National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution

Explanation and Disclaimers

Sponsorship

  • This Web site is sponsored by the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR) for use by members of the NSSAR.

  • The purpose of this Web site is to provide a forum through which members of the SAR can inform other SAR members and the general public of the purposes and programs of the NSSAR.

  • The national office of the NSSAR may be contacted through
      Executive Director
      National Society, Sons of the American Revolution
      1000 South Fourth Street
      Louisville, Kentucky 40203

      Phone: (502)-589-1776, Email: execdir@sar.org)


Disclaimers

  • This Web site is not an official publication of the NSSAR.

  • The pages on this WEb site are not official statements of the NSSAR.

  • The material presented on any given page in this Web site is solely the work and responsibility of the Page Manager and others noted on that page.

  • The inclusion of a link to a page external to this Web site is not an endorsement or approval of the content or style of that page.

  • The inclusion of a reference to a vendor is not an endorsement or approval of the products or services of that vendor.

Labelling Various Categories of Links


    NSSAR site pages contain material of national interest and related to SAR programs. They have a URL which starts with http://www.sar.org/ and their links have a "starball" icon next to them. These pages are posted on a site under the control of the national SAR Web-site team. They should conform to the NSSAR Web site guidelines for format and tone.

    SAR state society pages and chapter pages generally contain material pertaining to the geographic area of the society or chapter. They have a URL which may or may not start with http://www.sar.org/ and their links have a "rosette" icon next to them. They are often on sites that are not under the control of the national SAR Web-site team, and they may or may not conform to the NSSAR Web site guidelines for format and tone.

    Government agency pages often have .gov as part of the URL and have an "amerflag" icon next to them. They are (obviously) not part of the NSSAR Web site.

    External nongovernmental pages have a URL which does NOT start with http://www.sar.org/ and links to these pages have an "Ext" icon next to them. They are not part of the NSSAR Web site and are not under the control of the national SAR Web-site team.


How You Can Help Us

Please send Email to the Page Manager if you discover that
  • a link to a non-SAR page no longer works (because the page has moved to a new URL or disappeared)

  • a page description of a non-SAR page no longer describes correctly what is on that non-SAR page (because the content or style has changed significantly)
so that the link or description can be corrected or deleted.

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