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  1. President General Dooley meets with Irish Ambassador

    On Thursday, April 3, 2014, President General Dooley met with Her Excellency Ann Anderson, Ambassador of Ireland to the United States, at the Irish Embassy in Washington, D.C.  PG Dooley described the SAR's upcoming pilgrimage to Ireland, in which nearly 100 compatriots and spouses will participate in May 2014.  PG Dooley also presented Ambassador Anderson with the SAR International Medal and the Commodore John Barry Medal (the medal commissioned for the Ireland trip).  The PG was accompanied by aides-de-camp Michael J.

    PG meets Irish Ambassador
  2. State Societies' Education Outreach Programs

     

    NSSAR State societies' education outreach programs


     


    The NSSAR offers many educational oppertunities at the National, State and Local levels.  Below is a listing of the oppertunities that your local SAR is participating in.

    The following links will Jump you to that part of the list:

  3. NSSAR Americanism Committee announces 2014 Contest Score Sheets Rollout

     

    NSSAR Americanism Committee announces 2014 Contest Score Sheets Rollout

    By: Mark C Anthony, Chairman

  4. 233rd Anniversary: Victory at the Battle of Cowpens

    President General Joseph Dooley of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution leads 233rd anniversary celebration of Patriot victory at the Battle of Cowpens Jan. 18

    See video
  5. Who Was the 2ND Signer?

    josiah BartlettJosiah Bartlett was born 21 Nov 1729 in Amesbury, Massachusetts to Stephen and Hannah (Webster) Bartlett. From the time he was a boy, he was determined to become a doctor, and after five years of study, opened his medical practice in Kingston, New Hampshire in 1750.
    josiah Bartlett
  6. The 2013 Wreaths Across America Proclamation from President General Dooley

  7. French Documentary Team Records NSSAR Naturalization Ceremony

                                                         

     

  8. NSSAR Collaborates with the McConnell Center to Host Professional Development on George Washington for Area Teachers

                                                         

    In collaboration with the University of Louisville’s McConnell Center, on Friday evening, November 8, 2013, the NSSAR hosted over 20 area social studies teachers for a sneak peak of the “Many Faces of George Washington” exhibit.

     

  9. NSSAR Hosts 3rd Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

                                                             

  10. PG Dooley Speaks at the Battle of Point Pleasant Commemoration

    PG Dooley Speaks at the Battle of Point Pleasant Commemoration.

     

    Video courtesy of the West Virginia Society SAR

     

     

     

     

     

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  11. Book Review: Following the Drum by Nancy K. Loane

    Following the Drum --
    Women at the Valley Forge Encampment

    by Nancy K. Loane (Potomac Books, Washington DC, 2009)

    a book review by Ralph D. Nelson, Jr., Historian for the FLSSAR

    Man or woman -- if you wish to understand the roles of women in the military during the War of Independence this is a book you should read.

     

  12. The Passing of a World War II Patriot who was sworn in to the Sons of the American Revolution

    Bud Hawk's Medal of Honor
    World War II Patriot is sworn in to the Sons of the American Revolution

     

    Bud Hawk's Medal of Honor
  13. Veterans Recognition Committee

     

  14. President General Joseph W. Dooley's presentation to the American Legion

    The following is President General Joseph W. Dooley's presentation and greetings to the American Legion during their 95th National Convention in Houston, Texas. 

    PG Dooley presented National Commander James E. Koutz with the NSSAR Distinguished Patriotic Leadership Award.

     

  15. New Addition to the SAR Library: The National Society, Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters

    New Addition to the SAR Library 
     
    The National Society, Sons and Daughters of Antebellum Planters, 1607-1861 was organized on 17 Oct 1997 in Washington, D.C.