) – 365
(15) Christopher Strong (TN) – 1,145(40) Godfrey Dreher (SC) – 355
(16) Doctor George Mosse (SC) – 1,090(41) Texas Tech (TX) – 350
(17) Salisbury (NC) – 1,075(42) Charles Robinson (KS) – 230 (via tiebreaker)
(18) East Fork Trinity (TX) – 965(43) Henry Laurens (SC) – 230
(19) Battle of Eutaw Springs (SC) – 890(44) Thomas Kilgore (TN) – 216
(20) Kings Mountain (TN) – 870(45) James Madison (TN) – 195
(21) Hiwassee (TN) – 810(46) Colonel Joseph Kershaw (SC) – 190
(22) Independence (TX) – 775(47) General Anthony Wayne (PA) – 130 (via tiebreaker)
(23) Colonel John Seward (KS) – 755(48) Colonel Anthony Bledsoe (TN) – 130
(24) Camp Charlotte (OH) – 715(49) Redlands (CA) – 60
(25) Halifax Resolves (NC) – 650(50) General Joseph Martin (TN) – 45

Chapters with 50-99 Members:

(1) Atlanta (GA) – 6,818(17) Athens (GA) – 2,205
(2) Marquis de Lafayette (GA) – 5,680(18) Brevard (FL) – 2,195
(3) Tucson (AZ) – 5,225(19) Governor Joseph Hiester (PA) – 2,160
(4) Orange County (CA) – 5,035(20) Colonel Thomas Taylor (SC) – 2,040
(5) Piedmont (GA) – 4,995(21) Colonel James Wood II (VA) – 2,020
(6) Gov Isaac Shelby (TN) – 4,920(22) Captain John Collins (GA) – 1,900
(7) Caloosa (FL) – 4,280(23) Piney Woods (TX) – 1,855
(8) George Mason (VA) – 3,910(24) Saguaro (AZ) – 1,595
(9) John Sevier (TN) – 3,555(25) Lower Cape Fear (NC) – 1,550
(10) Joseph Hambersham (GA) – 3,275(26) Gold Country (CA) – 1,425
(11) Governor Paul Hamilton (SC) – 2,915(27) Washington (KS) – 1,190
(12) Thomas Jefferson (VA) – 2,785(28) Stephen Holston (TN) – 1,180
(13) Mecklenburg (NC) – 2,695(29) Captain William Barron (TX) – 1,085
(14) Sgt Lawrence Everhart (MD) – 2,635(30) Lafayette (OH) – 850
(15) Button Gwinnett (GA) – 2,615(31) Culpepper Minutemen (VA) – 175
(16) Pikes Peak (CO) – 2,410(32) Richard Montgomery (OH) – 140

Chapters with 100-199 Members:

(1) Tennessee Valley (AL) – 6,600(6) Cincinnati (OH) – 2,170
(2) Delaware Crossing (KS) – 5,155(7) Pittsburgh (PA) – 2,150
(3) Colonel Benjamin Cleveland (TN) – 4,335(8) Patrick Henry (TX) – 1,330
(4) Major General William Moultrie (SC) – 3,825(9) Plano (TX) – 910
(5) Lt Andrew Crockett (TN) – 2,845(10) Hill Country (TX) – 665

Chapters with 200+ Members:

(1) Western Reserve Society (OH) – 8,670(4) George Washington (VA) – 7,000
(2) General Richard Montgomery (AL) – 7,300(5) Philadelphia-Continental (PA) – 5,365
(3) San Antonio (TX) – 7,115(6) Dallas (TX) – 4,115

 

Liberty Bell Americanism

(recognizes best outreach programs supporting SAR programs)

State Societies with 1-199 Members:

No Entries

State Societies with 200-499 Members:

(1) Connecticut – 7,663 (Honorable Mention)
(2) Arizona – 6,365 (Winner)
(3) Colorado – 4,747

State Societies with 500-999 Members:

(1) North Carolina – 24,233(3) Kansas – 11,777
(2) South Carolina – 23,828(4) Tennessee – 11,440

State Societies with 1,000+ Members:

(1) Texas – 42,762311 (Honorable Mention)(3) Virginia – 13,355
(2) Ohio – 14,208 (Winner)(4) Pennsylvania – 10,475

 

President General’s Streamer

(recognizes best internal reporting and support of SAR programs)

State Societies with 1-999 Members:

(1) North Carolina – 44,265(5) Arizona – 26,370
(2) Kansas – 40,705(6) Connecticut – 10,100
(3) South Carolina – 29,025(7) Colorado – 5,570
(4) Tennessee – 27,950 

State Societies with 1,000+ Members:

(1) Texas – 63,796 (Honorable Mention)(3) Virginia – 27,430
(2) Ohio – 32,930 (Winner)(4) Pennsylvania – 23,675

 

President General’s Cup

(recognizes the top chapter in nation based on overall program – chapters must register points in 12 of 16 categories to be eligible for consideration)

Chapters with 1-80 Members:

(1) Halifax Resolves (NC) – 392.20(19) Thomas Nelson Jr (VA) – 92.24
(2) Robert Rankin (TX) – 333.64(20) Monticello (KS) – 91.07
(3) Blue Ridge Mountains (GA) – 224.38(21) Athens (GA) – 89.97
(4) Simon Kenton (KY) – 224.38(22) Cambridge (SC) – 89.87
(5) Gov. Isaac Shelby (KY) – 193.01(23) Lower Cape Fear (NC) – 83.75
(6) Colonel Robert Anderson (SC) – 172.25(24) Kings Mountain (TN) – 77.19
(7) Daniel Morgan (SC) – 163.16(25) Gold Country (CA) – 72.75
(8) Watauga (TN) – 146.46(26) Captain John Collins (GA) – 71.55
(9) Button Gwinnett (GA) – 13.20(27) Colonel James Wood II (VA) – 66.08
(10) Camp Charlotte (OH) – 121.24(28) Colonel George Waller (VA) – 65.79
(11) Athens (TX) – 111.41(29) Pikes Peak (CO) – 63.48
(12) Colonel William Bratton (SC) – 110.16(30) Piney Woods (TX) – 63.11
(13) General John Elmore (AL) – 102.02(31) Caloosa (FL) – 62.51
(14) Joseph Habersham (GA) – 100.70(32) Stephen Holston (TN) – 59.43
(15) Governor Paul Hamilton (SC) – 99.03(33) General Andrew Pickens (SC) – 50.87
(16) Atlanta (GA) – 97.04(34) George Mason (VA) – 49.92
(17) Marquis de Lafayette (GA) – 96.64(35) Colonel Thomas Taylor (SC) – 31.55
(18) East Fork Trinity (TX) – 95.63(36) Independence (TX) – 29.77

Chapters with 81+ Members:

(1) Piedmont (GA) – 136.26 (Honorable Mention)(9) Brevard (FL) – 47.71
(2) Mecklenburg (NC) – 98.91 (Winner)(10) Western Reserve Society (OH) – 31.73
(3) Delaware Crossing (KS) – 80.80(11) General Richard Montgomery (AL) – 30.55
(4) Orange County (CA) – 72.59(12) Major General William Moultrie (SC) – 30.35
(5) San Antonio (TX) – 66.83(13) John Sevier (TN) – 29.37
(6) Tennessee Valley (AL) – 64.38(14) George Washington (VA) – 25.65
(7) Sgt Lawrence Everhart (MD) – 48.44(15) Dallas (TX) – 23.79
(8) Cincinnati (OH) – 48.17(16) Philadelphia-Continental (PA) – 22.04