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  1. Who Was the 1st Signer?


    John HancockJohn Hancock was born 12 Jan 1737 in Braintree, Massachusetts and educated at Harvard College.  His occupation was that of a merchant.

    John Hancock
  2. Veterans Recognition Committee


  3. NSSAR Celebrates its National Volunteers


  4. New issue of The SAR Color Guardsman has been posted

    A new issue of The SAR Color Guardsman has been posted.  


  5. The Center for Advancing America’s Heritage Participates In Kentucky Council for the Social Studies



  6. Instructions: Americanism / President General's Streamer



  7. NSSAR Represented at Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference in Birmingham, AL



  8. Report from the leadership meeting


    Were you unable to attend the leadership meeting?


    A brief summary of the work of the various committees has been assembled and posted for your information.


  9. Genealogy Seminar - Recruiting and Qualifying the Prospective Member

    Genealogy Seminar - Cracking the Code on Recruiting, Efficiently Qualifying, and Retaining the Member

  10. SAR Genealogical Research Library Participates in Kentuckiana Family Research Conference

    Attendees visit the SAR Genealogical Research Library BoothRae Ann Sauer works the library booth

    Attendees visit the SAR Genealogical Research Library Booth
  11. NSSAR Welcomes University Intern Ellen Bushong

  12. Doug Brown of Missouri Wins Tom & Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Award


  13. 2012 Poster Contest Winners

  14. SAR Ready to Begin Phase II on Center for Advancing America’s Heritage


    On July 6th, at the 122nd National Congress in Phoenix, Arizona, the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) membership voted unanimously to begin Phase II renovation for the Center for Advancing America's Heritage (CAAH) on Main Street’s Museum Row in Louisville, Kentucky

    view from the front
  15. 2012 NSSAR Americanism Committee Results


    The NSSAR Americanism Committee is pleased to publish the full results of the Allene Wilson Groves Americanism, Liberty Bell Americanism, President General's Streamer and President General's Cup contests for the 2011 year.  

    The winners were recognized at the 2012 Annual Congress in Phoenix.

    Please see the attached PDF below