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The Induction of a Doolitte Raider and his grandsons

Col. Richard “Dick” Cole, one of the last four surviving Doolittle Raiders, and his grandsons, Elliot and Nathan Chal were inducted into the Simon Kenton Chapter, Kentucky Society on Wednesday, August 28th at the SAR Genealogical Research Library in Louisville, Kentucky.

Doolitte Painting from the Doolittle Raider's official website

Integrated Library Solution Live at SAR Genealogical Research Library

On June 21, 2013 a new cataloguing system went live at the SAR Genealogical Research Library in Louisville, Kentucky. The new library system, Integrated Library Solution, was purchased this spring by the SAR Library Committee. While the previous system was also provided by The Library Corporation (TLC) this new software is a major upgrade and will significantly benefit library patrons. Many libraries across the country currently use this software, including the DAR.

2013 National Reconciliation Template

Compatriots:

 

NSSAR Americanism Committee 2013 Score Sheet is now available

 

Updated 01 April 2013

The State Challenge Campaign

The State Challenge Campaign:

The State Challenge Campaign will recognize SAR State Societies who have reached the level of having 20% of their members donate to the SAR Foundation at an average level of $250 per society member. Those state societies that qualify will have their names imprinted on a plaque hung in the new headquarters building.

Artifact is Unearthed at Site of New Museum Construction

Black History Month at SAR Genealogical Research Library

 

 

Celebrate African-American History Month

with

The African-American Genealogy Group of Kentucky

&

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution

 

When:        Saturday, February 16, 2013

SAR Genealogical Research Library Receives Rare Book

 

 

The NSSAR is pleased to report that the SAR Genealogical Research Library has received an exciting new addition to its special collections.The gift, a book entitled Révolution de l’Amérique by M. l’Abbé Raynal, is a history of the American Revolution written entirely in French!

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

Veterans Recognition Committee

 

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