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  1. SAR Genealogical Research Library to Offer New Summer Hours & Genealogy Workshops


    SAR Genealogical Research Library
  2. Report from the World War II Corps


  3. SAR Magazine now available on-line


    SAR Magazine Cover
  4. Louisville Genealogical Society Tours the SAR Genealogical Research Library


    LGS Members
  5. NSSAR in search of Executive Director


  6. 2011 Congress Information


    The 121st Annual Congress of the Sons of the American Revolution



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  7. The 2011 SAR Annual Conference on the American Revolution

    The National Society Sons of the American Revolution


    The 2011 SAR Annual Conference on the American Revolution

    Slavery & Liberty:

    Black Patriots of the American Revolution

    June 24-26, 2011
    Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
  8. National Americanism Committee announces 2011 Contest Score Sheets and Additional Award


  9. NSSAR on Exhibit at Louisville International Airport


    Items relating to genealogy and SAR programs are on display in this case.
  10. The Cultural Consortium Holds Monthly Meeting at the SAR Genealogical Research Library

    On February 17, 2011, representatives of the top cultural institutions from across the region held their monthly meeting at the SAR Genealogical Research Library in Louisville, KY.  The Cultural Consortium is a group of organizations whose goal is to support one another in the production and implementation of programming geared toward local area school groups.  Members of the consortium meet to discuss collaboration opportunities, best-practice procedures and other issues that face cultural institutions in the region.

  11. Cornerstones of Freedom & Sons of Liberty-1775, by James Muir Now on Exhibit

    Cornerstones of Freedom & Sons of Liberty-1775, by James Muir Now on Exhibit at the SAR Genealogical Research Library & NSSAR Headquarters.
    James Muir, an SAR member, is a renowned bronze sculptor of allegorical art from Sedona, AZ. His work is featured in universities and cultural institutions across the country, including West Point Military Academy and the Thomas Jefferson Library.
    Cornerstones of Freedom
  12. Compatriot U.S. Presidents Exhibit at the SAR Genealogical Research Library

    Did you know that 16 U.S. Presidents became members of the SAR?

    The SAR Genealogical Research Library is proud to now feature a display of the portraits of all 16 Compatriot U.S. Presidents. This exhibit was made possible by the generous support of the George Washington Endowment Fund. The portraits are mounted on custom-built cherry shelves that match the other woodwork in the library.  While this exhibit was previously displayed at the National Headquarters on 4th Street, it now has been updated and moved to the new library.
    Display at Library of Compatriot Presidents
  13. The Mary & James S. Craik Special Collections Room at the SAR Genealogical Research Library

    The Mary & James S. Craik Special Collections Room features museum quality pieces relating to the early history of the Unites States and the American Revolution.  The room is located on the north side of the mezzanine in the SAR Genealogical Research Library.  It is named after SAR member, James Craik, and his wife Mary.  Mr. Craik was a descendant of Dr. James Craik, George Washington’s personal physician.  The Craiks generously donated to the SAR a miniature portrait of Dr. Craik painted by Charles Willson Peale at Valley Forge in the winter of 1778.

  14. Revolutionary War Images Bring Photo Identification Expert & Author Maureen Taylor To SAR

    Internationally known photo identification expert Maureen Taylor will address SAR members and conduct an education program for area students in March during her visit to Louisville, Kentucky.  Taylor has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s The View, and NPR. She travels extensively giving presentations on photo identification, photo preservation, and family history. On Friday, March 11, at the SAR Leadership banquet she will share with SAR members her latest book The Last Muster-Images of the Revolutionary War Generation.

    Last Muster Cover
  15. SAR attends BSA Birthday Bash

    Just 65 miles away from Colonial Williamsburg in the Tidewater Area of Virginia’s coastal region lies Fort A.P. Hill.  This part of our country that is so steeped in our nation’s history was the location of the Boy Scouts of America’s 100th Anniversary Celebration National Jamboree, a distinct milestone of its own.  Bearing the motto “Celebrating the Adventure - Continuing the Journey” this gathering of 35,000 scouts, 6,000 scout leaders, and 7,000 staff  was truly awesome.

    NSSAR At BSA Jambo