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  1. NSSAR Hosts Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon At New Headquarters

  2. Who was the 3rd Signer?

    Who Was the 3rd Signer?


    William Whipple was born 14 Jan 1730 in Kittery, Maine (then part of Massachusetts) and later, moved to Portsmouth, New Hampshire where he married Catherine Moffatt in 1769.


  3. Full Results of 2013 Americanism & President General’s Streamer Contests

    The Americanism Committee is pleased to publish the final results for the 2013 Americanism and President General Streamer Contests. A record total of 111 of the 546 chapters submitted an entry while 14 of the 58 societies submitted entries. Of the 111 chapters, 55 qualified for consideration for the President General's Cup which recognizes the top overall chapters.

    Liberty Bell Americanism Contest

    (chapter level)

    Chapters of 1-49 members:

  4. NSSAR Collection Highlight: Brandywine Watch

  5. A NEW Membership Directory - Order yours today!

    The National Society has contracted with Harris Connect, LLC publishing to create a new membership directory. 

    Harris Connect has completed the verifying stage of the Membership Directory and is quickly moving in to the production stage.

    You still have time to order your copy or a copy to donate to a local library. Just call 1-800-877-6554 to place your order.

    The anticipated delivery date of the 125th Anniversary Membership Directory is January 2015.

  6. Sons of the American Revolution cuts ribbon on Museum Row headquarters

  7. New addition to Museum Row honors Revolutionary War era

  8. Museum of the American Revolution Request

    Enrich the Roots of Liberty

    In the years leading up to the American Revolution, a mature elm tree near the Boston Common became a gathering place for patriots, where they discussed American ideas of liberty and planned resistance to British tyranny. They called the elm the Liberty Tree. Soon, Liberty Trees were designated in towns throughout the colonies as powerful symbols and gathering places.

  9. Edward S. Barrett, President General 1897-98

    Edward S. Barrett
  10. SAR Genealogical Research Library Features Steamboat History with Belle of Louisville

  11. New Addition to the SAR Library

    New Addition to the SAR Library


    Genealogy Bible Treasures: A Digital Photo Preservation and Index of Pre-Depression Era Bible Records.


    This 903 page printed index contains 45,000 individual entries from 1,228 Tennessee area family Bibles.  Each of these entries is attached to a Bible identification number which may then be accessed on the accompanying DVD, allowing a view of the actual images of the Bible pages.  The index also provides an easy to follow “How to Use This Index” section.


  12. William Seward Webb-2nd President General

  13. Lucius P. Deming: Our First President General


    *Note- This is the first in a series of posts about the Presidents General of the NSSAR, brought to you by the NSSAR Archives.


  14. View the construction on Phase II of our Headquarters building with this series of videos.


    The construction phase has started and is progressing at a steady pace. It is projected to take 18 months from start to finish.  Below is a series of videos from the start of construction up through the most recent building events. Get some popcorn and your drink and sit back to enjoy each of the videos.

    There are more to come.  Stay tuned and watch the progress!  Have you donated?


    SAR Genealogical Research Library and soon to be SAR Headquarters
  15. July 4 Proclamation

    National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
    July 4, 2014
    See attached PDF below.