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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

The 2013 Wreaths Across America Proclamation from President General Dooley

French Documentary Team Records NSSAR Naturalization Ceremony

                                                     

 

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.

 

NSSAR Hosts 3rd Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

                                                         

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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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

Veterans Recognition Committee

 

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.

 

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.
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