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  1. 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!

  2. 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
  3. Veterans Recognition Committee


  4. NSSAR Celebrates its National Volunteers


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

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


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



  7. Instructions: Americanism / President General's Streamer



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



  9. 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.


  10. Genealogy Seminar - Recruiting and Qualifying the Prospective Member

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

  11. 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
  12. NSSAR Welcomes University Intern Ellen Bushong

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


  14. 2012 Poster Contest Winners