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PRESIDENT GENERAL’S 2009 THANKSGIVING MESSAGE




Greetings fellow compatriots.  The leaves in some parts of the country have turned to gold, rust and plum, while in other areas the trees are bare and snow is on the ground.  It is the time of the year when we think of turkey, pumpkin pie and football.  As we near Thanksgiving, Robin and I want to extend our best wishes that you and members of your family have a safe and happy holiday.

PRESIDENT GENERAL’S VETERANS DAY MESSAGE

 

PRESIDENT GENERAL’S VETERANS DAY MESSAGE

Nov. 10, 2009


As a Revolutionary War lineage society, one of our main purposes is to honor our patriot ancestors – our nation’s first veterans.  By tradition, we have honored veterans of all wars since.  Now, with military conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and tensions in Iran and North Korea, it is important that we honor our active duty military who are in harm’s way, as they are already veterans.

229th Anniversary of the Battle of Kings Mountain 2009

229th Anniversary of the Battle of Kings Mountain

SAR Patriot Grave Marking Ceremony - Colonel Frederick Hambright

 

235th Anniversary of the Battle of Point Pleasant

 

235th Anniversary of the Battle of Point Pleasant

Point Pleasant, WV - O

Merchandise Direct Christmas 2009 Flier

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10% off of regular prices on select items, good on orders received through December 1, for in-stock items only.

The 229th Anniversary of the Gathering at Sycamore Shoals

 

The 229th Anniversary of the Gathering at Sycamore Shoals

Elizabethton, TN – September 18 & 19, 2009

 

 

228th Anniversary of the Battle at Eutaw Springs

 

228th Anniversary of the Battle at Eutaw Springs

Eutawville, SC – September 5, 2009

 

This is the "Forgotten War", the battle that has for too long gone unheralded in the annals of American History.  Yet it was the bloodiest conflict of the Revolutionary War and marked the capture of one our most talented cavalry commanders, Lieutenant Colonel William Washington.  For years it has been rumored that the battlefield at Eutaw Springs had been covered by the